Deathbed experiences – the scientific research that shows we may not die!

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Dr Peter Fenwick has written a book: The Art of Dying, in which he researches the steps that happen as an individual approaches death.

  1. The dying person talks to dead relatives.
  2. Their mindset changes from dread to looking forward to going on a journey.
  3. The patient becomes “Terminally lucid”.They will sit up, greet a dead relative whom they alone see.
  4. Moment of death coincidences – cats, dogs or animals known to the dying will react at the moment of death – even if far away in another country.
  5. Mechanical coincidences: clocks stop, lights in the house turn off.

To find out more about this amazing research watch the interview with Dr Fenwick below!

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About Kevin Flanagan

Kevin is a journalist and writer. He edits The Sunday Independent Travel magazine and is writing a book about his time working with the legendary ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev.
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One Response to Deathbed experiences – the scientific research that shows we may not die!

  1. The dying person talks to dead relatives.
    Their mindset changes from dread to looking forward to going on a journey.
    The patient becomes “Terminally lucid”.They will sit up, greet a dead relative whom they alone see.
    Moment of death coincidences – cats, dogs or animals known to the dying will react at the moment of death – even if far away in another country.
    all that happened to me when I had only once near experience dead , I was 20 years of age . I never forget it.

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