|Date of Birth||October 3, 1804|
|Place of Birth||France|
Allan Kardec was born on October 3, 1804 in France. He died on Mar 31, 1869 (age 64). An educator and novelist from France, he is best known for his work in systematising the spiritual practise and belief system of spiritism. His writings on the subject have been collected in several books, such as “The Book on Mediums,” “The Spirits’ Book,” and “The Gospel According to Spiritism.”
He was employed as a teacher of physics, mathematics, astronomy, chemistry, and anatomy in Paris, which is located in France. His real name was Hippolyte Leon Denizard Rivail, but he used the pen name Allan Kardec when he was publishing his works. In the year 1832, following his marriage to Amelie Gabrielle Boudet, he made the transition from Catholicism to Spiritism.
Allan Kardec was a French educator and philosopher who is best known for his work in the field of Spiritism. Kardec’s work on Spiritism was influential in the development of the movement in the 19th century. He wrote a number of books on the subject, including The Spirits’ Book, The Medium’s Book, and The Gospel of Spiritism.