Sunday, December 20, 2015

Near Death

stuff I think about                                                          

Wait ... There's More
Pam Reynolds Lowery from Atlanta, Georgia was an American singer-songwriter. In 1991, at the age of 35, she had a near-death experience (NDE) during a brain operation. Her NDE is one of the most notable and best documented in NDE research.
During "standstill" operation, Pam's brain was found "dead" by all three clinical tests - her electroencephalogram was silent, her brain-stem response was absent, and no blood flowed through her brain which left her clinically dead. Interestingly, while in this state, she encountered the "deepest" NDE of all.

She made several observations about the procedure which later were confirmed by medical personnel as surprisingly accurate.

Pamela Reynolds Lowery died of heart failure at the age of 53 (1956 -- May 22, 2010)

Just stumbled across this.  Wife spent time doing hospice and had several notable experiences that seem to suggest an afterlife experience.  I also experienced a NDE when I was nearly crushed by a GRADALL, and that included watching the experience from above and later relating a conversation the job super had with a police officer parked several yards away.  Here's another that's particularly poignant.



FishStyx said...

Although I've become an agnostic over the years, my greatest hope is that there is an afterlife.

My greatest fear is that I will get what I deserve.

Anonymous said...

You don't listen to Coast2Coast AM. KFI on Iheart radio.

MAX Redline said...

Things change. I'm one of the less than 2% of people who survive the incident I was in. From my perspective, time slowed way down; I had plenty of time to look at options and to choose the one that would save my life. In the real world, perhaps two seconds had passed.

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