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Record Type: Review   ID: 444

Life After Death: The Case for Survival of Bodily Death

Rogo, D. Scott

 Rogo evaluates the various forms of evidence for survival after death both whether humans possess the capacity to live beyond bodily death and whether they can communicate with the living. He begins with a history of psychical research and studies of mediumship. Next he considers the relevance of out-of-body experiences for survival, followed by a chapter on near-death experiences. A chapter is devoted to spontaneous postmortem contacts. Electronic voice phenomena are considered as well as phone calls from the dead. The evidence for survival from claimed memories of past lives, or reincarnation, is considered. In a final chapter he presents his personal views on survival and the cases that he considers point most directly to survival.
Publisher Information:Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, Eng: Aquarian Press, 1986, 158p. Chap bibl: 149-152; 18 illus; Ind: 156-158; Sugg rdg: 153-155
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