Board certified in Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Dr. John Lerma described his work with terminally ill patients and their pre-death experiences. Patients often fear the physical side of death, such as from suffocation associated with too much fluid accumulating in their body, yet this can be controlled via drugs such as morphine, he noted. Matthew, a blind nine-year-old with a terminal illness was one of his most remarkable patients. The boy said he was in contact with three angels, and was able to accurately describe what people were wearing even though his eyes had been surgically removed. His story will be featured in the forthcoming documentary, Quantum Wisdom.
Often patients who are about to die will exhibit a single tear ("lacrima mortis"), which Lerma views as a kind of final cleansing. Dying people will also speak about going home or taking a train/plane. They aren't talking about returning to their house or ordinary public transportation. Rather, this is generally a reference to their return to the other side, with passengers on the train being other deceased individuals, he explained.
Lerma also recounted how a man who was a friend of rancher Mac Brazel of Roswell fame was one of his patients, and in a sort of deathbed confession he told him that Brazel showed him the crash debris in 1947 and in it, he saw a swastika, which suggested that one of the crashed discs was designed by German scientists. Lerma described attempting to surgically remove an 'alien implant' from Whitley Strieber's ear. The object moved away from the tweezers, but he was able to extract part of it which was later analyzed and found to have unusual crystals, as well as living cilia.
First hour guest, author Jerome Corsi offered commentary on current events, such as Iran's upcoming election, and a possible war with Israel and Iran. Such a war could cause gas prices to skyrocket, like during the 1970s oil embargo, he said.
Is this car in the process of disappearing? British design student Sara Watson painted the vehicle to create the illusion of invisibility, merging it with the background of the parking lot. More at BBC News.
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