InPresence 215Evidence for Postmortem Survival of Consciousness

jeffrey mishlove


Bigelow competition Blavatsky E. W. Stevens evidence Immortal Remains Leonora Piper living agent psi Lurancy Vennum Mary Roff Richard Hodgson Stephen Braude Watseka Wonder William James

Jeffrey Mishlove continues to engage himself in a dialogical interview. Here he discusses the question of what would constitute good evidence for the survival of human consciousness after the permanent death of the body. He notes that the alternative hypothesis of Living Agent Psi (LAP) will probably confound every possible interpretation of even the best evidence – if we view the problem strictly logically. He discusses a crucial experience of afterlife communication that changed his life in 1972. He also discusses the nineteenth century case of the “Watseka Wonder”.

(Recorded on February 4, 2021)

Published on February 11, 2021