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One of the most impressive collections of information about the afterlife we have come across in the writings of Victor Zammit. He has written a book entitled “A Lawyer Presents the Case for the Afterlife”. One of the online chapters is dedicated to the scientific inquiries into reincarnation. In it he gives fascinating data gleaned from the thorough investigations of leading researchers.
Q: You seem to accept that the Hindu/Buddhist concept of reincarnation is compatible with Christianity. How is this, and how is it that the Chritian churches are apparently ignorant of this dramatic data? A: Reincarnation is not an exclusively Hindu-Buddhist teaching, but has from the … Continue reading
What articles on OCOY.org did you read and share the most this year? What were the blog posts that you found the most useful? Which podcasts were the most informative and were downloaded the most often? Below you will find the top ten articles, blog posts, … Continue reading
FREE Kindle download through Wednesday at Amazon! Get it Now! You might find the history of this study interesting and amusing. Quite some time ago we became very good friends with an Eastern Orthodox archpriest who not only believed in reincarnation, but had engaged for years … Continue reading
What pages are the most read on OCOY.org and the Light of the Spirit Blog? Read on, and explore more besides. There are hundreds of blog posts, as well as ebooks and more. And with spiritual writings, they never get out-of-date or loose their value: … Continue reading
An essential part of spirituality is conscious growth and evolution. And an important aspect of growth is the willingness, even a thirst, for learning: what works, what doesn’t work; what helps and what hinders our spiritual life. We can learn from the wise, who have … Continue reading
Last December in its Healthland section on the web, Time Magazine published an interesting article entitled “Explaining Why Meditators May Live Longer” by Maia Szalavitz. Below we excerpt some of the more interesting sections of the article: “The image of the ancient but youthful-looking sage … Continue reading