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“Out-of-Body Experiences” (OBEs)
and Brain Localisation


The following editorial article is of extreme relevance given the response of the press to the original article by Blanke et al.
It demonstrates that there may be more than one kind of subjective out of body experience and this does not necessarily imply a pure brain origin.

This is re-published by consent of the Australian Journal of Parapsychology.
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Publication citation:
“Out-of-Body Experiences” (OBEs) and Brain Localisation. A Perspective
VERNON M. NEPPE
Australian Journal of Parapsychology
2002, Volume 2, Number 2, pp. 85-96.

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