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Dr. Raymond Moody | Near Death Experience, Nonsense Logic, & Storming The Afterlife

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Raymond A. Moody Jr, Ph.D., MD is a world-renowned scholar, lecturer, and researcher, and is widely recognized as the leading authority on near-death experiences as he coined the term NDE. He is the bestselling author of many books, including Life After LifeGlimpses of EternityThe Light Beyond, and Coming Back. Dr. Moody’s work profoundly illuminates our understanding of death, dying and grief and offers compelling answers to the question: Is there an afterlife?

Check out his website Life After Life for more.

PLUS Content

  • Comparing entity encounters to NDEs.
  • Consciousness and decapitation.
  • Bargaining with the Supreme Being.
  • Life story & reincarnation.
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I’m really happy to see you touch on this subject in depth, Russ 😜


Really enjoyed this special chat. 💯


On a less cheeky note, you really did honor Dr. Moody in this interview, I’ve listened to dozens and dozens of interviews with him and you did respectfully steer this ship in the right direction. This kind of episode is why I became a plus member. Thanks Greg, keep it going brother.


I agree. I have listened on other podcasts to many of the guests Greg has interviewed, and I always find Greg's line of questioning to be the best for me.

Timothy Clark

Great show!! Love the topic! Thanks Russ.

Nikki Carnarius

I recently watched the new Adam Curtis documentary series, and as he described the popular political and economic ideologies of the last 70 years, I was struck by how none of them acknowledged the afterlife or the soul. The knowledge of the afterlife on a mass scale would, I have to think, change the way people choose to live their lives whether they're in power or an average citizen. I remember how in the game of saturn episode, you discussed how people in power could use hidden wisdom to continually be reincarnated into the same bloodline. I feel like people like that would have a vested interest in suppressing the knowledge of the afterlife and reincarnation from the average person. (just to add some conspiracy flair!) 


Another great episode Russ, thanks!!!!


Great show, Russ 🥸 

Abdul Ahmad

When I first saw the subject matter, the first thing that came to my mind was, “Oh… just more NDE accounts. Well life ‘is’ a Near Death Experience. Death is always near when attention is engaged in the midst of Living.”

And then you both kind of took it there with the nonsense conversation.

Wasn’t what I initially expected… nice.


I really appreciated this episode, it was a much needed reminder.  Your rhythm of shows have been spot on, keep up the good work! 


bahahaaa well somebody’s got a new nickname now don’t we Russ? i prefer the more formal Russell. and what a pro you were to let that slide. but dammit this is the kind of show that i wish could go and on. more like it please. i so very agree that in general people are unable or unwilling to discourse and that it’s sadly a dying skill, just like writing in the cursive with actual pen and paper. i’m a little older than you (early 50’s) but from a time pre cell phone. we could smoke inside at restaurants and enjoy an evening with a full bottle of something and discuss concepts/art/the piece of shit modern dance we just saw or whatever it was. or by a good ole bon fire with spitz and some beers and having these same chats about this very topic. yes higherfireside chats. this conversation was also one where i was screaming at the computer begging to have my questions asked. you mostly did! but with every point raised 5 more popped up. as well a perfectly timed reprieve from covid bullshit. well anyway ,,,, long time listener, first time commenter, fairly new member and proud HSC tee shirt owner. so glad to be a part. thank you sir. cheers from just up coast from you here in Kanada.


WHERE IS GREG, RUSSELL? Did you really think you would get away with this??? That The THC Buds (or) Higherside Ridas(nickname still being workshopped) wouldn't spot your fraudulent, fugazi ASS?!? Us isn't dumb!  I don't know who you think you are trying to Deebo Greg's voice, interview technique & goddamn livelihood but if he isn't back by next show all Hellfyre and Brimstone will be unleashed upon thy forehead. Do the right thing, Russ. 


I read Life after life in high school! And I am no youngster! What a major get for you on your show. Well deserved


I can't believe you got raymond moody!! Wow, what a treat. This podcast is like fine wine.


Great episode!  I have no previous experience with or interest in NDEs but the stellar quality of this conversation was super interesting and provocative.  I am going to have to buy the audiobook version of his nonsense book…


Uni-Verse, One-Song. You are the story, love it. 

Denise Denton

I’m sitting with my father as he lies in hospital bed~ he’s dying and he knows it.

asked me to get him dressed in church clothes last night as he was going home. 


The saga of a peaceful man….


I love this podcast!! This episode was beautiful and aligned with some personal synchronicities. Blessings to you (Russ) and Dr. Moody as we each traverse the aether.


Awesome! Man. THC is really keeping me going these days while I'm bored out of my mind, in a work-from-home Groundhog Day. So weird, I've actually been thinking a lot about nonsense lately.  

I haven't had a NDE. But, I did have a dream a year after my older brother died. The dream was more real than I'm sitting here typing this. I found myself in the location where my brother's spirit/consciousness went when he left this world. He appeared 2 inches away from my face, I was in shock/disbelief. I talked to him, I felt the muscles in his back when I hugged him, his voice was audible in my ears, there were things that clearly signaled to me (like shared memories that only he and I would know) that it really was him, to ensure I'd know I was awake in the dream. We talked about his death, I asked him what he has been doing and he said "I've been here, studying."  I've never felt a single moment of grief or sadness over his death – or even missed him at all, since that day. It's so weird. My family still struggles with missing him, but I don't in the slightest. And I was probably the closest to him since we were the closest in age. 

I'm about to hit play and listen to this one a second time. What I wouldn't give to go back in time and take Dr Moody's university course on nonsense logic. Definitely going to buy his books. 

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