The Cult of Dionysos And the Origins of Belief in Life After Death: Implications for Survival Research

 

Author: Michael Grosso
Date: 1978

Michael Grosso explains in this paper his view that there are at least two experiential origins of the belief in life after death. The first, and probably the most widespread, involves a type of external observation: e.g., images of deceased persons "observed" in dreams, waking apparitions of the dead, mediumistic behaviors and reincarnation memories suggestive of survival.

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