Originally published in 1979, this bestselling classic about death and dying advances the startling but liberating proposition that human beings do survive physical death.
Research on death in this century has been extensive and author and psychic researcher Ian Currie painstakingly amassed the results of this wide-ranging material using case histories of parapsychological phenomena from out-of-the-body experiences, deathbed visions, mediumship, apparitions, possessions, and hauntings to provide the basis for this extraordinary claim. In a riveting presentation that often reads like a detective story, he presents evidence that makes it clear that, indeed, you cannot die.
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First published in 1978, You Cannot Die has been in print longer than almost any other book about life after death. Ian Currie's investigation of the after-death experience covers the spectrum of spiritualism from hauntings and near-death experiences to out-of-body experiences and reincarnation, as well as mediumistic accounts from psychics on what the departed have to say about the other side. You Cannot Die presents compelling evidence for continuing survival of the spirit beyond the body, and offers surprising revelations of how the decisions we make in our lives have a profound effect on what happens to us after death.About the Author:
Ian Currie was born in Vancouver in 1936. He did doctoral work in sociology at the University of California at Berkley, where he was advanced to doctoral candidacy with distinction. The author of several academic publications in sociology and thanatology, he also prepared and taught courses on death and dying. Parapsychology and physical research were his main areas of interest. Ian Currie passed from this plane of existence in 1992.
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