For the 5th consecutive year, Nancy Zingrone and Carlos Alvarado have organized the massive, open, online course (MOOC), “Parapsychology: Research and Theory” (a.k.a., ParaMOOC2019). This year, they’re focusing on the topic of survival after death.
www.WizIQ.com, a social media teaching platform
Saturdays and Sundays, April 7 – May 19, 2019
Lectures will include the topics of Near-Death Experiences, Past-Life Experiences, Apparitions, Mind-Body Independence, and Terminal Lucidity
On May 4th, Julie Beischel will present “The Four Types of After-Death Communication Experiences (ADCs)” through ParaMOOC2019.
Abstract: Four main categories of after-death communication experiences (ADCs) exist: spontaneous, facilitated, requested, and assisted. Spontaneous ADCs occur unexpectedly and uninvited. Facilitated ADCs occur during a specific established protocol and with the direction of a trained facilitator. Requested ADCs occur as the result of the experiencer engaging in specific practices (other than the facilitated experiences described above), employing technological or other physical apparatuses, inviting the deceased to communicate, or simply intending that the experience occur. Assisted ADCs involve receiving messages from the deceased through a psychic medium who directly experiences the communication and shares the messages received with the living.
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