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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 20

True Position of Spiritualism, Natural and Universal

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True Position of Spiritualism, Natural and Universal.

Our spiritual philosophy being natural and universal, which cannot be said of any of the religions of mankind, it must necessarily follow that spiritualism is greater than them all, for, according to their spirituality, which ought to be the one essential element of their being (in fact the only thing that entitles them to be called religions) they must all be comprehended within its scope, reduced to the position of so many servants or witnesses, all bearing a testimony, more or less clear, according to their light, in favor of Spiritualism, the universal tree of the great Father's planting, with its roots in the earth and its branches shooting up into the heavens.