Organizing Afterlife Conferences and Symposiums

The AREI founders developed and coordinated two afterlife conferences for an organization, assembling speakers on the afterlife and afterlife communications from around the world.

new_developmentsThe Life in the Afterlife conference was held in 2015 at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Scottsdale. Nearly 400 people attended the conference to hear 24 well-known authors and scholars in the afterlife and afterlife communication speak, including Mark Anthony, George Noory, Carla Wills-Brandon, Bruce Moen, Gary Schwartz, Ineke Koedam, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, Peter Wright, Ellie Pechet, Savarna Wiley, Susanne Wilson, Jamie Turndorf, Rhonda Eklund-Schwartz, Sheri Perl, Melinda Vail, Carol Morgan, Herb Puryear, Patricia McGivern, Roberta Grimes, Donna Smith-Moncrieffe, Miles Allen, Karen Herrick, Dick Sutphen, Rob Schwartz, and Stafford Betty.

 
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new_developmentsThe New Developments in Afterlife Communication conference was held in 2014 at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona. Nearly 200 attended to hear 23 acknowledged leaders in the field of afterlife communication speak, including Gary Schwartz, Sonia Rinaldi, Suzanne Giesemann, Victor Zammit, Mark Ireland, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, Irma Slage, Craig Hogan, Bruce Moen, Joe Higgins, Rochelle Wright, Maria Pe, Carol Morgan, Roberta Grimes, Jonathan Yorks, Dan Drasin, Karen Herrick, Herb Puryear, Anne Puryear, and Susanne Wilson.

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AREI will hold a symposium in 2017, titled the Afterlife symposium. At this gathering, AREI will assemble the cutting-edge researchers, developers, and educators in afterlife studies, afterlife communication, and the new spirituality speaking, demonstrating, and holding training workshops for professionals and for the general public.

AREI developed and published two books with contributions from the conference speakers to bring knowledge from the conferences to the world at large: Afterlife Communication: 16 Proven Methods, 86 True Accounts and New Developments in Afterlife Communication.