|Periodical:||Annali dello Spiritismo in Italia|
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Annali dello Spiritismo in Italia, Gli.
First major Italian spiritualist journal, and one which from the beginning placed itself firmly under the aegis of the spiritism of Allan Kardec. See "Notices bibliographiques," Revue Spirite 7/3 (March 1864), 94. As the journal progressed, it was careful to say that its pages were freely available to spiritualists of all beliefs, and the journal came increasingly to include articles on articles on reincarnation generally, the Count of Saint-Germain, free thought, the power of suggestion, etc. It featured a Cronaca of current events (the Fox Sisters' confessions of fraud, the Summerland colony in California, etc.), and widely borrowed excerpts from the leading European, British and American journals. Contributions by Carl du Prel, Jose Amigo y Pellicer, at others. Filalete (Vincenzo Scarpa) was a high-school teacher (tutor of the king's son), prominent Freemason and the one-time secretary of Cavour. He was also a medium himself and mediated the spirits of a variety of Italian notables. LOC; Harvard; Brown University; ; Biblioteca Universitaria di Bologna; Biblioteca. Universita Cattolica del S. Cuore; Biblioteca di Studi Umanistici. Sezione di Antropologia; Biblioteca della Pontificia Universita Salesiana.
|Issues:||Annali Dello Spiritismo In Italia v20 1882|
|Annali Dello Spiritismo In Italia V21 1884|
|Annali Dello Spiritismo In Italia V22 1885|
|Annali Dello Spiritismo In Italia V26 1889|
|Annali Dello Spiritismo In Italia V27 1890|
|Annali Dello Spiritismo In Italia V28 1891|
|Annali Dello Spiritismo In Italia V29 1892|
|Annali Dello Spiritismo In Italia V30 1893|
|Annali Dello Spiritismo In Italia V35 1898|
|Annali Dello Spiritismo In Italia V36 1894|