The Modern Book of the Dead | Ptolemy TompkinsA modern exploration of what happens after death, uniting spirituality with philosophy, biology, neuroscience, and rich examples of afterlife experiences. What happens to us after we die? It remains perhaps the single most important question we can ask, one that still inspires thousands to turn to the Tibetan and Egyptian Books of the Dead for hope and comfort. But we can no longer rely solely on ancient wisdom for truly useful answers about our own mortality. We must find explanations for the afterlife in the fruits of modern experience.
The Egyptian Book of the Dead (In Our Time)
The reviewer, it seemed to me, was right. The title was meant to be tongue in cheek. After all, who was I to provide any ultimate answers to the question of what life was all about? But the more I thought about it, the more it seemed to me that this whole attitude was something of a cop-out. So in the back of my mind, I determined that someday, if I had the chance to, I would write a book that was, in tone, exactly the opposite of what The Beaten Path was. A book that really was a kind of book of answers, at least to the degree that I could find.
A Revolutionary Perspective on Death, the Soul, and What Really Happens in the Life to Come
The Modern Book of the Dead A Revolutionary Perspective on Death the Soul and What Really Happens in
Thank you! From a childhood dominated by gloomy nightmares and spectral visions of death, the author grew up with conflicting notions of life and the mystery shrouding the dead. Ron Hubbard. Following this short personal account, the author delves into a scholarly comparison of historical life-after-death belief systems. The discussion encompasses several books of the dead, including the ancient Egyptian belief in the immortality and divinity of the human soul and Tibetan theories of nonexistence.
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