IN THE NEWS…
"The story of Colton Burpo is the story of the vast majority of children who have near-death experiences. These children typically see the dead as quite alive, converse with angels, spend time within God's Great Light, see grass singing and animals talking. They come back wiser and more intelligent than before, more sensitive, intuitive, and open. The tragedy of this is parents and medical doctors who believe the child is hallucinating and should be drugged. Nothing could be further from the truth. Millions upon millions of people globally have near-death experiences. These experiencers, young and old, declare that what happened to them was spiritual. Most return knowing God, knowing the real truth of life, knowing they are soul with a job to do."
. . . P. M. H. Atwater, L.H.D., researcher of near-death states since 1978.
Wrote 10 books on her findings, including
Dying to Know You:
Proof of God
in the Near-Death Experience
- due out August, 2014.
LATEST BOOKS BY PMH ATWATER…
PMH Atwater's groundbreaking contributions continued with Near-Death Experiences: The Rest of The Story, examining the phenomena of:
- Group experiences
- “Heaven” and “Hell”
- "Light" encounters
- Aftereffects including unusual or amplified sensitivities
- Spiritual transformations and societal implications
One of the top ten picks of 2011 by Publishers Weekly!
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The past 30 years have seen a quantum leap in the intuitive, creative, and abstract- thinking abilities of children as well as an unprecedented rise in incidences of ADHD, dyslexia, and autism spectrum disorders. As PMH Atwater explains, we are witnessing evolution at work. The changes in consciousness and brain function evident in these “new kids” signal the widespread emergence of the Fifth Root Race and, fortuitously, coincide with our transition into the Fifth World.
PMH Atwater, Nita Moorjani, Eben Alexander, MD, and Mary Neal, MD
at the 2013 IANDS Conference.