Featured Lecturer for February 26, 2016 – Author, Teacher; JOAN WALLACE

Schedule : Every 4th Friday at 6:30 pm

Place: Hilton Garden Inn. 4801 Governors House Drive, Huntsville, Alabama, (located on the service road past Landry’s Seafood House off of Bob Wallace near the Space & Rocket Center)


Featured Lecturer for February 26, 2016




The Paranormal Study Center Welcomes: Joan Wallace

Near Death Experiences & The Mission Within


            ***Admission will be $10 for this special event***


Joan Wallace is a spiritual teacher who is devoted to helping others awaken to their spiritual divinity.  From her near-death experience at age two until now, Joan has been receiving messages from the other side.  Joan is a gifted intuitive and uses her spiritual gifts to provide divine messages to humanity.  The focus of her writings and meditations is to help others to spiritually ascend to multidimensionality.

Joan holds a Master’s Degree in Information Technology and has worked for over twenty years as an IT consultant to Fortune 500 companies.

According to a Gallup poll, approximately eight million Americans claim to have had a near-death experience. Some researchers claim that the number of near-death experiences may be underestimated. People who have had a near-death experience may not previously been comfortable discussing the experience with others, especially when the NDE is understood as a paranormal incident.

NDEs are among the phenomena studied in the fields of parapsychology, psychology, psychiatry, and hospital medicine.  Research includes seeing oneself from the outside (an out of body experience), floating or flying, heightened awareness, and feelings of joy or peace. Some researchers believe this is caused when the mind is deprived of the majority of its main five senses and relies on the expectation processing. In this regard one experiences what one would expect to happen in their current circumstance. This could explain experiences caused by mental trauma such as a near miss accident in which the mind may close itself off at least partially to the senses and ones caused by physical trauma in which again the mind closes itself off to the world.

The traits of a classical NDE are as follows:

–  Receiving messages in telepathic form.

– The notice of a very unpleasant sound or noise. (Claimed by R. Moody).

– A sense/awareness of being dead.

– A sense of peace, well-being and painlessness. Positive emotions. A feeling of being removed from the world.

– An out-of-body experience. A perception of one’s body from an outside position. Sometimes observing doctors and nurses performing medical resuscitation efforts.

– A “tunnel experience”. A sense of moving up, or through, a passageway or staircase.

– A rapid movement toward and/or sudden immersion in a powerful light. Communication with the light.

– An intense feeling of unconditional love.

– Encountering “Beings of Light”, “Beings dressed in white”, or other spiritual beings. Also, the possibility of being reunited with deceased loved ones.

– Being given a life review.

– Being given a “life preview” in the cases of George Ritchie and Betty Eadie which Ring calls an NDE “Flash Forward”.

– Being presented with knowledge about one’s life and the nature of the universe.

– A decision by oneself or others to return to one’s body, often accompanied by a reluctance to return.

– Approaching a border.

There also seems to be a link between the cultural and spiritual beliefs where one lives. These seem to dictate what is experienced in the NDE or how it is interpreted afterwards.


This presentation will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn, 4801 Governors House Drive, (next to Landry’s Seafood) on Friday, February 26th at 6:30 pm. Public Admission is $10.  For more information visit ParapsychologyStudyGroup.com or www.meetup.com/Huntsville-Paranormal-Study-Center.


          ***Admission will be $10 for this special event***