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Periodical: Fraterniste

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Fraterniste, Le.
Organe de l'Institut Generale Psychosique (phenomenes et resultats medianimiques) / Revue generale de psychosie / Le plus grand journal Française de spiritualisme et de defense immaterialiste / Psychologie, Occultisme, Pacifisme, Feminisme / Journal Spiritualiste Mensuel.
Socialisme Altruisme
Other titles: Le Petite Fraterniste
1910—1939 Weekly, semimonthly, monthly
Sin-le-Noble, then Douai, France. Language: French. Publisher: Editions Leymarie. Editor: Jean Beziat; Dr. Paul Pillault; M. Lormier. Succeeded by: Le Petit Fraterniste Corporate author: Institut General Psychosique
1/1, December 1910-1939. 6-7 francs, 8 pp.

This was the socialist journal of a brotherhood that sought to transform the world through the teachings of psychics like Dr. H. Baraduc, a former associate of Charcot and a famous occultist, who favored curing by projection of good thoughts, and through the healing ideas of the "Thaumaturge" Paul Pillault. These teachings brought the condemnation not only of spiritualists like Gabriel Delanne but of philosophers like Rene Guenon. It was replaced by Le Petit Fraterniste in 1922 and reassumed the old title in 1923. Noted in Psychische Studien and Voile d'Isis in 1911 and in Mysteria 1913. NYPL; BNF (256 issues in Gallica).

Issues:Fraterniste N1 Dec 1910
Fraterniste N560-562 May 1939

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