Even with all the advancements in technology and the knowledge we have gained, we still know little about near-death experiences and the afterlife.

In this episode, Brent Mekosh is joined by Paul Perry, best-selling author and founder of Sakkara Productions, and Dr. Raymond Moody, renowned author, professor, public speaker, and creator of the term ‘near-death experience.’ Together, they explore what happens after death, the concept of near-death experiences, and the idea of an afterlife.

Dr. Moody and Paul discuss:

  • How Dr. Raymond was introduced to the study of near-death experiences and the afterlife
  • What are some common themes in near-death experiences
  • How shared death experiences can occur to those near someone who may pass away
  • How has their research changed their worldview
  • And more!


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About Paul Perry:

Paul Perry is the co-author of several New York Times bestsellers, including Closer to the Light, Transformed by the Light, and Saved by the Light, which was made into a popular movie by Fox-TV. His work has appeared in National Geographic Adventure, Outside Magazine, Reader’s Digest, and several other popular periodicals. His books have been published in more than 30 languages around the world. Paul is also a documentary filmmaker whose work has appeared on worldwide television.

In 1986, Paul’s interest in the effects and meaning of near-death experiences led him to a professional involvement with Dr. Raymond Moody, considered to be the founder of near-death studies.

About Dr. Raymond Moody:

In 1975, Dr. Raymond Moody coined the term ‘near-death experience’ in his book Life After Life. For half a century, he has researched some of life’s greatest mysteries. As both a Ph.D. in philosophy and an MD, Dr. Raymond has had a strong interest in how medical realities intersect with the ineffable realm of philosophy. In his multiple roles as author, professor, public speaker, and grief counselor, he has heard thousands of accounts of near-death, shared death, and after-death experiences. Dr. Raymond never expected that his interest in the afterlife would become such a focus of his life’s work, but it has led him to great associations, friendships, and insights.