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The Australian Afterlife Explorers Conference – January 2015

By on November 8, 2014
The Afterlife Explorers Conference

Why is it so noble and respectable to find whence man came, and so suspicious and dishonourable to ask and ascertain whither he goes?

   James Hyslop

Death is one of life’s greatest mysteries. Do we really die, or do we have a soul that lives on apart from the body? Join the Australian Afterlife Explorers Conference to discover and explore, through western science and spirituality, fascinating knowledge and evidence relating to the progression of the soul and the continuity of consciousness after physical death.

The Australian Afterlife Explorers Conference 

VENUE: Parramatte RSL Club Sydney DATES: January 24th-26th 2015  TIME: 9.30 am – 6pm Daily

COSTS: $260 Three Day Pass –  $95 One Day Pass

 I have a sense that this could be a very interesting conference knowing a couple of people who are organising and presenting at it. Afterlife Explorers Conference Speakers    –   You can read more about Barry Eaton here on The End Of Life Matters and Victor and Wendy Zammit here also on THe End of Life Matters


Below are some interesting links they will give you when you go to the Conference Website

10 Reasons That There May Be an Afterlife

“Here’s a cheerful thought for you: You’re going to die. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but one day your brain will shut down, your heart will stop beating, and you’ll fall into an endless nothing from which no one can ever return. Depressing thought, huh? Or is it? While most of us may think death is the ultimate end, there’s plenty of evidence out there to suggest otherwise. And while we’re not prepared to call it conclusive, it does make you start to wonder whether death really is the grand finale we think it is. ” Morris M Feb 15 2014

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Death

“When my brother Billy woke me three weeks after he died, describing what was happening to him in the afterlife, I thought maybe I had gone a little crazy. How could my bad-boy brother, who died a tragic death, who had problems with addiction all his life, who didn’t live what most people would call a successful life, how could he be sharing secrets about life’s greatest mystery from another dimension? But as time passed, my skepticism turned to wonder as Billy taught me all about death.” Annie Kagan OM Times



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