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Global Shared Death Experiences as Evolutionary Triggers — Authors, Dr. Raymond Moody and Dr. John Turner
For decades, we've seen how cheesy Hollywood films paint a barbaric post-apocalypse world where humanity devolves into a violent abyss.
Consider this. The Black Death in the mid 14th century Europe, claimed some sixty percent of the population. Is this what 2012 will do to us as well and could it cause us to plunge into another Dark Age?
On the other hand, from the ashes of the Black Death event the European Renaissance of the 14th–17th centuries rose up like a magnificent Phoenix.
Perhaps the real point of human evolution in this case was best defined by Nietzsche with his most memorable quote. "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger." With this in mind, how could a post-2012 cataclysm trigger a positive human evolutionary event?
To answer that question, two distinguished physicians and authors, Dr. Raymond Moody and Dr. John Turner join Marshall for a broad discussion of how this much death could change our species. What makes this interview so special is that they speak openly and in a way that we seldom if ever hear from physicians and scientists. It's why you want to know these men and what they have to say.
The author of the New York Times bestseller, Life After Life with over 14 million copies sold, Dr. Moody just published his latest effort, Glimpses of Eternity: Sharing a Loved One's Passage from this Life to the Next. As a medical Doctor, forensic psychologist, grief counselor and philosopher, he brings a history of field work and a critical eye to the discussion.
The author of Medicine, Miracles, and Manifestations: A Doctor's Journey Through the Worlds of Divine Intervention, Near-Death Experiences and Universal Energy, this is Dr. Turner's second appearance on Cut to the Chase. His first was in September 2009 in a show titled, Moment of Death Intelligence (MODINT). A neurosurgeon by profession, what inspired him to follow his path, was the readings of American psychic, Edgar Cayce.
In this unforgettable interview, you'll hear insights from the front lines of life and death, about how a global cataclysm could actually create a first-of-a-kind trigger for human evolution, vies-a-vies a global shared death experience. One in which so many lose their lives so quickly, that all who survive the ordeal are the meek. Not as the word is defined today, but as it was used in the days when the Bible was written.