A view from the other side?

During the worst three months of my life, I experienced what I believe was a near-death or an out-of-the-body occurrence. Some of what I saw was so bizarre that I have not written about it because most people wouldn’t believe that it was true.

I still have vivid memories of everything that happened to me while I was on the ventilator for 18 days.

The things that I saw have reinforced my belief that something vastly intelligent is in charge of the universe and well aware of what many people would describe happening in our world as evil.

I have not decided one way or another whether to write about my experience publicly. I think what was presented to me was probably meant to be private and a condition of my return to my family and friends. Still, I have an overwhelming desire to share with others the most incredible conversations I had while residing in what I can only describe as the resort.

I don’t like to write about this subject in a language that creates puzzles and mysterious angles, but the story is beyond the scope of the craziest science fiction I could have ever created in my mind. I truly believe that what I saw was not the product of drugs or hallucinations. I believe that it was real!

I am seriously considering writing a book about everything that happened to me. That is what I have been doing in this life of mine — writing books and articles.

I will tell readers one important thing about our world. I believe that big changes are coming and it’s not going to be a fun time for the bad guys and girls.


4 thoughts on “A view from the other side?

  1. Lisa December 19, 2021 / 11:47 am

    You were most likely presented with this knowledge for a reason, John. And afterall, you are a writer and a voice to the people.

    Follow your conscious. 🙂


  2. Anita Stewart December 19, 2021 / 12:11 pm

    I would highly recommend you do go forward with writing a book about it. I too have experienced a near death episode, when I was infected with the Plague, and had Plague pneumonia, went into a cytokine storm, diagnosis was ARDS, fever of 105, on ice bed, and the doctors wanted to pull the plug as my kidneys and liver shut down. My experience on the other side was beyond our English language, so I know it’s difficult to explain. I was in the “All that is” and had 360 degree view of everything. I am planning on writing a book about it in the near future. I am an RN, so had much insight as to my symptoms and diagnosis. Very scary indeed. My team of doctors held a family conference, and stated there was no hope of my living, and encouraged my family to take me off the ventilator. But they said no. I am happy to compare experiences with you anytime. Also, there is a book entitled “Dying to be Me” by Anita Moorjani, I highly recommend it. She had many similar experiences as mine.
    Many Blessings to you,
    Anita Stewart, RN

    • John Reizer December 20, 2021 / 9:57 am

      Thank you, Anita! 🙂

  3. sandy edwards December 19, 2021 / 12:27 pm

    Agree Lisa. This is exciting to think about Dr. Reizer. Of course, you have to do what feels right to you.


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