Newest Accounts

These NDE accounts were submitted to our website and are published here anonymously. Minor edits have been made to protect the identity of the experiencer and others who may have been involved with the experience. Archives of the early NDE accounts, from 2002 through 2004, from our earlier Message Board are in the last 18 items in the list.

I had a job to do

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Monday, 01 July 2013 09:52

In 1981, I was involved in a very serious car accident in Germany while serving in the US Army. I broke my left femur in 2 places, broke 6 ribs, collapsed both lungs, had a concussion and was in a coma for 10 days. Right after the accident occurred (I was not driving) as the passengers in the car exited the car they were pulling a lifeless body out of the car and laid it on the ground beside the wrecked car. I felt like I was behind these guys, watching, and was horrified when I saw the lifeless body was mine.

Example From Heaven

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Thursday, 27 June 2013 12:43

In May of 2001 (I was 22) I became very weak; it was hard for me to get around. Trying to swallow was even worse. I went online to find out what was wrong. I'll never forget the day I found my diagnosis. After reading about Myasthenia Gravis and spotting the mortality rate: 80%,  I was motivated to find answers. After a few trips to the doctors I was admitted to a hospital. After many tests, my self-diagnosis was proven correct.

Aslan the cat and forgiveness

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Wednesday, 26 June 2013 22:58

I was preparing for the birth of my son via C-Section as my daughter was born the same way two years before that. Prior to the 8 a.m. scheduled delivery, I started to have contractions so they wheeled me into surgery right away. In the 80's, it was still assumed to be dangerous to have normal birth after a C-section.

My Mother & I

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Wednesday, 26 June 2013 22:14

On that day 18 years ago, just as we reached a grassy area between the hospital and the parking deck, a torrent of tears gushed out of me like a sea of pent up emotion which flowed for several minutes, punctuated by shortness of breath, sad noises, searing emotional pain, helpless, hopeless. My dad stood nearby stoic, dignified and calm as always, but I knew a similar emotional tsunami had been unleashed inside him. He stood and let me get the first waves of despair out so that I could drive us home.

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