Clinical experiments at the Technical University in Berlin have proven the existence of some form of life after death. The announcement by the team of medical doctors and psychologists is based on a study that used new type of near-death experiences supervised by medical experts, where patients were clinically dead for almost 20 minutes and then brought back to life.
Over the last 4 years, 944 volunteers were subjected to this very controversial process. Complex mixtures of drugs, like dimethyltryptamine and epinephrine, were used to induce temporary state of coma and allow the body to survive without any damage after reanimation process. The body of the volunteer was put into temporal comatose state, using mixture of other drugs, which were filtered by ozone 18 minutes later, during the process of reanimation.
The duration of the whole process was extremely long and impossible until the development of a new cardiopulmonary recitation (CPR) machine called the “AutoPulse”. This equipment has been used the last couple of years in reanimating people who had been dead for 40-60 minutes.
Dr. Berthold Ackermann led the team of scientists who monitored the process and collected testimonies from the subjects. There were some differences from one statement to another, but all of them described some very similar sensations and remembered having memories from the period when they were clinically dead.
“Most of the memories were very similar- feeling of levitation, warmth and security, feeling of being detached from the body, absolute dissolution, total serenity and presence of an overwhelming light.”
All of the subjects had different religion, there were Muslims, Christians, Jews, Hindus and atheist, which meant that the religious belief of each subject could not have held any incidence on their experience and sensation from the experiment. This is why the researchers were aware how shocking their conclusions would be for most people.
In the past, medical journals have described the near-death experiences as some form of hallucination. But the team of Dr. Ackermann believes it could be a proof of an afterlife existence, like some kind of dualism between the body and the mind.
As the doctor says: “I know that the results from our clinical experiment will shock many people and disturb their beliefs. But in the same time, we have answered the biggest question in mankind`s history, and this is a reason enough for these people to forgive us. Indeed, there is life after death and it seems it applies for every single human being.”