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Tuesday 7 October 2014

Life after death

A friend of mine recently told me that following his eighth heart attack he could hear the voices of the medical staff explaining to his wife that he was unlikely to survive. He then found himself walking in an incredibly beautiful garden; the like of which he had never known. Suddenly he saw a bench and feeling tired he sat down before regaining consciousness. He now feels that he had an after death experience.

A report in the Daily Mail describes work carried out at Southampton University into near death experiences, much like that described above.   
Lead scientist Dr Sam Parnia said:   'Clearly, the recalled experience surrounding death now merits further genuine investigation without prejudice.'  

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I believe this can be explained by my theory of negative dimensions which assigns three values to time instead of the usual one. On death, the 'imaginary' time component persists for as long as the brain, using what oxygen it has, operates. This may last for a few minutes and is, I believe, how the brain prepares the  person for eventual death in the same way it prepares the body for life from the very start. Read the full story in my book: Spiritual Man: An Introduction to Negative Dimensions. Available for download to Kindle and Kobo

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