Secondary Literature (A documentation of basic scientific research)

PSYCHO-SCIENTIFIC FRONTIERS Selected publications from a variety of subjects of psycho-scientific research. Editor: Rolf Linnemann (Certificated Engineer) * Steinweg 3b * 32108 Bad Salzuflen * Tel. (05222) 6558 Internet : E-Mail : Translator’s email: A documentation of basic scientific research. Theme : A documentation of basic scientific research Secondary literature This documentation is designed to help remove the general ignorance in regards to already existing research results that indicate the natural legalities that apply to life after death. These are legalities and results that are unfortunately only known by a minority. Copying this documentation is emphatically encouraged and it is not subject to any restrictions. Preface by the publisher To contemplate questions about the why of the human existence and the whereto after one’s demise is an arduous task, because the audience that wants to deal with such questions is small. But our world of ideas needs urgent reform in regards to this! In order to develop an ethic of life that can be universally accepted by future generations, mankind must not stop looking for the TRUTH. The TRUTH can however not grow where hearts are hard and minds are unwilling. The TRUTH can only flourish with a receptive spirit, with people that are willing to see the TRUTH and to follow it wherever it may lead. Human beings on Earth are here to fulfil an assignment, something that’s comparable to a pilgrim on an eternal march. Common sense should be the choice of equipment. What is helpful is a healthy and above all, an open mind, ergo common sense. Parts of this equipment can be found in undogmatic literature wherein new thought processes are demonstrated, even if they do not yet fit within the established views of the world. When human beings only live to satisfy the physical demands of their body, they find that their essential characteristics are exposed to malnutrition. A metaphysical deficiency disease, respectively a displacement neurosis develops. This is the fertile ground on which illnesses grown during the epoch of the middle years of one’s life. Only once we make the here and now transparent for the mysterious hereafter that reigns behind and within it, will we stand on the ground of reality! The so-called realist is in fact an illiterate of life, “half a human being” in the literal sense. Research in the field of psycho-scientific frontiers is stagnating, because the achieved results sit uncomfortable. One is convinced that it is of no importance whatsoever to deal with “abstract things” and that to progresses in the search for material things is much easier. But every human being must leave the Earth one day and undertake their great journey. They will than travel to a