posted on Apr, 29 2014 @ 10:13 AM
I wanted to make this post because it brings back frightening memories for me from when I was younger and quite the daredevil and adrenaline junkie,
and hopefully it might help myself and others understand what happens to us when it's our time to die.
I have had two major near death experiences, one of which included an OBE.
The first case was in March of 1985. I was 19 and had just left a party at about 3am and ended up getting myself into a major police chase through
four counties. I won't go into all the details of the chase, but it lasted over an hour and reached speeds well over 130 mph. That's how fast I was
going when I crashed on the interstate. Just before the crash, everything got weird. Everything went into super slow motion and then I left my body. I
was suddenly just behind and above my body watching myself drive the car. It was like I was looking over the back of my own head. I could only watch
my body's movements as I had no control at all over them. Also there was no more sound at all. Utter silence as the car crashed. Then suddenly I was
back in my body and they were pulling me out of the car through the windshield. I was banged up a little, but was for the most part completely
unharmed by the crash. I never hit my head nor lost consciousness the whole time, so I definitely did not dream up that experience due to any head
trauma. I'm 48 years old now and I've never forgotten what happened to me that night.
The second case was not as dramatic as the first, but is relevant nonetheless. I was cliff diving with some friends one day. It was an 80 foot high
cliff at a lake. At the top, there was a short path that led to a small rock outcropping that we would run down and then jump. Well, the rock up there
had gotten very wet and slippery from the multiple times my friends and I had already jumped from it. Needless to say, when it was my turn, I slipped
on the wet rock and fell head first down the cliff. I instantly knew that I was probably about to die on the rocks below and everything went into
super slow motion mode and there was no sound at all, same as the first case. The only difference this time was that I didn't leave my body. I did in
fact land on the rocks at the base of the cliff and I never hit the water because I didn't get enough outward momentum to clear the rocks when I fell
from the top. The way I landed was bizarre. Somehow my head and shoulders slid into a groove between two giant rocks and it acted as a brake of sorts
and that's how I ended up, upside down with my back against the cliff and the top of my head in the water and I was looking out across the lake at
water level wondering what just happened to me. Again, I escaped major injury. All it did was jam my neck and I couldn't turn my head for a few weeks
until it healed.
Anyway, I hope my story will be beneficial to someone somewhere. These are just the two major incidents that I'll never forget. As many crazy things
as I've done, I should have been killed many times over and yet I'm still here, although much more prepared and know what to expect when my time
comes. These experiences have also confirmed without any doubt to me that the end of life in this body is not the end of my existence.