Metaphysics & Psychology
Bigelow Institute's winning life after death essays published
By T.K. Randall
November 27, 2021 · 48 comments
The essays make for some interesting reading. Image Credit: NASA / Bill Ingalls
29 essays detailing the best evidence for life after death have been published and are available to read online.
Back at the beginning of this year, Robert Bigelow, who has often expressed an interest in the UFO phenomenon and whose influence saw the initiation of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), launched a competition with the goal of finding evidence of what happens to us after we die.
Launched through the Bigelow Institute for Consciousness Studies, the contest aimed to encourage scientists, philosophers and other thinkers to pen essays laying down the case for life after death.
Earlier this month we revealed the winners of the competition, which saw prizes of up to $500,000 awarded to the authors of the most convincing essays.
Now, several weeks on from the announcement, all 29 winning essays have been published on the Bigelow Institute's website, enabling anyone to access and read them at their leisure.
"BICS is proud to publish, for the first time, all twenty nine winning essays from the 2021 BICS essay competition," the institute wrote. "None of these essays have been previously published. The essays represent a completely novel body of work that were written specifically for the BICS essay contest."
"We hope these essays collectively provide a valuable resource for researchers and members of the public for presenting the evidence for survival of human consciousness after bodily death."
"As readers study the top three essays authored by Dr. Jeffrey Mishlove, Dr. Pim van Lommel and Dr. Leo Ruickbie, it will become apparent that there is a great variety of approaches that prove the case for survival of human consciousness after bodily death beyond a reasonable doubt."
"The winners were chosen based on the power of the arguments presented and on how persuasively the essays made the case for survival of human consciousness beyond a reasonable doubt."
The winning essays can all be accessed - here
Source: Bigelow Institute
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