From Pat Deveney's database:
Paix Universelle, La.
The numbering continued that of L'Union Occulte Francaise, but this journal, as the editor announced in its first issue, radically changed its direction away from "occultism" and toward the more traditional interest in spiritualism/spiritism. The change did not last. L'Initiation for May 1892 notes an article in the journal by L.-E. Fabre des Essarts on Auguste Comte, and L'Isis Moderne for 1897 notes the collaboration of Ernest Bosc. The journal ran regular contributions by Flammarion, Leon Denis, A. Jhouney (Jounet), Marc Haven, Albert de Rochas, Charles Fauvety, Eliphas Levy, Le Clement de Saint-Marcq et al., and many occult authors more prominent in Lyon than nationally. Papus, in his "Presses neo-spiritualistes," 1896, says that it is an "eclectic" journal of occultism, spiritism and magnetism. BNF; BM Lyon; Munchen UB; LOC.
|Issues:||Paix Universelle V2 1891|
|Paix Universelle V3 1892|
|Paix Universelle V4 1893|
|Paix Universelle V5 1894|
|Paix Universelle V6 1896 Partial|
|Paix Universelle V7 1897 Partial|
|Paix Universelle V8 1898 Partial|
|Paix Universelle V9 1899 Partial|
|Paix Universelle V10 1900|
|Paix Universelle V11 1901 Partial|
|Paix Universelle V12 1902|
|Paix Universelle V13 1903|
|Paix Universelle V14 1904|
|Paix Universelle V15 1905|
|Paix Universelle V16 1906|
|Paix Universelle V17 1907|
|Paix Universelle V18 1908|
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