A lot of good cases in this article. The author notes that about 5% of the population have had a near death experience. Personally, I don’t think death is the end of the line and we simply cease to exist. There’s too many examples of NDE’s that there’s something else going on. Debunkers will say it’s just chemicals being released in the brain. If that’s the case, how do you explain the experiencer witness a conversation in another room and be able to recite it in detail when they are clinically dead?
I think there’s quite possibly a whole other level of existence or numerous levels, planes, frequencies, what ever you want to call them. Maybe we don’t all go to the same “shared” afterlife which is why there’s so many variations of NDE’s. I’m not referring to strictly a heaven or hell scenario but if there are numerous planes I can see where correlations could be drawn. We could find ourselves one day at a place that is neither heaven or hell but something entirely different.