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Re: KA

Apr 12, 2010 11:53 PM
by nhcareyta

Dear Cass

You may have read this article from ABC news 
the other day which is a typical but interesting 
materialistic perspective:

Study shines light on near-death experiences

Updated Thu Apr 8, 2010 4:25pm AEST

People who have "near-death experiences," such as flashing lights, feelings of peace and joy and divine encounters before they pull back from the brink may simply have raised levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the blood, a study suggests.

Near-death experiences (NDEs) are reported by between 11 and 23 percent of survivors of heart attacks, according to previous research.

But what causes NDEs is strongly debated. Some pin the mechanisms on physical or psychological reasons, while others see a transcendental force.

Researchers in Slovenia, reporting in a peer-reviewed journal, Critical Care, investigated 52 consecutive cases of heart attacks in three large hospitals.

The patients' average age was 53 years. Forty-two of them were men.

Eleven patients had NDEs, but there was no common link between these cases in terms of age, sex, level of education, religious belief, fear of death, time to recovery or the drugs that were administered to resuscitate them.

Instead, a common association was high levels of CO2 in the blood and, to a lesser degree, of potassium.

Further work is needed to confirm the findings among a larger sample of patients, say the authors, led by Zalika Klemenc-Ketis of the University of Maribor.

Having an NDE can be a life-changing experience, so understanding its causes is important for heart-attack survivors, they say.


Kind regards

--- In, Cass Silva <silva_cass@...> wrote:
> ILLUMINATING THE AFTERLIFE "Zero-point Light": The White Light of 
> Death
> Most individuals who have a near-death experience see a great white 
> light at death. Many describe this light as consciousness emanating 
> unconditional love. There actually is such a light and it is "on 
> earth as it is in heaven," related to a phenomenon called "zero 
> point." 
> Studies are revealing that there is a "zero-point energy field" that 
> resides in stillness and yet maintains continual motion. Scientists 
> have long looked for explanations of what we would call the 
> miraculous, and zero-point energy seems to be it. 
> The phenomenon begins with chilling something to absolute zero, 
> almost three hundred degrees below zero centigrade. Atomic motion 
> stopsâ?"but energy continues. An experiment done by researchers 
> including Lene Vestergaard Hau demonstrated that light was frozen to 
> a standstill at "zero" velocity or speed, which means that light 
> vanished. Its imprint, however, did not! The "disappeared" light 
> regenerated when stimulated by yet another light. 
> Only quantum theory can explain why the background radiation 
> continued to emanateâ?"why something can move even when completely 
> still. The particles might not be moving directionally, but they 
> could flash in and out of existence. The implications of this finding 
> are staggering. 
> For example, skeptics ask why only some people remember past lives. 
> According to researcher Walter Schempp, memory is not stored in the 
> brain, but rather in what I call the "genesis field." This field is 
> composed of zero-point light. 3Memories of the past, parallel 
> existences, ancestral events, or even the future flash in and out of 
> existenceâ?"or in this case, awarenessâ?"based on our relationship with 
> the field. If our light is "on," we will remember. When the departing 
> soul sees the light, memories flood in. The light from the Source 
> frees the soul from its frozen state. 
> The fact that we are made of lightâ?"that the body itself is a 
> biophoton organism, has been well established by several researchers, 
> including Fritz-Albert Popp. One of Popp's findings was that DNA 
> itself is a storehouse of light, or biophoton emissions. 
> The more photons that are emitted from an organism's DNA, the higher 
> it stands on the evolutionary scale. The zero-point or genesis field 
> plays a central role in originating and responding to this internal 
> light. If a body of photons internalizes too much or too little light 
> from the field, disease results. Popp concluded that organisms are 
> healthiest if they rely on a minimum of "free energy." This means 
> that they each approach their own zero state, or 
> nothingness. 4Essentially, we can, and need to, generate our own 
> light. 
> This explains how a soul can be integrated into the body one momentâ?"
> and then be gone in the next moment. It is not destroyed; it merely 
> blinks into another pocket of the universe. This shows how our 
> spirits, with their infinite wisdom, can surround our bodies and why 
> sometimes knowledge is availableâ?"and then suddenly, is not available. 
> This also reveals the true nature of the White Light: a consciousness 
> that operates at zero point produces a zero-point field, and always 
> holds us, even when we do not recognize it. ILLUMINATING THE 
> AFTERLIFE "Zero-point Light": "The fact that we are made of lightâ?"
> that the body itself is a biophoton organism, has been well 
> established by several researchers, including Fritz-Albert Popp. One 
> of Popp's findings was that DNA itself is a storehouse of light, or 
> biophoton emissions."
> This is the story of the spirit. When you enter the physical realm, 
> your spirit "freezes," at least relative to your everyday 
> consciousness. You cannot see, hear, or touch it, because you are 
> identifying chiefly with the "imprint" that it leaves: your body, 
> which is encoded by your soul and mind. At death, a lightâ?"the White 
> Lightâ?"re-stimulates your spirit. The body disappears, not because it 
> does not exist anymore but because the more ethereal parts of you, 
> such as your soul, reabsorb the body's essential qualities or 
> energetic charges. The shift from body to soul is accomplished while 
> we are dying and just after the body dies. The transformation from 
> soul to spirit usually happens after death through the Planes of 
> Light, which expose us to higher and higher frequencies of light. And 
> there is yet another energy body that interconnects the physical 
> bodywith the soul body. The Ancient Egyptians called it the Ka. The 
> Ka is the "light body," and it is fed by light. Most often, the light 
> body is not provided the light it needs to generate until we are 
> dying, at which time the ill are often described as "glowing." You 
> can, however, activate the light body, as well as your physical body, 
> through the chakras while you are alive. It is simply a matter of 
> knowing how. The most vital entryways for light in the body are the 
> chakras and the auric fields. These energy centers not only convert 
> low- to high-spectrum light and back again, but also fast- to slow-
> moving energy and vice versa.
> http://stpresskit. files.wordpress. com/2008/ 06/the-whte- light.pdf

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