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CSL Hour #147: Near Death and Other Adventures

Posted: Tue Jul 10, 2018 5:02 pm
by jon saint germain ... adventures

The greatest mystery facing mankind, and perhaps the most important question, is: "Is there a part of us that survives the dissolution of the body?"

Tonight we continue our investigation into the survival of consciousness by looking at a subject that may perhaps shed some light on this question -- the near-death experience.

Tonight's crystal is Cordierite, a form a Iolite that has a positive effect on mental concentration and boosts the capacity for multi-tasking.

Reverend Jon Saint Germain, the current pastor of Divine Harmony Spiritual Church in Knoxville, Tennessee is the Voice of the Crystal Silence League and author of CRYSTAL MAGIC: DIVINATION, HEALING AND SPELLCRAFT WITH GEMS AND MINERALS, providing Spiritual guidance on the practical use of crystals and crystal balls in the development of mental concentration and mind power, silent influence over others, divination and scrying of the future, and telepathic contact with people and spirits. His latest book is LITHOMANCY: Divination and Spellcraft with Stones, Crystals and Coins.

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Re: CSL Hour #147: Near Death and Other Adventures

Posted: Tue Jul 31, 2018 4:19 pm
by Dr Bonedaddy
Hi Rev St. Germain!

I'm a big fan. This was a great show as always. Speaking of NDEs, my daughter was born with serious lung problems. On the day after she was born, she flatlined 3 times. She stopped breathing and had no heartbeat for more a half an hour the first time it occurred. But praise God! She was brought back every time. I call her my Miracle 3x over. The thing is, as soon as she could talk until she was almost 4, she would tell us about that time she died and went to Heaven. (Note: we never told her about what happened to her in the hospital). She told us about seeing beautiful buildings and Jesus and being held by her other mama "up there" who got sad when she said she had to come back but she told her she'd see her again. These stories were extremely vivid. But when she turned 4, she lost all memory of these events and didn't even remember telling us about them. Is that a common phenomenon?

Thanks and have a groovy day!

Dr. B

Re: CSL Hour #147: Near Death and Other Adventures

Posted: Mon Aug 13, 2018 6:24 am
by Dr Bonedaddy
Hi Rev. John,

I just finished listening to Ep. 151 of the CSL Hour. The Pam Reynolds NDE story was extremely fascinating. It made me think of Anita Moorjani's book on her NDE, Dying to be Me. What I found really interesting is that her Near Death Experience appeared to actually be the catalyst for her spontaneous healing from advance stage lymphatic cancer. She is now a public speaker and author. It's an extremely interesting account if you aren't already familiar, especially for me as I hadn't read an NDE from a Hindu cultural perspective. ... scription/

Re: CSL Hour #147: Near Death and Other Adventures

Posted: Tue Aug 28, 2018 2:24 pm
by jon saint germain
Thanks for listening! It's hard to say if your daughter's experience is common, because NDEs aren't all that common. With that said, your daughter's experience includes many of the elements common to Near-Death Experiences.

Dr. Ian Stevens, who documented many children's memories of past lives, also researched NDEs, and found that children often have more vivid NDEs than adults.

Also, recovery from serious illnesses seems to occur more frequently after a profound spiritual awakening--which an NDE certainly is.