Woman who spent 'five years in heaven' after she was declared clinically dead shares what she saw | The Sun
A WOMAN who claims she spent five years in heaven has shared what she saw during the experience.
Dr Lynda Cramer was declared clinically dead for over fourteen minutes on the morning of May 6, 2001.
The author, who has a PhD in metaphysics, which is the philosophy of ideas outside of human perception, said that as paramedics rushed to save her, she was actually in a different realm.
After being resuscitated, she was able to recall 'being in heaven', where she said she saw a mountain range that was 30,000 times higher than Mount Everest.
In a clip on YouTube, posting to the NDE Diary channel (Near Death Experiences), Dr Cramer said she saw many sights that you wouldn't be able to see on earth.
She said the incident occured when she had been living in America.
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Dr Cramer said she had gotten up to go the bathroom, and next thing she knew she was 'floating in the living room'.
"My ex husband came running in and then two paramedics ran in and they went straight to where my body was in the toilet.
"I had no physical time here, I was floating in the living room."
She said she observed people coming in and was witnessing all of this from above them.
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Dr Cramer said she noticed she wasn't breathing and had no recollection of worrying about what would happen to everything she was leaving behind.
"The paramedic report says I was clinically dead for fourteen minutes confirmed," she said.
Blue orbs came into the house and were buzzing around her, she said.
Inside them, there was 'pure white energy', she added.
Recounting one experience she saw, she said she remembers being stood in a field of flowers.
"I was observing the mountain range 30,000 times huger than Mount Everest.
"There's a huge mountain range over in the back of wherever I was. I could see buildings with skyscrapers. Dubai are like little miniature huts in comparison. I saw lakes, I could see everything in a panoramic view.
"So I'm there interacting with people, talking to people, becoming them."
She added that she estimated time based on how long she had travelled in 'heaven'.
Dr Cramer said that she could make any changes she wanted during this time.
"If I wanted to turn into a duck, I could turn into a duck," she added.
An NDE is classified as a life-transforming experience that can occur under extreme conditions in which no sensory experiences should be possible, medics at the University of Virginia state.
These conditions could include trauma, ceasing of brain activity, deep general anesthesia or cardiac arrest, they said.
These experiences can differ from one person to another and in many cases, the experts said patients having an NDE will feel very comfortable and free of pain.
You might also experience a sensation of leaving the body, with some being able to see their physical body while floating above it.
Others may experience their mind functioning more clearly and rapidly than usual.
Dr Cramer added that her experience was like a 'life review', where she looked back at various memories.
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Dr Cramer has since written a book titled 'Five Years In Heaven: The Teachings of Heaven'.
In the book she also includes drawings of what she witnessed during her NDE.
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