We are living in an era where technology and science are given more importance than superstitions. There has been a never-ending debate between science and superstitious beliefs. This time, we have discovered a case that again throws some light on superstitions and challenges science yet again.
Read the full article and decide yourself if it happened for real or not.
An Arizona woman claimed to be dead for a total of 27 minutes before she was resuscitated. She immediately asked for a notepad after she got resuscitated, to write a note about her afterlife. Obviously, it is very hard to believe but this is what her family claims.
Last month, a woman named Madie Johnson posted some photos of her new tattoo on Instagram. Her tattoo was a replica model of a note written by her aunt, Tuna Hines, who suffered a very bad heart attack back in February 2018. Johnson wrote the caption,
Her story is too real not to share and has given me stronger confidence in the faith that so often goes unseen.
Coming to the story of Tina Hines, the woman who allegedly ‘died’ for 27 minutes. Last year, she was getting all set to go for a hike with his husband Brian and she then suddenly collapsed.
According to her husband, Brian Hines,
Her eyes didn’t close, and they were rolled back in her head, She was purple and not making any noise or breathing.
The good thing was, her husband Brian successfully resuscitated her wife before the paramedics could arrive. But, on the way to a local hospital, she coded multiple times.
“We ended up shocking her three times on scene and two en route,” as per what a Phoenix firefighter told. “I’ve never shocked anyone five times.”
Surprisingly, Tina Hines woke up in the midway and immediately asked for a notepad and a pen. She wrote “It’s real” on the paper and when she was asked about what is the meaning of her note, she responded by “pointing up to heaven with tears in her eyes,” her niece told the outlet.
Hines recollected her memory and said, “It was so real, the colors were so vibrant,”. She recalled her vision and told that Jesus was standing in front of the black gates with a bright yellow gate behind him.
Johnson writes on her Instagram that, she wanted to remember her aunt’s strange journey forever and that’s why she made a tattoo of that note. According to her, that tattoo has given her a “tangibleness to an eternal hope that is not too far away.”
She further added, “The way you boldly love Jesus and others has changed the way I hope to live and love”.
Suede Silver, who is Johnson’s tattoo artist, shared the pictures of her tattoo along with the story behind it on Facebook. The photos have been shared over 237,000 times and gained millions of likes and comments since then. Many people who have gathered similar experiences have commented on those pictures telling that these things happen for real.
But as we all know, science has every possible answer to each superstition. The scientist who led to similar studies addressed this case in the most expected ways.
Dr. Jimo Borjigin, who led a similar study says, “A lot of people thought that the brain, after clinical death, was inactive or hypoactive, with less activity than the waking state, and we show that is definitely not the case”. He further added, “If anything, it is much more active during the dying process than even the waking state.”