|Out-of-Body Experiences are not Evidence for Survival|
|Source: Martin & Augustine - The Myth of an Afterlife, Part 4, Chapter 24|
|Paper - Abstract|
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This paper reviews the evidence that something leaves the body during out-of-body experiences2 (OBEs) and thus could potentially survive death. First, during OBEs people can purportedly see things at a distance without using the recognized senses. Second, some claim that the double or astral body can be detected. Finally, there is evidence from OBEs3 occurring near death. This paper evaluates each in turn.
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