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How to get evidence of afterlife?

Discussion in 'Afterlife Evidence' started by Amitanshu Bose, Dec 7, 2017.

  1. Amitanshu Bose

    Amitanshu Bose New Member

    What are the different evidence of afterlife?
    How can we contact a deceased one?
     
  2. bluebird

    bluebird Well-Known Member

    Amitanshu,

    Each person who responds to your questions will have her/his own answers, and you may find that some of those answers appeal to you more, or make more sense to you, than others.

    In my opinion, there is no definitive proof of the afterlife; however, that doesn't mean that there isn't an afterlife. I remain agnostic regarding the possible existence of an afterlife, although I fervently hope there is one in which I will soon be reunited with my beloved husband.

    Different things will constitute "evidence" or "proof" to different people. I think that for me, the only thing that would truly convince me would be if my husband somehow visited me in a way that I could not doubt, and ideally if he were able to speak to me during that visit, and explain it to me at least a little bit. Some other people need similar specific, personal proof from their dead loved ones, whereas others find that reading about NDEs or going to mediums or reading channeled material (and/or various other possibilities) constitute sufficient evidence for them.

    It's good to examine everyone's responses, and to examine various things that different people feel constitute evidence of an afterlife, but ultimately only you can decide, for yourself, what you consider to be valid evidence of an afterlife.
     
  3. mac

    mac ALF member Staff Member

    There are decades of compiled evidence of communication by those once thought to be dead. This website is about afterlife issues so it goes without saying that the site's main thrust is trying to help those who want to understand more about the situation. It's not intended to try to persuade you one way or another. As bluebird points out it's your choice.

    Mostly you can't just contact someone who has died but there are ways of reaching out to them or for them to reach out to you. Here you can find accounts, however, from members fortunate to have had contact with their loved ones passed over.
     
    Last edited: Dec 7, 2017
  4. Amitanshu Bose

    Amitanshu Bose New Member

    I do believe in afterlife and spirit workd from before.... i want to know more about it..
     
  5. mac

    mac ALF member Staff Member

    Then you might be in the right place to learn more. What have you learned already and from where? What are you now wanting to find out?
     
  6. Ed A.

    Ed A. Member

    There is frankly a ton of evidence out there, more than I can keep up with. I'm assuming this site has a compilation of recommended resources somewhere. If not, here are some places to begin:

    - Heading Towards Omega, Kenneth Ring (NDEs)
    - Evidence for the Afterlife, Long & Perry (NDEs)
    - A Lawyer Presents the Evidence for the Afterlife, Victor Zammit (various sources)
    - The Last Frontier, Julia Assante (various sources)
    - The Afterlife Experiments, Gary Schwartz (scientific study of mediums)
    - Science and the Afterlife Experience, Chris Carter (various)
    - God and the Afterlife, Long (NDEs)

    Other sources of evidence are evidence for God in general, the basics of Christianity, paranormal phenomena (e.g., ghosts), and reincarnation, all of which can be found if you're willing to dig a little.
     
    Last edited: Dec 10, 2017
  7. genewardsmith

    genewardsmith Member

    Zammit's book is a good place to start, since you can get it for free and it provides an overview of all the various kinds of evidence, of which there are a great many.
     
  8. mac

    mac ALF member Staff Member

    Until we hear again from the new member we don't really know what she's looking for. Recorded accounts may not be what she's seeking, perhaps preferring to experience directly to learn about these matters.

    I hope she'll let us know what specifically she's seeking.
     
  9. jimrich

    jimrich Active Member

    I have no evidence, just direct, personal experiences. You can contact a deceased (dis-incarnate) one with the help of almost any Medium such as James Van Praagh. Good luck..........
     
  10. Amore

    Amore Member

    It's a he.
     
  11. mac

    mac ALF member Staff Member

    I don't concern myself with unimportant details - it's 'he' or 'she' whenever gender isn't obvious or especially important, as with a drive-by posting, the poster having little or no intention of staying to engage, a tire-kicker.....
     
  12. Amore

    Amore Member

    I did not have this impression. He seems to be from India. I know Indian culture quite well. He's probably a bit shy and aware that his English is not so good. Some Indians tend to be uber-polite and don't want to "intrude" when in a new environment. What I also observed in India is that they don't tend to have long or in-depth discussions online, nor do they engage much in personal talk, they prefer to do that face to face, but use the Internet more for research, education and information gathering.
    His gender is obvious in his profile info.
     
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  13. mac

    mac ALF member Staff Member

    Anyone can claim to be anything in a profile - we none of us know the gender of another unless we know 'em in person.... Even then it may not be certain. The rest is conjecture.
     
    Last edited: Dec 31, 2017
  14. Amore

    Amore Member

    Yes conjecture. But how he words his questions - I'm pretty sure he's Indian.
     
  15. mac

    mac ALF member Staff Member

    all but that then....
     

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