Raymond Moody UNLV Chair of Consciousness Studies Part 2





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Published on Mar 5, 2011

Ok Ok Ok, another great Raymond story.
It was at the First International Association of Near Death Studies truly International Conference, in Washington DC.
Dignitaries from all over the world. Camera crews from Japan, Eastern Europe. A great venue, a wonderful banquet.
A conference filled with inspiriational speakers.

A now, Raymond. The Father of Near Death Studies! To lecture on his establishment of a science, coining the term Near Death Experiences.
Everyone was listening, he would summarize his many years of near death research, give that ultimate talk in which he reflects on the beginnings of the field to its glorious present!
The hall was packed, the cameras rolling, the scribes scribing, the cameras flashing:

Drum Roll: And NOWWWWW The Father of Near Death Research: RAAAAYMOND MOODY!

Uh, unfortunately, that's not how Raymond Rolls. He is an innovator, he is over the next hill, when we finally catch up to him, he winks and bounds up the next mountain.
Raymond didn't want to talk about near death research that night. He told us that in the first few minutes. He says: "Everyone knows what I have to say".
Now, I want to talk about my new ideas, my new research.

Uh, it was worse than the Beach Boys trying to sing some new songs the audience had never heard before.
It was Mick Jagger giving a concern and not singing "Satisfaction". Even worse, Mick saying "oh this is going to be all new acoustic Folk Ballard's I wrote last night, just special for all of you. I know you will love them."
I talked to Raymond for hours later that night. He honestly didn't get why no one wanted to hear about his new research.
And that's all I have to say about that.

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