posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 06:29 PM
I studied NDE in college for some papers I was writing. Children who have had NDE's offer some of the best chances of learning what happens after
death we can hope for. In opposition to what many of you believe, the experiences they speak of often times have little to do with the religious
beliefs of the parents and children who relate their experiences do not show signs of indoctrination. Some are too young to comprehend adult ideas
about death and dying and come back with knowledge beyond their years. The concepts of out of body experience, telepathy, and such that they relate
are ideas not taught by parents or educators and are concepts they are most likely unexposed to prior to the experience itself. Many children speak of
meeting "beings of the light" or "greeters" as opposed to actually meeting God or a god figure, although some do, in fact, claim to have met God,
Jesus, Mohammad, Budda, etc. Sometimes, the god figure met is not the god the parents worship.
Dr. Raymond Moody did much research on this subject.