The Lost Secret of Death: Our Divided Souls and the Afterlife

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Hampton Roads Publishing, Aug 1, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 368 pages

Novak investigates a belief called the Binary Soul Doctrine (BSD) which states simply that humans possess two souls which split at death, the conscious going on to reincarnate again and again, while the unconscious ends up in a type of limbo judging itself for all eternity.

He goes on to explain that long ago the BSD was the primary belief of a single world religion, which since has been broken into more and more fragments. However, he claims that twentieth-century findings, including the work of Freud and Jung, as well as findings of modern neuroscience and Near-Death research, has marked a resurgence of belief in the veracity of the BSD.

Novak argues--just as those long ago did--that it is essential for humans to integrate these two souls together before death to avoid the nightmare of being split in two at death. He even offers a few steps to help readers start the process of integration.

 

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Contents

Preface
The Single World Religion
Modern Sciences Binary Soul
NearDeath Experiences
PastLife Regression
Ghosts and Poltergeists
Shamanic Soul Retrieval and OutofBody
Psychics and Mystics
The Encoded History of the Jews
Baptism into
The One World Religion of
Living Voice of the Old Path
Christs Mission to Save
Consummation
What Was Baptism for the Dead?
How Can Belief Save Anything?

Cognitive Illusions
The Divine Dichotomy and

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