Death: Its Causes and Phenomena

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 568 pages
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Found in this work are the causes and phenomena associated with death, with special reference to immortality. Death is generally looked upon as something to be tabooed by polite society, something unpleasant, which may someday come upon us, but which we desire to think about as little as possible in the interval. The authors believe that death assumes the appearance of a most interesting scientific problem, both from its physiological and its psychological sides, once superstition is removed. They refer to the possibility of postponing death, on one hand, and of rendering it more painless, on the other.

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Hereward Carrington, Ph.D. (17 October 1880 26 December 1958) was a well-known British investigator of psychic phenomena and author. His subjects included several of the most high-profile cases of apparent psychic ability of his times, and he wrote over 100 books on subjects including the paranormal and psychical research, conjuring and stage magic, and alternative health issues.

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