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Near Death in the ICU

By Laurin Bellg
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Near-Death and Out-of-Body Experiences of the Afterlife
By Kevin R. Williams, B.Sc.

Jane Seymour photo. There are special categories of near-death experiences (NDEs) which "stand out" from other NDEs. One such special category is the NDEs of Hollywood stars. They are rich and famous, have nothing to gain by telling the world about their NDE, but risk losing everything by doing so. People who reveal their NDEs to others are often thought to be crazy and can lead to negative consequences. Another special category is the NDEs of children. Young children often do not have a religious bias nor have they been exposed to other NDE testimonials; yet, their NDEs are the same as adult NDEs. Another special category is the NDEs of pet owners who have a deceased pet they have loved dearly - often as dearly as a family member. People having NDEs are frequently greeted by a loved one and many deceased pet owners have been greeted by their deceased pet during their NDE. Such NDE experiencers become pleasantly surprised to learn of the existence of a heaven for animals. Another special category is the NDEs of homosexuals whose NDEs are no different than the NDEs of heterosexuals. The NDEs of homosexuals counter religious dogma which often views homosexuality to be a one-way ticket to hell. Another such category is the NDEs of atheists which also counters religious dogma that often views atheism to be a one-way ticket to hell. NDE research show it doesn't matter what a person's religion, sexual orientation, social status, age, race, gender, etc. in determining what that person's afterlife condition will be. The only thing that really matters is how much unconditional love a person has shown to others throughout their life because unconditional love is the very essence of God. Other such special categories include the NDEs of Native Americans, people from medieval times, groups of people, and NDEs involving archetypes like those found in dreams.

NDE and OBE Experiences of the Afterlife Index
1. Notable NDEs 11. NDEs of Atheists
2. NDE Archives 12. NDEs of Children
3. NDE from the 18th Century 13. NDEs of Gay and Lesbians
4. NDE of a Native American 14. NDEs of Groups of People
5. NDE Induced by Triggers 15. NDEs of Medieval Times
6. NDEs and Dreams 16. NDEs of Psychics
7. NDEs Involving Angels 17. NDEs of Religious People
8. NDEs Involving Archetypes 18. NDEs of Rich and Famous People
9. NDEs Involving Reincarnation 19. NDEs with Deceased Pets
10. NDEs Involving Suicide 20. Out-of-Body Experiences

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