Harriet Beecher Stowe, (1811-1896), American Author, Abolitionist
Supernormal powers do not always connote formal mediumship or spectacular displays. Harriet Beecher Stowe once remarked that Uncle Tom's Cabin was "given to her–it passed in vision before her. She had to tell it as it came, and suffered in so doing." She had also attested to her belief in spiritual forces. She wrote, "One of the deepest and most imperative cravings of the human heart, as it follows its beloved ones beyond the veil, is for some assurance that they still love and care for us. They have overcome, have risen, are crowned, glorified; but still they remain to us, our assistants, our comforters, and in every hour of darkness their voice speaks to us."
~Excerpt from my book, "How Thin the Veil! 150 Years of Spiritualism."
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