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BICS is proud to publish, for the first time, all twenty nine winning essays from the 2021 BICS essay competition. None of these essays have been previously published. The essays represent a completely novel body of work that were written specifically for the BICS essay contest.
We hope these essays collectively provide a valuable resource for researchers and members of the public for presenting the evidence for survival of human consciousness after bodily death.
Preamble for 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizesAs readers study the top three essays authored by Dr. Jeffrey Mishlove, Dr. Pim van Lommel and Dr. Leo Ruickbie, it will become apparent that there is a great variety of approaches that prove the case for survival of human consciousness after bodily death beyond a reasonable doubt.
One hundred percent of the responsibility for judging of the BICS essay contest lay in the hands of the six judges. There was no influence by either Robert Bigelow or Colm Kelleher on the judging process. The essays were chosen by majority rule with the central criterion being the cumulative evidence for Survival of Human Consciousness beyond permanent bodily death and beyond a reasonable doubt. Because of the very large number of excellent essays that BICS received (204), the judges spent over four months of very intensive work in meticulously evaluating, deliberating, arguing and eventually making their decisions.
Dr. Mary Jo Bulbrook,
Dr. Mary Jo Bulbook, BSN, RN, MEd, EdD, CEMP/S/I, HTCP, ICF
International Educator, Psychotherapist, Mystic, Energy Healer, Shaman
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