posted on Mar, 2 2012 @ 09:16 PM
I have been a member for some time. I obviously don't post much, but this topic really grabbed me. I am one of those people who have been the
"victim" of what is commonly referred to as an NDE, and though I was an Atheist or at the least an Agnostic before the experience, I have a much
different view now.
I now have no doubt that the afterlife and eternal exist. There were some suggestions of reincarnation in my NDE, but since things get a bit
scattered and confused (probably intentionally by the contactors) in such an experience, I do not know if reincarnation is true, partly true, or just
a metaphor my contactors used to illuminate to me different aspects of my soul.
One thing I did retain, is that the universe has a singularity. It is the point in time in which matter was made, well, matter! Cayce stated that
all time, when viewed from the highest dimension, is a single moment. Of course, time for us is linear, and this is the blessing (and the curse) of
living as a 3rd dimensional entity. What I am sure of, is that my NDE was real. I met beings not of this world. Their initial words to me: "you
have been brought along as a mitigating agent for vice, with the capacity for direct action;" enigmatic, I know, but one has to read between the
My NDE, though it is hard to remember the details, was no dream. I am a 43 year old educated man with a master's degree. I was always a sceptic
until that week (or so!) in the fall of 2007. I have come back with no powers, knowledge, or special insight except for the fact that I no longer
view time or the universe (including human mortality) the same way.
I have become a Christian, though I am no Biblical literalist. God exists, Jesus was at the very least really cool.