By Brad Steiger
In 14 chapters, those volumes hide huge strategies from ''Afterlife Mysteries'' to ''Invaders from Outer Space.'' each one bankruptcy starts with an summary and an summary of the themes and subtopics which are coated. in the chapters, entries are regularly prepared in alphabetical order. each one ends with yet another analyzing checklist referred to as ''Delving Deeper.'' Glossaries are appended to every bankruptcy and cumulated in quantity three. Occasional cross-references seem in daring kind in the textual content to refer the reader to different entries, yet because the set doesn't have a strict A-Z association, one needs to use the index to figure out the place these entries can be found. due to the set's topical association, the index is key.
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It is far more wonderful than any person could ever imagine. “All who obey God and the Apostle are in the company of those on whom is the grace of God—of the Prophets who teach, the sincere lovers of Truth, the witnesses [martyrs] who testify, and the righteous who do good: Ah! ” Interestingly, Yahweh also bestows the breath of life into the animals that flourished in the Garden of Eden, and they, too, are considered living souls. Nephesh is closely associated with blood, the life-substance, which is drained away from the body at death, thus establishing in Hebrew tradition the recognition that a living person is a composite entity made up of flesh and nephesh, the spiritual essence.
A Practical Guide to Death and Dying. : Theosophical Publishing House, 1988. Willis-Brandon, Carla. One Last Hug Before I Go: The Mystery and Meaning of Deathbed Visions. : Health Communications, 2000. “TO fear death, gentlemen, is nothing other than to think oneself wise when one is not; for it is to think one knows what one does not know. ” —SOCRATES In his A Practical Guide to Death and Dying, (1988) author John W. White, a founding member of the International Association for Near-Death Studies, quotes the philosopher Socrates’ (c.
Statement just before drinking the hemlock that would kill him: “To fear death, gentlemen, is nothing other than to think oneself wise when one is not; for it is to think one knows what one does not know. ” White states that, in his opinion, the current research on death and dying indicates that one’s personality will survive death of the body and, in all likelihood, will be reincarnated. “Death challenges us to find the meaning of life,” he writes, “and with it, genuine happiness. It is nature’s way of goading us to discover our true condition, our real self—beyond the transience and ephemerality of this material world.
Gale Encyclopedia of the Unusual and Unexplained [3 Volume Set] by Brad Steiger