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The Death Experience: What it is like when you die [Kindle Edition]

Alan Hugenot
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Book Description

This book describes what you will experience as you die. Giving details of the death process and your journey into the afterlife based on the author's own Near-Death experience where he died, went out-of-body into the afterlife, and returned to a second life in the same body. His experiences are collated with the Tibetan Book of the Dead; the Egyptian Book of the Dead; and current research on the Near Death-experience by the International Association for Near Death Studies (IANDS); Dr. Ian Stevensens's research on Children who Remember Past Lives at the University of Virginia; and studies of After-Death Communication at the University of Arizona. Giving the current science on consciousness survival while explaining quantum mathematics and the afterlife postulated to exist in dark energy located in alternative dimensions.

Alan Hugenot graduated from college with an engineering degree after being trained to view the world through the perspective of Newtonian materialist science, But, in 1970, he survived a Near-Death experience which changed his perspective on everything. Since then, he has spent over 40 years collating all the scientific research on consciousness survival and the afterlife, including Near-Death experiences, reincarnation and past life regression therapy, After-Death communications and the supporting theories of quantum mechanics. His education and employment as a mechanical engineer working in electronics and bio-tech and process facilities cause him to walk on both sides of the street. He is a believer in the reality of alternative dimensions of existence but one who wants to know the precise physics behind it all. It is amazing to him that science, medicine, and philosophy, have found no consensus to answer the question of what comes next.

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  • File Size: 520 KB
  • Print Length: 186 pages
  • Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing, LLC (October 4, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #704,161 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Essential information for anyone who expects to die December 8, 2012
"We tend to perceive science as being the ultimate truth, but it is really only a series of short stories collected into a larger anthology," author Alan Ross Hugenot writes in this interesting and informative 176-page book. Like so many others schooled in orthodox science, Hugenot assumed that it was just a matter of connecting all the short stories of science and then he would be able to see the "big picture." However, it didn't quite work out that way for him. It took a near-death experience (NDE) in 1970, when he was a college student, for him to begin seeing that big picture. But it took another 40 years of research into NDEs and other psychic phenomena for him to really bring it into reasonable focus and report on it. Subtitled "What it is like when you die," this book tells of Hugenot's personal experiences and his studies of related experiences.

In the first of the two parts of this book, the author discusses NDEs, memories of past lives, after-death communications, consciousness & quantum theory, and what he calls "the weighing of the heart," which has to do with salvation beliefs and the lessons of the NDE life review, as well as the teachings relative to our initial station in the afterlife based on communication coming to us through credible mediumship, especially the mediumship of Emily French, an early 20th Century direct-voice medium who was studied for some 20 years by New York lawyer Edward Randall. As I have read several of Randall's books, as well as Riley Heagerty's 2000 book, "The French Revelation," about Randall's extensive research with French, I consider this a very valuable source of information about what to expect after physical death. Hugenot captures the highlights of it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Contains some real gems June 22, 2013
Alan Ross Hugenot approaches the subject of the afterlife like the engineer that he was trained as. He assembles materials from a huge variety of sources which at first gives the impression of overwhelming density, especially with the very small print (the kindle edition could be much easier for older eyes). However there are some wonderful gems to be found in the extracts he has selected, for example the description of by Dr. David C. Hossack of his death quoted in Chapter 5. The author's description and analysis of his own near-death experience which provides a recurring theme throughout the book holds some excellent inights, for example that the being of light he encountered was universal consciousness rather than any particular religious figure. His chapter on Consciousness and Quantum Field Theory and his many references to dark matter and vibrational frequencies will fascinate those interested in the physics of the afterlife. From his many and varied sources he has constructed a rich source of insights and information that will definitely reward close analysis.The Death Experience: What it is like when you die
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5.0 out of 5 stars World changing book! October 15, 2014
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If you dare let it, this book will shatter everything you thought you knew about reality. See you on the other side!
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