Dear Seekers of truth,
Especially since the 1970s, following the investigations of psychologist, Dr Raymond Moody, there have been many continuingly insightful documentary cases, which support the distinct possibility of individual near death experiences. This being mostly subjective evidence and some objective, gleaned from ordinary people, from all walks of life; all ages, sexes, races, the blind, religious, atheists.....And all describing very similar experiences, albeit with unique facets, that seem perfectly designed for each unique life and death...
The basic themes remain consistent and include floating out of body, with a feeling of detached interest and no fear...The astral vortex, or tunnel is presented, which has a light at the end, which the NDEer travels towards...and enters a 5th dimensional realm of colourful splendour and magic....where the light beings are telepaths and one may travel at the speed of thought...
Colours are seen which are not present in 3rd density, a spectrum of twelve, or more, colours...
A life review may also be experienced, followed by a return to complete the left incarnation, when issues of continuance are honoured, under the law of freewill....with the law of forgetfulness waived, so that all is remembered, upon return to the flesh....
The subject becomes even more interesting when the NDEer is a neuro-surgeon, who understands the function of the human brain more than most and nevertheless, has the experience and concludes that it is real...
Please read this example of such an N.D.E. by Dr Eben Alexander
Regards, Drekx Omega
'It was a place of butterflies, joy and big puffy pink clouds': The leading brain surgeon who is CONVINCED of heaven after 7-day out-of-body odyssey
Harvard-trained Eben Alexander did not believe patients tales of out-of body experiences
But now says he experienced a place filled with butterflies while in a coma
Describes 'a sound like a glorious chant came down from above'
Says he was accompanied by a young woman
By Leslie Larson
A skeptical scientist who had spent his career studying the mechanics of the brain and dismissing patient tales of journeys to heavenly realms has revealed his extraordinary conversion after his own encounter with the afterlife during a near-death experience.
Dr Eben Alexander spent 15 years as an academic neurosurgeon at Harvard but he was struck with a nearly fatal bout of bacterial meningitis in 2008 and had no brain activity when he lay comatose for seven days at a Virginia hospital.
Though he was unconscious and unresponsive during that period, he is now describing a 'hyper-vivid and completely coherent odyssey' to a place beyond, filled with butterflies and resounding music that has shaken his scientific viewpoint on human consciousness.
He says he entered a place filled with clouds and the sound of chanting, and was met by a beautiful blue-eyed woman.
Dr Alexander describes his paradigm shift from focusing solely on the scientific make up of the brain to considering the spiritual realm of the mind, in a deeply reflective essay in Newsweek in advance of the release of his book, Proof of Heaven.
'As a neurosurgeon, I did not believe in the phenomenon of near-death experiences,' he writes in his article, explaining how he had previously relied on 'good scientific explanations for the heavenly out-of-body journeys described by those who narrowly escaped death.'
Though he considered himself a nominal Christian he said he lacked the faith to believe in eternal life.
When his patients would tell tales of going to heaven during near death experiences, he relied on 'current medical understanding of the brain and mind' and disregarded them as wishful thinking.
But after he became the patient, he says he 'experienced something so profound that it gave me a scientific reason to believe in consciousness after death.'