About the Book Man is by nature a philosophical being. Wars are fought over philosophical differences of social-economics, religion, geopolitics and racial arrogance. Arguably, the greatest philosophical quest of mankind has been the overwhelming desire to know
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR After a brief career in mixed gas deep sea diving (for the oil companies) and aerospace computer engineering, Dr. Weisher left it all behind and went to medical school and then completed a Neurology residency from Georgetown University in 1988. He also completed a fellowship in Electrical neuro-diagnostics and sleep science. He kept very busy running a Neurology practice in the Washington DC area, teaching residents and post graduate students Neurology, and on staff of six hospitals. He now has left the big city life behind and currently lives in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, where he practices Neurology and Hyperbaric Diving Medicine at the Roy Lester Schneider Hospital in St. Thomas. When he has time, he enjoys sailing and scuba diving. The root word for Doctor comes from Latin - Doceo- meaning to teach. Dr. Weisher will freely admit that his real education began when he started listening to patients which sparked a revolution in his philosophy. His firm belief was that there was no soul, apart from the brain and the Near-death phenomenon was merely an hallucination. However his near-death patients caused him to change his mind. This small book is a testimony of that change. It begins with his childhood challenge with dyslexia and his personal and professional experience with the near death phenomenon. He then explains current scientific thought on this subject. He reviews selected case histories of near-death and discusses transmigration. He then reveals how an understanding of the near death experience both scientifically and intellectually will revolutionize our spiritual awareness. The author believes that this will some day bring man closer to man and hence closer to God. The true goal of religion should bring men together in peace, not separate us, fostering distrust, paranoia and fanning the flames of war.
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Book Description Xlibris, Corp., 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1413470319
Book Description Xlibris, Corp., 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 129 pages. 8.25x5.50x0.50 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1413470319
Book Description Xlibris, Corp., 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111413470319