The IAPSOP is a US-based non-profit organization focused on the digital preservation of Spiritualist and occult periodicals published between the Congress of Vienna and the start of the Second World War.
Our all-volunteer staff digitizes, indexes and makes available free-of-charge these periodicals, in our Archive, for use by students and researchers. Each periodical is curated by a staff member, accessible to students and researchers when they need assistance, or have questions.
We have a standing want list and will respond promptly to inquiries and offers from sellers.
We accept contributions of material and labor to further this work.
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|March 2014||The Spiritual Age, The Spiritual Eclectic, Spiritual Manifestations, The Magnet, The St. Louis Magnet, Nichols' Monthly, Lucifer, The Theosophist, The Path, The Oracle (Boston), Occultism (The Key of Nature), The Swastika, The Principle, The Kingdom of Heaven, The Instructive Light, The Agitator, The Age of Progress, American Rosae Crucis, The Temple, The Eastern Star, and The Direct Voice. In addition, the The Religio-Philosophical Journal has been re-indexed to improve searchability, and four more years have been added.|
|January 2014||The Spiritualist Newspaper, The Rosicrucian, Mind and Matter, Daybreak, The Medium and Daybreak, Human Nature, The Journal of Progress, The Spirit of the Age, The Herald of Light, The Spiritual Philosopher, The Univercoelum, and The Sacred Circle.|
|Fall 2013||The Spiritualist Newspaper, Spiritual Notes, a complete run of the Zoist, more volumes of the Religio-Philosophical Journal, Buchanan's Journal of Man (First and Second Series) and Mind and Matter.|
|March 2013||Added a complete run of The Yorkshire Spiritual Telegraph, completing a cluster with The British Spiritual Telegraph and The Spiritual Herald.|
Also:The Seer and Celestial Reformer, The Occultist (Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor) and The Occult Magazine, (Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor).
The Spiritual Herald, the first London-based Spiritualist magazine.
In related project areas, John Buescher's spirithistory.com has been incorporated into IAPSOP, and is (permanently) available at http://spirithistory.iapsop.com/, and IAPSOP's Standard Spiritualist and Occult Corpus (SSOC) -- at present, more than 2200 machine-readable electronic texts, in English, covering Spiritualism, occultism and allied parasciences, from the 1790s to the 1940s -- is available in beta form for testing and use.
|February 2013||Added The Esoteric, The Occult and Biological Journal, The Bible Review, and some issues of The Christian Esoteric, the first 15 years of both the Journal and the Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research, and 11 issues of Francis Rolt-Wheeler's The Seer.|
|January 2013||Added Banner of Light to 1894, some issues of The Carrier Dove, about a decade of The Truthseeker, the first 8 volumes of The Annals of Psychical Science and six years of Light.|
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