At last a new book has been published setting out the secular scientific case for survival after death. This former stage magician tells us everything that his fellow magician James Randi is very careful not to tell us. The only difference is that Randi has been given total freedom of all media outlets to state his case for oblivion, and Webster is never allowed to give a balance in the "free" country of Great Britain.
To quote Voltaire:
"...and this is how things will remain all the time good people continue to do nothing."
Only giving the scientific case for oblivion, without any balance, is also against Article 19 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The British public are only allowed access to one expert opinion - the thoughts of Dr. Richard Wiseman and Dr. Susan Blackmore, professional debunkers, who have started from the base that the mind and brain are the same. The other expert opinion, a separate mind and brain, as put forward by our pioneers of radio and television, Sir William Crookes, Sir Oliver Lodge & John Logie Baird, is not only censored in Britain, but also in most other countries!
"The resistance to new ideas increase by the square of their importance."
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What I found was the clarity in the way in which James expresses himself in talking with him and in the written word. The anecdotal stories he relates are so vivid and evidentual which makes them so striking. They capture the imagination of the individual reading the material and I find it so refreshing instead of the questionable, bland and run-of-the-mill reporting we get so much of today. The writing is quite riveting and I think the evidence stands up for itself.
James is one of the very few I have met who, when I have listened to him, have found so absorbing. I feel that the reader needs something to make them think, and capture their imagination, and really drive home the value of good evidence on this so important subject. This book will certainly help to fill that need.
I certainly endorse Life Is ForEver and hope it will be the forerunner of further books by James Webster in the future.
Alan E. Crossley