Suddenly and without warning, while he was sleeping on the bed, his heart stopped beating to find himself in another world and a different environment that he was not familiar with before returning to life again and telling the secrets of what he saw there.
This case summarizes what happened to Australian Alistair Blake, as he was unconscious for 90 minutes and lived in a world that raised his loneliness, an experience that he described after his recovery as “painful.”
The exciting story began when Mrs Melinda woke up from sleep when she found her husband not responding to anything, in a matter that terrified her.
Immediately, Melinda attempted to resuscitate her husband’s heart for 20 minutes, but her efforts were unsuccessful until the ambulance arrived.
For more than an hour, paramedics followed CPR steps and used a defibrillator, shocking the patient up to 8 times.
After an hour and a half, Blake’s heart returned to work again by resuming the pulse movement, and as soon as he woke up, he was asked about his blindness. No sounds, no lights. The experience was so painful that my brain cancelled everything.”
“Technically, I’ve been dead for 90 minutes,” Blake said, according to the LAD Bible. I remember going to bed at night, and the next thing I remember is getting up Thursday morning in a cart going from the ICU to coronary care.”
The 61-year-old added: “A lot of people ask me if I see something; no I didn’t see anything; there are no flashing lights. Nothing like that at all. It’s a case of not knowing what’s out there, but I don’t mind as long as I’m fit and healthy.”
After he woke up, the Frankston Hospital doctors installed a pacemaker, and after a full 12 days, Blake was back home: “My NDE has given me a completely different approach to life.”
This incident prompted the Australian to change his way of life on a social level, reducing the number of hours he worked to see friends and family.
Healthy, Blake is keen to eat regularly, in addition to exercising.
The Australian’s novel contradicts a number of jurisprudence regarding the transition to other worlds, as previously revealed by a neurologist at the University Hospital in Liege, Belgium, Dr Stephen Loris: “Near-death experiences seem more real than real.”
The doctor noted, during research he had previously conducted, that some people had a “very vivid experience with death,” according to his claim.
He explained: “After near death, some people will report the experience of going out of the body, seeing a bright light or going through a tunnel.”