Kardecism

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Kardec +‎ -ism

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Kardecism (uncountable)

  1. A type of spiritualism (defined broadly as the belief that the dead communicate with the living, especially through a medium) whose followers believe in Allan Kardec's Spiritist Codification, a series of five books containing moral and other teachings.

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