Final Passages Videos

If, like me, you’re interested in the field of scientific research into strange experiences at the time of death, then the “Final Passages” conference which took place a couple of weeks ago surely would have been a lot of fun to attend, with talks from the likes of Stan Grof, Raymond Moody, Pim van Lommel, Penny Sartori and Marilyn Schlitz:

The 2012 Bioethics Forum offered two days of thoughtful information-sharing and discussion regarding “Final Passages: Research on Near Death & the Experience of Dying.” Designed for the general public, it focused on the sharing of scientific research and the consideration of related social and ethical issues. Many questions related to near death experiences (NDE), dying, and consciousness were addressed by global experts

Welp, here’s the good news. All of the talks from that conference have now been made freely available online in video format. Woot, dig in!

(h/t @MarilynSchlitz)

  1. Excellent link.
    The more do

    Excellent link.
    The more do we see professional debunkers frantically trying to discredit what is getting to be very high quality evidence the more I am convinced that this froth is a concerted conspiracy to quash the paranormal in general. With the ever tightening push to make citizens helpless wards of the state such fantastic dreams and otherworlds begin to be real threats to the hegemony of the State whose message is that there is only one official state and everything else is illusion. You can’t trust anything but the one official state of being. Normalcy is whatever they are pushing at the moment in order to reduce people to obedient dogs, and there is no hope of ever taking excursions beyond the officially circumscribed reality.
    These are hackneyed ways of saying some common thoughts, but they just seem to me more true once you see the manner in which the state responds. It is the same with 911. The airwaves are crammed now with a constant repetition of the official story, and it is the franticness of the response that reveals their lack of confidence in keeping the official story together and believable. In a nutshell, “they doth protest too much”

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