How the U.S. Air Force Induced Out-Of-Body Experiences

Some of the most interesting studies into
near death and out of body experiences wererun by the Air Force, right. As airplanes
got faster and faster and faster over thepast 20 years, right, pilots kept flying themselves
into GILOC, gravity induced loss of consciousness,right. And they kept crashing. So a guy named
James Winnery was a guy kind of charged withsolving this problem. And what he did down
in Texas he spun like 1,000 pilots in a giantcentrifuge into GILOC, right. And as he was
doing it he noticed something interesting. GILOC means you pass out and if you’ve experienced
it what actually happens is your vision formsinto a tunnel. It looks like – if you’re
watching it it looks like an old televisionset turning off where it goes down into one
point and then disappears, right. So it looksexperientially a lot like you’re walking
down a long dark tunnel which is kind of oneof the classic near death experience phenomena.
What he discovered along the way is that ashe started spinning people towards GILOC kind
of the longer he spun them people startedreporting out of body experiences.
And after they were out of their body if hekept spinning them it would turn into a near
death experience, right. So he’s the person– the U. S. Air Force is the person – the
U. S. Air Force discovered that out of bodyexperiences and near death experiences are
actually on the same continuum. They’repart of the same chain of effect. Now a lot
of it has to do with the right temporal lobe. There’s other things going on as well. And
there are, of course, certain mysteries, right. There are unsolved things and near death experiences
we’ve got lots and lots and lots of researchthat shows people report things when they
were supposedly dead that they should nothave known about at all. So there are people
who died on operating tables, right in researchstudies came back, were brought back. They
had near death experiences and while theywere dead the nurse would take their glasses
off and put them in a drawer. And later wheneverybody was running around looking around
for their glasses the person who was on theoperating table at the time, the patient,
was dead at the time said oh yeah, they’rein the bottom drawer over there. This is Pim
van Lommel study that was actually done inthe Netherlands. This is where that actually
happened but there’s lots and lots of experienceslike that. So somewhere along the line information
is getting through, right. We don’t knowthat yet. That’s still the mystery but a
lot of the other stuff we understand the biologybehind it now.

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