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The Hidden Truth: A Logical Path - to Discover the Nature of Reality and the Meaning of Life

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The Hidden Truth considers multiple fields of study to develop a logical path through compelling evidence to discover the nature of reality and the meaning of life. The study begins with a review of the most scientific evidence and moves down a continuum of increasingly esoteric, though still solid evidence. This includes quantum physics, near death experiences, out of body experiences, reincarnation, and hypnosis-type contributions. The evidence is presented in a convincing fashion, moving in a deliberate step-by-step tempo to show evidential agreement and substantial overlap between these separate fields of study. A skeptic himself, Wilson sought to present this conclusive evidence in a logical flow so that fellow skeptics might reach the same conclusions as himself.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Wade C. Wilson

The author joined the military in December 1989, putting himself through college and earning a BA, MA, and credits towards a PhD in the process. He has deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan and has served in the Military at assignments worldwide. He is adept at tackling tough problem sets to uncover hidden truths because it's a daily job requirement. He currently lives with his wife and son at a foreign posting while continuing to serve in the US Military.

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