A woman who claims she spent ‘five years’ in heaven has revealed what she saw after being declared clinically dead.
Dr Lynda Cramer was clinically dead for more than 14 minutes back in May 2001 - but while it may have been mere minutes over on this side, Lynda claims that in the afterlife it felt a lot longer.
She continued: "My ex-husband came running in and then two paramedics ran in and they went straight to where my body was in the toilet.
"I had no physical time here, I was floating in the living room."
She added: "The paramedic report says I was clinically dead for 14 minutes confirmed.”
During this time, Lynda said she could observe people coming in and was able to see what was happening from above her own body.
Lynda says she could see that her body wasn’t breathing, but that it didn’t cause her any alarm.
She also claims to have seen blue orbs buzzing into her home, with a ‘pure white energy’ inside them.
While paramedics rushed to try and save her, Lynda - who has a PhD in metaphysics - says she felt herself ‘being in heaven’ for five years.
As you have probably gathered, Lynda survived the medical emergency and now she’s firmly back in the land of the living, she's spoken openly about what she saw in the afterlife - including a mountain that was 30,000 times higher than Mount Everest, the highest in the world.
As well as what she saw in her own home, Lynda says she recalls being in a field filled with flowers.
"I was observing the mountain range 30,000 times huger than Mount Everest," she said. "There's a huge mountain range over in the back of wherever I was.
"I could see buildings with skyscrapers. Dubai are like little miniature huts in comparison. I saw lakes, I could see everything in a panoramic view.
"So I'm there interacting with people, talking to people, becoming them."
Lynda said that her brush with the afterlife also acted as a ‘life review’ where she could watch various memories.
She also claims that while in this other realm she was able to make any changes to herself that she fancied.
"If I wanted to turn into a duck, I could turn into a duck," she said. Why not, eh?Featured Image Credit: NDE Diary / Youtube / Peter Tsai Photography / Alamy Stock Photo