The Near Dean Experience – Guest Experiencer: Howard Storm

Theme/Topic Session

Facilitator: Dean Christensen

Language: English

Capacity: 25

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

9:00 pm EDT

1 hour 30 minutes

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Guest Experiencer: Howard Storm

Prior to his near-death experience, Howard Storm was a Professor of Art at Northern Kentucky University. As an ardent atheist, he had great contempt for religion, God, and anyone who believed in that superstitious nonsense . He knew with certainty, the material world was the full extent of everything that was. For Howard, the only real truth was what Science could prove.

On June 1, 1985, at the age of 38, Howard Storm died (severe perforation of the stomach) and had an extraordinary and profound near-death experience. Afterwards, his life was so dramatically changed, he resigned as a professor and attended the United Theological Seminary to become a United Church of Christ minister.

Please join us for this intimate group meeting, as Howard shares his experience; followed by time for questions and answers.


The Near Dean Experience (every second Wednesday of the month):
Where we share and discuss all things NDE (and more) – Guest experiencers, NDE accounts, Thirty-one NDE Commonalities, The NDE message, open group discussion, mystical music moment (music as spiritual therapy and connection).

Mystical Music Moment – Where we listen to, share, and discuss brief clips of music that enable us to connect spiritually. For possible group sharing, please submit your favorite(s) in a Facebook message.

Group Host: Dean Christensen

Dean has been a researcher of the NDE phenomenon for over thirty-eight years. A possible NDE (at a very young age) and multiple STE’s have compelled Dean to actively share these spiritual phenomena with others. Dean has a deep fascination with the human experience in tandem with the spiritual, as interpreted from the universal message of the NDE. As a musician and lover of music, Dean believes we can “tap into” various spiritual energies via the musical experience.

To maintain an intimate group experience, seating is limited.

Please join us for what should be an uplifting and enriching experience!