Description of Heaven

Description of Heaven

Description of Heaven, Life after death experiences
It's only natural to wonder about the possibility of life after death and what it might be like after the body dies. Now as advances technology have increased the survival rate of those who have died and have been brought back to life, more scientists and doctors are recognizing the similarities of near death experiences and deathbed visions and their importance in revealing a glimpse of what may happen to people after their bodies die. (more…)
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Evidence of Life After Death

Evidence of Life After Death

Evidence of Life After Death
Most evidence of life after death comes from near death experiences. A near death experience occurs when someone is close to death or is pronounced clinically dead. Then he or she is subsequently revived. During the time of impending death, people who have near death experiences usually experience leaving or detaching from their bodies. Many report watching their bodies from above as a spectator. They also usually report a feeling of peace and seeing a bright light. Some encounter other people who have died, and some report seeing a religious figure to help guide them in the transition from this life to the next. Many also experience a life review. Eventually, they return to their bodies, and their experience usually changes them in some way. (more…)
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Deathbed Visions May be Evidence for Life After Death

Deathbed Visions May be Evidence for Life After Death

Deathbed Visions
"It's very beautiful over there." --final words of Thomas A. Edison Deathbed visions or deathbed visitations are phenomena that scientists really didn't take notice of until the early part of the 20th century, yet these visions may reveal important evidence of life after death. According to Carla Willis-Brandon, Ph.D., "DBVs [Deathbed Visions] can be found throughout historical literature and lore, but they were rarely mentioned in the scientific literature until the late 1920's. At this point in time they were studied by Sir William Barrett, a physics professor at the Royal College of Science in Dublin." (more…)
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