Seeing God in the Third Millennium

At The Atlantic, Oliver Sacks explains the science behind religious epiphanies. He looks at different peoples’ experiences with this phenomena, explaining that each one has a scientific basis. Sacks writes, “Hallucinations, whether revelatory or banal, are not of supernatural origin; they are part of the normal range of human consciousness and experience … They provide evidence only of the brain’s power to create them.”     

Read at The Atlantic

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