A WOMAN who claims to have suffered a clinical death during surgery and passed into a “mystical realm”, believes life after death is probably real.
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The woman, who introduced herself as Rebecca, shared her bizarre experience with the Near-Death Experience Research Foundation (NDERF). According to Rebecca’s detailed account, her heart stopped on the operating table 2003. Under the influence of general anaesthesia, Rebecca said she remembers going through a dark tunnel.
She said: “Whatever I experienced after this didn’t happen straight away. I remember being in total darkness.
“The best way I can describe is it’s like closing your eyes but there is no light or sound.”
When she flew through the tunnel, she felt content and weightless.
Once she exited, Rebecca said she was floating over a “pearly-grey, cloudy place” she described as a “clearly mystical or unearthly realm”.
Life after death: A woman claims to have visited some form of the afterlife during surgery (Image: GETTY)
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She said: “Gradually, I floated down to solid ground but it didn’t look solid.
“Then out of nowhere, this person stepped out from behind a veil of sorts.
“I couldn’t really see the face but they were tall and I would say it was a man wearing a robe.
“Looking back, I didn’t know this person. But at the time, I looked at the person and it was like I had known them my whole life.”
Rebecca also claims to have seen a woman in Victorian or Edwardian clothing.
However, she was soon told she had to go back and she flew backwards towards her body.
Rebecca said: “My mum told me later that my appendix had ruptured and that I had peritonitis.”
What I love most about this article is that when I had my own NDE I too didn’t experience anything but a warm and comforting darkness. I saw no lights. I heard nothing. If you’ve already read my book Life After Death you already know all of this, so I won’t go into it here. Still, this was my experience. AND… it was perfect. Too, having experienced it myself, I know it’s real. I also know that for some of us the darkness, the “perfect” darkness, is as far as we get. Love it! Calleen
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