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What We Believe versus What
Is the Idea of Postmortem Survival Testable?
Past and Present
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affected afterlife hypothesis American patients analysis apparition experiences apparitional figure appear awareness beautiful belief bias brain characteristics Christian come-back consciousness cultural death Deathbed Observations deathbed visions deceased died difference diseases dying patients elation emotional reactions ences Erlendur Haraldsson example expected experienced extrasensory extrasensory perception feelings frequency hallucinations of persons hallucinatory figure hallucinogenic Haraldsson Heaven Hindu hospital Ian Stevenson impaired Indian patients Indian sample Indian survey indicate interaction interviews involvement in religion medical factors mediumistic messages messengers mood elevation mother Osis otherworldly emotions out-of-body experiences pain Parapsychology patients saw percent in India percent versus phenomena physicians and nurses pilot study pilot survey postmortem existence postmortem survival psychic psychological questionnaire reality relatives religious emotions religious figures reported respondents rise of mood seemed serenity and peace Sir William Barrett statistical take-away purpose terminal patients thanatologist tions told U.S. sample United uremia uremic poisoning Yamdoot