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Friday, September 19, 2008

Study Investigates Out-of-Body Experiences by Clinically Dead

Just as we are only truly able to appreciate the design and beauty of a crop circle (see photo) from above, so do the investigators of a study to be carried out on heart patients who are resuscitated, intend to place pictures throughout the ER and other care rooms in a hospital, in such a way that they can only be viewed from above.

In other words, in order to see the pictures, you would need to be near the ceiling. Hence, so believe the researchers, if you can describe the pictures after having been resuscitated, it means you were "alive" and out-of-body during the process of resuscitation from clinical death.

The Independent recently published an article about a study to be carried out by a "coalition of British and US scientists". They have "launched an experiment to study more than 1,500 heart attack patients over the next three years to see if people with no heartbeat and brain activity can have genuine "out-of-body" experiences. "

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"About 25 centres in the US and Britain, including Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge, University Hospital in Birmingham and the Morriston Hospital in Swansea, will take part in the experiment. Over the next three years about 15,000 patients will be brought to these hospitals suffering from cardiac arrest. Around 1,500 are likely to be resuscitated and hundreds will probably claim they had some sort of out-of-body experience when they were clinically dead."

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