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Periodical: Aurora

Summary:  From Pat Deveney's database:

Rivista Bimestrale Fiorentina di Spiritismo, Psicologia, Frenologia e Morale Filosofia.
1870-1883? Semimonthly
Florence, Italy. Language: Italian. Editor: Girolamo Parisi, editor and publisher.
1/1, 1870.

Noted in the Banner of Light, January 21, 1871, as a new journal, in the 1871 Year-Book of Spiritualism, and in Reformirende Blatter, February 1883. The journal carried mediumistic communications received through a Count Maggiani and "L.M.,", and the usual Kardecist articles on reincarnation, spiritism, the nature of the soul, etc., but also carried excerpts from Joseph de Maistre and articles on Plotinus and spiritualism. Girolamo Parisi, the editor, authored anonymously Two Appeals to the Leaders of Spiritualism in England and America by a Disciple of Allan Kardec (1871), which was devoted to a criticism of Emma Hardinge’s views on reincarnation and Kardecism generally.

Issues:Aurora 1870

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