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Oliver Sacks On The Neurology Of Seeing God
"Both [Out-of-Body Experiences and Near-Death Experiences] ... cause hallucinations so vivid and compelling that those who experience them may deny the term hallucination, and insist on their reality. ... But the fundamental reason that hallucinations - whatever their cause or modality - seem so real is that they deploy the very same systems in the brain that actual perceptions do. The Atlantic 12/12/12
Posted December 14, 2012 12:42 AM




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