Miracles: A Journey Into The Realm Of Inexplicable Experiences

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Religion, Miracles, and Prayers
Is divine intervention in the earthly realm possible? And is it responsible for miracles? Through interviews and recreations, explore the role of religion and prayers in the phenomenon of miracles.
Angels, Spirit Guides and Signs
There have been recorded instances of humans being visited by angels for centuries, as well as reported near death experiences and visions from above. These are explored in this episode.
Miracle Healings and Spirit Bodies
Because the nature of many miraculous healings are inexplicable, they seem to come out of nowhere. This episode investigates unexplained healings and their possible connections to spirituality.
Synchronicity, Science, and Astral Travel
The most common miracles are the coincidences that show up in every day life. Realms of synchronicity affect everyone's lives, and their existence is being increasingly backed up by science.

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