Monday, March 28, 2016

Research Mover Closer To Proving The Afterlife - Near Death Experience

NEW YORK (Jeff Abell / CBS) -- Ellyn Dye is a professional writer who didn't quite learn the lessons of life until she discovered death.

"There really is more than who we human beings are," Dye said.

She made her life-changing discovery on a drive to the supermarket 30-years ago.

Another motorist veered into her path, sending Ellyn Dye crashing.

"I felt no impact I felt nothing. And the next thing I knew I was looking down from the top of my car."

Ellyn Dye was clinically dead and viewing her own crash scene from a distance. It was an out of body experience that sounded all too familiar.

"The tunnel of light showed up. You can see this bright, bright, light but the most important part is you can feel it. I saw almost immediately saw all of my relatives who have passed. You know how happy they were to see me and how proud of me they are."

Her experience confirmed what she had forever believed, that life exists even after death.

Jack Dunlavey said, "I really do think that the worst thing we can be is afraid. I never had a question whether it was real or not it was real for me."


Five years ago, Jack Dunlavey was knocking on deaths door. Not long after pulling his tractor out of the barn, it gave way to the soggy ground.

"Four thousand pounds is what the tractor guy told me," Dunlavey said.

All four thousand pounds overturned and landed on Jack Dunalvey's back.

"Instantly I knew I was going to die."

What happened next, is similar to what happened to Ellyn Dye. A bright tunnel appeared and so did familiar faces.

"But when I walked in and floated into that all my concerns were gone," Dunlavey said. "As I was in there I also saw my parents coming toward me."

Scientists have long believed that these out of body experiences were simply hallucinations. But after studying the stories of more than two thousand heart attack survivors, some researchers now seem convinced those "near death" experiences may actually be real.

The study which is the largest to date, found that more than 40-percent of survivors describe having some form of awareness long after they were declared dead.

Dr. Sam Parnia said, "In general, they described seeing lights, getting peaceful, seeing relatives almost as if they were walking them to where they were going."

"No, there's no life after death, " said one New York City surgeon.

This surgeon says there is a scientific explanation for those near death experiences.

For as long as five minutes after the heart stops, neurons, he says, are still pumping images through the brain.

"So when we talk about that bright light, that's happening in your oxcillary-lobe."

"Some people can't comprehend that something like that can happen," Dunlavey said. "But its getting more common now so people are starting to listen."

For Ellyn Dye, the research bolsters what she's known for years.

"It doesn't convince me more that my experience was real because it was very real," Dye said. "I can say i saw all my relatives who have died. They were alive and more alive than they ever were on planet Earth."
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