The Scientific Proof For A Spirit | Science Of The Soul

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There are many religions in the world that believe in the Spirit. Many religions believe that when a person dies, his spirit continues to live on.
In Christianity, for example, the Holy Spirit forms one third of the Holy Trinity: God the Father, God the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
But does the spirit continue to live on? Is there a scientific proof of that? In this documentary, using cutting-edge of consciousness related science, scientists try to figure whether we are about to experience a new step in human evolution or the death of the human soul.

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