Steven Laureys, professor of neurology at the University of Liege in Belgium, and his team have documented the phenomenon and have successfully recreated it.
In the modern world, the mystery of death and what happens next – whether you're a scientist or a spiritualist – still has the power to both fascinate and frighten in equal measure.
Those who have had a near-death experience have one thing in common; Many experienced some sort of life after death. Although they all vary to some degree, the majority described the feeling like an out-of-body experience. What are the differences between science and the spiritual reality of the out-of-body experience during a near-death experience?
Out-of-body experiences, tunnels of light and feelings of euphoria may all have neurological explanations.
Humans have been asking 'what happens after we die?' for a long time and some people have the answer
People in villages surrounding Group Village Headman Undi, Traditional Authority Nkukula in Dowa are living in disbelief, shock and bewilderment since Tuesday, June 21, as a man who they say died and buried last month.
Different cultures and religions have distinct beliefs about life after death, but most of them believe in some sort of afterlife. While most religions agree that another world exists beyond this one, they generally hold very different views on many of its aspects, such as its location, availability, and perhaps most importantly, the best way to successfully reach it.
The discovery that many genes are still working up to 48 hours after death has implications for organ transplants, forensics and our very definition of death
Death rituals help us to cope with loss and perhaps even feelings of guilt associated with disposing of a corpse.
What if death wasn't the end? What if there was a way to use your lifeless remains to orbit the Earth. Or become, say, a fireworks display.
When her father was diagnosed with lung cancer, she made him promise to contact her once he crossed over. It seems that dad is making good on that promise.
Have you ever wondered what is on the other side? There have been many cases of near death experiences (NDEs) that report visiting “heaven,” but not all experience such a pleasant afterlife. In fact, some report visiting hell during their NDE.
The existence of life after death has been debated for virtually all of human history. Rumors of an afterlife, of ghosts and hauntings, angels, demons, heaven and hell have been present in virtually ...
LIFE after death has been "confirmed" by scientists who have discovered consciousness continues even once a person has died.
Research from neuroscience and physics show that there is no good reason to imagine that souls actually exist. We’ll start with the guy in the photo. A blasting accident shot an iron rod through his head, but he survived to give science early evidence of the mind/brain connection.
We've lost a lot of good people in this life. But we refuse to acknowledge that life ends when your meatsack stops breathing and starts rotting. Oh, not for any religious reasons or what have you. We really want there to be an afterlife because it's fun to imagine that the following famous people are actually doing these things right now.
This Boy Died For 52 Seconds And His Story Is Something That Everyone Should Read!
Instead of being in a fragmented state, Drysdale says, people who have near-death experiences maintain a firm memory, behave in a consistent way and often feel “reassured, hopeful and inspired, with a focus on being valued.”
One of the most revolutionary ideas ever conceived is that we are more than our bodies and that our true home lies beyond our physical planet. This idea, that we are or have souls that do not die at death, is found in all the earth’s religions. Under attack since the Enlightenment, it is reemerging in our own day as a revolutionary idea for a materialist culture.