Last Updated on December 15, 2023 by Argufier

A group of psychologists and doctors from Berlin’s Technische Universität made a startling announcement. The team of experts claims that life after death exists in some form and has been proven by clinical studies.
The statement comes from a study of medically supervised near-death experiences that cause patients to die clinically, lasting about 20 minutes before they are brought back to life.

The four-year study involved 944 volunteers and used a combination of drugs such as adrenaline and dimethyltryptamine, which allow the body to survive the state of clinical death and the resuscitation process intact. After the onset of clinical death, the patient was put into a temporary coma. For this, the doctors used various drug mixtures, which were filtered out of the patient’s bloodstream after 18 minutes by ozone.

The 20-minute duration of the experiment was only made possible by the recent introduction of a new cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) machine, the AutoPulse. In the past few years, people who have been dead for between 40 minutes and an hour have been revived with this type of device.

The study was led by Dr. Berthold Ackermann and his team, who closely monitored the experiment and collected various testimonies from the subjects. The results showed that all subjects remembered some clinical death experiences, most of which were very similar. However, there were differences between individual patients.

Most reports included feelings of detachment from the body, feelings of floating, complete peace, safety, warmth, a sense of total disintegration, and the presence of an overwhelming light.

The medical team also added that they were aware of how their experiment might affect most people, especially when they made it clear that religious beliefs did not affect the participants’ feelings and experiences during the experiment. Specifically, the study involved people of different faiths – Christians, Muslims, Jews, Hindus, and atheists.

Although borderline experiences have often been dismissed as hallucinations by medical science in the past, Dr. Ackermann and his team shed new light on the issue. Evidence for the existence of an afterlife has been linked to a form of mind-body dualism.

In the words of Dr. Ackermann: ” I know that our results may disturb the faith of many people. But in a way, we’ve just answered one of the biggest questions in human history, so I hope these people will forgive us. Yes, there is life after death, and it seems to apply to everyone.”

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