Ex-atheist describes near-death experience

In 1985, Mr. Storm, 38, and his wife, Beverly, were in Paris on the last day of an art tour. Buckled over by searing pain in the middle of his stomach, he was rushed to the hospital. Awaiting emergency surgery, he knew he was dying. He said good-bye to his wife and drifted into darkness.

Off in the distance, outside the room in the hall, he heard voices calling him. They were pleasant voices, male and female, young and old, calling to him in English. “Come out here,” they said. “Don’t you want to get better?” He stepped out into the hall, full of anxiety.

Even though he couldn’t see anything in the darkness, he was aware there were dozens or hundreds of them all around and over him and that his attempts to fight back only provoked greater merriment. They began to tear off pieces of his flesh, and he realized that he was being taken apart and eaten alive, methodically, slowly, so that their entertainment would last as long as possible.

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He later went on to become an ordained minister after attending seminary.

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2 Responses to Ex-atheist describes near-death experience

  1. noevadeaux says:

    I just don’t know what to think/say/type about about this, but I’m sure if I did, it would be offensive to some of you.

  2. Allen says:

    Mr. Storm had was is called a “distressing near-death experience.” If you want more information about this type of near-death experience (NDE), go to the website of the International Association for Near-Death Studies at www.iands.org. Click on the “About NDEs” tab in the middle row of tabs and then click on the “Distressing NDEs” menu item. Note that only a small percentage of people who have NDEs report these types of distressing experiences. The vast majority of NDEs are very positive.

    If you want a better idea of the current state of research into NDEs, you can check under the Research tab for published papers outlining new findings from the most current research, particularly the two written by Dr. Peter Fenwick and Dr. Pim Van Lommel. The website is full of fascinating information on this topic and you can join the organization to receive regular news and updates.
    Allen

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