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17.13 – MU Podcast

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This week we are joined by author and investigative journalist Leslie Kean to discuss her new book Surviving Death.

Kean, well known for her New York Times best seller ‘UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go on the Record’, reveals stunning and varied evidence suggesting that consciousness survives death and also shares her direct experience of inexplicable phenomena – that had life-changing results.

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  • RenaissanceLady

    Aaron is absolutely correct in his analysis about proof of life after death being an empiric victory. Even allowing for differences between cultures and religions, there is still an underlying fear of death.

    This is needed.

    Without a fear of death, there would be no struggle for life. What is evolution without a struggle for life? If we knew for certain that we would reincarnate or go to heaven, our struggle for life would be diminished.

    On a different note, there are scientists who offer some valid reasoning supporting the theory that consciousness exists after death. The works of Dr. Lanza (about biocentrism and “The Theory of Everything) and Dr. Stuart

    Hameroff are, at least, worth considering.

  • Rain Neko

    At the end you were asking what exactly could be the connetion between after-death experiences and UFOs. I think you should look at the book “Alien interview” by Lawrence Spencer.

  • Titus Rivas

    It seems that Leslie Kean forgot to mention why researchers think that children who remember previous lives are actually recalling their own past incarnations. Children do not simply make a lot of veridical statements about the previous life, but they really identify emotionally from the inside with the person they claim to have been, they long for that person’s loved ones or surroundings, etc. This cannot be explained by ESP as it would require a motive for the children to do so. In other words, it is not just a matter of paranormal information, but of a strong emotional identification that often continues for years. Usually, the children are not psychically gifted, by the way. So we basically have two options: accepting that reincarnation is real and that some children recall their previous lives, or accepting that the psychology of these children is simply completely bizarre. (I haven’t mentioned paranormal birthmarks and birth defects or skills, which add a lot of weight to the reincarnation hypothesis.)

  • Kelly C

    New movie on Netflix called “The Discovery” I think you both would enjoy.

    “In the near future, due to a breakthrough scientific discovery by Dr. Thomas Harbor, there is now definitive proof of an afterlife. While countless people have chosen suicide to reset their existence, others try to decide what it all means. Among them is Dr. Harbor’s son Will, who has arrived at his father’s isolated compound with a mysterious young woman named Isla. There, they discover the strange acolytes who help Dr. Harbor with his experiments.”

  • Michael Edwards

    This fantastic podcast encouraged me to get Leslie Kean’s book on Audible. I am listening to it with fascination and delight. Thank you.