What happens when we die? It is one of man’s most enduring question. Artifacts depicting an afterlife can be found at ritual burial sites around the world dating back tens of thousands of years. We see it etched and painted on rocks and cave walls and within the tombs of the Egyptian Pharos. And it is inscribed within the pages of religious texts, of all traditions, being read around the world today.
What if the question of the existence of life after life could now be answered with certainty? What if we now know what it looks? What it feels like? A closer look into what is known as the Near Death Experience is now giving us just this opportunity. watch the video to learn more
Death is not extinguishing the light; it is putting out the lamp because dawn has come.
According to Pew Research, 72% of all Americans and 85% of Christians believe in heaven and an afterlife. Yet a much smaller percentage believe in the near-death-experience. How do we reconcile this? The logical explanation is the former do not believe a person can experience “heaven” and return to tell the tale. And since they have not been there themselves, their belief is a product of faith.
Faith is hard work. And it is often harder to keep. Yet for those who have had an NDE, faith is no longer necessary - for them, it is fact. They know there is an afterlife because, as they will tell you, they have had first-hand experience in that realm. Many return telling of meeting a spiritual being - some say they encountered Jesus, some God and some a pure loving entity. Ninety-nine percent say they no longer have any fear of death. Ninety-six percent tell us that what they experienced was more “real than real”. And no one will ever convince them otherwise. read more
A near-death-experience can occur under On this site we focus on NDEs which occurred during cardiac arrest which most resembles actual death. We pay particular attention to those who have also had a verified out-of-body experience - the most definitive proof of an NDE.
Such states include cardiac arrest (clinical death), shock after loss of blood, coma due to traumatic brain injury or intra-cerebral hemorrhage, and drowning.
a number of conditions.
"The Crossover Experience takes you on an amazing, exploratory journey through the world of NDEs. I highly recommend this book for any serious student of the NDE!"
-Anita Moorjani, New York Times best-selling author of Dying to Be Me
Learn more about the book and the author in this video podcast from SKEPTIKO - here
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Life After Death - A New Perspective
While the first written recording of a near-death experience dates back to the writings of famed Greek philosopher Plato, the phenomenon of the NDE burst onto the scene in the 1970s with the widespread introduction of resuscitation techniques that, for the first time in human history, could bring clinically dead people back to life. Since this time, millions of NDEs have been reported worldwide.
Near-death experiencers and followers of the phenomenon are now very familiar with the “main events” that occur during an NDE - from the initial out-of-body experience - to the NDEr being told “It is not your time.” This realm is uniformly described as “heaven” or “heaven-like.” And since heaven is not likely to change over time, it is reasonable to conclude that all of the main components that occur during a near-death experience have already been revealed. So is there more to learn about this phenomenon? That is the unique focus of Crossover Experience.
Having carefully researched thousands of near-death experiences, it is evident that if we shift our focus and train our mind’s eye on the nuance - the fine details that do not stand out from those "main events" - we find a treasure-trove of clues that reveal more of the contours, depth and messaging within a near-death experience. And it is often in what we don’t see, that we learn as much as what we do.