New Book Presents Substantial Evidence for Life After Death

RICHMOND, VA – 17 Feb, 2017 – An expanded, second edition of Life After Death, Powerful Evidence You Will Never Die has just been released by The Oaklea Press and to get the word out, Amazon is offering the Kindle edition free from February 20 through 24, 2017 (click here to go to the Amazon page)

Bruce Greyson, M.D., The Chester Carlson Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Division of Perceptual Studies at the University of Virginia is quoted by the author as having said, “The nineteenth century, materialist view that the brain in some miraculous way we do not understand produces consciousness discounts or ignores that consciousness in extreme circumstances can function very well without a brain.” 

Findings from Dr. Greyson’s studies are presented that clearly indicate consciousness can continue, and memories can be formed, while the brain is clinically dead or incapacitated. A number of examples are given, which include the recovery of lost consciousness in the moments or days prior to death among people who have been unconscious for prolonged periods of time; complex consciousness ability in some indiviuals who have minimal brain tissue; complex consciousness in near-death experiences when the brain is not functioning or is functioning at a greatly diminished level; and memories, particularly among young children, accurately recalling details of past lives. 

Additional evidence presented suggests the brain functions more like a cell phone or radio receiver and connects our consciousness to and intergrates it with our bodies. Stephen Hawley Martin, the book’s author said, “There can be no doubt the brain influences and affects our consciousness—consider what happens when someone drinks too much or is hit on the head—but it is clearly not the actual source of it. This is why our consciousness can and apparently does continue after death of the body.”

The Kindle edition, free this week, normally retails for $3.49, and the trade paperback edition for $11.95. The Oaklea Press  was established in 1995 and publishes business managment titles, self-help, and other nonfiction books. 

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