A quote from comedian George Carlin:
"I love individuals. I hate groups of people. I hate a group of people with a common purpose. 'Cause pretty soon they have little hats, you know, and arm bands, and fight songs. And a list of people they're going to visit at 3 a.m."
Rational Spiritism is an organization that works to change the world, but only via peaceful dissemination of the truth. We pledge not to take ourselves too seriously. We'll never have an enemies list or a fight song … although we do sort of like the hat idea.

No Belief

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Americans United for Separation of Church and State

Founded by a group of ministers and religious leaders, AU brings together people of all faiths or no religion to fight in the courts, legislatures, and the public square for freedom without favor and equality without exception.


Victor and Wendy Zammit

Not only did this retired lawyer write one of the very best books of evidence for the survival of consciousness after the death of the body, he and his psychologist wife continue to publish a weekly newsletter and produce a variety of global discussion groups.


Michael E. Tymn's Afterlife Blog

A world-renowned expert on life after death, Tymn's books include: No One Really Dies, The Articulate Dead, The Afterlife Revealed, and Transcending the Titanic, among others.


Planned Parenthood Federation of America

Planned Parenthood is a trusted health care provider, an informed educator, a passionate advocate, and a global partner. Planned Parenthood delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of people.


Society for Psychical Research

Members receive quarterly issues -- and have access to back issues -- of the scientific Journal, which has been published continuously since 1882, containing reports of new research, book reviews and correspondence. The quarterly Magazine carries less formal articles on a variety of topical subjects.


Freedom from Religion Foundation

Through litigation, education, and other persuasive advocacy, FFRF stops hundreds of state/church violations each year, such as prayers and proselytizing in public schools and events, public funding for religious purposes and religious symbols on public property.