Electromagnetic Phenomena Reported by Near-Death Experiencers

@inproceedings{Greyson2016ElectromagneticPR,
  title={Electromagnetic Phenomena Reported by Near-Death Experiencers},
  author={Bruce Greyson and Lee Kinsey and Glen Fox},
  year={2016}
}
Electromagnetic (EM) aftereffects have been reported following near-death experiences (NDEs). These effects include both (a) EM actions, apparent actions by the individual on the surrounding EM environment, and (b) EM reactions, apparent reactions of the individual to the EM environment. This study investigated EM aftereffects among 216 NDErs, 54 persons who had been close to death without NDEs, and 150 persons who had never been close to death. NDErs reported both greater EM actions and… CONTINUE READING

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