Vicki Noratuk, who is a blind person, and Betty J. Eadie talk about their near-death experiences. And Dannion Brinkley talks about suicide NDEs.Number of View :1121
Aristotle taught that the brain exists merely to cool the blood and is not involved in the process of thinking.
This was the question asked by British neurologist John Lorber when he addressed a conference of pædiatricians in 1980. Such a frivolous sounding question was sparked by case studies Lorber had been involved in since the mid-60s. The case studies involve victims of an ailment known as hydrocephalus, more commonly known as water on the brain.Number of View :566
Near Death Experience Stories — Part 1 of 2
This is a video program. Kenneth Ring interviews four individuals about their near death experiences. One of them is Tom Sawyer.
Near Death Experience Stories — Part 2 of 2
This is a video program. Kenneth Ring interviews four individuals about their near death experiences. One of them is Tom Sawyer.Number of View :1379
In an instant, the pain was gone. There was a bright white light, a floating sensation and the feeling of peace. He heard voices below him. He looked down to see the patient on the operating table and the doctor trying to revive him. Suddenly, he realized that he was staring down at himself. There was a fleeting thought that he didn’t want to be dead; he wanted to be alive. A pulling sensation startled him and he was back in his body. Alive again.Number of View :935