Death-bed visions: the psychical experiences of the dying

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Aquarian Press, 1926 - Psychology - 173 pages
A nineteenth century British physicist examines cases of dying individuals hearing music, having visions of the spirit leaving the body, and seeing people who were already dead

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Visions Seen by the Dying
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In Some Cases Reciprocal

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D. T. SUZUKI (1869-1966), born and educated in Japan, was the chief emissary of Zen in the West. In addition to lecturing extensively throughout the world, he held teaching positions in Japan and at Columbia University.
WILLIAM BARRETT is a distinguished philosopher and teacher, and was instrumental in introducing existentialism to America. He is the author of "The Death of the Soul" and "Irrational Man," He lives in Westchester County, New York.

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