Edgar Cayce’s readings contain several references to … Atlantean temples and to the priestesses who lived and worked in them…. Cayce tells us that priestesses used symbols and signs, numbers, astrology, astronomy, ritual, and plants as well as music to help their patients overcome their physical problems and to advance their spiritual development.
In this interview, Dr. Raymond Moody and his co-author Paul Perry discuss seven key elements of the “shared death experience,” which are very similar to those of the near-death experience. Moody and Perry’s recent book, Glimpses of Eternity describes some of these Shared Death Experiences.
Anyhow, at a rehearsal the other day, a few of us in the cast were chatting about some of the TED talks we love. Have you ever spent a couple of hours browsing through TED’s wonderful “Ideas Worth Spreading”? There are so many that are totally brilliant.
How about this talk by J.K. Rowling – her commencement speech
For twenty years or so, following an earlier fascination, Kenneth Ring wrote about near-death experiences (NDEs), near-death experiencers (NDErs), what NDErs learned about how to live their lives as a result of having had an NDE, and how we non-NDErs can learn about how to live our lives from just reading about NDEs. And there’s a lot to learn!
That about captures Ring’s NDE output – published in Life at Death, Heading Toward Omega, The Omega Project, Mindsight, and
Rod Steiger stars in this movie – A Month of Sundays – that swings between being a bit far-fetched and being well done. It’s about a grandfather who makes a promise to his wife that before he dies he will find their runaway son (now in his 30s or 40s). The interesting part in this movie for me is whether Grandpa made this