Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Complete Idiot's Guide to Near-Death Experiences by P. M. H. Atwater, David H. Morgan




We all want to know, or maybe we don't: Just what happens to us when we die -- what do we see, experience, feel? Through the years, many people who have been resuscitated after what seemed like certain death (or even after a pronunciation of death) have claimed that the first moments of death aren't nothingness, but an intense sense of being -- of walking down a dark tunnel toward a light, of falling, or other physical or spiritual sensations. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Near-Death Experiences is a fascinating, balanced look at these otherworldly happenings, from what they are like and how they feel to their aftereffects, the differences between the near-death experiences of adults and children, the near-death experience throughout history and various cultures, and much more. Incorporating the views of both deep believers and hardcore debunkers, it's a thrilling look at a strange and hotly-debated phenomenon.

















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