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Soul Division: Evidence of Independent Functioning of the Conscious and Unconscious during NDEs
Peter Novak

For millennia, The Ancient world possessed something that modern culture does not namely, widespread agreement on the nature of death and the afterlife. From Egypt to China to Australia to Alaska, cultures believed that each individual had not one, but two souls, which would permanently separate apart at death unless steps were taken to prevent this division. The ancient world's descriptions of these two souls were often strikingly similar to modern science's descriptions of the conscious and unconscious halves of the human psyche. Modern NDE reports, also seem to reflect just such a division. The "Darkness" stage seems to be perceived or experienced exclusively through the lens of the conscious half of the psyche, while the "Light" stage seems to be experienced exclusively through the unconscious.

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