By Billy Hammond (Copyright AELS)

November 12, 2019

NDE Etymology

The term, “near death experience” or NDE was first used by Dr. Raymond Moody when he was a third-year medical student in 1975 writing his famous “Life after life” book about them.

The book later became a best seller and the word entered the English lexicon.


Near Death Experience (NDE):臨死体験』は1975年に当時3年目の医大生であったレイモンド・ムーディー氏が『Life after life』の臨死体験のケーススタディ収録集に初めて使用された。



English novels by Billy Hammond published by AELS



I. Majoh Gakuin and Hikari Juku – Japanese Witch Schools Trilogy

1. Majoh Gakuin & Hikari Juku – Japanese Witch Schools

2. Lost Witch (The second book)

3. Fate & Magic (The final book in the trilogy)

II. Brindle – Scryer Extraordinaire Trilogy

1. Brindle – Scryer Extraordinaire

2. Brindle – Scryer Extraordinaire – Returns

3. Brindle – Scryer Extraordinaire – Challenges (The final book in the trilogy)

III. Fantasy fiction set in Japan

1. 21st Century Ninja

2. Regressed

3. Japanese Woman

IV. Fantasy fiction set outside of Japan

1. Dimension Jumpers