Travel in the Spiritual Worlds
Raymond Moody M.D., The Light Beyond, (Toronto: Bantam Books, 1988), pps. 49-50
I don't remember being hit but suddenly I was looking down at myself. I saw my body under the bike and my leg was broken and bleeding ...
An ambulance came. I wondered why people were worried because I was fine. ... The ambulance drove off and I tried to follow it. I was above the ambulance following it. I thought I was dead. I looked around and then I was in a tunnel with a bright light at the end. The tunnel seemed to go up and up. I came out on the other side of the tunnel.
There were a lot of people in the light but I didn't know any of them. I told them about my accident and they said I had to go back. They said it wasn't my time to die yet so I had to go back to my father and mother and sister.
I was in the light for a long time. It seemed like a long time. I felt everyone loved me there. Everyone was happy. I felt that the light was God. The tunnel whirled up towards the light like a whirlpool. I didn't know why I was in the tunnel or where I was going. I wanted to get to that light. When I was in the light, I didn't want to go back. I almost forgot my body.
When I was going up in the tunnel, two people were helping me. I saw them as they got out into the light. They were with me the whole way.
Then they told me I had to go back. I went back through the tunnel where I ended up back in the hospital where two doctors were working on me.
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