Anthony Peake to Lecture in Dublin at the Grand Canal Hotel, April 2011

Conscious Living Dublin will sponsor British author and binary mind theorist Anthony Peake at the Grand Canal Hotel on April 20 at 7:30 p.m.
By: SM Kovalinsky
March 21, 2011 - PRLog -- On Wednesday April 20 Anthony Peake will appear in a lecture at the Grand Canal Hotel in Dublin,  Ireland.  

The event will run from 7:30-10:30 p.m.

The lecture is entitled "Evidence of Immortality".  Peake is author of 3 books, with a fourth pending publication,  which deal with the idea of a binary human consciousness which is eternal.  

From the event website on Facebook:

"I believe that there can be a rational satisfying and scientifically based explanation as to what happens to consciousness at the point of death, and that this explaination in no way invalidats long held religious beliefs about life alter death"

"My theory lies deep within the structures of the brain itself - an area where thought itself touches upon the very building blocks of reality"
~ Binary mind theorist and UK author Anthony Peake

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Anthony Peake was educated at Warwick University, London School of Economics and the University of Westminster. His first book, "Is There Life after Death" – the Extraordinary Science of What Happens When we Die has appeared in various foreign language editions including Russian, Dutch and Spanish.

He has lectured across the UK and Europe and, on August 3,  2009, he had over 350 members of the New York City press and public attend his talk in the historic Grand Ballroom of  the Roosevelt Hotel on Madison Avenue in Midtown East,  Manhattan.

He has also appeared on stage at the National Theatre in London where he discussed the time theories of J.W. Dunne.
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Anthony is regularly interviewed on radio in the UK, the USA and Canada and now hashis own TV slot on a web TV station in the USA and a fortnightly slot on BBC Merseyside.

Anthony is a professional member of the International Association of Near-Death Studies, the Institute of Noetic Sciences, the Society for Psychic Research and the Scientific & Medical Network."

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