Near Death Experiences

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Anyone have any near death experience? Like moments where you could have died and such? I will share mine first : P

I inhaled "BRONZE POWDER" and not the kind that is just powder colored bronze, this was the real deal with literal bronze in it. My sinuses were killing me and I had a bonesplitting migrane and I threw up, I nearly passed out but luckily I found a sink to wash my mouth and nose out in. The pain in my sinuses was so intense I nearly passed out again and then I started getting the chills and I had to stay in bed for about two days.

My other one is when a angry Red Sox fan tried to drive me and my brother off of the road, because we passed him. And he kept on following us repetidley trying to drive us off of the road, until we lost him in a residential neighborhood.

Well share yours now!
 

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Once when I was born.

Then again when I inhaled some phosphate crap. << could not breath for a min and a half.

The Again a few years ago when I almost got hit by a car doing 60MPH on my bike. (Stopped a few inches from me.)

Then again infront of my friends house Again by a truck doing 50MPH

Then I almost got my neck broke by falling 5 feet into a concreat ditch and landed on my head and solder.
 
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Oh I forgot one!

When I was a baby I choked on a little toy, luckily my brother alerted my mum or I wouldnt be here typing this.
 

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A one time I nearly fell off the boat close to the pier...

Once I nearly got 230V 16A through my heart. (thank you insulating shoes)...

Other then that I don't really think I have had any other then the few car accidents I was almost in.
 
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I'm not sure if it counts, but there's a big chunk of time missing from my memory when I was a kid. I figure that *something* must have happened, I just have no idea what.
 

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You were murdered Dundundun!!!!!!!! OMFG
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Joking aside.

Flew over handle bars of my three wheeler when I had a sudden stop going 20 :3 That was fun though.
 
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Was out in the ocean, somewhat deep once. I doubt it was a rogue wave, but I turned around and it felt like a baseball bat made of water slammed me in the face. My facemask and snorkle were torn off my head, I got slammed under the water, I got a mouth and half a lungful of water, and gritty sand or something blasted into my eyes.

I started blindly swimming and swimming for the surface, and just as I thought I might run out of air, I punch a rock and almost break my hand. Then, as a high pitched whining starts in my head, I realize i've been swimming down and not up. With a final effort, I grab the rock with my other hand, pull myself onto it, brace my feet against it, and rocket towards the surface.

I launch out of the water breathing in more liquid than air, cough it out as I bob up and down a bit, and manage to water-crawl my way back to the beach, which I crawl up, and then collapse on my towel.

I'm awoken an undetermined amount of time later, to a sunburnt back, a few kicks, and "Where the fuck is the swimming shit?" due to the stuff I lost when the water-bat hit me....... such is the story of my life. Even then the stuff I had was worth more than I was to the people around me.
 

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Harano, never underestimate the force of the water. Take a second to try and find what's up and down. And last but not least, open your eyes so if you see the amount of light dim or brighten. If it dims head the other way and if it brightens keep on going. (the last is the most important, your eyes will survive it, They'll do perfectly well actually. Nothing will harm them. But it's the easiest way of finding up and down under water in the sea.
 

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I all most walked off a roof I was walking backwards putting plates down. I was doing rubber roffing. The fall would have been 60 feet if some one did not see me I wound not be writing this right now
 

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When I was 14 I walked out in front of a car that was doing about 40 mph. I don't know why I did. I remember that the sun was shining in my eyes, and the next thing I knew I was in this place surrounded by light. It was laying down in bed and I was completely at peace. The next thing I knew was that I came to in the middle of Rt. 37 with both my tibia and fibula broken, as well as a big dent in my head.

The next near death experience was in 1985 when I had a bleeding ulcer. It was a Sunday so I went to MedChoice, a place which sees people on an emergency basis. My own doctor was in attendance at the time. He diagnosed me with a bleeding ulcer and made arrangements for me to go to the hospital. As they were taking me out in a wheel chair, I passed out. The next thing I knew, I was going into the tunnel of light. Again there was this tremendous feeling of peace, and I saw my parents and grandparents at the end of the tunnel. As I approached I began to reverse directions, and then I was conscious back in the wheel chair. My doctor put me into intensive care. I received several units of blood, and they had to do an endoscopy two times before the bleeding would stop.
 

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I had only one as far as I can remeber.

Happened 3 years ago, I had an accident while I was driving my scooter and had a frontal crash with a car. I was 60 Km/h, she 40 Km/h. Plus that morning I was going to an exam..... and was 3 day after I got my driving licence.

Luckly, I was Unharmed, but I felt myself floating before hitting the ground with my back (luckly again, I was wearing my backpack, because it didn't fit the box under the seat).
 

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Through a bizzare hunting accident i had a arrow completely go through my leg. Had it been about a 1/4 inch over more i would have cut the main vain in my leg and would have bled out long before the paramedics could have been there.
 

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Mine happend in oct of 1997, at work my leg was pulled into a peice of machinery, the operator of the machinery didn't see it happen, he came out to toss away a cigarette, and saw me, I was trying to get his attention on the walkie talkie but the guy was sort of deaf form working the same job for 30 years.

After the machine stopped, it took them a few mins. to get to me I was about 3 stories off the ground, when they got there I was bleeding badly, so badly the ground was wet with blood below me after awhile someone used rag to make a tounaquet, to slow the blood loss, when the crew got there they lifted me down, the catwalk and put me in the back of a pick up, while there I couldn't figure out why it was getting dark just before noon, and I was freezing, shortly thereafter, the ambulance showed and they started putting lines in me, and put me in the ambulance, and then drove me to an open feild to a waiting helicopter.

Then after that I was out of it for 2 weeks, I was told I was near death a few times from massive infection from all the dirt and grease in my leg, but somehow I just knew I was going to be OK, even in the helicopter I knew I was going to be alright, so 11 years later and 250K worth of surgery I'm not doing too bad, for an almost dead guy.

This is the readers digest version, I was in the same hospital for 6 months.
 

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I'm not sure if it counts, but there's a big chunk of time missing from my memory when I was a kid. I figure that *something* must have happened, I just have no idea what.
Maybe you should ask your parents or other family members.

I also have many chunks of memories missing from when I was a kid, so I know what you mean, sort of.
 

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Mine happend in oct of 1997, at work my leg was pulled into a peice of machinery, the operator of the machinery didn't see it happen, he came out to toss away a cigarette, and saw me, I was trying to get his attention on the walkie talkie but the guy was sort of deaf form working the same job for 30 years.


This is the readers digest version, I was in the same hospital for 6 months.
I hope you got to keep your leg? (if you don't mind telling) I saw some pics taken by the fire dept at an industrial accident very similar to what happened to you. God, it was prob. the most gruesome real life thing I've ever seen.
 

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Maybe you should ask your parents or other family members.

I also have many chunks of memories missing from when I was a kid, so I know what you mean, sort of.
Same but I have a vague Idea from my friends and I do not want them back. <_<
 

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I hope you got to keep your leg? (if you don't mind telling) I saw some pics taken by the fire dept at an industrial accident very similar to what happened to you. God, it was prob. the most gruesome real life thing I've ever seen.

Yes I still have my leg, it isn't too pretty to look at, and it dosen't work all that well, but it does work, it took me 10 years to get it to where it is now.

Someday I will have to post some of the emergency room pics, when the doctor came in and he said, "I have to have pictures of this", I knew I was in deep do do as they say.
 

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I've averted home burglary before! Does that count?

The one situation that I specifically remember, though, involves my father and I. My father is 77 years old (he was 74 at the time) and has had hearing problems for God knows how long. I was staying at their house during a storm one summer evening when we remembered that the porch unbrellas needed to be put down. It was one of those storms that crawls up on you before you even know it's there.

My father and I are standing outside, each of us on the edge of the porch, standing on benches across from each other to put the picnic table umbrella down. Leaves were whipping all around us, and the sky took on that sickly yellowish hue that warm storms often have.

At some point, I'm not sure what really happened -- I heard a loud snapping, breaking right above me, and it was as if I could feel the coming pressure of one of the trees (my parents live in a dense forest area) sweeping down at us. Without saying anything, I jumped across the picnic table and grabbed my Dad, who couldn't hear what was happening above us, pulled him against me, and fell down to the porch and rolled beneath one of the other benches there.

A second later, a whole tree -- not just a branch, but the whole massive bastard -- crashed down through the umbrella and across the benches and picnic tables. We had to repair the porch railing and replace the porch furniture, and no doubt, had that thing fallen that way just a second earlier, we both would have been dead.
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Dogboy, your story really interests me! It's a little harrowing and frightening to think that the mind (or the body, or the spirit) can be so tricky as to try to pull us towards comforting light or long-time desires as if to symbolize passage or death. Thank goodness you're still here, though!
 

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In the 80's, I was nearly struck by two speeding motorcycles while practicing for a wheelchair race on Fiesta Island, San Diego.
 
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