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Why is this not utilized in every prison in America? (Alabama is the only state using it.)
(IANDS) provides more information on the organization as well as links to other support groups around the world.
A branch of a world fellowship and membership organization dedicated to promoting the unity of humanity and encouraging the study of religion, philosophy and science so that we may better understand ourselves and our relationships within this multidimensional universe. The Society stands for complete freedom of individual search and belief.
Gives information about this major pioneer into near-death studies. Find out about her books, biography, current situation, and much more.
Contains many Near-Death accounts as well as other related information.
The Seattle chapter of IANDS.
Near-Death researcher, experiencer, author and lecturer on Near-Death Experiences.
Empirically investigating brushes with the afterlife…Article by Gideon Lichfield. April 2015 issue of The Atlantic.
Contains information on afterlife put together by Bruce Moen.
Psychiatrist, researcher and author on Near-Death Experiences. Author of Life After Life.
Connect to past life memories of young children through author and researcher Carol Bowman’s exceptional work.
The largest NDE web site anywhere, has many personal stories as well as an excellent set of links. Founded by Jeff and Jody Long.
A tool for awakening positive vibrational change. Web site of author and experiencer, Kathy Forti.
Spiritual Awakenings International (SAI) is a non-profit worldwide network of individuals and groups who are interested in collaborating to raise awareness, network, and share personal experience relating to diverse types of Spiritually Transformative Experiences, “STEs”, to raise global spiritual awareness.
Nurse and Lawyer, Susan Dolan's, excellent book on what everyone needs to know. This web site is packed full of good end of life advice.
Director Pam Whitworth, formerly from Chicago, has taken care of dozens of poor children from the area surrounding Kathmandu, Nepal, over the last 20 years. Chicago IANDS pays for the education, housing, clothing, books, fees and other needs for three children from this organization. Please read through their informative web site and consider adopting a child of your own.