Wallace sent his theory to Darwin and when Darwin gave his presentation to the Linnaen Society in London during 1858, he also presented Wallace's parallel theory, from which came "the survival of the fittest." "I was so thorough and confirmed a ...
materialist that I could not at that time find a place in my mind for the conception of spiritual existence, or for any agencies in the universe than matter and force," he writes in the preface. But Wallace came to believe in the reality of spirit communication and became an ardent Spiritualist. Many mainstream scientists of the day scoffed,sneered, and snickered, but Wallace remained steadfast in his beliefs. He gathers together the best evidence of the 19th Century and the testimony of esteemed scholars and scientists of that era who also investigated mediumship and spirit phenomena. This book is often referred to but until now has not been made available to the general public. The publishers are pleased to make available this rare book which fills in a lot of important data which explains the views of the co-discoverer of evolution.
Number of pages: 292
Date of publication: 01/12/2008
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