Life after death is always a hot topic of discussion, but not scientifically proven, although a Netflix Series begs to differ. Some people believe in rebirth and that karma (the way you behaved in this life) will determine your next rebirth after death.
But you being alive is nearly impossible. That probability is the same as if you handed out 2 million dice, each die with one trillion sides… then rolled those 2 million dice and had them all land on 439,505,270,846. It’s so unbelievable, mathematicians went nuts to create an equation! On the other hand dying is totally ordinary. It’s so ordinary it’s assured. Dying is the most natural, completely average thing you can do.
Knowing that we cannot escape it, some people use rebirth as escapism. Others find it comforting that they will be given another chance after all the s#it they did in this life. Religion believes there is heaven and hell and we are either to spend life in eternal bliss or eternal misery and fire. However the truth may be, some people share chilling things about the afterlife. One book about it is Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon’s Journey into the Afterlife by Eben Alexander. It’s one of those books I highly recommend if you want to see a person insights behind the curtains of life.
There are many instances when someone exposed the bliss that they have experienced of the afterlife or visions from their past lives.
One similar incident happened in Ohio. Brian Miller who was a 41 year old truck driver felt chest pressure while opening the lid of a container. He immediately called 911 and explained his situation to the operator.
Soon he was rushed to the hospital and he had the type of a heart attack where the main artery is completely blocked.
The doctors successful cleared the blockage but after he regained consciousness he developed a condition called ventricular fibrillation. As a result, the heart doesn’t pump blood to the rest of the body.
ICU nurse Emily Bishop confirmed , “he had no heart rate, he had no blood pressure, he had no pulse.” Even the “strong, hard, fast CPR” performed by the doctors were in vain. They used electric shocks on Brian almost four times without any effect.
But he shocked the staff by suddenly coming back to life 45 minutes after a massive heart attack.
Brain exposes that in those moments of death, he experienced “edenic” bliss in a celestial world. He said “the only thing I remember I started seeing the light, and started walking toward the light.”
Walking down a path lined by flowers and white light he came across his deceased step mother. She looked heavenly and happy. He said “she grabbed ahold one of my arms and told me, ‘it’s not your time, you don’t need to be here, we have got to take you back you have got things to go and do.“
Bishop claimed that his pulse returned “out of nowhere”. The fact that his brain had no oxygen for that long and managed to come back is extremely supernatural. He says “there is an afterlife and people need to believe in it, big time.”
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