Science

Near-Death Experience of Space, Time, and Consciousness

By Kevin R. Williams, B.Sc. Jack H. Hiler, Ph.D., J.D., is the author of the book, Near-Death Experience of Space, Time, and Consciousness: How the World Was Created and Functions (2019) and the author of a series of papers in the Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research (2019). Based on many thousands of out-of-body experiences […]

Told “You’re Not Ready” and the Near-Death Experience

By Kevin R. Williams, B.Sc. At some point in every near-death experience, the person returns to life. Otherwise, the person’s body would die and their soul would remain on the Other Side. In such a case, instead of an NDE, the person would experience death. But some people are given a choice as to whether […]

War, Evil and the Near-Death Experience

By Kevin R. Williams, B.Sc. War exists everywhere in nature. The world is a literal combat zone where survival of the fittest is law. Viruses invade our bodies and antibodies kill them. We are constantly at war against insects destroying our crops and invade our homes. Because we, as humans, are at the top of […]

The Void and the Near-Death Experience

By Kevin R. Williams, B.Sc. Many near-death testimonies involve the experiencer entering a realm commonly known in NDE circles as the “Void.” This article discusses the nature of this realm to give the reader a good understanding of its purpose and how to deal with it after death. The general consensus among near-death testimonies is […]

The Tunnel and the Near-Death Experience

By Kevin R. Williams, B.Sc. One theory used to explain the near-death phenomenon has nothing to do with death at all. It states that NDEs are actually memories of birth. A baby being born leaves the womb to travel down a tunnel towards a light, and what waits for it in the light is usually […]

Time and the Near-Death Experience

By Kevin R. W#illiams, B.Sc. What is time? Is it the movement of the sun across the sky? Is it a ratio of numbers on a clock that represents change from one state to another? Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity proved that time is subjective to a person’s own relative position. Einstein’s theory even allows […]

The Temple of Knowledge and the Near-Death Experience

By Kevin R. Williams, B.Sc. One remarkable aspect of many near-death accounts is a visit to a heavenly structure that resembles a temple or a library. This structure has different names, such as: the Temple of Knowledge, the Temple of Wisdom, the Hall of Records, or simply a library. The following are examples of near-death […]

Telepathy and the Near-Death Experience

By Kevin R. Williams, B.Sc. Telepathy is defined by Wikipedia, the world’s leading online encyclopedia, as: “from the Greek, ‘tele’ meaning ‘distant’, and ‘pathos’ meaning ‘feeling, perception, passion, affliction, experience,’ is the purported transmission of information from one person to another without using any of our known sensory channels or physical interaction. The term was […]

Spirituality and the Near-Death Experience

By Kevin R. Williams, B.Sc. The words “religious” and “spiritual” have historically been used interchangeably to describe a variety of concepts concerning religion. But the consensus among people having a near-death experience (NDE) reveals a striking difference between religion and spirituality. The modern phrase “spiritual but not religious” is commonly used by experiencers to express […]

Spirit Guides and the Near-Death Experience

By Kevin R. Williams, B.Sc. Peg Abernathy (www.self-full-life.com) is a near-death experiencer who knows a lot about spirit guides. Her near-death experience and subsequent transformation is documented in her book The Self-Full Life: A True Story That Will Help Your Soul Remember where she deals extensively with spirit guides. According to Abernathy, long before we […]