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« on: March 26, 2007, 11:08:13 PM »

Posted: Wed May 03, 2006 10:59 am    Post subject: Natural Explanations?   

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Natural explanations to NDEs, what would they consist of:
hallucinations
delusions
dreams
false memories
brain misfires
brain stress
brain farts
illusions
drugs
experiencer ignorance
dissociation
lying
and whatever others you may want to add.

Now, which one of those is responsible for the communications between the experiencer and some spirit figure that tells them they must return to their body.

Would it be the brain instructing them to return. This happens in almost 50% of NDEs.

Now, which one of the above is responsible for the knowledge that changes the experiencers perception of the world, changing their personality and many other elements of their life -- new vocations, training, teaching, etc.

Now, which one of the above allows them to talk to their deceased loved ones. Sometimes they talk to a deceased loved one they didn't know was deceased.

Now, which one of the above makes them feel they are a part of the entire universe and everything in it.

Now, which one of the above plays to part of God, whose presence most of them are in.

Now, which one of the above allows them to leave their body and look down upon it. To move from room to room and learn what is happening in those rooms, as well as observe what is being done to their body at the time they are out of it. Listening to the doctors' conversations, and then when they are brought back to life telling what they saw while out of body and having this information verified by those present. I remember one patient very upset with his surgeon who complained about having to do the surgery and miss a ballgame on TV.

Now, which of the above puts them through a "life review" allowing them to feel the good and bad they have done to others in this lifetime.

Now, which of the above shows them future events that play out after they have recovered.

Now, which of the above heals them, and they realize they have been healed.

Now, the most important thing of all, where does the unconditional love come from, have you ever seen a human display unconditional love?

Please explain how this is all natural happenings.

Then I will provide you a real full-blown near death experience and you can explain all of it in natural terms for me.

http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn1693

Keep in mind thousands of these experiences are posted on the Internet with an estimated 13 million among Americans alone. It is a large phenomenon, it will not be easily dismissed with casual explanations by skeptics.
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