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The Outer Limits Of Inner Truth

Welcome To The World’s Only Show About Forensic Soul Analysis

My name is Ryan McCormick, Host & Executive Producer of the Outer Limits of Inner Truth. Our show is about introspection and exploring consciousness in a fun way.

If Science & Mysticism got married OLIT would be their child. Our show premiered on February 2014 and within a few short months, was picked up for national syndication on Starcom Radio Networks and is now heard on over 40 AM stations nationwide. 

Thank you so much for listening to our program.

 

Apr 30, 2018

The Death Show: Nanci’s Story

Nanci Danison is a special friend to the Outer Limits of Inner Truth radio show. Among thousands of recorded Near Death Experiences, Nanci’s story stands out. In her death experience, Nanci not only became aware of consciousness through the perspective of a human being but, several...


Apr 29, 2018

Death Show: Near Death Experiences 3/3

“The substantial majority, if not overwhelming majority of near-death experiencers believe that there’s an afterlife. They believe that there’s a God. They no longer fear death. They’re less materialistic. They value loving relationships more. Also, the percentage of time...


Apr 27, 2018

Death Show: Near Death Experiences 2/3

“In that nanosecond of enlightenment I knew that the human spirit survives the death of the physical body and I understood that my wandering soul needed to get back into its earthly habitat.”
― Janet Bettag

Featured in order of appearance:

00:59 – NDE Peter Bedard
17:20 –...


Apr 27, 2018

The Death Show: Near Death Experiences 1/3

It’s one thing to communicate with the dead however, it’s another thing to experience clinical death and come back to tell the tale. The Outer Limits of Inner Truth was so thankful to have the privilege of having discussions with some of the world’s most profound NDE’s...


Apr 26, 2018

The Death Show: Teachers & Mystics 2/2

“To fear death, my friends, is only to think ourselves wise, without being wise: for it is to think that we know what we do not know. For anything that men can tell, death may be the greatest good that can happen to them: but they fear it as if they knew quite well that it was...