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Life after death: Man recounts harrowing accident that left him in ‘comforting darkness’

The jury is still out on what happens to us when we die, with accounts varying between cultures and religions. The scientific community, for the most part, agrees life does not go on after death. But people who have gone through so-called near-death experiences (NDEs) beg to differ, believing death isn’t an absolute end at all.

One such person is a man named Candy, who claims to have temporarily died as a freshman in high school.

Candy shared his account with the Near-Death Experience Research Foundation (NDERF), describing how a student accidentally choked him.

He said: “One day as our study hall monitor was out, this senior picked me up from behind with one arm across my upper shoulders.

“He swung me around with what I assumed was a big smile and laugh. The class thought it was hilarious.

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“What they didn’t know is that his arm had slipped to my neck.”

As the grip on his throat cut off the oxygen from his brain, Candy slowly slipped out of consciousness – and life.

He described being surrounded by darkness until all was gone and everything was absolute silence.

Candy said: “Though the lights went out; yet, my consciousness was highly alert.

“I could no longer hear anyone or anything from in the classroom but I knew that I could hear.

“I saw nothing but darkness but did not feel blind.

In the aftermath of the incident, Candy is convinced the afterlife definitely exists.

He told NDERF: “Yes, I knew that I was continuing to exist apart from my body.”

Scientists, however, would be reluctant to take the harrowing account at face value.

Although it is true many NDE survivors recall similar instances of seeing lights or hearing voices, these are not necessarily evidence of an afterlife.

There is a growing body of evidence to suggest the brain remains active during moments of trauma and NDEs are hallucinations triggered by physiological processes.

A study at the University of Michigan, for instance, has analysed brain activity in mice with induced cardiac arrest.

The study found a spike of activity in the final 30 seconds before the mice died.

Jimo Borjigin, PhD, associate professor of molecular and integrative physiology and associate professor of neurology, said: “This study, performed in animals, is the first dealing with what happens to the neurophysiological state of the dying brain.

“We reasoned that if near-death experience stems from brain activity, neural correlates of consciousness should be identifiable in humans or animals even after the cessation of cerebral blood flow.”

Author: Sebastian Kettley
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‘Time traveller’ in bizarre Tik Tok video claims to have visited 2582

Author: Dan Keane
This post originally appeared on World News – breaking international headlines and exclusives | The Sun

A ‘TIME traveller’ who claims to have visited from 2582 says the Earth will be plunged into darkness in five years time.

The mysterious man made the claims in a bizarre video uploaded to TikTok – where he has amassed over 630,000 followers.

The time-traveller bizarrely claimed the Earth would be plunged into darkness

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The time-traveller bizarrely claimed the Earth would be plunged into darkness

He also made cryptic warnings about what would cause the blackout

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He also made cryptic warnings about what would cause the blackout

In one of the clips posted to his @timetraveler2582 account, he hints that something big will happen on June 6, 2026.

He says: “Believe or not, this has indeed happened on the June 6, 2026.

“Starting at 00h00 UTC on the June 6, 2026, the Earth will enter into three days of darkness.”

The ‘time-traveller’ does not hint towards what might cause the strange phenomenon, but adds: “Do not look at them.

“Do not look up in the sky at the light coming from the pyramids.

“Do not use any man-made lighting except candles.”

He warns that humans must be “prepared” and stay at home during the blackout.

But some viewers were unconvinced by the prediction and demanded more details, to which the TikTok user responded: “I will explain more in details.

“It should clear all the doubts you have left.”

One wrote: “I’m not gonna lie, I put it on my phone calendar about this Doomsday BUT I’m highly skeptical.”

Another added: “Please tell me that it’s not real I’m scared of the dark and we don’t have any candles. Can we use TVs and phones?”