Review of Reviews,  6 (1892), 146–47.

How We Feel When We Die. Two Remarkable Experiences




Publications abstracted:

Frederic W H Myers Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research


Psychical Research, Eschatology, Soul

    After examining the testimony of an American surgeon and a Huguenot professor, concludes that the 'moral of both these stories seems to be that what we call dying is no more death than the changing of a suit of clothes is dying. The earthly house of this tabernacle is dissolved, but the soul goes on living just the same as before, only under different circumstances' (147).

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