• Peter Panagore Speaks on “Near Death Experience”

  • friends_vbiands“Life supporting waves of bliss
    Mother Divine’s precious kiss
    Brings with love the light of wisdom
    And the gift of eternal freedom”

    “All This is That” -The Beach Boys

    Virginia Beach Friends of the International Association for Near-Death Studies is a local non-profit organization dedicated to the support of those who have had a Near-Death Experience (NDE), Out-of-Body Experience (OBE), or other Spiritually Transformative Experience (STE), as well as those who are interested in learning more about NDEs, OBEs, or STEs.

    They fulfill their mission through a monthly speaker meeting, weekly sharing group meetings, maintaining a study and lending library, and posting videos of many of our speakers on the Internet via the web site of Fellowship of the Inner Light.

    Virginia Beach Friends of IANDS
    INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR NEAR-DEATH STUDIES

    Welcomes

    Peter Panagore
    to our next meeting on Saturday, March 6, 2010 10 – noon at the A.R.E.(The Association of Research and Enlightenment) Atlantic & 67th Street, Virginia Beach
    $5.00 Suggested/NONE turned away until max. capacity.Peter Panagore 4348

    Peter Panagore of Maine, an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, will be the speaker at the next meeting of the Virginia Beach Friends of the International Association for Near-Death Studies (VBIANDS). Rev. Panagore died of hypothermia in 1980 while ice-climbing in Canada. He separated from his physical body and entered a timeless and beautiful Void where he talked with God telepathically. Peter became agonizingly aware of his sins, but God said, I love you. I made you this way. You’re my creature; you’re forgiven.”God added, “In the same way that I love you now, I have always loved you, only you couldn’t feel it. All is well. All has been well. You just don’t know it while on earth.” Peter came away from the experience understanding that God’s love is unconditional.The experience changed Peter’s life, and changed his concepts of God, life, and death. Now he is eager to share his message about life continuing beyond the physical and about the love and greatness of God.

    For Saturday’s A.R.E. meeting, a donation of $5 is suggested at the door, but no one will be turned away until capacity of the mini-auditorium is reached.