Little book of life and death

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The Little Book Of Life After Death by Fechner, Gustav Theodor

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Published 15.05.2019

WARNING: This Will Alter Your Beliefs About The Afterlife! (Truth!)

The Little Book of Life and Death

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  1. In this book the author of On Having No Head investigates the most poignant problem our life poses - what lies at the end of it. He asks us to check four things. First, that to discover whether we are perishable, we must first discover what we.

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