Who Was Allan Kardec?

Allan Kardec was the pen name of renowned French educator Hippolyte Rivail, who codified Spiritism after studying a series of seemingly unexplained phenomena taking place in Paris during the 1850s.

Since then, Spiritism has grown into a global movement bridging science, philosophy, and religion into a new way of looking at life, the afterlife, and the world around us – both visible and invisible.

The Start of Spiritism

Kardec’s publications have sparked a growing global movement that has been transforming millions of lives throughout the world for more than 150 years.

The 5 Basic Books

Learn more about the 5 basic books of the Spiritist “Codification”: The Spirits’ Book, The Mediums’ Book, The Gospel as Explained by Spiritism, Heaven and Hell, and The Genesis.

Who Was Allan Kardec?

Allan Kardec was the pen name of Hippolite Leon Denizard de Rival, a Lyon born French educator who compiled Spiritism.

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