Von Braschler is a former faculty member of the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, lifelong member of the Theosophical Society and author of several books. His latest book is Mysterious Messages from Beyond, which reflects on the collapse of many ancient civilizations alarmingly like our own in an effort to
In the Science Channel’s "Through the Wormhole" documentary, Dr. Stuart Hameroff, director for the Center for Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona, theorizes that consciousness continues after death in a parallel universe, using quantum theory. Building upon theories posited by other scientists, Dr. Hameroff explains that consciousness is a non-localized phenomenon that may be as old as the physical universe, and while a person is alive, resides in the brain’s microtubular structure, providing a link between the brain and the soul.
The mystery of what happens to our consciousness after death has preoccupied man since he was first able to philosophise. Most of the world’s religions are based around the premise that our souls continue to live after our physical demise, most suggesting that we go on to inhabit a heavenly place in the care of a deity or higher being. Science, however, has always questioned the existence of a God or a Heaven on the grounds that it is essentially a fantastic concept that would be impossible to prove beyond a reasonable doubt.
Or would it? A new study claims to have found credible and statistically significant evidence that there is a life after death.
On November 7, 2009, Dreamland featured Soul Survivor by Bruce and Andrea Leininger about their son James’s past life memories. (Subscribers can still download this fascinating show). Now a Cleveland TV station has done a revealing followup.