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The Most Compelling Scientific Evidence for Life Beyond Death Ever Compiled
Evidence of the Afterlife shares the firsthand accounts of people who have died and lived to tell about it. Through their work at the Near Death Experience Research Foundation, radiation oncologist Jeffrey Long and his wife, Jody, have gathered thousands of accounts of near-death experiences (NDEs) from all over the world. In addition to sharing the personal narrative of their experiences, visitors to the website are asked to fill out a one hundred–item questionnaire designed to isolate specific elements of the experience and to flag counterfeit accounts.
The website has become the largest NDE research database in the world, containing over 1,600 NDE accounts. The people whose stories are captured in the database span all age groups, races, and religious affiliations and come from all over the world, yet the similarities in their stories are as awe-inspiring as they are revealing. Using this treasure trove of data, Dr. Long explains how medical evidence fails to explain these reports and why there is only one plausible explanation—that people have survived death and traveled to another dimension.
This is a great book whether you are a beginner to the subject or a seasoned researcher. It addresses the topic of the afterlife in a scientific manner. It is very clear that Dr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tom Wilson
This book summarizes nine different lines of evidence that independently prove the reality and existence of NDEs. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Leon J. Page
Having read "Near-Death Experiences" since the 70s, watched hundreds of YouTube videos of NDEs more recently, seen Dr Jeffrey Long being interviewed on ABC and other... Read morePublished 2 months ago by B. C. Goode
I'm actually surprised by some of the poor reviews. This book was a terrific read, and offers very compelling statistics and evidence. It has both anecdotal, and veridical data. Read morePublished 2 months ago by James Ganann
Interesting but too clinical, tedious and redundant for my taste.Published 3 months ago by Charlotte