Journeys with Rebecca: Paul Davids – An Atheist in Heaven

Journeys with Rebecca: Paul Davids – An Atheist in Heaven

Hosted by Rebecca Jernigan

An Atheist in Heaven: The Ultimate Evidence for Life After Death?
by Paul Davids and Gary Schwartz, Ph.D. with John Allison, Ph.D.

Scientific Breakthroughs Reveal Evidence of the Afterlife and the Paranormal

Paul Davids, noted producer, writer, director, artist and documentarian, has found himself receiving communications from his mentor, Forrest J Ackerman, since Ackerman’s passing in 2008. There have been witnesses and physical evidence.

With Gary Schwartz, Ph.D., an internationally known expert and author on afterlife research, Davids was compelled to write a new book, An Atheist in Heaven: The Ultimate Evidence for Life After Death?, to recount his story in hair-raising scenes and details that challenge the skeptical community.

Paul Davids is a Princeton Psychology graduate, an original Fellow of the AFI Center for Advanced Film Studies, and an award-winning Hollywood writer, director, and producer of many TV films distributed by Showtime and NBCUniversal, including The Sci-Fi Boys (Saturn Award Winner Best DVD 2006), Jesus in India and Roswell (Golden Globe nominee Best Motion Picture for TV). His latest film, Marilyn Monroe Declassified, will be released soon.

Davids was production coordinator for Marvel Productions’ Transformers, and a co-author with his wife, Hollace Davids, of six books in the Lucasfilm Star Wars saga, beginning with The Glove of Darth Vader and ending with Prophets of the Dark Side.

Gary Schwartz, Ph.D., is a Professor of Psychology, Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry and Surgery at the University of Arizona. A Ph.D. in Psychology from Harvard, he was a tenured Professor at Yale University and he is the author of:

The G.O.D. Experiments
The Afterlife Experiments
The Sacred Promise
The Truth About Medium

As the Director of the University of Arizona’s Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness and Health, he has conducted afterlife research for nearly two decades and has published hundreds of scientific papers. Dr. Schwartz is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research.