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Near-Death Experiences of the Exceptional Type
By Kevin R. Williams, B.Sc.

Hands and sun. The near-death experiences (NDEs) listed on this page were selected as "notable" by myself, webmaster Kevin Williams, for various reasons. Mellen-Thomas Benedict, for example, has been called "the encyclopedia of the afterlife" by Deepak Chopra because of knowledge gained from his NDE - one of the most transcendental NDEs ever recorded. Dr. George Ritchie's NDE is so transcendental, it inspired Dr. Raymond Moody to begin his ground-breaking study into NDEs. Carl G. Jung, the famous Swiss psychiatrist who founded analytical psychology and and developed the concepts of archetypes, the collective unconscious and synchronicity, had an NDE during which he viewed the Earth from outer space and gave a perfect description of it before space travel even existed. He also saw the "avatar" of his physician during his NDE which led him to correctly predict his physician's death. Edgar Cayce made over 14,000 out-of-body journeys into the spirit realm and was able to access virtually unlimited information by visiting the so-called "Akashic Records" (aka the "Temple of Knowledge" described by a large number of NDEs. Pam Reynolds had an NDE during which she saw remarkably detailed out-of-body observations during her surgery which were later verified to be true. Her case is considered to be one of the strongest cases of veridical (i.e., verified) evidence in NDE research because of her ability to describe the unique surgical instruments and procedures used and her ability to describe in detail these events while she was clinically brain dead. All of the other NDEs listed below are notable because they are also transcendental in nature.

Notable NDEs Index
1. Angie Fenimore 15. Edgar Cayce 29. John Hernandez 43. May Eulitt
2. Arthur Yensen 16. Elane Durham 30. John Hogue 44. Mellen-Thomas Benedict
3. Barbara Whitfield 17. Emanuel Swedenborg 31. Josiane Antonette 45. Ned Dougherty
4. Betty Andreasson 18. George de Benneville 32. Juliet Nightingale 46. Pam Reynolds
5. Betty Bethards 19. George Ritchie 33. Karen Schaeffer 47. Plato's Er
6. Betty Eadie 20. George Rodonaia 34. Kenneth Hagin 48. P.M.H. Atwater
7. Brian Krebs 21. Gilles Bedard 35. Kimberly Clark-Sharp 49. RaNelle Wallace
8. Carl Jung 22. Grace Bubulka 36. Larry Hagman 50. Reinee Pasarow
9. Christian Andreason 23. Guenter Wagner 37. Laurelynn Martin 51. Richard Eby
10. Daniel Rosenblit 24. Howard Pittman 38. Linda Stewart 52. Ricky Randolph
11. Dannion Brinkley 25. Howard Storm 39. Lou Famoso 53. Sandra Rogers
12. David Goines 26. Ian McCormack 40. Lynnclaire Dennis 54. Thomas Sawyer
13. David Oakford 27. Jan Price 41. Martha St. Claire 55. Tiffany Snow
14. Dianne Morrissey 28. Jayne Smith 42. Mary Baxter 56. Vicki Umipeg
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