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Raman joins me now via Skype from Anniston Alabama welcome.
Thank you so much for your immune your program -- this is a passion for a lot of people just.
Very quirky kind of understanding that what happens when we -- so what was it what happens when we got.
Stays all over the world literally by positions on every continent have shown that -- At that point where your heart stops beating you -- into I'm.
Motive consciousness that is even more real -- hands it -- than ordinary waking reality.
People tell us that at this point their heart stops beating they seem to leave their physical bodies and go through passageways.
Into an incredibly brilliant light which they described as very comforting and peaceful and joyful.
And undergo panoramic number -- in which they tell us that all of the events are.
Just got displayed -- instantaneously.
Around them in any sort of saw.
Hollowed ground my hand that -- at this point actually kind of relives every event that their life.
And I think corn from the point of view both of those with -- -- interactive.
Feel and com I'm sorry.
-- you know.
Everyone of us who dreams -- it has visited dreams when you're in the drain it's real to you it's very real to -- is reality.
But when you come out of a dream that you realize oh that was a drain.
What doesn't research say about -- near death experiences is it just a dream on steroids.
Or something different well.
That's -- great metaphor about actually yes it does seem to be something totally different.
-- don't these don't conform to the things that people say about dreams and just as you're saying you know when you.
Come out of a dream in the morning you can -- you want -- coming back.
To re talented because the dream moral seems time incoherent and -- on radio -- Comparison and that's exactly what people say with these near death experiences they say that when they enter into that state that that state.
Makes this world sing dream white line.
Comparison so actually hit some.
Is an experienced this kind of on the other end of the scale from dreaming.
And did you did you grow up in a religious household where you had this belief about what happens after -- -- Well no I.
Didn't as a matter of fact I just want -- raised religious and the way I got anxious and in this question of life after death wasn't breathing.
Please tell us republic when I was eighteen years old but that.
University of Virginia and became a philosophy major because of the republic and got your interest in this question of life or death which seemed very counterintuitive.
To me not -- -- from my.
Religious household I was.
I was an amateur astronomer beginning at age seven so that was -- different take on this from that religious people.
And what about the what is -- the research shows that big near death experiences.
You know which you point and and and maybe you can kind of describe what that is.
That these are actual this is a reality -- you know there's a book paranormal.
That there is something after you -- that there is some place somewhere and and and and what does the research show.
Well you know something that was a hard -- for -- to -- I'll tell you the truth that it took me a lot of investigation -- 67 years old now at about three years ago it finally occurred to me let.
It's really hard to think you're out of your way out of us and so I'm willing to -- hell yeah.
Yeah there's life after death and -- one of the things you know that's come -- home it went connection with this that that some people object.
Well these near death experiences are just the chemistry of the brain because when they.
Oxygen -- not is cut off to the -- them and -- -- throws out these hallucinatory phenomenon but the trouble with that is you see that -- Later same phenomenon all of the elements of this near death experience are also frequently.
Reported to us by bystanders.
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