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Near-death and out of body experiences

Popularization of the relationship between near-death (CAP) and vnete-forest (EPR) experiences really helped Swiss psychiatrist Elisabeth Kubler-Ross (1926-2004). Its famous five stages of dying (E. Kubler-Ross, 1969; denial, anger, trying to make a deal with fate, depression and acceptance) spawned a movement for death and dying, and may have contributed to a more humane attitude to hospice.

Unfortunately, these steps are not supported by research and do not correspond to what people have in reality (S hermer, 2008). However, in the last decades of the XX century. Kubler-Ross has become something of a guru, there was even something

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Foreboding: The Smell of Death

03.10.2012

Have you ever feel like you know someone is going to die, and then your hunch was confirmed? Have you thought about someone's death, and then find that this idea is proven to be real? Is not the ability to predict the death of a congenital, although mostly hidden, the ability of man? In December 1970 Linda Wilson, a housewife and mother from New Jersey, went to the neighbors for a Christmas dinner, and immediately felt something unpleasant. "I felt the" smell "of death, — she said. — I always felt that something

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The smell of death

Have you ever felt that someone of your friends is going to die, and then your hunch was confirmed? Have you thought about someone's death, and then find that the thought was real? Is not the ability to predict the death of an innate, though largely hidden, human capacity?

In December 1970, Linda Wilson, a housewife and mother from New Jersey, went to the neighbors for Christmas lunch and immediately felt something unpleasant. "I felt the" smell "of death, — she said. — I always felt that something freezes the nostrils, as if I was on the street in

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