Recently, Penny Satori released her book "The Wisdom of Near-Death Experiences". During the launch of the book, the series of articles were published in Daily Mail, dealing with topics like veridical NDEs, precognitive NDEs and children's NDEs. This series of articles was astonishingly successful. Daily Mail editors characterised it like that in the summary article featuring the best published material: Penny Satori has already made two blog posts about this book: the first about the release of the book, and the second one about its glorious sucess. She wrote: These events, along with TED controversy, may be one of the many signs that "the tipping point" is actually reached. Psi skeptics have already lost their cultural hegemony (if they ever had one). In such a case, the subsequent change of attitudes in academia may happen sooner than we expect. What do you think? The Great Transformation has started, and from now it will only accelerate day by day? Or these are just the first steps, and we shold not be too enthusiastic? Or, maybe, our hopes are grossly exxagerated, and we will have to wait for decades for the actual change?