Memoirs of a Mystic

Exploring the metaphysical, mystical, spiritual and the world beyond.

Short stories and descriptions of personal experiences relating to my own personal near-death experiences, childhood memoies of reincarnation, after-death communicaions, encounters with soulmates and other spiritual insights.

Mystic Soul Eye of the Soul Mystic Soul

Mystical Soul

In 1978 - I had a profound ' near death experience that lead to many mystical experiences.

In 1988, I had another profound near death experience in front of witnesses.

I buried the memories of all my experiences due to a side effect condition of amnesia.

I started uncovering the memories in 2000.

When I did, I discovered I had an entire childhood history full of near-death and spiritual mystical experiences. My Dad had once told me as a child, the saying was, I had died a thousand times and lived to tell the tale.

I have several web sites where I have journal my memories as they return and share stories about my adventures in the hereafter, or afterlife.

Mystical Insights

sample imageThis site is devoted to the various mystical insights related to my near death experiences in childhood and adulthood. Mystical: spiritual reality of, relating to, or stemming from direct communion with ultimate reality of the divine.

Near-death Experience


Mystical or transcendent experience reported by people who have been on the threshold of death. NDE: the subjective observation of someone who has either been close to clinical death or who may have recovered after having been declared dead.


The word mysterion (μυστήριον) is used 27 times in the New Testament. It denotes not so much the meaning of the modern English term mystery, but rather something that is mystical. In the biblical Greek, the term refers to "that which, being outside the unassisted natural apprehension, can be made known only by divine revelation."

Kuriakon: Infinity

From kuros (supremacy); supreme in authority, i.e. controller; by implication, Master (as a respectful title) -- God, Lord, master, Sir. Based on medieval Greek kurikon, from Greek kuriakon (doma) 'Lord's (house)', from kurios "master or lord"