Forensic pathologist, Dr. Janis Amatuzio, who is known as the "compassionate coroner," shared real life stories of synchronicities, visions and experiences she has heard from patients and loved ones of the deceased. These tales have left her with the belief that death is not the end, but takes us into another level of life.
One story involved a patient she treated when she was an intern, who told her about his intense near-death experience. He had gone into cardiac arrest after surgery and "left his body through the top of his head." Looking down on the scene, he said he could hear the thoughts of everyone in the room. Most curiously, the patient next to him also had heart failure, and he saw him leave his body as well, and the two were able to communicate with each other but not to anyone else at the hospital.
Another case she detailed involved a patient who received a pancreas and kidney transplant from a young man who died in a car accident. When he came out of surgery he declared to his wife "my donor's name is Danny." During the surgery he said he remembered floating above his body and saw the organs being delivered in blue containers into the room. He then thought of the donor and instantly saw a vision of the dead man lying on a table. Eventually he was shown a photo of the donor, and he said it was the same young man he had seen in the vision.
First hour guest, author Douglas Mulhall discussed new research that connects calcification problems in the body to such ailments as cancer and heart disease. These calcified areas may actually be caused by nanobacteria infections, he said. Scans can now reveal the presence of these type of infections and an experimental treatment involving chelation therapy, antibiotics and supplements has shown success in eliminating the infection, he announced.
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