Scientist gave 8 evidence of the reality of life after death

(ORDO NEWS) — Jeffrey Long, MD, USA, oncologist, gave 8 evidence of the reality of “life after death”, based on research data.

There is no universally accepted definition of a near-death experience (NDE). NDE definitions have been used with some modification for over 35 years, Long writes. While no two NDEs are the same, there are characteristics that are commonly seen in this case.

These characteristics include seeing and hearing outside the physical body, going into or through a tunnel, encountering mystical light, intense and generally positive emotions, revisiting some or all of previous life experiences, encountering deceased loved ones, and choosing to return to earthly life.

During a long study, the expert collected 9 evidence in favor of the fact that near-death experiences are real.

Looking at NDE from both a medical and a logical perspective, unconscious people should not often report very clear experiences that are logically structured.

Therefore, the scientist believes, it works in favor of the reality of this experience.

“Near-death experiences often occur in association with cardiac arrest. Previous studies have shown that 10 to 20 seconds after cardiac arrest, electroencephalogram measurements typically do not detect significant measurable electrical activity in the cerebral cortex.

Prolonged, detailed, conscious experience after cardiac arrest should not be possible, but is reported in many NDEs.

1.This is especially noticeable given the long period of amnesia

that usually precedes and follows recovery from cardiac arrest,” Long explains. is a clear separation of consciousness from the

body.About 45% of those experiencing experience see and hear current earth events from a vantage point that is separate from, and usually above, their physical body.After

cardiac arrest, people interviewed saw and then accurately described their own resuscitation.

2. Near-death experiences with vision in the blind and supernatural vision

Seeing in the near-death experiences of the blind, including those who are completely blind from birth, has been described in many cases.

This, along with the conclusion that vision in NDE is typically different from normal everyday vision and is often described as supernormal, also suggests that NDE cannot be explained by our current understanding of how the brain works.

3. Near-death experiences under general anesthesia

Under adequate general anesthesia, it should not be possible to have a clear, organized memory, Long emphasizes.

This is evidenced by studies using EEG and functional brain imaging of patients conducted under general anesthesia.

They provide substantial evidence that an anesthetized brain should not produce conscious memories.

4. Near-death experiences and life review

Some near-death experiences involve a review of some or all previous lives. Life review may include awareness of what other people felt and thought at the time they interacted with them.

This previously unknown awareness of what other people felt and thought when they interacted with them is extremely amazing.

5. Meeting with dead loved ones in NDE

People in the NDE may describe encounters with people they knew during their earthly lives. It should be noted that people who saw a person whom they believed to be alive, in fact, recently died, reported this.

These cases show that NDEs cannot be explained by the experiencer’s expectations of what will happen during the life-threatening event.

6. Near-death experiences in young children

Very young children have near-death experiences that are strikingly similar to those of older children and adults.

This is further evidence that NDEs occur regardless of existing cultural beliefs, religious background, or awareness of the existence of NDEs.

7. Cross-cultural NDE studies

The absence of significant differences in NDE content around the world is consistent with the concept that NDEs occur independently of physical brain function as currently understood. Thus, the experience does not depend on the place of residence, religion and other factors.

8. Consequences of near-death experiences

After a near-death experience, significant changes usually occur in people’s lives, which are called the consequences of the event.

Notably, NDEs often occur in just a few minutes of unconsciousness, but usually result in significant and lifelong changes in beliefs and values.


“The combination of the nine previous pieces of evidence leads to the conclusion that NDEs are medically inexplicable. Any one or more of the 8 pieces of evidence would probably be strong enough for many, but the combination of all 8 pieces of evidence presented provides strong evidence that NDEs are, in a word, , are real,” the MD concluded.


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