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Seeing Dead People Not Known to Have Died: “Peak in Darien” Experiences

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The ubiquitous belief that, after death, our consciousness might persist in some discarnate form is fueled in part by phenomena like near-death experiences (NDEs) and deathbed visions, mystical experiences reported on the threshold of death. Some NDEs, called “Peak in Darien” experiences, include visions of deceased people who are not known at the time to be dead. Cases of this kind provide some of the most persuasive evidence for the survival of consciousness after bodily death.
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Keywords: after-death communication; deathbed vision; near-death experience; spirit; survival of death

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Division of Perceptual StudiesDepartment of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral SciencesUniversity of Virginia Health System210 10th Street NE, Suite 100Charlottesville, VA 22902–5328

Publication date: 2010-12-01

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