Quarterly magazine dealing with psychical research and Spiritualism founded by William T. Stead and published in Britain from July 1893 until October 1897. Stead was assisted editorially by Ada Goodrich-Freer. The title was suggested by the famous Spiritualist J. J. Morse, and the magazine's stated aim was "seeking the scientific verification of the life and immortality which were brought to light nineteen hundred years ago."
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