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Had a spot of time to think over this. I recall a documentary where the usual pseudosceptics (Blackmoore, Wiseman etc) responded to this type of evidence by suggesting that the memories were created by hallucination in the mid-brain. I have to say that sounded a little desperate at the time, more so considering that Pam had no brainstem activity and no way to hear or see the details she reported.

I am strongly of the opinion that NDE cases need to be stratified between those with confirmable descriptions of events whilst clinically dead and those which simply describe a profound personal experience. The latter can be dismissed as hallucination whilst the former cannot.


Have you built up an archetypal profile of an NDE? I understand that there are cross-cultural similarities as well as cultural conformities in reported experiences. Western cases being more likely to describe seeing relatives for example.



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