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Eternea - the convergence of science and spirituality

"My near-death experience (NDE) compelled me to establish Eternea which I co-founded with my colleague, John R. Audette., M.S. For me personally, Eternea represents a passionate effort to apply in pragmatic ways to serve to the greater good of humanity. Eternea aspires to promote love, unity, harmony, collaboration and cooperation globally. It is dedicated to the advancement of human civilization and a sustainable healthy future for earth and its inhabitants. The insights from my NDE, and many others like it, once fully grasped and accepted by a critical mass will trigger a dramatic and beneficial shift in human nature, as well as in the nature of social, political and economic systems.

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