What the evidence shows about ten common beliefs about what happens when we die.
Victor James Zammit has a B.A. in Psychology, Graduate Diploma in Education, M.A. in Legal History and Constitutional Law, Bachelor of Laws degree, and Ph.D. in law. He is a retired attorney (solicitor/barrister) of the Supreme Court of the New South Wales and the High Court of Australia. Wendy Zammit has a B.A. in psychology, English, and history, a Dip. Ed. Syd., and an M.A. in history from the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Victor and Wendy are co-authors of A Lawyer Presents the Evidence for the Afterlife.
After many years as an open-minded skeptic he had a number of repeated psychic and mediumistic experiences which set him questioning, reading and researching. Adopting a scientific criterion, Victor was able to select that information which could withstand and pass the many rigid tests of repeatability and objectivity.
Victor and his partner Wendy are now full-time writers and researchers on empirical evidence for the afterlife. Their book, A Lawyer Presents the Evidence for the Afterlife, now a best selling book on Amazon, is widely acclaimed as one of the clearest and most complete reviews of the evidence for the afterlife. Their extensively researched free weekly newsletter on afterlife evidence and afterlife communication is read by thousands of people around the world.
This is Victor’s description of their joint presentation:
Over the last few decades we put a lot of emphasis on “proving the afterlife.” But what has recently emerged, is the shock realisation that atheists in the United States make up only some 5 percent of the population. But those with very powerful traditional beliefs about punishment, judgment and the afterlife make up a much greater percentage of those who oppose communication with the afterlife.
There is an urgent need to educate the public on what the evidence shows really happens when we cross over, and the implications of that for how we live our lives.
Victor will be speaking about how credible evidence taken from many different areas of credible afterlife investigation is in total agreement. This evidence completely contradicts some of the most commonly held beliefs about the afterlife including eternal damnation, deathbed repentance and the last judgement.