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Although I'm endlessly fascinated by the parallels between near death experiences and the holographic universe, I found Dr. Oswald Harding's book a difficult read. It was like he just put a cover on his PhD dissertation and had it published as a book. Numerous times I had to ask my wife what was the meaning of a lot of the words he used. I was also dissapointed because I thought he was going to give examples of near death experiences and then show how they paralleled and corroborated what Michael Talbot said in his book about the holographic universe. I've read Talbot's book twice, and have read probably at least 30 or so books about near death experiences and death bed visions. I guess the main thing I have to say about Harding's book is it's a difficult read, and it's not that entertaining. I'm really sorry, but I didn't find it all that enlightening either. He used words that only PhD's know the meaning of. - Art
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