In 1952 Janet Rainwater was slowly dying from Polio after becoming paralyzed and being unable to swallow. After she went unconscious she found herself in front of a white light. She was met by women who she realized was her grandmother.
She was filled with total knowledge and able to see the results of all the actions and in-actions she had ever taken in her life. When she became conscious again she found she was able to swallow again her symptoms gradually disappeared. She had lost any fear of death she’d ever had since that experience.
Clint Walkers heart stopped after a skiing accident when his ski pole punctured his heart. He floated up above his body and as he looked down on earth he realized that earth was just a dirty little bus stop along the eternal journey.
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Tommy Clark was injured in Vietnam in 1969 during a firefight. He had lost both legs and an arm in an explosion. He recalls hovering over his body watching medics put a canvas over his lifeless body. What’s most interesting is others who had died that day he remembers watching them all walking down a path towards a bright light. He chose not to go with them and is here to share his story with the world.
Alan Pring, a former Royal Airforce Pilot has a near death experience while undergoing a routine operation. He was given a life review and asked by men dressed in monks robes different questions about his life.
The worst moment of his entire life was the point he realized he couldn’t continue into this realm and felt he had to return and tell his wife that it was impossible to die.
Bill went code blue after a virus invaded his heart. After some time his Near Death Experience came back to him. He recalls being a small speck of light and his job in that realm was to simply send love out to the universe.
Bill felt comfort in finding others who had similar experiences at sites such as Iands http://www.iands.org.
Natalie Sudman worked as an archeologist in the Great Basin states for sixteen years before accepting a position managing construction contracts in Iraq. After being injured by a roadside bomb (improvised explosive device–IED), Natalie has since retired from government service. She is now enjoying art, writing, and continuing explorations into the non-physical.