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Publisher Azinet Press
Author: Theodore Goldsmith
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Do you survive the death of your physical body? What is the nature of the next body and universe you will inhabit? There is growing evidence that human beings possess a series of very high frequency (currently invisible) electromagnetic bodies that survive the death of our physical bodies. These bodies have sometimes been referred to as "bioplasma" bodies by leading contemporary metaphysicists and "subtle bodies" in the general metaphysical literature.

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