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British And German Scientists Prove There Is Life After Death

British and German scientists have confirmed there is life after death after bringing

British and German scientists have confirmed there is some form of life after death. The astonishing conclusion is based on the results of two separate European studies using a new type of medically supervised near-death experience that allows patients to be “clinically dead” for almost 20 minutes before being brought back to life.

In the British study – a large scale research project involving more than 2,000 people – scientists confirmed that consciousness does carry on after the heart stops. It had been believed the brain stopped all activity 30 seconds after the heart had stopped pumping blood around the body, and that with that, awareness ceases too.

But the shock research from the University of Southampton proved “clinically dead” people continue having thoughts — and also uncovered the most convincing scientific evidence yet that “out of body” experiences are real.

Lead researcher Dr Sam Parnia said: “Contrary to perception, death is not a specific moment but a potentially reversible process that occurs after any severe illness or accident causes the heart, lungs and brain to cease functioning. If attempts are made to reverse this process, it is referred to as ‘cardiac arrest’; however, if these attempts do not succeed it is called ‘death’.”

Of the 2,060 patients from Austria, the US and the UK interviewed for the study who had survived cardiac arrest, almost 40 per cent said that they recall some form of awareness after being pronounced clinically dead. Dr Parnia continued: “This suggests more people may have mental activity initially but then lose their memories after recovery, either due to the effects of brain injury or sedative drugs on memory recall.

Perhaps the most significant finding of the British study is that of a 57-year old man who is the first scientifically confirmed “out of body” experience in a patient. The man was able to recall with eerie accuracy what was going on around him after he had “died” temporarily. Dr Parnia continued: “This is significant, since it has often been assumed that experiences in relation to death are likely hallucinations or illusions occurring either before the heart stops or after the heart has been successfully restarted, but not an experience corresponding with ‘real’ events when the heart isn’t beating. In this case, consciousness and awareness appeared to occur during a three-minute period when there was no heartbeat.”

The British study was published in the journal Resuscitation and are now available online — and it’s conclusions are supported by a concurrent German study from the Technische Universität of Berlin.

The German study involved medically-supervised near death experiences undertaken by 944 volunteers over that last four years, and used a complex mixture of drugs including epinephrine and dimethyltryptamine to allow the body to survive the state of “clinical death” and be reanimated without damage.

The volunteer subjects were put into temporary comatic states induced by a mixture of other drugs which had to be filtered by ozone during the reanimation process 18 minutes later.

The team of scientists, led by Dr Berthold Ackermann, monitored the operations and compiled testimonies of the subjects. Although there are some slight variations from one individual to another, all of the subjects have some memories of their period of clinical death — and a vast majority of them described very similar sensations.

Most common memories include a feeling of detachment from the body, feelings of levitation, total serenity, security, warmth, the experience of absolute dissolution, and the presence of an overwhelming light.

The scientists say that they are well aware that many of their conclusions could shock a lot of people. Mr Ackermann said the religious beliefs of the various subjects seems to have made no difference at all regarding the sensations and experiences that subjects described at the end of the experiment. The volunteers included members of various Christian denominations, Muslims, Jews, Hindus and atheists.

I know our results could disturb the beliefs of many people” says Mr Ackermann. “But in a way, we have just answered one of the greatest questions in the history of mankind, so I hope these people will be able to forgive us. Yes, there is life after death and it looks like this applies to everyone.”

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  • Anders Christensen

    I think you got your numbers wrong, in a manner that makes the results seem a lot broader than it was.

    You write: «Of the 2,060 patients from Austria, the US and the UK interviewed for
    the study who had survived cardiac arrest, almost 40 per cent said that
    they recall some form of awareness after being pronounced clinically
    dead.» while the article you refer to states: «Among 2060 CA events, 140 survivors completed stage 1 interviews, while 101 of 140 patients completed stage 2 interviews. 46% had memories […]»

    That takes it from 40% of 2060 CA-patients, to 46% of a 7% subgroup of 2060 CA-patients.

  • Ralf Yuri

    So, those who believe in scientists is going to die today.

  • Amaris

    That must have been one scary experiment for the volunteers. What guarantees were they given that they would definitely come back to life? We know that some resuscitations are not successful, was that included in the stats? There is also lots of evidence of people who died and came back who had encounters with the devil and hell. Guess that was not included

    • NoMoreUserNames

      @Amaris – Extremely likely these things weren’t included because they didn’t happen here. You can’t take things you’ve heard about in other situations and assume, therefore, they must have happened in this study.
      And, yeah, I was thinking the same thing about the German study. I sure wouldn’t be volunteering to participate in that study.

  • Peter Westwood

    So: The real question is what is life, rather than what happens after death. If we don’t understand the nature of this reality we cannot understand what happens when the game is over (as we perceive it).
    Try this mind bending:
    http://olivefarmercrete.blogspot.gr/2016/12/so-you-think-this-is-real.html

  • Joseph Kalman

    I wonder if a person has any afterthought when he is instantly blown pieces by a grenade let’s say in Aleppo?

  • Daniël J du Plessis

    When the heart stops there is obviously still blood with oxygen and nutrients required for brain cell function bathing these brain cells – so it was only the heart that “died/stopped”, not the brain and its functions, including awareness – such will continue until these cell “fuels” run out and the brain “dies” or has lost its integrity to fire normally. Probably [only] once a brain had been blown to pieces in an instant and some indication/awareness of what occurred thereafter can be proven, one would be able to embark on statements like “proven life after death”…..though to do this experiment in a controlled indisputable way is going to be very problematic…