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Physicists in glass houses.

Science is always quick to critique and subdue experiences and theories from the margins of parapsychology, pseudo-science, philosophy, and non-mainstream healing practices. Moreover, they are often particularly sensitive to have their own theories on Quantum Mechanics (QM) co-opted by these ‘other’ non-scientific tribes in speculations as to what exactly the heck is going on in […]

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NDE: Anke Evertz

In September 2009 Anke accidentally set fire to herself after returning from a short jog. I was in the process of starting a fire in our fireplace, when my baggy jogging pants caught fire. With a slight trace of irritation for my inattention, I tried to extinguish the flames with my hands, but this wasn’t […]

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Book review: Living in a Mindful Universe.

Rating: This is Dr Eben Alexanders third book dealing with the topic of life after death. His first one is titled: “Proof of Heaven” (2012) and was followed by “The Map of Heaven” (2014). I had not seen any particularly good reviews on his first two books and did not read them. As my views […]

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A Dutch study on NDE.

A Near-Death Experience (NDE) is a form of non-ordinary experience that can be summarised as: “the reported memory of a range of impressions during a special state of consciousness, including a number of special and universal reported elements such as an out-of-body experience, pleasant feelings, seeing a tunnel, a light, deceased relatives, a life review, […]

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The Near Death Experience of Dr Bettina Peyton.

A story published in EXPLORE: The Journal of Science & Healing recounts the Near-Death Experience (NDE) of Bettina Peyton a now-retired doctor. Dr Peyton’s NDE occurred in 1988 when she was 32 years old and working at Tufts New England Medical Centre in the US. Prior to her experience Dr Peyton had no belief in life after […]

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