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Tue Aug 18, 2015, 04:45 PM

New TV Show of Interest

It's a cable station, but one that most people with cable packages get--Destination America. The program is on Sunday nights at 10 eastern, 9 central, and is called "Resurrection." It's about people who have come back from the dead. Some of the stories are pretty interesting. Here's an excerpt from the Coast to Coast write-up, which is where I found out about it:

Clark shared the case of a Nigerian man named Daniel Ekechukwu, who was pronounced dead after a car accident, placed in a mortuary for three days and embalmed. His body was brought back to life at a meeting of evangelist Reinhard Bonnke, Clark reported, noting the incredible event was captured on video. Clark also described an amazing resurrection account witnessed firsthand by cardiologist Dr. Chauncey W. Crandall. His patient, Jeff Markin, had suffered a massive heart attack, could not be resuscitated, and was declared dead. As Markin's body was being readied for the morgue Dr. Crandall felt he should pray for him and was led to shock his heart one final time, Clark recounted. It was then that Markin came back to life, he said. "In all of my cases people have had an experience that points to a higher entity," Clark added.

Echoing a similar sentiment, Frievalt asserted that "miracles, healings, all the things in the Bible are applicable to today, including the supernatural." He spoke about how his work on Project Afterlife had challenged his belief system with notions such as freewill not ending with death but continuing into the afterlife. Frievalt suggested it is possible to extend life, and perhaps even live as long as Moses (120 years), by changing the way we think about death. We can call upon a higher power to rebuke sickness, he insisted. Frievalt also revealed how people who have been resurrected usually come back more tuned into love.


http://www.destinationamerica.com/tv-shows/project-afterlife/

The topic isn't exactly new, but this is the first popular approach I know of. There has been a book by a doctor who has been able to do this using various techniques he's developed. The show has also had him on; can't recall his name.

Also, there is free TV show called "Deadraiser" at this link. You have to have the password "ProjectAfterlife" to watch it, though.

http://deadraiser.com/


Cher



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Response to NJCher (Original post)

Tue Aug 18, 2015, 10:27 PM

1. just found out

You can watch the first episode on Amazon Prime, if you have that. I'll probably look it up and try to watch it. Will post back with any thoughts.


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Wed Aug 19, 2015, 07:03 AM

2. This show reminds me of a previous show on another channel.

I Survived...Beyond and Back, which ran for two seasons

http://www.tv.com/shows/i-survivedbeyond-and-back/episodes/

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Response to PADemD (Reply #2)

Wed Aug 19, 2015, 10:29 AM

3. oh, thanks for that link!

I recall those shows and they were excellent. I was wanting to watch again when i saw them listed on the television listings, but it was just the one version of "I Survived." If you recall, the producers made one version for hazardous situations where the person was in terrible danger, but they also made a version (about 25 per cent of the shows) where the person died and came back.

I'm more interested in the latter, of course.


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Response to PADemD (Reply #2)

Sat Sep 26, 2015, 03:18 AM

4. i loved those shows. they are impossible to find.

it's too bad--because they were so amazing

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Sat Sep 26, 2015, 03:30 PM

5. He was embalmed?

 

Doesn't that include removing all the blood and replacing it with some sort of preservative? I'd like just a little more outside verification of what happened in that case.

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