Spiritualism -- History -- Sources. : [The history of magic scrapbooks from the Houdini collection, with related material from the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center] [electronic resource], 1874-1926 1890-1926.
Spiritualism -- Humor. : Bunkum entertainments [electronic resource] : being a collection of original laughable skits on conjuring, physiognomy, juggling, performing fleas, waxworks, panorama, phrenology, phonograph, second sight, lightning calculators, ventriloquism, spiritualism, etc. ; to which are added humorous sketches, whimsical recitals and drawing-room comedies / by Robert Ganthony.
Spiritualism -- Mexico. : A sketch of the history of the Davenport boys [electronic resource] : , their mediumship, journeyings, and the manifestations and tests given in their presence by the spirits : a full account of the arrest and trials of L.P. Rand and the Davenport mediums, at Mexico, and at Ph, their incarceration, and the deliverance of L.P. Rand from the prison by the angels, their declaration of the fact, and affidavit to the same, duly made and presented : with an appendix / by Luke P. Rand.
Spiritualism -- New York (State) -- New York. : Speaking with the dead : development of Afro-Latin religion among Puerto Ricans in the United States : a study into the interpenetration of civilizations in the New World / by Andrés Isidoro Pérez y Mena.
Spiritualism -- Soviet Union -- History. : Razoblachenī︠i︡a : istorī︠i︡a Medīumicheskoĭ kommisīĭ [sic] Fizicheskago obshchestva pri S.-Peterburgskom universitet︠i︡e s prilozhenīem vs︠i︡ekh protokolov i prochikh dokumentov / A. Aksakova.
Spiritualistic Interpretations Jesus Christ Early Works To 1800 : The precedency and pre-eminency of Christ as God-Man, [electronic resource] : in all the Purposes, or Ways and Works of God, asserted; And plainly proved from express Scripture, and Arguments deduced thence by evident Consequence. Wherein is consider'd, That all Created Beings are by and for him as God-Man, and are all subjected to Him, as their Lord and Sovereign: As also the Predestination of Elect Angels to be Companions with him in Glory; and the Peculiarity of the Relation between Christ and Elect Man, whose Nature, in an especial Manner, he assum'd: And the Glory, Blessings, Privileges and Felicity which they were predestinated unto, upon the Foot of their Relation to him. With a brief View of the Fall of Angels and Men, as resulting from the Will of God, as well as from the Mutability of the Creature, in a Subserviency to the Manifestation of Divine Glory. By T. G.