Independent Spiritualist Association
of the United States of America

DIVINE WINGS SPEAKERS AND EVENTS

"Come For A Spiritual Experience."
"Religion is believing in someone else's experience.
Spirituality is having your own experience."

Deepak Chopra



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DIVINE WINGS FELLOWSHIP

SPEAKERS & EVENTS
SUNDAY: Healing and Worship 10:30AM

Here you will find information about
Speakers, Events, Services and all activities at
Divine Wings Spiritualist Fellowship in Jackson, MI


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SINCE OCTOBER, 2015

 NOTE OUR NEW LOCATION 
 7446 Cain Road, Jackson, MI 49201
 


JUNE 18, 10:30AM

SUNDAY SERVICE
Carl & Patti Hulse
from Wales, U.K.
GUEST SPEAKERS
&
GUEST MEDIUMS 
 

Divine Wings
Spiritual & Psychic Festival


JUNE 17th
11AM - 4PM

SPECIAL GUEST MEDIUMS
CARL & PATTI HULSE
from Wales, U.K.

For more information call
734-926-8570

MAP DIRECTIONS


 
DEFINITIONS

SPIRITUALISM is the Science, Philosophy and Religion of continuous life, based
upon the demonstrated fact of communication between this and the Spirit World.

A
SPIRITUALIST is one who believes as a part of his or her religion, in the communication between this
and the Spirit World, by means of mediumship, and who endeavors to mold his or her character and
conduct in accordance with the highest teachings derived from such communication and lives it.


A MEDIUM is one whose organism is sensitive to vibrations from the Spirit World, and through
whose instrumentality, intelligences in that world are able to convey messages and produce
the phenomena of Spiritualism.


* "Silver Tea"
 is a tradition going back to Victorian times and is a term 
used by Spiritualists for a time for Spiritual Readings or Messages.
 

** "Lyceum" is a term used by Spiritualists for a time 
of education especially for children or young people.

From Wikipedia:  "Lyceum" is a Latin rendering of the Ancient Greek Λύκειον ("Lykeion"), 
the name of a gymnasium in Classical Athens dedicated to Apollo Lyceus. This original Lyceum 
is remembered as the location of the peripatetic school of Aristotle. Some countries derive the name 
for their modern schools from the Latin but use the Greek name for the ancient school: for example, 
Dutch has "Lykeion" (ancient) and "Lyceum" (modern), both rendered "lyceum" in English.












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