posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 02:09 PM
reply to post by diamondsmith
I cannot say with certainly what someone feels but i was a near drowning victim.
I was on a boat in a very deep lake called Lake Chelan. Keep in mind the water in this lake is very clear, easy to see 15 feet into the water maybe
deeper. Since the lake can get rough especially where we were, it is common to tie off your boat away from the dock. To do this a cement anchor was
set with a float attached to it, away from the dock about 25-30 feet. I was on the front of a 20' boat and tied the rope to the boat hooks (not sure
the actual name for them), then i jumped over the windshield. My friend and his parents were standing on the dock ready to pull the back of the boat
toward the dock for me to jump off the boat onto the dock. This part never happened. What happen (it was fully understood later) the cement anchor
slid off a shelf it was sitting on and sank deep into the lake. When this happened the rope I tied off that was attached to the cement anchor float
stood the boat straight up and towed it right down to the bottom. The boat was never recovered and depth finders showed the depth in that area was
over 999'. When it stood straight up i was thrown against the dash with water gushing over me.
All i remeber was fighting my way off the dash and trying to get away from the boat. I had no breath because this happened unexpectedly. When i got
free i do not know how deep i was but i could see the sky. Problem was it was the size of a hoola hoop and shrinking. As I was swimming to the
daylight the light circle got as small as a quarter. At this point I then blacked out. I was told I was dead for at least 2 minutes while my friend
and his parents performed CPR on me saving my life.
During this time I was blinded by an extremely bright light (i guess). I did not hear anything. I did not feel anything like heat or cold but I do
recall feeling calm and I had a sense of freedom of thought. After I came too and was coughing up water i could not see. I was blind for several
minutes. The doctors could not explain this other than shock. I have no long term effects from this other than some fear of water and boats.
As I reflect back I feel like I was about to be absorbed by a very large energy source. The source appeared to be totally compatible to me and
therefore I felt no fear of it. Not sure why I was rejected and sent back but i am thankful that it was not my time. Typing this story has given me
goosebumps and chills!
Great post, this question I am sure is on a lot of minds.