[MOBI] Ð A Traveler's Guide to the Afterlife: Traditions and Beliefs on Death, Dying, and What Lies Beyond | By ↠ Mark Mirabello #2020


  • Title: A Traveler's Guide to the Afterlife: Traditions and Beliefs on Death, Dying, and What Lies Beyond
  • Author: Mark Mirabello
  • ISBN: 9781620555972
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Paperback

  • A Traveler's Guide to the Afterlife: Traditions and Beliefs on Death, Dying, and What Lies Beyond By Mark Mirabello A grand survey of the world s death and afterlife traditions throughout history Examines beliefs from many different cultures on the soul, heaven, hell, and reincarnation instructions for accessing the different worlds of the afterlife how one may become a god and how ethics and the afterlife may not be connected Explores techniques to communicate with the dead, incA grand survey of the world s death and afterlife traditions throughout history Examines beliefs from many different cultures on the soul, heaven, hell, and reincarnation instructions for accessing the different worlds of the afterlife how one may become a god and how ethics and the afterlife may not be connected Explores techniques to communicate with the dead, including s ance instructions Includes an extensive bibliography of than 900 sources from around the world Drawing on death and afterlife traditions from cultures around the world, Mark Mirabello explores the many forms of existence beyond death and each tradition s instructions to access the afterlife He examines beliefs on the soul, heaven, hell, and reincarnation and wisdom from Books of the Dead such as the Book of Going Forth by Day from Egypt, the Katha Upanishad from India, the Bardo Thodol from Tibet, the Golden Orphic Tablets from Greece, Lieh Tzu from China, and Heaven and its Wonders and Hell from Things Heard and Seen from 18th century Europe Considering the question What is Death Mirabello provides answers from a wide range of ancient and modern thinkers, including scientist Nicholas Maxwell, the seer Emanuel Swedenborg, 1st century Buddhist philosopher Nagarjuna, and Greek philosopher Euripides, who opined that we may already be dead and only dreaming we are alive He explores the trek of the soul through life and death with firsthand accounts of the death journey and notes that what is perceived as death here may actually be life somewhere else He reveals how, in many traditions, ethics and the afterlife are not connected and how an afterlife is possible even without a god or a soul Sharing evidence that consciousness is not simply a product of the brain, he offers a strong rebuttal to nihilists, materialists, and the Lokayata philosophical school of India who believe in the finality of death He explains how specters and ghosts are produced and offers techniques to communicate with the dead as well as instructions for an out of body experience and the complete procedure for a s ance With an extensive bibliography of than 900 sources, this guide offers comprehensive information on afterlife beliefs from the vast majority of cultures around the world and throughout history a veritable traveler s guide to the afterlife.
    Mark Mirabello
    Mark Mirabello, Ph.D writes on the supernatural A Traveler s Guide to the Afterlife, The Odin Brotherhood, and The Crimes of Jehovah , the unnatural The Cannibal Within, an erotic horror novella , and the natural Handbook for Rebels and Outlaws Resisting Tyrants, Hangmen, and Priests Mirabello s area of expertise is the outlaw history on the frontiers and margins of human civilization He lectures on Alternative Religions and Cults, Secret Societies, Terrorism and Crime, Banned Books, Intellectual History, and other subjects According to Mirabello, Never believe anything until it has been officially denied Mirabello, who is a professor of history at Shawnee State University in the USA, has served as a Visiting Professor of History at Nizhny Novgorod University in Russia.Mirabello has a Ph.D from the University of Glasgow and an M.A from the University of Virginia

    A Traveler's Guide to the Afterlife: Traditions and Beliefs on Death, Dying, and What Lies Beyond By Mark Mirabello

    Commentaires:

    Monk
    Most academics are too specialized, and most lay writers just provide anecdotal accounts of individual trips across to the other side.Mirabello s book, in contrast, spans many eras and cultures, and is a treasure trove of information The author used nearly 1000 books to write one book.Just dipping in, these are some of the issues discussed Could we be dead now Can this entire universe be someone s dream Can we become gods Can science prove the afterlife What is the drug ketamine When people take [...]

    Angela
    An interesting introduction into the myriad conceptions of the afterlife from societies across the ages That said, it read as if the author just conducted a search on the term afterlife and roughly placed what he found with little thought as to organization Also, some of his sources left a bit to be desired in terms of scholarly reliability.

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      Published :2019-08-06T11:16:47+00:00