Contrasts in Spirit Life; and Recent Experiences of Samuel Bowles, Late Editor of the Springfield (Mass.) Republican in the First Five Spheres. Also a Thrilling Account of the Late President Garfield's Reception in The Spirit World. Written Through the Hand of Carrie E.S. Twing

TitleContrasts in Spirit Life; and Recent Experiences of Samuel Bowles, Late Editor of the Springfield (Mass.) Republican in the First Five Spheres. Also a Thrilling Account of the Late President Garfield's Reception in The Spirit World. Written Through the Hand of Carrie E.S. Twing
Year for Search1881
AuthorsTwing, [Carolinn] Carrie E[dna] S[kinner](b. 1844)
Tertiary AuthorsTwing, Carrie E. S.
Date Published[1881]
PublisherStar Publishing Co
Place PublishedSpringfield, MA
KeywordsFemale author, US author
Annotation

Domestic heaven. The five spheres are the stages that the spirit goes through after death if it is capable of becoming more and more refined. There are separate heavens for Chinese and Negroes. The spirit world also contains hospitals for sick souls. See also 1880 Twing, 1898 Bowles and Twing, Samuel Bowles, Spirit and Mrs. Carolinn E[dna] S[kinner] Twing, Medium. Visiting in Heaven. Springfield, MA: Star Publishing Co., 1909, which consists primarily of Bowles’s interviews with other spirits, and is only very marginally utopian, and her Henry Drummond in Spirit Life. Springfield, MA: Star Publishing Co., [1902] (MoU-St).

Info Notes

Samuel Bowles (1826-78).

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Author Note

Female author (b. 1844).

Full Text

[1881] Twing, [Carolinn] Carrie E[dna] S[kinner] (b. 1844). Contrasts in Spirit Life; and Recent Experiences of Samuel Bowles, Late Editor of the Springfield (Mass.) Republican in the First Five Spheres. Also a Thrilling Account of the Late President Garfield’s Reception in The Spirit World. Written Through the Hand of Carrie E. S. Twing. Springfield, MA: Star Publishing Co. NN

Domestic heaven. The five spheres are the stages that the spirit goes through after death if it is capable of becoming more and more refined. There are separate heavens for Chinese and Negroes. The spirit world also contains hospitals for sick souls. See also 1880 Twing, 1898 Bowles and Twing, Samuel Bowles, Spirit and Mrs. Carolinn E[dna] S[kinner] Twing, Medium. Visiting in Heaven. Springfield, MA: Star Publishing Co., 1909, which consists primarily of Bowles’s interviews with other spirits, and is only very marginally utopian, and her Henry Drummond in Spirit Life. Springfield, MA: Star Publishing Co., [1902] (MoU-St). Female author.