Student Tells About His Clinical Death Experiences

Student Tells About His Clinical Death Experiences

A 22-year-old student from Sweden who claims he was clinically dead twice in his life tells what it feels like to be dead.

The first time Sasha Eliasson has experienced death was in June 2014 when he was involved in a motorcycle crash. He suffered a broken knee, shin and ankle, he shut down from the intense pain, and for about two minutes he had no pulse, breathing or consciousness. The second incident happened months later when he overdosed on painkillers following a surgery.

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The student was dead twice for about two minutes at a time and he said that both times he experienced 'just black emptiness' devoid of any thoughts of consciousness. "Both times I was just "not there". It was just all black. I would describe it as when you take a nap. A short nap with no dream, you wake up and it feels like you've been sleeping a long time, when in reality it's only been about 15 minutes."

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When asked about other people who have reported being conscious during clinical death he said, "I think that in their cases, their minds were still active. What they experienced was just a sort of dream. I have always been an atheist, but I have always had a part of me that hoped there was a God or Heaven or something greater than us.

I am still an atheist, and now I know that there is no such thing as God or Heaven. At least not for me. All you have to do is accept that death is what it is, a part of life, then you will understand that it is nothing to be afraid of. Once you're dead, that's it, it's over. I know now that death is nothing worse than sleeping. When you die, you just stop existing, nothing to worry about!"  

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Now the young man is thinking about organ donation as he plans to give up his entire body to help other when his time finally comes, "I believe that it's super selfish to hold on to your organs when you have literally no use for them."


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