life period : 1953 - present | place of birth : North Carolina, U.S.A
nationality : American | occupation : Writer, Neurosergeon
spouse : Holley | education : M.D from Duke University School of Medicine
websites : www.lifebeyonddeath.net
“ Communicating with God is the most
extraordinary experience imaginable, yet at the
same time it's the most natural one of all, because
God is present in us at all times.
Omniscient, omnipotent, personal-and loving us without conditions.
We are connected as One through our divine link with God. ”
“ Our eternal spiritual self is more real than
anything we perceive in this physical realm,
and has a divine connection to the infinite love of the Creator. ”
“ There is no scientific explanation for the fact that
while my body lay in coma,
my mind - my conscious, inner self - was alive and well. ”
BOOKS BY THE MASTER
" Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon's Journey into the Afterlife "
Eben Alexander III (born December 11, 1953) is an American neurosurgeon and the author of the best-selling Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon's Journey into the Afterlife, in which he describes his 2008 near-death experience and asserts that science can and will determine that heaven really does exist.
Alexander was an Intern in General Surgery at Duke University Medical Center, a resident at Duke, Newcastle (U.K.) General Hospital. He was a resident and research fellow at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital and is certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgery and the American College of Surgeons (F.A.C.S.).He is currently an attending neurosurgeon.
Alexander is a member of the AmericanMedical Association and various other professional societies. He has been on the editorial boards of various journals.
Alexander is the author of the 2012 autobiographical book Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon's Journey into the Afterlife, in which he asserts that his out of body and near death experience (NDE) while in a meningitis-induced coma in 2008 proves that consciousness is independent of the brain, that death is an illusion, and that an eternity of perfect splendor awaits us beyond the grave - complete with angels, clouds, and departed relatives, but also including butterflies and a beautiful girl in peasant dress who Alexander finds out later was his departed sister. Alexander's book was excerpted in a Newsweek magazine cover story in October 2012.