List Of Modern Channelled Texts
In spirituality, channelling (British English) or channeling (American English) is the belief that communication of information occurs by or through a person (the channel or medium), from a deity, spirit or other paranormal entity outside the mind (or self) of the channel. Channeling is also part of the belief systems of some religions, such as Candomblé, Voodoo, Kardecism, and Umbanda. This list contains notable channelled texts published first in the 19th, 20th, and 21st century. The criterion for inclusion is that the text has been published, or is available online for public viewing.
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