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|Subject: Re: On second thought, 2828 - Small Cap Issue||Date: 1/30/2013 5:29 PM|
|Author: Art53||Number: 669334 of 784702|
"By the way Art I've got some books on order from Amazon that you may find of interest & may be at your local library." - tiscotto
Oh! Dr. Mary Neal's (orthopedic surgeon) and Dr. Eben Alexander's (neurosurgeon) books! Yes I am! I haven't read their books yet but I've watched several youtube video's about them and read several interviews with them on different websites. I've also seen them on television. Before it's all said and done I'm sure I'll read their books.
Dr. Alexander's NDE changed his life and how he views reality. Almost all the books I read are written by people with M.D. or PhD degrees. I've probably got about 80 "life after death" books in my little library.
If you haven't ever read any books about death bed visions you may find them interesting. They are amazing. There is a free online book called Death Bed Visions by Sir William Barrett, a physicist, who was married to a surgeon and his wife used to come home from the hospital and tell him stories about things that people in the process of dying said. The link to the book is,
Another one of my favorite DBV book is Visions, Trips, and Crowded rooms by David Kessler and Final Gifts by by Maggie Callanan and Patricia Kelley. If you are interested I have other titles about DBV's that I can share with you.
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