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In fact, Lily Dale was so named because it sits on Cassadaga Lake, which is overflowing with water lilies.
It was toward the end of the 1800s that Lily Dale became a center for this open-minded Spiritualist movement and over the next few decades development was made that included hotels, amphitheaters, auditoriums and housing.
Psychic residences welcome visitors into their home for personal, professional readings.
Its resident population is low, estimated to be fewer than 300 people in off season.
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But each year, it is estimated that over 20,000 visitors come to Lily Dale to participate in classes, demonstrations and otherwise experience the open-minded Spiritualist community.
Despite the close connection to the original feminist movement, men are just as welcome within the Spiritualist Church.Their renown as spiritual mediums was further widened when they were brought to New York as part of a stage act of entertainer PT Barnum.When their house was moved to Lily Dale in the early 1920s, Lily Dale was cemented as a center for the Spiritualist community and a destination for those looking to benefit from the Spiritualist movement.Lily Dale strengthened its reputation as a center for the Spiritualist community in the early 1920s, when the home of the modern movement’s founders, Kate and Margaret Fox, was moved to town.
In the 1840s, the Fox sisters of Hydesville, NY had gained fame when it was reported that they were able to communicate with the dead.Most notable in Lily Dale is the open-minded freedom from judgment about religion or personal spiritual beliefs. Resident mediums, psychics and spiritualists do not preach to anyone but are willing to answer any questions about their own personal beliefs and spiritualism.