Christophor Coppes holds a PhD in economics and has worked for many years in the banking industry. His interest in near-death experiences dates to 1979, when he read Raymond Moody's Life After Life. A few years ago, he wrote a book in which he compares the essence of NDEs with those of five world religions. In 2008, he became president of the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) in the Netherlands. Christophor is a board member of the Society for Worldwide Dentistry and has participated in dental projects for underprivileged school children in Kenya and Cambodia. He lives in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Coppes has written a book that we would do well to read in ordinary
times, but one that we must absolutely read in these extraordinary
times. It gives key insights into what's wrong, why, and what we
can do about it. And the source of this insight is nothing less
than the experiences of people who reached the portals of death and
came back to tell us about what they saw and heard and
--Ervin Laszlo, founder of the Club of Budapest and author of Science and the Akashic Field
This book plainly shows that denying the spiritual values
inherent in NDEs contributed to the worldwide economic calamity. In
this sense, this book gives an amazing insight into how we can best
change our behavior.
--Raymond Moody, MD, author of Life After Life Messages From the Light provides not only detailed reports from hundreds of people who have had near-death experiences, but gives the context on why such experiences occur, and the deeper messages that are being conveyed, not just to those who experience near death, but to all of us, whatever our personal belief system.
--William Gladstone, international best-selling author of The Twelve-- "Reviews"