One More Copy of "Near-Death Experience in Indigenous Religions" - for a Pledge of $10 or More!
Updated: Oct 15, 2021
I have good news and bad news.
The bad news is that because of the pandemic, Oxford University Press has temporarily suspended issuing any new paperbacks of existing hardcovers so they can focus on new releases instead. This means that the $99 hardcover price tag on this book is here to stay for a while....
The good news is that I have one last copy to give away to the next Patron to pledge $10 or more, per month, through my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/gregoryshushan
This is a relatively painless way to get a copy of the book, and to gain access to all the other benefits on offer. And of course, you'll also be directly supporting my research for the forthcoming Historical Anthology of Near-Death Experiences, as well my other NDE and afterlife-related projects. Here's a rundown of all the benefits you'll receive by joining this highest of tiers, and becoming a Being of Light!:
A hardcover first edition copy of Near-Death Experience in Indigenous Religions*, signed on request
A PDF of the Tier 2 benefit, the original unpublished, uncut version of Conceptions of the Afterlife in Early Civilizations.
A PDF of the Tier 1 benefit, the original unpublished, uncut version of A Comparison of Dreams in Two Ptolemaic Archives.
An acknowledgement in the "thank you" page of my forthcoming Historical Anthology of Near-Death Experiences
A rare, previously unknown or little-known historical NDE every month - giving a taster of what's to come in the new book
Regular updates of my publications, interviews, media appearances, book reviews, free articles, new website content, etc.
Access to articles before they go on my website
A promo code for 30% off additional copies of Near-Death Experience in Indigenous Religions (when purchased via the publisher's website)
A promo code for 35% off the paperback of Conceptions of the Afterlife in Early Civilizations (when purchased via the publisher's website)
*Apologies, but the book is available to U.S. patrons only.