Near death experience survey

Near Death Experiences in China – A Study of Survivors of the Tangshan
Earthquake

On July 28, 1976, the monstrous Tangshan earthquake caused more than 240,000
fatalities and 160,000 serious injuries. Medical workers in China did case
studies on the survivors, most of whom had been buried under the rubble of
collapsed buildings.

According to their recollections, more than half of the survivors reported
that during the time they were in danger, not only were they not afraid, on
the contrary, their minds were clear, calm and comfortable. In such a
dangerous situation, there was no panic; some people even had feelings of
happiness and thoughts running rapidly through their minds. Many different
thoughts came up. At this moment, things that had happened in their earlier
lives kept flashing back like a movie and the scenes were mostly happy ones.
The recollections were of such things as funny moments during childhood,
wedding ceremonies, and achievements and awards from work. This phenomenon
is called life retrospection or “full-scale recollection.”

Even stranger, close to half of the people had the feeling and awareness
that their consciousness or soul had left their bodies. Some of the people
equated this with “the soul coming out from the shell.” They stressed that
they had felt their supernormal capabilities were in another dimension
outside their bodies, and not inside their brains. They thought that their
physical bodies neither had these abilities nor the ability to think.

One-third of the people had the strange feeling of being inside a pipe or
passing through a tunnel. Sometimes, it was accompanied with loud noises and
the feeling of being pulled and compressed. They called it “the tunnel
experience.” Some people had the feeling of getting to the end of the
tunnel; they saw light and felt that “the light would come soon.”

About one-quarter of those surveyed experienced encountering incorporeal
beings, or ghosts. Most of these unsubstantial beings were their relatives
who had passed away. It was as though they had gone together to another
world and continued to live there. Or, they saw living friends or even
strangers. It seemed like a reunion. These “ghost-like” figures were
sometimes described as being in some sort of “light” form. Some people
looked at them as having been “transformed” according to concepts in
religion.

From the survivors of the Tangshan earthquake, inquiring researchers came up
with 81 useful survey interviews. They classified the experiences into 40
categories: looking back at one’s life, the separation of the consciousness
and the body, feeling of weightlessness, feeling strangeness in one’s own
body, feeling abnormal, the feeling of departing from the world, the feeling
of one’s body being united with the universe, the feeling of time’s
nonexistence, and many more. The majority of these people experienced two or
more feelings at the same time.

Although the survey of survivors of the horrible Tangshan earthquake
produced only 81 usable case studies of those experiencing near death
experiences, this is the most data collected among all the research on near
death experiences in the world. After their “return from death,” most of
these people remembered clearly their near death experiences even after ten
or twenty years. These research results from China are amazingly similar to
the surveys done by scholars in other countries all over the world.

Reference: Popular Medicine, Issue 5 (1993), Page 34-35, Shanghai Science
and Technology Publishing House.

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U4 Bahnhof Hütteldorf Turkis Kebab Stand

U Bahn Hütteldorf, ‘ TURKIS ‘ Kebabstand

Um die Sache richtig zu erfassen braucht es einiger Erklärung :
In Hütteldorf gibt es das ‘ Park and Ride ‘ der OEBB, was ich als sehr gut empfinde.

Am anderen Ende des Ganges vom Parkhaus steigt man hinunter zur U Bahn Station U4 und eine Stufe weiter zu ‘ TURKIS ‘ , dem Kebabstand.

Am Abend des 8.2.2015 dachte ich an ein ‘ Döner ‘ das ich im Shop selber konsumierte. Meine Frau wollte 2 Falaffel welche ohnehin so ausgetrocknet waren das man sie kaum essen konnte.

Das eigentliche Problem war : Ich sah das rosa anmutende Fleisch des noch rotierenden Döners (Huhn- Hühner) und war etwas besorgt als der Abhauer vom Dienst dieses herunterschnitt.

Ich schlug jeden Gedanken der Eigen Warnung in den Wind und aß den Döner dennoch.

Was sich als Fehler herausstellte, denn die Nachwirkungen waren unvorhersehbar.

In 3 Monatigem Vietnamaufenthalt, China mit eingeschlossen, hatte ich nicht mit solchen Problemen zu tun.

Der Döner war kontaminiert, die anhaltenden Magen Darmprobleme waren klar in Richtung Salmonellen definiert

Ich lebe seit 35 Jahren in Afrika, und solche Probleme gehören zu unserer alltäglichen Routine, deshalb bin ich für solche Fälle gerüstet.

Somit therapierte ich sofort mit Azidophilus ( Pro Biotische Kapseln ) 3 x 1 – 3 x pro Tag. Und ich hatte wenig Glück damit. Es half nicht viel, die Magen Darm Probleme waren nicht gelöst.

Nach 3 Tagen kontinuierlicher Diarrhoe begann ich mit der Einnahme von Ciprofloxacin 500 mg, einer Antibiotika die in Fällen von Typhus und  Para- Typhus indiziert ist.

Erst nach dieser verbesserte sich der Zustand in 2 Tagen, und die Symptome ließen nach.

Es ist dies eine klare Warnung dem Kebabstand in der U Bahn Hütteldorf fernzubleiben.

Ich habe eine Erklärung dafür wie sich Keime in dem Döner vermehren. Das Döner steht mehr oder weniger den ganzen Tag im Shop. Die obere Schicht wird gebraten, die unteren Schichten werden nur erweicht. Falls den ganzen Tag wenig verkauft wird, steht der Döner mit seinen 15 kg Hühnerfleisch und verkommt langsam.

Die Leute die ihn Anfangs essen haben keine Schwierigkeiten, die zuletzt sind großer Gefahr ausgesetzt.

Meine Anweisung an die Gesundheitsbehörden :

Bitte in Hütteldorf U Bahn 4 Station ‘ TURKIS ‘ Proben des Döners am Grill zu entnehmen und nach Keimen untersuchen

Die Keime sind im inneren eher auffindig zu machen als außen.

Das Gesundheitsamt Magistrat Penzing muß sich mit diesem befassen, da es sich um eine schwerwiegende Verletzung der öffentlichen Gesundheit und Hygiene handelt.

Wir sind seit dem Vorfall mit den Behörden in Verbindung.

Nach 35 Jahren Afrika und Asien haben wir in Wien noch kein Restaurant entdeckt das uns vergammelte Ware verkaufte, bis auf den ‘TURKIS’ Döner in Wien Hütteldorf.

Unser Rat : Bleibt fern von dem Kebabstand bis sich die Behörden damit befassen. Falls wir nicht versiert währen, hätte dieser Zwischenfall einen Spitalsaufenthalt Folge gehabt.

Ich bitte die Gesundheitsbehörde aufdringlich hier raschestmöglich einzuschreiten.

Wien, 19/2/2015
Heinz Rainer
aheneghana@gmail.com

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Winter

ITS WINTER TIME

Winter time in Austria, Vienna.
Some winter scenes here for you.

Winter Vorarlberg

Winter Vorarlberg

 

Vienna Mariahilferstrasse

Vienna Mariahilferstrasse

 

Vienna Staatsoper

Vienna Staatsoper

 

Cafe Sperl Vienna

Cafe Sperl Vienna

 

Musikverein Wien

Musikverein Wien

 

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Merry Christmas

Happy holidays to all friends and wellwishers

Once again we have reached a milestone – another end of a year.

Christmas is a special time, and it has never lost its attractiveness.
Christmas season is what we all remember – our childhood days – were special.

And it should be this way. We have memories we carry with us for all our life.

In this respect I wish – again – everyone a Merry Christmas, and a good New Year to follow !

Merry xmas

Merry xmas

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A year ago lady in Milan Italy

Milan, Italy 2013

One of our memorable experiences took place in Milan, Italy in November last year. Arriving from Nice we were late.

Late night we decided to stroll from our Hotel to Milano Centrale, the main station of Milan. What we were to see was unprecedented, a true reflection of our times.

Strolling beside the cafes within the perimeters of the Milan railway station, we noticed the hectic come and go of passengers; as well as all kinds of characters, different people, races, nationalities.

An interesting view altogether.

Time went by, and it was midnight, whilst enjoying our dinner time had slipped. One of the best restaurants is inside the railway station, with a large variety of foods, regional and other cuisine on offer.

Lady of Milan

It was then we noticed an odd – at first sight – looking female strolling past us. Her actions and behavior was noticeably different from all others. We were on our way out to seek rest, upon encountering her – I changed my mind.

The lady of Milan had something – I did not know at first what – distinctively different.  She radiated a blend of grace, class, her wardrobe told of past glamor,  fame.

Her movements were that of a Ballerina, a fairy maiden floating along the long passageways in an ice-cold waiting area.

Her whole appearance was standing out; she  portrayed a personality of a different kind.

Not normally easily taken in by appearances, this one was special – to me. It was as if I could understand her – she lived in a different world – without giving a damn about what people think of her.

So I started filming her, watching her every move, and dances, actions. Most by-passers were only concerned with themselves, hardly noticing the special character that went on swaying in front of them.

Our second thought was : What did this lady lead into her special looks and appearance ?

The lady 0f Milan danced, swayed, gracefully,  skillfully, with passion, imaginary with her plastic bag she had slung around her shoulder, in which she carried a number of unidentifiable objects.

Her once Stiletto style shoes were faded, one heel broken off, and yet she balanced  herself astonishingly through the large hall, ever so stylish and graceful, hardly noticeable by one.


The video that ensued is that of the lady of Milan. She incorporates the time we are living in, perhaps a personality who lived her fame, and forgot time has overtaken her. She keeps on living in those days.

Watch : The lady of Milan – Give her the respect she deserves. She was once a person of style. And it still is noticeable today.

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  1. Today is Santa Claus day, 5th of December, 2014. This is the story of the “Lady of Milan”.
    We feel privileged to have met this lady, though she may never realize the impact she made on us. She is ‘ Our lady of Milan, Italy ‘.
    We wish her the best of luck for the future, our prayers are out for her.
    For god has its own ways, and we pray he will take care of her.
    Heinz Rainer
    Hanoi, Vietnam,
    Dec.5th, 2014

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