Im aware of all that . Ive posted several times in the past about the "Wallace line". However,the "birth pains" of his spiritualism is quite easily read in his early papers. His belief was that evolution (not his term eiother) continued to "perfection".
Your statement that Darwin Stole his theory from wallace is incorrect as Darwin's abstract and structure was avaiabe for more than 10 years before his publication and segments of his work were actually available as entire volummes for years prior.
He always called these works "Volumes that noone will read". Between 1842 and 1854 he produced Works , like the "Journals of Research into Geology and Natural History of the Countries Visited by H M S Beagle" "The Structure and Distribution of Coral Reefs", "Geological Observationsof Volcanic Islands visited During the Voyages of the BEagle", "Geological Observations of South America""A Monograph on Subclass Cirripedia" "A Monograph on Fossil Lepadidae of Great Britain"
( The Beagle volumes were- geology and paleo volume dressed as travelogues, and his works on copepods andcirrepedes, incidental abstracts and submissions prove without doubt that Darwin didnt just sit there at Down House and wait for 1859 .
BTW Darwin (and Wallace) scholars seem to agree that Wallace had a copy of Darwins copepod work and the "Voyage" . If you read "Voyage" you will see how DArwins idea of transmutation was born and how his collection of notebooks got started and developed. I know that Its been popularized that Wallace was the nucleus of Darwins ideas and thats just incorrect. DArwin was well on the way to being done well before Wallace submitted his little monograph .