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Einstein’s numbering of the dimensions for the very accurate:

Who wants to know it exactly: in Einstein’s theory, our world is not three-dimensional and four-dimensional, because he takes the time as the fourth dimension added. He speaks of a four-dimensional space time structure and has calculated that this structure in an additional dimension is curved in a fifth dimension, namely a space dimension. The geometric 4. Dimension (or 4. Raum-Dimension) is the fifth dimension after Einstein’s count for the universe, because in the universe, time plays an important role.

With the numbering of the dimensions, it is a bit difficult. It depends on how you sort the dimensions of space and time. For our previous world, the numbering is clear, only the 3 spatial dimensions, then the time dimension. And if we take a more spatial dimension, which we have calculated that, but do not perceive with our senses, that’s just the 5. Dimension. Were we aware of but five dimensions, i.e. would we perceive 5 dimensions in everyday life, we would sort them probably different: only the 4 spatial dimensions, then the time as 5. Dimension.

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12 elements of the near-death experience according to Jeffrey

and the frequency of occurrence in his study

  1. Out of body experience 75%
  2. Sharper meaning 74%
  3. Intensive and generally positive feelings and sensations 52%
  4. Entering in or pass through a tunnel 34%
  5. Encounter with a mystical or radiant light 65%
  6. Encounter with other beings, mystical beings or deceased related or friends 57%
  7. The feeling of that time or space have changed 34%
  8. Life review 22%
  9. Entry into unearthly (“Heavenly”) worlds 52%
  10. Encounter with or recognition of special knowledge 31 56%
  11. Meeting up at a border or barrier 31%
  12. Voluntary or involuntary return to the body 58%

Classification according to Kenneth ring: 5 phases

  1. affective phase: joy, happiness (60%)
  2. Leaving the body (37%)
  3. dark, peaceful environment (tunnel) (23%)
  4. bright light (16%)
  5. OffWorld dimension (music, meeting of the deceased) (10%)

3 categories according to Michael Sabom

  1. autoscopic aspect, leaving the body, observing the resuscitation (53%)
  2. transcendental aspect (light, communicate with other beings) (ca. 50%)
  3. Combination of features of the 1. and 2. Category (20%)

Bruce Grayson: 4 components

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The 8 instances of the ego and the parts of the brain:

  • Ego of body (parietal lobe)
  • Ego of localization (parietal lobe)
  • Ego of Perspective (Center of the experienced world; right lower temporal lobe)
  • Ego as the subject of experience (right lower temporal lobe + amygdala and other centers of the limbic system)
  • Author team and control Ego (own responsibility)
  • Autobiographical Ego (itself created by the narrative)
  • Self-reflexive Ego: think about themselves
  • Moral Ego: conscience

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Visual Substitute of blind people:

Blind sight: discovered by L. Weiskrantz in the 70’s ability of blind people to access grasping for an unknown object in the right direction, and with the proper hand support leg. Visual stimuli (via the skin?) are directed to areas outside of the visual cortex of the brain. This perception is unconscious. Difference to the NTE: the blind is no clear view, not verbally describe objects.

Dermo optical perception (Romain 1920): three-dimensional spatial impressions on the skin. Room bright skin, not a point of view hindrance must, as far as possible uncovered. Needs a learning process, initially only objects can be detected close to the skin. Colors can over random-often right “” be felt. Needs physical health and a high concentration. But the soul can see through walls, the people were covered or dressed, the look is immediately and not only has to be learned.

Extra ocular vision (Jacobi Grinberg-Zylberbaum): vision of children under 15 years old, only after mediation and visualization exercises

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