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Skeptics and NDEers

When I started my web site over ten years ago skeptics were telling the world how crazy near death experiencers were in relating their “anecdotal” events in public.

We were said to be having hallucinations, dreaming, taking drugs, fooling ourselves and living in delusions, and those were the nice things they said about us.

A skeptic once said to me:

lekatt, would you ever stop making statements, based purely on your subjective comprehension of reality, as though they’re definitive? It’s most irritating.

Today it is different. There are a dozen universities engaged in some form of research on near death experiences. This research is showing that consciousness does live after the death of the brain and body. That consciousness and brain are two separate entities.

I am still telling the world about the reality of near death experiences. True, not all skeptics will be convinced, however solid the research becomes. As of now, it is very solid. There will be issues of vested interests keeping many from accepting the research results. Like most controversial issues it will take time for all to accept the reality that we are spiritual.

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2 comments to Skeptics and NDEers

  • duane UNITED STATES Windows XP Internet Explorer 8.0

    Mine happened on 9/30/01. Have never felt comfortable talking about it to much, until recently, due to a new friend. It changed me.
    Bought the hospital records. according to the records I was coded for 15 minutes. I remember all 15. Afterwords, I asked the surgeon some questions and he said he had heard of this phenomenon. We talked for at least 20 minutes about what happened and he seemed genuinely interested and confused. At one point I told him “it was the best day of my life” thus the confusion set in.
    Cant wear a watch, affect some electronics, cell phones, scanners, metal detectors…. not sure if it is a curse or a blessing.
    While people appear to be drawn to my post 2001 personality, I sometime wish they were’nt. Why do they become infatuated?
    Thought I was going to be short with this but I was wrong. So without further ado, I have a question. A pastor friend of mine that I have known for the last 4 years recently confided to me that he has adavanced prostate cancer. He does not know of my experience but told me he felt that he should let me know of what he appears to accept as his pending demise.(he is ready to go home but) I for some reason feel that I am supposed to do something. What?
    I hope u respond, much like the surgeon, i am cofused.

    • You are supposed to let him know he will be alright on the other side. He will be loved and held safe and secure. I am thinking he is very worried about what will happen when he dies, so calm him and assure him it will be OK.

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