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The wise man, as I say, will demand to know as much as possible about his future state. If he believes that he will be snuffed out like a candle, he should believe it because he has carefully examined and deliberately rejected the alternatives, and not because it is the most comfortable thing for a selfish materialist to believe.

If and when he accepts the overwhelming evidence that conscious personal existence does continue beyond the grave, he will wish to treat his continuing life as a whole, and modify in thought, word and deed the natural and instinctive expression of his personality so as to accord with a long-term policy, instead of thinking only of the little period which he spends on earth. This is my definition of Religion, and indeed Religion in its widest sense is desperately needed today.
Lord Dowding, Gods Magic

Psychology and the Near-Death Experience: Searching for God by Roy L. Hill
Psychology and the Near-Death Experience
Near-death experiences tantalize the public’s interest in what lies beyond the final human breath. Answers have been streaming by the thousands during the last few decades from people who have had them. However, grand designs can only be splendidly revealed by connecting thousands of NDE accounts like a jigsaw puzzle. Read more...
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veil   Communicators from the afterlife explain the spheres of existence to Rev. George Vale Owen
In volume 1 of "Life Beyond the Veil," and being named Astriel communicating from the afterlife explains about the spheres people who have physically died find themselves in.
purgatory   Churches in Hell
In this chapter, one of the main communicators known as the "officer" talks about after physically dying, he finds himself in the illusory vibrational state we call hell, or the lower astral plane. This communication came via J.S.M. Ward in 1914 at the beginning of World War I. Here, the Officer and his accomplice come across a church, where they strike up a conversation with a deceased vicar.
  The Divine Plan by Silver Birch
YOU do not see the results of a plan because you look at these things with the eyes of matter. You judge progress in relation to your own short span of life, but we see progress because we look at things from another plane. We see the spread of knowledge, a greater understanding of spiritual things, a rise of tolerance, an increase of goodwill, a breaking down of barriers of ignorance and superstition and fear and spiritual slavery. It is not as if there were to be a sudden revolution. That could never happen, because all spiritual growth must be slow and progressive.
 
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Outer world – Inner world – Can physics clarify? by Michael Cocks: If psychic phenomena, synchronicity and communications from the dead are real, then this physical world known by our senses, must be produced by a timeless realm of mind and consciousness. When in physics… Read more
An Interview with Dr. Erlendur Haraldsson by Michael Tymn: It seems safe to say that there are very few people living today with more experience and knowledge in psychical research and parapsychology than Dr. Erlendur Haraldsson, (below) an 83-year-old resident… Read more
Just Wondering (about death)! by Michael Tymn: While recently accompanying a granddaughter around the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, so much of which sets forth biological evolution as fact, I wondered if fundamentalist Christians – at least… Read more
However could that have happened? The Outer and Inner Egos. by Michael Cocks: Recently I wondered how it was possible for me to read about the physicist David Bohm for the first time, say to myself how important it would be for me to study him carefully, go to the mailbox and then… Read more
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