The Forever Family Foundation was set to “further the understanding of Afterlife Science through research and education while providing support and healing for people in grief.”
The Foundation is meeting in Durham, NC, for a variety of events between the 5th and the 11th of November (for information click here. Part of these events include the Foundation’s 8th Annual Afterlife Conference between November 8th and 9th (for information about registration, hotel, and other details click here).
The title of the conference is The Science of Survival of Consciousness: Changing World View About the Afterlife. Some of the presenters include:
Jim B. Tucker, MD
Representing: Division of Perceptual Studies/University of Virginia
Topic: Return to Life: Children’s Memories of Past Lives
Loyd Auerbach, MS
Representing: Forever Family Foundation
Topic: Never Been Slimed: Recollections of a Real-Life “Ghostbuster”
Sally Rhine Feather, PhD
Representing: Rhine Research Center
Topic: Continuing Psi Experiences Suggestive of an Afterlife.
Callum Cooper, MS
Representing: Society for Psychical Research (London)
Topic: Telephone Contact with the Dead and other Unique Methods of After Death Communication
Carlos S. Alvarado, PhD
Representing: Parapsychological Association
Topic: Seeing the Dead: Early Studies of Deathbed Visions
Nancy Zingrone, PhD
Representing: Parapsychology Foundation
Topic: Is There Anybody In There?
Evidence for Survival from Hauntings and Apparitions Research
Julie Beischel, PhD
Topic: Among Mediums: Results from 10 Years of Research
Some New Books:
A New Book from the Parapsychology Research Group
Fifty-five scientists have contributed amazing results from their years of research to this anthology of the Parapsychology Research Group (PRG). Their professional disciplines inclulde physics, remote viewing, medicine, psychology, anthropology, shamanism, philosophy, spiritual healing, unidentified aerial phenomina, and some provide suggestions for the future of education. A few of the authors included are: Dean Radin, PhD, Russell Targ, Stanley Krippner, PhD, Charles Tart, PhD, Stanislav Grof, MD, PhD, Sasha Shulgin, PhD, Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD, Roger Nelson, PhD, and Jean Millay, PhD.
In Vol. 1: Experiencing Communication, 13 WCRMs discuss: –how they experience communication from the deceased; –what suggestions they have for people interested in experiencing communication on their own; and –why it might be that someone has not heard from their loved one. From the Mouths of Mediums Vol. 1: Experiencing Communication Edited by Julie Beischel, PhD Kindle Edition ~ Release Date: 2014-07-18 Buy Now Note: To keep the price low, this book is available exclusively as a Kindle e-book; no print version is available. You can download and read Kindle books instantly on almost any tablet, smartphone, computer, or other device: The WCRMs who contributed to Vol. 1 were Ankhasha, Traci, Dave, Carrie, Joanne, Daria, Nancy, Tracy Lee, Troy, Ginger, Eliza, and Kim. Thanks so much, WCRMs! What people are saying about FMM1… “Vol. 1 of From the Mouths of Mediums is destined to become an indispensable toolkit for anyone planning on visiting a medium or for anyone wanting to become one. It’s chock full of ‘behind-the-scenes’ insight and practical advice that helps the reader go deeper into the psyche of those who communicate with the dead. Julie Beischel delivers a metaphysical knockout without pulling any punches. Can’t wait for the next volumes to materialize.” –Marcel Cairo, medium and researcher “Highly informative and deeply provocative for both the experienced and inexperienced, this inspirational and comforting book demonstrates that mediums are just people, too, and not the oft-portrayed unrealistic versions seen in various media.” –August Goforth, psychotherapist, medium, and co-author of The Risen: Dialogues of Love, Grief, & Survival Beyond Death Get your copy of Vol. 1 of From the Mouths of Mediums from Amazon today!
An interesting interview of Judy Bachrach, author of “Glimpsing Heaven,” recently published by National Geographic, can be found at: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/09/140903-near-death-experiences-bachrach-neurology-booktalk/