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The Miracle of Death

3.88  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  2 reviews
The Miracle of Death is a narrative of one family's extraordinary grief experiences, including precognitive dreams, visions, after-death communications, out-of-body experiences, and synchronistic events surrounding multiple deaths in their family. The sole survivor and narrator is a Western-trained academic who initially struggled to accept realities that ultimately change ...more
Hardcover, 199 pages
Published January 31st 2003 by Kamlak Center
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Dennis Littrell
Aug 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A transforming experience, beautifully articulated

I have known Dr. Kovacs--Betty, of course to all those who know and love her--for--it will be forty years this fall. She has been a teacher to me and a guide. She is a great teller of stories--that ancient form of human expression that, along with myth and ritual, poetry and song, dance and music, speaks to us on a level more immediate than the verbal. That she leaves out mention of this form in her delineation on page six is perhaps a slip of mo
Barbara P
Jan 14, 2012 rated it really liked it
I was talking with a PP friend about life after death and the visions I have had with the deceased. She told me about this book. The author lives in Claremont. It was a most interesting book. Betty Kovacs mother, only child(son) and husband all died in car accidents within a period of three years. The author shares precognitive dreams, visions, and synchronistic events surrounding death that opened her family to multiple levels of reality, the interconnectedness of all life, and the evidence all ...more
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Ph.D., University of California, Irvine in Comparative Literature and Theory of Symbolic Language. Studied and taught literature, mythology, symbolic language in Europe & U.S. Studied spiritual traditions of prehistory and indigenous cultures and worked with shamans from the Amazon and the Andes in Peru. Board of Directors of the Jung Society of Claremont in California for many years. Author of Th ...more

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