Medicine offers a “plan” after death

A medical team mistakenly records a person’s brain activity during the period before and after death.

By Carlos Sanchez

It’s a day like any other in the hospital. Doctors prepare to perform a brainwave test on an 87-year-old man who suffered epileptic fits after an accident. Little did they know that they were about to make an amazing discovery.

While performing an EEG*, the patient had a cardiac arrest and died. But the machines, with cold disinterest in the unexpected, continued to run and record his brain activity.

* Electroencephalogram: Electroencephalogram


According to the study published by the medical team in Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience: “After cardiac arrest, delta, beta and alpha waves decreased, but a higher proportion of gamma waves (…) even after cerebral blood flow was stopped.” “Our data provide the first evidence of human brain death in a clinical setting (…) and support that the human brain may possess the ability to generate coordinated activity during the dying process.”

In an interview with the BBC, Dr. Ajmal Zammar, neurosurgeon (University of Louisville, USA) and co-author of the study said:

“This is the first time in history that the human brain activity has been recorded from the state of life” to the state of death (…) We found certain rhythmic patterns in brain waves, which correspond to what happens in the brain of humans when we remember memories, when we meditate, When we focus our attention or in dreams (…) it happens before and after the heart stops beating.”

From a more subjective point of view, Dr. shares his most beautiful thoughts with us: “It seems that this new stage of death begins when a person is about to die (…) and this leads to surprising speculation that we have here the neurophysiology associated with near-death experiences (NDE) that It was repeatedly witnessed by people (…) who reported having flashbacks in their lives. ”

the plan

After the study was published, several newspaper articles announced the discovery of the scientific basis for the near-death experience. More specifically, the experience of “life is flashing in front of you, like a movie” was described by people who died clinically but survived. This conclusion may be correct, but the debate is about whether or not the new medical discovery constitutes reliable evidence for such experiments.

Surprisingly enough is the fact itself, wonderful, without further proof needed, that something happens in our brain after we die. We have behavior that adapts to the process of death, even without a heartbeat.

At birth, we have several reflexes, which remain active during the first year of life: holding hands, sucking in the mouth, stretching the neck, stretching the arm if we lay face down (so as not to suffocate), etc. All of these gestures are justified in our survival.

The question that then arises is: What is the benefit of the Darwinian evolution of a brain mechanism in the process of dying with a stopped heart? In this case, we can no longer compete with our peers, such as the savannah lion.

And obviously we’re not going to breed, we’re not for these games. So why do we have activity programmed into our mind, with the last bits of energy, even after clinical death? Could the evolution and life plan be different?

Because the prevailing belief is intoxicated by telling us that we came here to compete as equals, to continually trample on other humans, to accumulate strength, and that it is our genes that guarantee the future. Inflated ego, not only in life, but forever and ever. Moreover, we are surrounded by the behavior of animal species ready to justify such a conclusion.

But the software loaded into our genetic code waits patiently, and in no hurry, for the time to come, right before it dies. As if it was a computer virus. Perhaps it is programmed to facilitate understanding the essence of what our lives were like at the time of death. Perhaps he wants to help us unveil something that our conscience can only touch in our very existence. Perhaps it is a genetic reflection of the phrase “true wisdom is deep in your conscience because true love is deep in your heart” (Silo, “The Healing of Suffering,” 1969).

Other articles by the author: Hearing, Our Final Connection Before We Die.

A study from the University of Vancouver showed that hearing is the last sense to be disabled before death, and it can remain active without the patient apparently being aware of it. This provides a scientific basis for the spiritual currents and traditions that for centuries have held ceremonies or whispered in people’s ears when they are on their deathbeds.

We are born from the confluence and cooperation of human species, not from their competitiveness.

New archaeological discoveries destabilize previously accepted theories of evolution, revealing that we are the product of continuous interbreeding between different human species for tens of thousands of years.

Translation from Spanish: Jeannette Baudelette

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