Our speaker at this month’s IANDS meeting will be Bill English, president of the Utah Chapter of IANDS. Nearly everyone who attends IANDS has heard Bill explain the nature of the near-death experience, and the purposes of the International Association for Near-Death Studies, one of which is to learn from those who have had an NDE.
In July 1991, Bill and his brother, Bob, were riding their ATVs in the sand dunes near Saint Anthony, Idaho. Bill’s machine threw him and he landed on his head, breaking his back. After removal by helicopter to a local hospital, and later being transport to the U of U Medical Center, Bill’s medical emergency deepened. His brother was told that Bill probably would not live, and if he did live he would be paralyzed and need help for the rest of his life. Bill was comatose for over four weeks. During that time he had two out-of-body experiences.
We invite you to come and hear the experience that first gave Bill his insight into the nature of the NDE and the reality and nature of the afterlife, family connections beyond the grave, and the operation of healing and other powers on both sides of the veil.