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                                                                                                  ALLAN KARDEC


The Sheffield Spiritist Group is dedicated to the study of the Spiritist Codification as contained in the works of Allan Kardec.

SSG is affiliated to BUSS

British Union of Spiritist Societies - Registered Charity Number 1136512 



The BRITISH UNION OF SPIRITIST SOCIETIES is a Registered Charity number: 1136512 established in 1994.

The objects of BUSS are:

To promote the advancement and dissemination of the religion and the religious philosophy of Spiritism according to Allan Kardec’s Spiritist Codification.

Planning and implementing activities with the aim to integrate and unify the Spiritist societies in the UK.

Promoting charity actions and doing all such other things incidental to the attainment of said objects.

BUSS acts as an umbrella organisation for 13 Spiritist Centres in the UK. It organises seminars, conferences, training courses, gatherings and artistic performances and maintains a website to disseminate Spiritism and unite Spiritist Groups.




What it is
•  “Spiritism is a science which deals with the nature, origin and destiny of Spirits, as well as their relationship with the corporeal world.”
•   It is the set of  principles, as revealed by the Superior Spirits, contained in  Allan Kardec’s works, which constitute the Spiritist Fundamentals: The Spirits’ Book, The Mediums’ Book, The Gospel  Explained by Spiritism, Heaven and Hell, and The Genesis.     Allan Kardec (Taken from Qu’est-ce que le Spiritisme? - Préambule) Translated from the original French

What it reveals?
•   It reveals more profound concepts with respect to God, the Universe, the Human Being, the Spirits and the Laws which govern life itself.
•   Furthermore, it reveals who we are; where we have come from; where we are going to; what  is the objective of our existence; and what  are the present and past causes of pain and suffering.

What it encompasses
•  Spiritism contributes to all areas of knowledge, human activities and behaviour, offering new perspectives for humankind.
•  Spiritism is studied, analyzed, and practiced in all the fundamental aspects of life, such as scientific, philosophical, religious, ethical, moral, educational, and social.

Its main principles are:
•   God is the Supreme Intelligence, first cause of all things. God is eternal, immutable, immaterial, unique, omnipotent, supremely  just and good.
•  The Universe is God’s creation. It encompasses all rational and non-rational beings, both animate and inanimate, material and immaterial.
•   In addition to the corporeal world inhabited by incarnate Spirits, which are human beings, there exists the spiritual world, inhabited by discarnate Spirits.
•   There are other inhabited worlds in the Universe, with beings at different degrees of evolution: some less, some egual, and others more evolved than men on Earth (us).
•   All the Laws of Nature are Divine Laws because God is their author. They cover both the physical and moral laws.
•   A Human Being is a Spirit incarnated in a material body.
•   What connects the physical body to the Spirit is a semi-material body named perispirit.
•  Spirits are the intelligent beings of creation. They constitute the world of the Spirits, which pre-exists and outlives everything.
•   Spirits are created simple and ignorant. They evolve intellectually and morally, passing from a lower order to a higher one, until they attain perfection, when they will enjoy unalterable bliss.
•   Spirits preserve their individuality before, during, and after each incarnation.
•   Spirits reincarnate as many times as is necessary for their spiritual advancement.
•   Spirits are always progressing. In their multiple physical existences, they may sometimes become stationary but they never regress. The speed of their intellectual and moral progress depends on the efforts they make to attain perfection.
•   Spirits belong to different orders according to the degree of perfection they have attained: Pure Spirits, who have attained maximum perfection; Good Spirits, whose predominant desire is towards goodness; and Imperfect Spirits, characterized by their ignorance, their tendency towards evil, and by their inferior passions.
•   The Spirits’ relations with Human Beings are constant and have always existed. The Good Spirits attract us towards goodness, sustain us in life’s trials, and help us bear them with courage and resignation. The Imperfect Spirits induce us towards error.
•   Jesus is the Guide and Model for all Humankind. The Doctrine He taught and exemplified is the purest expression of God’s Law.
•   The morality of Christ, as contained in the Gospels, is the guide for the secure progress of all Human Beings. Its practice is the solution for all human problems and the objective to be attained by Humankind.
•   Human Beings are given free-will to act, but they must answer for the consequences of their actions.
•   Future life reserves for Human Beings penalties and pleasures according to the respect they do or do not show for God’s laws.
•   Prayer is an act of adoration for God. It is found in the natural law and is the result of an innate sentiment in every Human Being, just as the idea of the existence of the Creator is innate.
•   Prayer makes Human Beings better. Whoever prays with confidence grows stronger against evil temptations, and God sends the Good Spirits to assist them. This assistance will never be denied when requested with sincerity.


•   All Spiritist practice is gratuitous, following the orientation of the moral principle found in the Gospel: “Give for free what you receive for free.”
•   Spiritism is practiced with simplicity, without any external forms of worship, within the  principle that God should be worshipped in spirit and in truth.
•   Spiritism has no clergy, nor does it adopt or use at any of its meetings or during its practices the following: altars, images, candles, processions, sacraments, concession of indulgences, religious vestments, alcoholic or hallucinogenic beverages, incense, tobacco, talismans, amulets, horoscopes, cartomancy, pyramids, crystals, or any other objects, rituals or external forms of worship.
•   Spiritism does not impose its principles. It invites those interested in knowing it to submit its teachings to the test of reason before accepting them.
•   Mediumship, which allows the Spirits to communicate with Human Beings, is a faculty which many individuals bring with them at birth, independently of the religion or belief that they may come to adopt.
•   Spiritist mediumship practice is solely that which is practiced based on the principles of the Spiritist Thought and within Jesus’ examples.•   Spiritism respects all religions and doctrines; values all efforts towards the practice of goodness; works towards peace and fellowship between all nations and all peoples, regardless of race, colour, nationality, creed, cultural or social standing. It also recognizes that “the truly good person is one who complies with the laws of justice, love, and charity in their highest degree of purity.”  (The Gospel According to Spiritism – chapter 17 – item 3) 

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