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Near-death experiences in antiquity

JenЕ‘ Platthy

Near-death experiences in antiquity

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Published by Federation of International Poetry Associations of UNESCO in Santa Claus, IN .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Near-death experiences -- History.,
  • Near-death experiences in literature.,
  • Classical literature.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 146-149) and index.

    StatementJeno Platthy.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF1045.N4 P57 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination159 p. ;
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1576281M
    ISBN 109290420316
    LC Control Number91076200
    OCLC/WorldCa28068049

      By Elias Ayala (M.A.T. & Mdiv) A Near Death Experience, or hereafter, an NDE, is “an unusual experience taking place on the brink of death and recounted by a person after recovery, typically an out-of-body experience or a vision of a tunnel of light”.   Near-death experiences from antiquity to the present day -- Setting up the Southampton study -- What is it like to die? -- The scientific paradox -- Understanding the mind, brain, and consciousness -- The ingredients of life -- Is it real? -- The horizon -- Implications for the futurePages:


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Review of the book "Near-Death Experiences in Antiquity" by poet and author Jeno Platthy. Physical Description p. ; 23 : Bruce Greyson. Near Death Experiences and Gnostic Christianity: Parallels in Antiquity Brian A. Bain, M.A. North Vancouver, British Columbia ABSTRACT: Long considered to be heretical, ancient Gnostic Christian texts unearthed this century display compelling similarities between Gnostic con ceptions of life and death and modern by: 2.

The Journal of Near-Death Studies from the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) () is the only peer-reviewed scholarly journal (ISSN ) devoted exclusively to the field of the study of near-death experiences (NDEs).

It is cross-disciplinary and published quarterly. Reports of people having “near-death” experiences go back to antiquity, but the oldest medical description of the phenomenon may come from a French physician arounda researcher has found.

The report was written by Pierre-Jean du Monchaux, a military physician from northern France, who described a case of near-death experience in his.

My book Life after Life (),an analysis of about cases of near-death experiences, was apparently the catalyst that woke the modern world up to this ancient phenomenon. Since then, numerous physicians and psychologists have interviewed large numbers of patients who recounted near-death : University of Missouri Press.

Near-death experiences in antiquity [Jeno Platthy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Jenő. Platthy. Near-death experiences (NDEs), profound events reported by people who have been close to death, often include feelings of peace, a sense of being outside the physical Near-death experiences in antiquity book, a life review, and Author: Christian Agrillo.

The Book of Mormon is full of examples of individuals who experience these near death/healing/voice of warning experiences. The first example that we encounter is with Alma the younger and the sons of Mosiah.

They had been opposing the church and causing contention and their fathers had been praying for some sort of an intervention considering Alma ’s father was a prophet and Mosiah was a. Near-Death Experience. Reality. is a consciousness hologram set in linear time to experience and study human emotions.

Consciousness moves from one reality to another - from physical (slow) to higher consciousness (faster frequency of thought) during out-of-body experiences, meditations, and dreams, in times of trauma and shock, sometimes remembering what they encountered, but other times.

By the mids, there were so many individuals who had undergone near-death experiences that the phenomenon was bound to come to the attention of the public.

My book, Life After Life (), an analysis of about cases of near-death experiences was apparently the catalyst that woke the modern world up to this ancient phenomenon. My book, Life after Life (), an analysis of about cases of near-death experiences was apparently the catalyst that woke the modern world up to this ancient phenomenon.

Since then, numerous physicians and psychologists have interviewed large numbers of patients who recounted near-death Near-death experiences in antiquity book. A Typology of Near-Death Experiences. A book or paper or who are believed to be dead but subse¬quently revive or are resuscitated have been described consistently since antiquity.

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New York: Oxford University Press. My book, Life after Life (), an analysis of about cases of near-death experiences was apparently the catalyst that woke the modern world up to this ancient phenomenon. Since then, numerous physicians and psychologists have interviewed large numbers of. It has been estimated that in the last fifty years, some 25 million people have had a near-death experience (NDE).

You may have heard of the term, coined in by Dr. Raymond Moody in his NDE classic Life After Life.I have a lot of admiration for Dr.

Moody and the research he and other NDE experts have done since then, but the term is not all encompassing. Antiquity. I am convinced that it was experiences like the most deeply torment-filled NDEs that supported, ages ago, the development of doctrines of hell. The mistake that was made, and it is entirely understandable and is still made, is that, because the event is experienced as so phenomenally real, it was and is also interpreted as literally.

Defining the Near-Death Experience. The phenomenon of near-death is the most extraordinary experience a human being can undergo. An event wherein the individual has died or been killed, the near-death experience is, clinically, the point at which a person is evaluated as dead, but then, somehow, survives to describe what they encountered in the state of : Rabbi Dovber Pinson.

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Since then, numerous physicians and psychologists have interviewed large numbers of patients who recounted near- death experiences. These physiciansAuthor: John C. Hagan. Reports of people having "near-death" experiences go back to antiquity, but the oldest medical description of the phenomenon may come from a French physician arounda researcher has found.

The report was written by Pierre-Jean du Monchaux, a military physician from northern France, who described a case of near-death experience in his book Author: By Bahar Gholipour, Staff Writer.

Near-Death Experiences, Religion, and Life After Death by Holly Wallace ABSTRACT This thesis investigates current scientific literature on near-death experiences (NDE), focusing on two common types of models used to explain the NDE: biological models and spiritual models.

Four biological models and two spiritual models are presented and evaluated. Abstract. The first 20 years of near-death studies have thoroughly documented the existence of this phenomenon.

The field of near-death studies appears to be evolving from a purely academic one to include an applied, clinical by: 6. His recently published book “God and the Afterlife: Groundbreaking New Evidence of Near-Death Experience” describes the results from ‘The God Study’ in which he analyzed the near-death experiences of people from all types of backgrounds and initial beliefs who have claimed to actually meet God in their NDEs.

One of the most fascinating phenomena of our time is the near-death experience (NDE). It has baffled science, in general, because it can’t be tested in a laboratory, but has been the icing on the cake for people of religion who appreciate the added back-up to their e of the sheer number of people who report having NDEs, the scientific community no longer views research into them Author: Nancy Browne.

Near-death experiences (NDEs) have been described consistently since antiquity and more rigorously in recent years. Investigation into their mechanisms and effects has been impeded by the lack of quantitative measures of the NDE and its components.

Illustration of a near death experience. Reports of people having “near-death” experiences go back to antiquity, but the oldest medical description of the phenomenon may come from a French physician arounda researcher has found.

IANDS, International Association for Near Death Studies. Journal of Near-Death Studies Vol. 14 No. 1, Fall Editor's Foreword • Bruce Greyson, M.D. A group of 55 people who had had near-death experiences were asked if they had ever had an OBE in their lifetime prior to the NDE.

The researchers found that those who answered yes to this question were found to be more likely to experience something similar during the near-death experience. Philosopher Geddes MacGregor's latest book provides a concise, thoughtful look at how people in the various religions have looked at death and afterlife.

"Images of Afterlife" explores thoughts. swissnex Boston and Jelena Martinovic (UNIL-CHUV Post-doctoral researcher at the Department of the History of Science, Harvard University) cordially invite you to a lecture on the fascinating history of Near-Death Experience, based on her forthcoming book “Mort Imminente – Genèse d’un phénomène scientifique & culturel”, to be released on J   The most distinctive aspect of this book is that it does not deal with antiquity alone, but juxtaposes the historical essays with a survey of modern day, near-death experiences.

It raises issues of fundamental importance for the psychology of religion as well as for its : John J. Collins. A religious experience (sometimes known as a spiritual experience, sacred experience, or mystical experience) is a subjective experience which is interpreted within a religious framework.

The concept originated in the 19th century, as a defense against the growing rationalism of Western society. William James popularised the concept. Many religious and mystical traditions see religious. Reports of experiences like NDEs, both splendid and harrowing, have come from around the world, going back to antiquity.

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the foreword for The Science of Near-Death Experi-ences and its introductory chapter. Dr Moody noted that records of what many research-ers believe are NDEs date back to ancient Egypt and Greece. Many paintings from antiquity—for example, Ascent of the Blessed, by Hieronymus Bosch, dated to —irrefutably show the tunnel of light with souls.

Charting the evolution of afterlife beliefs in both pagan and medieval Christian times, Claude Lecouteux offers an extensive look at the cartography and folklore of Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven as seen by our ancestors.

He also explores tales of near-death experiences, out-of-body experiences, dream journeys, and travels made by a double or fetch.

Throughout antiquity individuals who have died and been subsequently resuscitated, have reported unusual experiences where the boundaries of space, time, and perception are transcended. Termed near-death experiences (NDEs), these transformative episodes typically involve a combination of cognitive, emotional, paranormal, and transcendental.

Sam Parnia, M.D., is a leading expert on near-death experiences. He now spends his time in hospitals and Cornell University in New York, where he’ a Fellow in pulmonary and critical-care medicine. He founded the Consciousness Research Group and /5(2). Radiation oncologist Dr.

Jeffrey Long, based in Houma, Louisiana, has drawn on some 1, accounts of near-death experiences reported on a website. He makes the case for his conclusion in a new book written with Paul Perry, Evidence of the Afterlife: The Science of Near-Death Experiences (HarperCollins, ).The Astrology of the Near Death Experience: by Kari Noren-Hoshal This article originally appeared in Issue #22 Libra New Moon, of Major Sky, an online astrology magazine published by Maurice Fernandez.

Ask anyone born between and early (when Chiron in Pisces opposed Pluto in Virgo) whether they have had a brush with death, or know someone who has, and the answer will be a.