Proof of Heaven with Dr Eben Alexander – A Neurosurgeon’s Journey into the Afterlife

thespiritguides.co.uk Proof of Heaven with Dr Eben Alexander – A Neurosurgeon’s Journey into the Afterlife Hello and welcome to the Spirit Guides.co.uk Network Radio Show, with your host, Mark Chatterton. Today we are privileged to have on the show, Dr Eben Alexander from the United States. His book, “Proof of Heaven –A Neurosurgeon’s Journey into the Afterlife” has been causing waves on both sides of the Atlantic since it was published in October. Back in November 2008 Dr Alexander was living his life, working as a neurosurgeon at a hospital in Virginia. Then he mysteriously contracted bacterial meningitis, which virtually killed him. Yet after being in a coma for seven days, he recovered completely and was able to recount his near death experience. Dr Alexander has written down all that he experienced in his book, which we will be discussing tonight, as well as Dr Alexander’s views on death and indeed life beyond death. So a warm welcome to you Dr Alexander. First of all I would like to talk about what death actually is. In your book, you go into detail about what death is, which I understand is not so much about the heart stopping beating, but more about the brain ceasing to function. Is that correct? You begin on the other side experiencing a dark, muddy state of existence which you call “the realm of the earthworm’s eye view”. Could this be what some people think of as “hell” or would you see it as a different place to that? After that you were taken up to the light

What type of college should I look into for a career in making album art?

Question by stabmyback94: What type of college should I look into for a career in making album art?
I’ve been thinking about college recently and I know I want to be in an art related field, specifically I’m thinking about making album art for CDs, but I’m not sure what sort of a degree I need to be looking into… If anybody has any idea, please let me know.

Thanks.

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Answer by originalkippyj
Try finding a college with both a good fine arts program and a good graphic arts program.

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What colleges can I get into on the east coast with a 2.3 GPA?

Question by sarah s: What colleges can I get into on the east coast with a 2.3 GPA?
I’m a junior right now and my overall GPA is a 2.3. What colleges can I get into on the east coast? I’m also thinking of applying to some colleges in West Virginia, North and South Carolina and Pennsylvania. Which ones could I apply to? And please no community colleges.

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Answer by KristenK
I would check into some community colleges. You can get your basics completed and then transfer to a State University or a University that specializes in the degree you want. While at the community college you can get your GPA up and it its a smaller atmosphere allowing you to have a closer relationship with your professors(a plus), class sizes are smaller and you can reduce your cost by living at home.

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Blessings

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Ladies Invest into Yourself – (TEOM Episode 10)

Author Corey Guyton speaks on the topic “Ladies Invest into Yourself”. Corey Guyton is a young energetic speaker and author who is breaking onto the national scene speaking to young women and men about college dating and academic success. He wrote a book titled, “Through the Eyes of a Man: The Truth about College Dating Revealed to Women”. His young age (27 years old) allows him to truly connect with today’s college students. Corey has spoken and electrified crowds spreading his message about healthy dating, detecting “game”, and strategies towards building self-respect/esteem. He has spoken at colleges, universities, and conferences throughout the country including Indiana State University (Terre Haute, IN); James Madison University (Harrisonburg, VA); University of Louisville (Louisville, KY); and the state of Indiana Zeta Phi Beta Sorority state conference.
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Is it impossible to get into a University with a GED?

Question by Tarik B: Is it impossible to get into a University with a GED?
Does it make a difference if my scores were really high on the GED and the ACT and SAT. Would a college like Virginia Tech even look twice at my application
So which is more important ACT or SAT?

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Answer by . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . a
Yes it would.

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what colleges in virginia do they only let women into now?

Question by Ashley: what colleges in virginia do they only let women into now?
and wat men college in virginia did they finally let women into recently?

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Answer by Venice Girl
Hollins University (1842)
P.O. Box 9707
Roanoke, VA 24020-1707
(800) 456-9595
www.hollins.edu

Mary Baldwin College
Staunton, VA 24401
(540) 887-7019
www.mbc.edu

Randolph-Macon Woman’s College (1891)
2500 Rivermont Avenue
Lynchburg, VA 24503
(434) 947-8000
www.rmwc.edu

Sweet Briar College (1901)
P.O. Box B
Sweet Briar, VA 24595
(434) 381-6100
www.sbc.edu
Washington D. C.

And Randolph-Macon Woman’s College will begin admitting men in 2007.

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is Radford University all to hard to get into?

Question by 69NovaSS: is Radford University all to hard to get into?
I have like a 2.8 avg at Virginia western. Trying to pursue a bachelors in Buisness managment but do i have to have a associates before I can get in or can I finish my classes there for an associates and then pursue the bachelors?

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Answer by Jared P
You don’t need to have an associates before you transfer, but it will help your cause if you do. Radford does not offer an associates, but you can get your bachelors in BM there. If you have a B.A. nobody will worry about the associates degree. It’s not extremely hard to get into, but there is some competition. You may want to work a little and get your gpa up.

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How difficult is to get into the University of Virginia for an out of state student?

Question by Jack P: How difficult is to get into the University of Virginia for an out of state student?
Hey Guys,

I was wondering what is the acceptance rate for University of Virginia. I am an out of state student living in Texas and UVA is one of my dream schools. Here are my stats:

Grade: Senior (class of 2011)
Race: Sri Lankan (Asian Minority)
Rank: 28/600
GPA: 3.92 unweighed (I don’t know my weighed)
School/Class Type: Public/Mostly Competitive
SAT: 1800 (620 M, 580 CR, 600 W)
ACT: 31
SAT II’s: 650 (Math Level 2), 620 (US History)
AP: 4’s and 3’s (US History, English Literature, English Language, World History)
Extra-Curriculars: Business Professionals Of America (Vice President), HOSA, JSA (Founder of chapter), National Honor Society, Aerospace Club (Founder), Math Club, Chess Club, Student Council (Community Service Chair), Asian-American Students Association (historian), Youth Leadership Organization (President/Founder), Intern with FUNCEDESCRI Organization (Raise money for malnourished countries like Guatemala), Varsity Cross Country, Varsity Soccer (Captain)
Honors/Awards: Nominated to join the National Youth Leadership Forum on National Defense, Participated and Nominated in NASA Texas Aerospace Scholars Program, AP Scholar, Honor Roll, 2nd Place BPA Regionals for Video Production/Financial Math, 6th Place UIL Academics Competition District for Social Studies and Current Events
Community Service: Volunteer with JPS Health Network Hospital, Carter Bloodcare Blood Drives, and Public Library (275+ Hours and counting)
Senior Courseload: AP Biology, AP Physics C, AP Calculus AB & BC (block class), AP Government, AP Macroeconomics, Engineering Design, Soccer, Independent Study in AP Microeconomics
Possible Hooks: First Generation College Student

I am planning to major in either history or political thought/social thought. Another question I had was do out of state admittances mostly come from the south (texas, louisiana, georgia etc) or eastern united states (delaware, maryland, pennsylvania)?

Thanks

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Answer by Scott H
2009 Entering Freshman Class:
21,839 applications
6,775 offers of admission
3,308 students enrolling
88.5 percent of enrolling students ranked in top tenth of class
1250-1430 middle half of class SAT I

So, it looks like 15% of those that apply actually get to enroll and your 1200 SAT is a little below middle of the pack (they don’t count the writing score in their advertised SAT scores).

Also, if I remember correctly, only about a third of the enrollment spots are available for out of state students.

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What are the requierments to get into these colleges?

Question by Mike65: What are the requierments to get into these colleges?
like what kind of gpa would somebody need. and what kind of SAT scores? i live in nj.

Uconn, Boston College, Virginia Tech, Rutgers, northeastern, rider, and penn state

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Answer by ConansOwner
You need to contact the Admissions office at each school.

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