German scientists prove that there is life after death

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This article upsets all your beliefs and puts questions to questions you may never have been able to ask yourself.

Is there life after death? This question has been around the globe, nations, religions and has been the fantasy of thousands of human beings since time immemorial. And especially that of a team of German scientists who wanted to feed this myth.

Here’s what they discovered.

German psychologists and medical neurologists have teamed up to do a study at the Technical University of Berlin to prove that the dead are entitled to a second life in the afterlife and have finally asserted this hypothesis. We explain everything.


To prove this hypothesis, the medical researchers had to do a four-year experiment on more than 900 subjects of different nationalities and religions. This experiment involves injecting these subjects with a drug mixture containing adrenaline and dimethyltryptamine, to cause a momentary death, the time to study the brain variations of the subjects without causing damage to their health, a kind of ephemeral coma .

The hypothesis

According to neurologist doctors, the brain would work up to 30 seconds after cardiac arrest. Indeed, according to the many testimonies of people who have survived these impending death experiences, doctors say that between the moment of heart failure, that is, clinical death and the moment when people were brought back to life, something mysterious happened. Among them, rather strange sensations of consciousness, hallucinations, visions, the disorganization, real memories, a feeling of serenity, the presence of white light, the vision of a tunnel … The “death” would therefore remain in a state of consciousness even after cardiac arrest.

So according to these scientists, the testimonies of these people would not be similar for nothing. Their only explanation is that there is a spiritual life after physical death.

While some scientists strongly believe in the existence of an afterlife after death, others categorically refute the idea that these hallucinations are purely the result of a state of trauma. This trauma is itself due to the fact that the brain is no longer supplied with oxygen and this immediate lack would cause the sensations and disorders described by the people.

All these hypotheses fit well into a purely experimental framework, because let us not forget that each religion has its own interpretation of the question. Nevertheless Dr. Ackermann supports his idea by saying:

“I know our results could disrupt the beliefs of many people,” says Mr. Ackermann. “But in a sense, we have just answered one of the biggest questions in the history of mankind, so I hope these people will be able to forgive us. Yes, there is life after death and it seems like it’s for everyone. ”

Nevertheless, this question will always tease the minds of human beings because ultimately only the dead hold the answer.

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