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THE UNEXPLAINED: San Francisco Conference on proof of afterlife

Posted May 22 2009 11:55pm

Petra (Jordan)
Forever Family Foundation, a non-profit, non-sectarian organization that supports the premise that life does not end with physical death, has announced a groundbreaking conference that will bring together world renowned scientists, medical doctors, researchers, and mediums with a goal of educating the general public.

The conference, scheduled for January 19-20, 2008 at the Cowell Theater at Fort Mason Center, will help raise awareness among the general public about the extensive research of consciousness and its implications that we survive our physical deaths.

“This will be the first scientific conference of its kind geared to general audiences,” said Robert Ginsberg, co-founder of Forever Family Foundation.

“One of our goals at Forever Family Foundation is to further the understanding of life after physical death.

“Mainstream science has historically ignored the study of consciousness, and we have brought together experts who are at the forefront of such research who will present evidence that our minds are not dependent on our brains.”

The two-day conference is designed for the public rather than a scientific audience.

Speakers will present bodies of evidence on near-death experiences, reincarnation, the nature of consciousness, quantum physics, ghosts and apparitions, afterlife encounters, mediumship, and other phenomena that suggest an existence beyond our physical lives.

“It is time for the scientific community to bring survival of consciousness research out of the labs, files, peer review journals, and private conferences,” said Dianne Arcangel, President of Forever Family Foundation.

“By bringing our findings into the public arena, we offer comfort to the bereaved as well as necessary education and hope to the masses.”

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