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This is a remarkable work about Sir Oliver Lodge's son, Raymond who was killed in WWI and how Lodge was able to communicate with his son after death. It will impart much hope and solace to anyone who has had a loved one pass over to the Great Beyond. This is a remarkable work about Sir Oliver Lodge's son, Raymond who was killed in WWI and how Lodge was able to communicate with his son after death. It will impart much hope and solace to anyone who has had a loved one pass over to the Great Beyond.


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This is a remarkable work about Sir Oliver Lodge's son, Raymond who was killed in WWI and how Lodge was able to communicate with his son after death. It will impart much hope and solace to anyone who has had a loved one pass over to the Great Beyond. This is a remarkable work about Sir Oliver Lodge's son, Raymond who was killed in WWI and how Lodge was able to communicate with his son after death. It will impart much hope and solace to anyone who has had a loved one pass over to the Great Beyond.

40 review for Raymond or Life and Death: With Examples of the Evidence for Survival of Memory and Affection After Death

  1. 4 out of 5

    Squaddiebear

    First edition published by Doran in 1916, (the book I currently own and still read/refer to regularly) Raymond or life and death is, in my opinion, without doubt the definitive book that anyone, even with a passing interest in spiritualism or life after death should read before venturing out on buying any other spiritualist publication Written by Sir Oliver Lodge (1851 - 1940) the world renowned physicist on the death of his son Raymond who died in battle at Ypres in 1915, the book is split into First edition published by Doran in 1916, (the book I currently own and still read/refer to regularly) Raymond or life and death is, in my opinion, without doubt the definitive book that anyone, even with a passing interest in spiritualism or life after death should read before venturing out on buying any other spiritualist publication Written by Sir Oliver Lodge (1851 - 1940) the world renowned physicist on the death of his son Raymond who died in battle at Ypres in 1915, the book is split into two parts,but at every stage each chapter contains clear cross referenced evidence obtained by him of the continuation of life after death. Only factual conclusively proven and cross referenced evidence is put forward - any speculation or 'hypothesis' is rejected and a point of this is made by Lodge in footnotes. A little heavy going at first until (Faunus) it is nevertheless a book which once started is both extremely hard to put down or it's contents disregarded lightly. See also www.fst.org/lodge.htm for further information for reference to this edition. It genuinely is a five star must read!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

    Confession: I only read the first two sections of the book; the letters from the front sent by Raymond and then the evidence presented for communication with him after his death. This book is written by Raymond’s father who was a well-known physicist in the early 20th century. When I started the book, I was totally skeptical I would find convincing evidence of communication with the dead. This a grieving father after all unwilling to believe his son was lost to him forever. But after reading the Confession: I only read the first two sections of the book; the letters from the front sent by Raymond and then the evidence presented for communication with him after his death. This book is written by Raymond’s father who was a well-known physicist in the early 20th century. When I started the book, I was totally skeptical I would find convincing evidence of communication with the dead. This a grieving father after all unwilling to believe his son was lost to him forever. But after reading the evidence chapter, I am totally convinced that these communications did indeed happen and are exactly what they are purported to be. Sir Oliver Lodge is no light-weight, and freely and clearly tells us when he does not think a particular incident is of evidentiary value. The fact that some of the incidents described happened without aid of a medium demonstrating that Raymond could know what was happening in two places at one time, just knocked my socks off. This book is a classic and rightly so. Carl Jung cites this book as being influential in his thinking. If you are interested in what seems to be convincing evidence of communication between the living and the dead, I urge you to give this a try.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Josie Holford

    Utter codswallop. (Raymond's letters from the front are interesting). The rest is nonsense for the gullible. Utter codswallop. (Raymond's letters from the front are interesting). The rest is nonsense for the gullible.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Rob

    I loved this book as it is an area of personal interest to me. The first part was a fascinating insight into the first world war. The second part was full of interesting examples of seances and the third part was about psychology and making sense of the findings. Wish I'd read it years ago. I loved this book as it is an area of personal interest to me. The first part was a fascinating insight into the first world war. The second part was full of interesting examples of seances and the third part was about psychology and making sense of the findings. Wish I'd read it years ago.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Enheduanna

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