Afterlife: An Investigation of the Evidence for Life After Death

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Doubleday, 1987 - Future life - 269 pages
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Covers split brain research, apparitions, telepathy, the magic of primitive man, precognition, out-of-the-body experiences, A-consciousness and B-consciousness, vampires, the subliminal mind, past lives, the mystery of multiple personalities, and contact with the dead.

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Really interesting compilation of different psychical events (with explanation) and afterdeath intercourses (without no explanation)...Although the record of the SPR is well performed,the reader has the last word...... Anyway, too much positive and especulative concerning the human potential. Read full review

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A fairly slim tome that investigates the best evidence for the afterlife. Which varies from the completely unbelievable, through mundane to strangely compelling. The most interesting ideas in the book ... Read full review


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Voices in the Head
The World of the Clairvoyant

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About the author (1987)

Colin Wilson was born on June 26, 1931 in Leicester, England. He attended a local technical school, where he did well in physics and chemistry, and left at 16 to work in a wool factory. Before becoming a writer, he worked as a laboratory assistant, tax clerk, laborer and hospital porter. His first book, The Outsider, was published in 1956 when he was 24 years old. During his lifetime, he wrote more than 100 works on a wide variety of subjects including philosophy, religion, occult and supernatural phenomenea, music, sex, crime and critical theory. His other works include Religion and the Rebel, The Age of Defeat, Ritual in the Dark, The Strength to Dream, Origins of the Sexual Impulse, The Occult, Alien Dawn, Dreaming to Some Purpose, The Angry Years: The Rise and Fall of the Angry Young Men, and Super Consciousness. His biographies include works on Bernard Shaw, David Lindsay, Herman Hesse, Wilhelm Reich, Jorge Luis Borges, Ken Russell, Rudolph Steiner, Aleister Crowley, and P. D. Ouspensky. Wilson died on December 5, 2013 at the age of 82.

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