Monday, May 16, 2016

Papers, Conferences, Questions and Research


· Miracle of miracles, two large major studies of electrical sensitivity have now been published in the Journal of Near-Death Studies, Vol. 33, No. 4, Summer 2015. It just came out, so, obviously the date on the Journal doesn’t mean much except for record keeping. If you are a near-death experiencer, you will want to obtain a copy of this Journal. You may do so by contacting IANDS (International Association for Near-Death Studies) at; (919) 383-7940. Mention of it may also be on their website – Electrical sensitivity is a huge topic for most of us (me included).

· While you’re on the IANDS website, visit their Conference page. This year it will be held in Orlando, Florida, the last few days of July. Register now, secure your flight and hotel reservations. These conferences are always life changing.

· I am running out of questions for my Q&A blog. The number of this edition is #158. It is a monthly. That means I have been writing blog posts for over 13 years, tackling any number of subjects, always with the goal of setting the record straight and giving the best advice and information I can. If you want to keep this blog going, send me some questions via my website at I must have your permission to use question/answer, so keep that in mind if you send anything.

· The research project I have been running about the littlest of the little (womb to five years old), who might have had a near-death experience or something like it – the deadline for submissions has been extended to mid-June. I keep extending it because of requests, especially in Europe, but there will be an end-date in June so hurry. To obtain the Call for Volunteers instructions, go to, on the Home Page is the link to the form (or download it here) and follow directions. There is no limit on how many pages you may use to submit your story.

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