Foreboding: The Smell of Death

Have you ever felt that someone from acquaintances will die soon, and then your hunch was confirmed? Did you think about someone else’s death, and then you discovered that this thought turned out to be real? Is the ability to predict death is an innate, albeit mostly hidden, ability person? Photos from open sources In December 1970, Linda Wilson, a housewife and mother from New Jersey came to her neighbors on Christmas dinner and immediately felt something unpleasant. “I felt the “smell” of death, she says. – I always I felt that my nostrils were chilling, as if I were on the street in frost. “She found the smell disgusting, blocking fragrance of christmas tree and tasty food on the table. At the husband the neighbor who invited Linda to dinner had Parkinson’s disease, but no one, excluding his doctors, had supposed his death. (Herself the disease is usually not fatal.) Linda Wilson holiday dinner that day did not bring joy. “I’ve kept my eyes on the whole evening Peter. It was crazy, but I was not sure that he will die soon. He ate with a wolfish appetite, and he had a blush on the cheek, but as soon as I glanced at him, I was trembling. Nothing like this had happened to me before. “Peter, a week later got pneumonia. Five days later he died. Is Linda Really did you smell death? One famous psychic said that saw death, standing on one of the upper floors of a skyscraper, waiting elevator. When the elevator arrived and the door opened, he was horrified. Everyone has The four passengers of the elevator had no aura. Another one entered the elevator man, and then his glow disappeared. “It’s a sign of death,” says psychic, – I wanted to say that they went out and waited for another elevator, but knew that no one would obey. “The door closed and the elevator car flew twenty-two floors, killing five people, were inside. For some mysterious reason, it didn’t work. emergency brake. There is evidence that some animals may feel death. Rosalie abreu who first started to breed chimpanzees in captivity, a case related to us death of a female from her nursery. At that moment, when closed the chimpanzee was dying, her male, who was in the park, began screaming piercingly. “He screamed for a long time, looking around like if he knew anything, and then, when another chimpanzee died, he behaved exactly the same. He screamed, screamed and screamed. And he looked. His lower lip sagged, as if he had seen what was inaccessible us. His scream was completely different from what I usually heard. From his blood has run cold. “How do vultures discover a dying animal? We know that hyenas and jackals are attracted to the place where is a dying animal, sounds and smells. “But the vultures, it seems, says biologist Lyle Watson, another signal and they even find a hidden corpse with incredible accuracy. “The vultures have really excellent vision, due to the structure of the retina, which gives them the opportunity to catch the slightest distant movement. As soon as one vulture discovers food, others immediately flock to the meal. But sometimes it’s impossible explain their appearance. Watson states: “I saw the vultures, who fly in the dark and sit like patient participants a funeral procession around a shot antelope, although in this the case around there were no carrion animals to attract their attention. “Many scientists believe that a dying organism can give a fairly powerful signal if subjected to a sudden and brutal assault. Clive Baxter’s work on what he calls the “primary perception” of plants is widely known and worth dwell on one of his most exciting experiments. Baxter is a lie detector specialist. As one of the leading authorities in the field of lie detector application, Baxter in 1964 was called to testify in Congress about application of recording devices in government. At present time he is the director of his own school in New York City, where police officers are training. Baxter did accidental discovery; he found that plants connected to a lie detector is obviously felt when he approaches them with intent to do harm. They seemed to read his mind. Have begun months of research. In one experiment, three philodendrons were arranged in three separate rooms. Each was connected to a writing device, and the room was sealed. In a separate room on the fire there was a large pot of boiling water. It was designed device programmed to reset to arbitrarily appointed time in boiling water a large number of living ocean shrimp. In the rooms where the plants stood there was nobody and nobody I didn’t know exactly when the shrimp would be cooked alive. Previous experiments convinced Baxter that plants respond to human thought; now he wondered if there was communication between all living things. Will plants respond to mass the death of shrimp? The experiment was repeated seven times. In five cases out of seven, after the shrimp was thrown into boiling water, writing devices recorded strong manifestations of activity. Baxter interested in the following: “Could it be that when a living dies cell, does it send a signal to other living cells? “Now, after seven years of experimentation, he is confident in the answer. “I would say this: any a living organism that is suddenly killed necessarily sends message. More gradual dying involves cooking to death, and we find that in this case there is little reaction plants or they don’t react at all. “If this also applies to death of a person, then sudden, accidental, violent death must be one of the most commonly recognized friends and relatives. Baxter later discovered that his plants did not “sympathize” with only dying shrimp, but react to all kinds of life forms. They reacted very strongly to the egg being broken in the room. This makes it possible to believe that plants are aware of all life manifestations and that when these vital manifestations perish, they send signals in all directions – messages that can be accepted by receptive recipients. Obviously this is exactly happened to two twin twins Bobby Jean and Betty Jow Eller from Perley in North Carolina. From birth, girls have been so inextricable that they did not become fully personalities. Betty Joe was the shadow of her sister in every way – in thoughts, desires, actions. When Bobby Jean got sick, she got sick sister. Soon after the twins finished school, their parents noticed that the character of Bobby Jean and Betty Joe began to change. Bobby could refused to sit staring at space for hours talk to anyone. And, as usual, after some while the sister began to behave just as strange. Girls deep tied to each other, continued to further move away from the external of the world. They did not leave their room and interrupted communication with friends and family. In January 1961, Bobby and Betty were placed in Bronton State Mental Hospital in Morgantown, where the diagnosis was made – schizophrenia. They’ve been kept on drugs and used intensive psychiatric therapy. But no one could enter their world. In 1962, doctors decided to divide sisters and placed them in the opposite wings of the building. They are not should have been in contact with each other. Doctors hoped that mental isolation could break the strange connection between sisters. For several weeks it seemed like it could get it. And then one spring evening Bobby happened catatonic seizure. Shortly after midnight, the head nurse discovered that she was dead. Realizing the extraordinary the intimacy of the girls, in alarm for Betty Joe she called her branch. Betty Joe was found dead on the floor. Both girls lay curled up in an embryo position, both on their right side. Doctor John S. Rees of the North Carolina Pathologists Society autopsy and ruled out the possibility of suicide. Leaving blank to the column “cause of death” in the forms of death certificates, he said: “I do not find visible evidence of injury or illness that could would entail death. “As usual in life, so in death Betty Joe followed her sister. Psychiatrists who studied this case, were forced to admit that the first death, the death of Bobby Gene, was felt by her sister, who immediately lost desire to live. The case with the sisters from North Carolina is not unique. IN Jefferson College of Medicine Philadelphia Dr. Thomas Dwayne, Head of Ophthalmology, and Dr. Thomas Berendt We studied a large number of brain biorhythms twin twins. Each of the twins was placed in a separate room and both shot electroencephalograms – EEG. Dwayne writes in Science magazine that when one of the twins was observed alpha rhythm (from 8 to 12 hertz), EEG sensors of another, located in remote room, recorded the same. Same coincidence rhythms of brain biocurrents are observed even when twins are placed on different floors of the building. There is no special telepathic communication between twins; rhythm synchronization happens completely naturally on a subconscious level. Researchers believe that twins may be predisposed to telepathy due to the large similarities in the structure of their central nervous system and brain. The genetic community of twins is known to be the cause the appearance of similar wrinkles, gray hair, bald spots, the destruction of the same teeth and even the onset of cancer. it explains the twins’ tendency to die in one age. There is evidence that death is not only possible recognize, but also predict. Even in a few months. IN recent years, scientists are studying the possibility of predicting death long before any physical sign – thinness or pallor. Scientists from the University of Chicago after serious studies age psychology found that the elderly appear various psychological changes about a year before their end. Dr. Morton E. Lieberman of Prietzer School of Medicine began search for psychic signs of the approach of death after a conversation with one a nurse. She claimed that she could predict her death patients in a private hospital in about a month because, like she put it, “they begin to behave differently.” Doctor Lieberman became so interested that he began research. IN three-year experiment, Dr. Lieberman proposed carefully designed tests to eighty men and women from the age of sixty five to ninety one years, not suffering from any physical or mental illness to study start time. One year after the end of the study Forty test subjects died. Dr. Lieberman compared the results tests of the dead and those of the remaining who lived an average of three years longer. He found that those who died within a year had lower level of adaptability to reality, less energy. For example, they gave poor results in the so-called cognitive function tests such as opportunity memorize pairs of unrelated words, and were less likely to introspection than members of another group. Those who are approaching death, Lieberman explains, avoid introspection, fearing that they’ll notice it. “Those close to death didn’t have perseverance and aggressiveness, they were more submissive and dependent on compared to others. Finally, thirty-four of the forty dead Over the year, awareness has emerged – usually on the subconscious level – approaching death. When they were shown the series images of old people in various situations and asked to talk about drawn, this group showed a tendency either directly describe deaths (e.g. rescue of a drowning person), or abstract-like mysterious travels to uncharted lands. This suggests that dying is a much longer process, than doctors say. Dr. Lieberman believes that psychological changes that show up in old people show how approaching death is related to the physical process of dying. Maybe, he says, “these are body signals that receive mental expression. “Sometimes a hunch is detected in the patients themselves of death. “Several patients told me:” I will not live a year, “- says Dr. Lieberman – and they were right. “However, all knowledge of impending death could exist on subconscious level. Dr. Lieberman believes that if someone of those whose death was near, allowed himself introspection, he could receive the call of death. It is possible that after the corresponding training we can learn to recognize over the years or in months the moment of your own natural death. The nurse who interested Dr. Lieberman in the study of the psychology of aging, was able to understand subtle changes in mood and the behavior of her charges, although she did not realize that how can she predict death so accurately. But psychics are more sensitive to these and other changes proclaiming death. IN autobiography entitled “Beyond Coincidence” psychic Alex Tanu cites numerous instances where he accurately predicted the death of a perfectly healthy person in weeks or months. Being engaged reading an aura, Tanu advised the young woman not to marry the person with whom she was engaged: he was almost absent aura. “I didn’t have the courage to tell her that he was on the verge of death,” – writes Tanu. A few weeks later, this woman wrote to Tanu: “You told me in response to a question about the person accompanying me, you don’t see the future for me with this person. He was found dead. from a heart attack next to the bed on a Sunday morning. Sincerely yours, Florence Wilson. “Another time, Tanu wrote a woman about poor health of her husband. “What do you see in the future for him?” -she asked. “And this time,” Tanu replies, “I saw death. And since the woman so directly asked me a question, I decided to answer her also straight. I wrote to her that her husband has brain cancer and that’s why will die. ”Subsequently, this woman wrote to Tanu:“ Regarding of your husband’s prediction of a malignant tumor, which, in your opinion, should have led to its end. Eight months after your prediction, my husband died from lung and brain cancer. Sincerely, Mrs. Elenor D. Murray, South Portland, Maine. “Hundreds of doctors and nurses reported seeing “ghosts”, “haze”, “cloud” and “colorful light” around the body man at the time of his death. There are also more subtle harbingers of death – physical, psychological and mental. Dr. William Green, Sidney Goldstein and Arthur Moss of Rochester, New York State studied the medical history of patients who suddenly died. Data show that most of these patients were in depressed from a week to several months before sudden death. In an ‘article in the Akives International Medical Doctor claim that depression can be * caused by hormonal change, it prepares the central nervous system to accept death. What primarily leads to depression? Maybe, their depression came from an awareness, albeit peripheral, that they will die soon. One man fifty-five years long worked at Eastman Kodak Plant in Rochester, NY, and always was quite disorganized and irresponsible in that concerned work, and that related to the family. One summer he began to put everything in order at work and at home. He was just obsessed with this. He felt depressed, but physically healthy, however he checked his insurance twice, paid overdue accounts, wrote to friends with whom I did not communicate in for several years, and completed all business correspondence. Soon after completing these labors, he died of a heart attack. Looking back, the deceased wife understands that he knew something about death approaching. If you collect the evidence of doctors, it turns out that the depression observed by them in all patients does not cause death, but is the result of a premonition of death. Another type of deep depression is one of the five “stages” dying, “as defined by the thanatologist Dr. Elizabeth Kabler-Ross. Case of Mary Sparks, Florida Business Woman the five stages of Dr. Kabler-Ross. Mary Sparks felt that soon will die. She did not know if she had this sensation before or after of how she first noticed a tubercle under her right breast. “I got the thought of it out of my head, “she told her Katie’s twenty-five-year-old daughter shortly before her death. Mary so successfully supplanted her fear of death that she had not paid for over a year attention to the tubercle, which she suspected was growing. When the tumor was allegedly diagnosed as malignant and radical mastectomy could not prevent the spread cancer, Mary allowed herself to die. But not at once. First she went phases of “denial”, “anger”, “transaction”, “depression” and “acceptance”. Denial is the dying person’s first reaction: “No, not me.” This, according to Dr. Kabler-Ross, a typical reaction. “This allows the patient get together and eventually resort to other, less radical ways of protection. Denial ultimately leads to deep anger: “Why me?” Fifty five year old dentist dying of cancer, said Dr. Kabler-Ross: “The old man I remember with childhood, is walking along our street. He is eighty-two years old and he is not anyone in the world needs. And it hurts me: why didn’t this happen to old George, what about me? “Anger goes into a deal – an act that often imperceptibly delay the moment of execution of the sentence. A difficult patient may suddenly become sociable; he is waiting rewards for good behavior, that is, prolonging life. Behind during the transaction phase, the patient usually falls into deep depression. This stage, according to Dr. Kabler-Ross, has a positive side: the patient weighs the terrible price of death, preparing to part with everyone and everyone he loves. Finally, acceptance comes when the doomed obeys the sentence. During this phase, some begin to talk about visions, voices, tunnels and bright lights – what people usually see in a state of clinical death. About a week before the death of Mary Sparks, telling her daughter about the peace that she experiences said: “If I knew that it will be so, I would have accepted death from the very beginning, and not resisted her and would not behave like a child. “If Mary Sparks was a patient of Dr. Kabler-Ross, she would have been told immediately about five stages of dying. More importantly, she would be assured that there is a sixth stage – life after death. “I know that life after death exists, says Dr. Kabler-Ross, “I have no shadow doubt. “This is a strong statement from one of the leading death study professionals and highly regarded specialist. How can Dr. Kabler-Ross be so sure? IN the early 1970s, having worked for some time in thanatology, Dr. Kabler-Ross tested her first OBT – just the kind as a separation from the physical body, coinciding exactly with that which happens in a state of clinical death. After the stressful a day spent by about eight dying patients, doctor Kabler-Ross could rest. Her OBE started spontaneously. Later she didn’t could believe a woman who was in the same room and who said that she had a look of the dead – no breath, no pulse. Knowing about the images characteristic of clinical death, but being little informed at the time of OB research, Dr. Kabler-Ross I began to read everything that was done in this area. She soon visited Robert Monroe in Virginia. Dr. Kabler-Ross read about him OBT in his book Traveling Outside the Body, and on it were impressed with the experiments with Monroe Dr. Charles Tarta from the University of California. Applying technique relaxation, Monroe developed his abilities and at the same time taught people how to experience OBT, and Dr. Kabler-Ross learned instantly. One night in Virginia, trying to fall asleep, Dr. Kabler-Ross experienced a deep experience: “I had the most incredible an experience of a lifetime. If you try to say in one sentence: I went through the death of every one of my thousand patients. I have in mind physical pain, shortness of breath, agony, prayer for help. Pain is beyond description. There was no time for thought for nothing else, twice I managed to take a breath between two unbearable bouts of pain. I could only take a breath seconds, and I prayed – I think I prayed to God – about the shoulder, on which could lean on the shoulder of a person, and represented a man’s shoulder to which he could lay his head. And there was thunderous voice: “You will not be given.” That’s right. And then I passed back through the agony and ended up in bed. But I didn’t sleep, it’s not was a dream. I have lived every death of each of my dying patients. “She continued to beg the Lord to help her, and again there was a voice: “You will not be given.” She was beside herself with rage: “I helped people so much, and now no one will help me.” This a burst of rage suddenly made her realize that she should do it alone and no one can help her, and then her suffering ceased and replaced by “the most incredible revival experience.” Experience rebirth described by mystics, mediums and ordinary people, but, perhaps no one before Dr. Kabler-Ross had such experience and went through a special training. She is an astute observer and her wandering should be considered in detail, as she talked about them in an interview with Anne Nitzke of The Human Behavior. Light, as we shall see, plays a huge role in the revival of the doctor Kabler-Ross. “It was so beautiful that there weren’t enough words for descriptions. It all started with the vibration of the walls of my stomach, I looked – with open eyes, fully conscious – and said to herself: “This cannot be,” I mean, anatomically, physiologically it was impossible. They vibrated very fast. AND then everything I look at in the room: my legs, closet, window – everything began to vibrate with a million molecules. Everything vibrated with incredible speed. And in front of me was something, most of all reminiscent of a vagina. I looked at her, focused on her and she turned into a lotus bud. And while I considered – during the growing amazement – incredibly beautiful colors, smells and sounds filled the room, the bud opened, turning into beautiful flower. Behind it rose a sunrise, the brightest light, what one could imagine, but he did not hurt his eyes. And since the flower revealed, all its fullness in this life appeared. At this moment light was open and full, as if all the sun was concentrated here, and the flower was open and full. Vibration stopped and a million molecules, including me – it was all part of the world – merged into one. I was part of it. And in the end I thought: “I’m good, because that I’m part of it all. “Later, Dr. Kabler-Ross added:” I I understand that this description will seem crazy to anyone who does not survived this. But it is closest to what I can share with you. It was so incredibly beautiful that if I would pass experience like a thousand orgasms right away, comparison would be very distant. For this, indeed, there are no words. We have the wrong language. “Dr. Kabler-Ross’s impression was so deep that it lasted for months. “Next morning I went outside, everything seemed incredible. I was in love with every leaf, every bird, even gravel. I tried to step, not touching gravel. And I said gravel: “I can’t walk on you so that don’t hurt you. “They were as lively as me, and I was part of this whole living universe. It took months so that I can describe all this at least to some extent appropriate words. “The experience of Dr. Kabler-Ross with what mystics call “cosmic consciousness” only gave her the opportunity to assume that life after death exists that there is a duration of things not only in space, but also in time. Finally in the existence of life after death was convinced by the visit of the former patient Mrs. Schwartz, who appeared after her death and burial. how Dr. Kabler-Ross talks about his fourth kind meeting with death, Mrs. Schwartz appeared in a completely human form thank the doctor for the care and inspire her for further work with the dying. Dr. Kabler-Ross first decided that hallucinates, but as Mrs. Schwartz’s presence continued, she asked the guest to write a few words and subscribe. A note is now at the priest, who also took part in Mrs. Schwartz’s funeral and which confirmed the authenticity of her handwriting. Since then, Dr. Kabler-Ross often sees deceased patients and even recorded the voice of one of them, Willie. “I understand that this is too – Dr. Kabler-Ross observes – and I don’t want people at all took everything on faith. I’m pretty skeptical myself. Scientist in me wanted Mrs. Schwartz to sign the note, although I knew that it it was she who visited my office. And I needed to record on taped Willie’s voice. I listen to him and sometimes think that all this is huge incredible dream. Thrill and sensation do not leave me miracle. “Because of its” advanced ™ “and stories about the seen world Dr. Kabler-Ross, which her colleagues at one time considered the leading scientists in this area, has lost many of their authority. But Dr. Kabler-Ross holds fast to his belief in life after death. Her experience proving the duration of space, time and matter, completely coincides with the fact that Dean W.R. Matthews offers in as a working definition of life after death. His hypothesis, which obviously has biological meaning, states that the “center consciousness existing during life does not cease to exist after death, and therefore the experience of this center after death continues the experience intravital, as if a person woke up after a short sleep. “” Interesting newspaper. Incredible “№16 2012

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