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Gregory Shushan has written a very authoritative careful study: "Conceptions of the Afterlife in Early Civilizations" .
[pub]http://www.amazon.ca/Conceptions-Afterlife-Early-Civilizations-Constructivism/dp/1441130888,Conceptions of the Afterlife in Early Civilizations[/pub]

Parallels to the near-death experience are found in Egyptian, Sumerian, Babylonian, Vedic Indian, and pre-Buddhist China

literature as well as pre-Columbian Mesoamerica writings.

This book is a diamond. I got my copy at Amazon.

Scholarly, thoughtful, solid.

I am a retired academic physician who appreciates solid scholarship.
Welcome aboard and thanks for book suggestion

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Thank you rbrtcrrll224 - this is just the kind of book I would enjoy, particularly as it comes recommended for its sound research. If possible I'll download it onto my 3rd Kindle - they only last a year!
Thank you for the suggestion
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