Después de la muerte por Léon Denis, 1906.
(About 3 minutes.) This video is in Spanish but if your Spanish
is rusty, no worries, you'll get the idea of the importance of
this book if you know that Francisco I. Madero was the leader
of Mexico's 1910 Revolution and President of Mexico 1911-1913
and, of course, the author of Manual espírita or,
Spiritist Manual. The voiceover, by my godson the actor
Fernando Cattori, is a reading of the inscription dated 1915
in Denis' book.
C.M. Mayo Talks
About Metaphysical Odyssey into the Mexican Revolution and
Four Exceedingly Rare Books
Jeffrey Mishlove interviews C.M. Mayo about her book, Metaphysical
Odyssey into the Mexican Revolution: Francisco I. Madero and
His Secret Book, Spiritist Manual for "New Thinking
Francisco I. Madero
A one minute Mexican government video which gives a very basic
idea of the official version of Madero's importance in Mexico.
Roopa Pai Decodes the Bhagavad
Gita (TEDx Talk)
The Hindu holy book known as the
Bhagavad Gita was a crucial influence on Madero's philosophy.
In this TED Talk Roopa Pai gives an excellent basic introduction
to this classic text that predates organized religion.
was Allan Kardec?
Allan Kardec was the founder of Spiritism, author of several
books and a magazine which inspired Francisco I. Madero to become
an ardent Spiritist. In this brief video, a contemporary Spiritist
provides a brief and straightforward explanation in English.
Annie Besant: An Unlikely Rebel Part
3. About the English feminist and freethinker-turned Theosophist,
the leading protogé of Helena P. Blavatsky and, later,
adoptive mother of Kirshnamurti.
La revolución espírita A splendid and expertly narrated film
featuring historians Manuel Guerra de Luna, Alejandro Rosas,
and Manuel Villalpando. Directed by Alejandro Fernandez Solsona;
Screenplay by Manuel Guerra de Luna. In Spanish.