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May 13, 2013

“The Soul Never Disappears” “Life after Death Exists” Medically Proved

Virtual sense of vision is gained by wearing a special helmet and glasses.  The body and the brain are like a helmet and a spacesuit which merely fix the focus of consciousness on physical dimension.  Without body or brain, you can see a vividly shining beautiful world in a spiritual body because Linga sarira (spiritual body) has five senses.  Pictures drawn by Mrs. Seiko Nakanishi include the linga sarira or spiritual body of various beings (deity, divine spirit, angel, fairy, human, etc.).  The pictures are the exact images of the deities and divine spirits I have personally seen.
Please firmly believe that spiritual world exists.
What is written in this article is just a gateway to spiritual truth.
In comment No. 114, a video titled “Urban Legend” is introduced.  As pointed out in the video, transplant surgery is something horrible.

Masatoshi Takeshita
May 3, 2013

English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: Wonder NET – May3, 2013 –

“The Soul Never Disappears” “Life after Death Exists” Medically Proved

Consciousness remaining “after absence of brain waves”:  On the frontline of resuscitation medicine

In resuscitation medical practice is reported a phenomenon showing “consciousness exist a few hours after brain waves flatten.”

We have Sam Parnia, an expert on resuscitation medicine and a researcher of “after death experiences,” talk about his new book.

Resuscitation science originated around the middle of the 20th century, when the cardiopulmonary resuscitation measures “CPR),”  a medical procedure to resuscitate the heart which stopped beating, was adopted.  At first, CPR was effective for a few minutes after cardiopulmonary arrest, but with the advances in medical technology, the time has lasted for more than 30 minutes.

With a new technique, the “border between life and death” has been more widespread. And some of people who have been resuscitated report their experiences which deny what has been conventionally believed.  They say that they saw or heard what was happening around them, though their brain activity had probably stopped.

If memories of resuscitated people had served them correctly and their brains had really stopped, it is a phenomenon at least modern neurology can’t explain.

“What is for certain now is that human consciousness does not disappear,” says Dr. Parnia.
“Consciousness exists a few hours after death, though it is sort of hibernating sate, which we cannot see from the outside.”


34: exotic short hair (dion army): May 2, 2013 (Thurs.) 14:08:30.83
I hear that brain-dead patients get violent during transplant operation.
I think there still remains something unimaginable to us.

57:Himarayan (Soft Bank): May 2, 2013 (Thurs.) 14:34:34.51

58:Syberian (Tokyo): May 2, 2013 (Thurs.) 14:38:33.00
It is said that it is not because we have another consciousness.
Generally,brain-dead patient is anesthetized before the brain is harvested.

114:Norwaigean Forest Cat (Kagoshima Pref.): May 2, 2013 (Thurs.) 17:22:17.65
It is an urban legend.

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