P. M. H. Atwater, L.H.D., had three near-death experiences within three months in 1977. One of the original researchers in the field of near-death studies, she began her examination of the phenomenon in 1978 and has completed 18 books on the subject. Some of her findings have been verified in clinical settings, among them the prospective study done in Holland and published in Lancet (12-15-01). To date, her work covers nearly 5,000 adults and children. Her latest. The Forever Angels, challenges the near-death field itself.
Topic: The Forever Angels: Near-Death Experiences in Childhood and Their Lifelong Impact.
A new study, a new challenge, to what we think we know about life and death, reincarnation, and the life continuum. This is the first study to focus on those who had a near-death experience before/during/after birth, babies, toddlers, and children up to five years of age, plus womb memories. Two studies are combined in this work. The first done in the ‘80s and published as The New Children and Near-Death Experiences covered 277 experiencers, most under the age of seven.