ASSOCIATION FOR EVALUATION AND COMMUNICATION OF EVIDENCE FOR SURVIVAL
 
"The truth of immortality may ultimately prove itself to be the only cornerstone upon which a decent and humane society can really depend."
– H. Westwood, D.D., There Is a Psychic World, 1949.

Evidence for an afterlife comes from many types of experiences. Cases in the Survival Top 40 tend to involve the transfer of information via language, symbol, or signal. This section is concerned with other aspects of evidence, aspects that might or might not strengthen a case. Only the significance and implications of the evidence are discussed herein. The validity of such evidence is explored in many books and documents listed in the AECES Library.


Commentaries and Articles

Current Topics


•  OBEs During NDEs

•  Physical Phenomena in Séances

•  Materializations of Spirits


•  NDAs / Death-Bed Visions




Potential Topics


•  Predictions and Prophecies


•  Electronic Voice


•  Cross Correspondences


•  Healing


•  Transcendent Talents

Links to documents of exceptional value on other sites.

The Kluski Paraffin Hands

Submit Your Views

AECES encourages our members to submit thoughtful expressions of well-informed opinions on these topics. Critiques, comments, elaborations, and kudos are all welcome. Length may be from a single paragraph up to two or three pages.

This not the place to present evidence, this is the place to examine the ramifications of phenomena. You may reference a case to make a point, but assume that the reader is familiar with it and do not describe it in any detail. If you want to tell the world about an especially convincing case or occurrence, make a suggestion for the Survival Top 40.

The author's name will be published along with the submitted material. To join AECES for free, click here. Attach submissions to an e-mail to aeces@mail.com.

Fine Print: This is not a blog. Submissions are subject to approval of AECES staff and may be rejected or edited for grammar and conciseness. Hyperlinks may be added where appropriate. By submitting an item the submitter certifies his or her ownership of the right to publish that item, and conveys that right to AECES. We are an all-volunteer organization, so no compensation will be paid for submissions. We will only accept submissions from registered members of AECES.

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