Anyone who has done much afterlife research has encountered the work of skeptics and debunkers. Honest skeptics have contributed tremendously to the advancement of our understanding, but sadly most of those who claim to be writing as skeptics are just debunkers. You cannot learn a thing from a debunker, so it will be important that you know the difference!
Skepticism is a healthy approach to dealing with extraordinary claims. Some of the greatest
Our growing understanding of how reality is structured makes us realize how near the dead are to us. They are right here! We now know that there are approximately eight levels of energy-based reality, separated from one another by their rates of vibration, and all of them are exactly where we are. But far from making communication easier, the fact that reality is an energy spectrum all located in a single place makes unaided communication from there to here seem impossible. Think of your Channel
One of the extraordinary things for me about being an administrator of AfterlifeForums has been watching the growth of individual members. Studying the afterlife turns out to be not about dying, after all: it is about living. Each of us faces a particular set of challenges in moving through this lifetime, and for some of us those challenges can seem to be almost insurmountable. But, wonderfully, our members help each other! This past week I read a fourĖpost exchange between two of our deeper
Where is heaven, if we canít see it and science canít find it? I think I will believe better if I can envision where it is.
One of the hardest things for us to grasp when we try to understand reality is the concept of a many-layered and mostly solid afterlife. That used to bother me too! If there really is a heaven, then where the heck is it? The evidence overwhelmingly suggests that about seven afterlife levels
I just read the book Quantum Enigma, and I agree with you Ė itís great! But if
I can get that reality is not just this universe, why are most scientists still so clueless?
For nearly a century, the implications of quantum physics have been distressing
to many physicists, stumping even the great Albert Einstein. When a non-physicist reads
Rosenblumís and Kuttnerís book (both of them are