After reading this book, I will be recommending it to my students. Though I disagree with the author in a number of particulars, I agree with his approach. It seems he has a mind that is both open and critical. This is a book that intellectuals need not be ashamed of having on their shelves. --Hans TenDam, pioneering regression therapist and author of Exploring Reincarnation
This fine book is masterly and scholarly. It is invaluable to anyone interested in what a soul is, how it originated, and what happens to it after death; and to other researchers who want to further our understanding of an aspect of ourselves that has been of interest to philosophers through the ages. --Edith Fiore, pioneering regression therapist and author of You Have Been Here Before
The most comprehensive book on the soul, and evidence of its existence, ever produced. It is an incredibly informative and well-written book that will be used for reference well into the millennium. --Andy Tomlinson, leading interlife regression therapist and author of Exploring the Eternal Soul
About the Author
Ian Lawton was born in 1959. In his mid-thirties he became a writer-researcher specializing in ancient history, esoterica and spiritual philosophy. His first two books, Giza: The Truth (1999) and Genesis Unveiled (2003), have sold over 30,000 copies worldwide. In The Book of the Soul (2004) he developed the idea of Rational Spirituality, also establishing himself as one of the world's leading authorities on the interlife. This was followed by The Wisdom of the Soul (2007), The Little Book of the Soul (2007) and the rewritten Big Book of the Soul (2008).