On the Edge of the Etheric: Survival After Death Scientifically Explained

On the Edge of the Etheric Survival After Death Scientifically Explained If you have ever wondered what will happen after you die then this is the book to get It contains specific detailed evidence of life after death Anyone skeptical of the idea should read it because t

  • Title: On the Edge of the Etheric: Survival After Death Scientifically Explained
  • Author: Arthur Findlay
  • ISBN: 9781585093403
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Paperback
  • If you have ever wondered what will happen after you die, then this is the book to get It contains specific, detailed evidence of life after death Anyone skeptical of the idea should read it because the author presents the most compelling evidence that you will ever find Findlay was a well respected man who wrote a massive, scholarly 2200 page book called The Curse ofIf you have ever wondered what will happen after you die, then this is the book to get It contains specific, detailed evidence of life after death Anyone skeptical of the idea should read it because the author presents the most compelling evidence that you will ever find Findlay was a well respected man who wrote a massive, scholarly 2200 page book called The Curse of Ignorance, and therefore knows how to conduct research on a penetrating and revealing level On the Edge of the Etheric is a lively and entertaining read, containing many true cases The author presents the evidence in a way that shows how fraud, trickery or coincidence could not possibly explain it leaving you with the reality of the phenomena The book opens with over 70 praiseworthy quotes and reviews from the English press, attesting to the skill of the author in bringing you this powerful evidence This book may not prove conclusively, beyond the shadow of a doubt that an afterlife exists because it cannot take you there and bring you back Short of this, however, it makes the idea highly probable Recommended for every serious researcher, believer or open minded skeptic.

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    1. This book was published in 1931, so I was impressed at Findlay's grasp of concepts which are being advanced by quantum physics today. The first part of the book deals with the science of mind and matter. The middle of the book describes Findlay's introduction to Spiritualism (he was a skeptic initially) and his experiences with mediums. The last part of the book deals with cases of evidential mediumship and his particular study of John C. Sloan.

    2. I need more stars!!! This was 100% my cup of tea!! Despite this book being published in the 30's and written as a scientific study it was easy enough to read. Arthur Findlays work has the potential to impact humanity in an extraordinary way if only people embraced this type of research with an open mind and carried out their own study into proof of life after death. This book, along with the French revelation are 2 books I would want with me if ever deserted on an island!!!

    3. Arthur Findlay who was quite a scholar and historian in his day, published this book back in 1931. It is largely based on a series of group séances he attended with medium John Campbell Sloan. He begins by giving a scientific explanation of all the things we cannot see: gamma rays, x-rays, ultra violent rays, infra red rays, radio waves, micro waves and long radio waves, then segways into the spirit world, and the deceased who are alive in spirit, but not visible to the human eye. He goes into [...]

    4. Note this book was originally published in 1931. The last two chapters are the best, imho. (Not the conclusion). It wasn't earth-shattering for me since I already had full faith in afterlife, so the majority of the book, the presentation of Findlay's experiences, was a bit dull to me.

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