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Within the reincarnation framework, bodily life is an episode in the larger career of the individual soul, and death is not a unique event in our progress. ‘It is part of a continually recurring rhythm of nature, marking a crisis in the history of the individual.’ It is the ‘moment when the self assumes a new set of conditions. ~ David Lorimer

Survival? Death as a Transition by David Lorimer
Are you, your consciousness and memories extinguished at death? Or is there evidence indicating survival in a new dimension of life? In this searching study David Lorimer examines the development of speculations on the nature of life and death from indigenous tribes to modern neuroscientists and philosophers. He invites you to reconsider your ideas on death by presenting many intriguing case histories of psychic experiences that have too much in common to be dismissed as ‘mere coincidences’: apparitions, out-of-body experiences (OBEs), near-death experiences (NDEs) and ‘post-mortem’ accounts of what it is like to die. Read more...
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  Capital punishment is considered a crime in the afterlife by Pierre-Emile Cornillier
Reine comes in at two o’clock,—in better health, more buoyant. We set about the irksome task of the table, persisting during a good long hour, with no other result than crackings, violent movements,, and some vague glimmers of phosphorescence on our hands, or on the centre of the table.
The book and newspaper tests   Book and newspaper tests
Of all the evidence gathered supporting communication with spirits, book and newspapers tests rank near the very top, says Michael Tymn.
  An Afterlife Meeting in the Super Human World
The Other World is a vision of the afterlife transmitted from Albert Pauchard, shortly after he passed away in 1934. Pauchard was the president of the Geneva Society for Psychic Studies and it seems his passion for psychical research continued after his death. In the vein of Elsa Barker’s Letters From a Living Dead Man and Wellesley Tudor Pole’s Private Dowding, Pauchard relays his experiences in the manner of a travel writer reporting back from some far-flung land. Here he describes his experience in the 'Super Human world' where he meets a divine green entity.
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Asking God to take a back seat by Michael Tymn: According to a recent report by the Pew Research Center, more Americans say it’s not necessary to believe in God to be moral. It goes on to explain that 56 percent of U.S. adults have this belief, up from… Read more
Stephen the Martyr on “The Sheep and the Goats” and the Afterlife by Michael Cocks: Michael: My questions relate to Trust [in life, in God]. As a matter of fact I think I am trusting more than I used to. I am less worried and am happier. But I am concerned about the theme going through… Read more
To levitate or to be levitated?  That is the question. by Michael Tymn: For those who accept the overwhelming evidence that levitations of humans and objects have taken place on numerous occasions, the question is whether the levitations are triggered by some unknown power… Read more
Has President John F. Kennedy reincarnated, or not? by White Crow: On July 4, 1971 the Gadsden Times based in Gadsden, Alabama, reported a story titled “Has JFK reincarnated?” Read more
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