Woman Who Spent ‘Five Years In Heaven’ After She Was Clinically Dead Shares What She Saw
A woman who was clinically dead for over fourteen minutes and says she saw a mountain range ‘30,000 times huger than Mount Everest’ in the afterlife has shared her experience.
Dr Lynda Cramer was on the way to her bathroom before she ‘died’ in the early hours of the morning on May 6, 2001.
However, she claims her journey did not stop there and that she went to heaven during the time paramedics rushed to save her.
Once resuscitated, she shared all that she had seen during an experience that felt five years long to her.
Recalling what happened in an interview with NDE Diary on Youtube, Dr Cramer claims she floated above paramedics working on her body, before she explored the afterlife, where she could take any form she chose.
She also spoke about several of the striking sights she saw, many of which could not be rivalled on earth.
Recounting one experience, Dr Cramer said: “That’s when I found myself standing in what I termed the the field of flowers. I was observing the mountain range 30,000 times huger than Mount Everest.
“There’s a huge mountain range over in the back of wherever I was. I could see buildings with skyscrapers.
Dubai are like little miniature huts in comparison. I saw lakes, I could see everything in a panoramic view.”
She added: “So I’m there interacting with people, talking to people, becoming them.”
Talking of the phenomenon known as Near Death Experiences in its video description, NDE diary wrote: “Some People dismiss near death experiences (NDE) as dreams or the hallucinations of a dying brain, people generally do not have the same kinds of hallucinations. In contrast, the descriptions of near-death experiences are remarkably consistent across culture and time.”
Meanwhile, neuroscientific research suggests that a NDE is a phenomenon resulting from ‘disturbed bodily multisensory integration’ that occurs during a life-threatening event.
While people report feeling a range of experiences, some positive and some negative, general features of NDEs are said to include visions of deceased relatives and religious figures, and outer body experiences.