There are many questions that people still didn't manage to answer. Are we alone in the universe? Is there a God? And, what happens after we die? There are many theories about life after death, but this guy, Samuel Murray, decided to post his version on Facebook and it went viral. Get ready to get your mind blown.
Does Life after Death Really Exist?
This is a big question in every religion, but we still haven't found the proof. That is why people are sharing their points of view on this matter, and every single one of these theories is crazier than the next.
Samuel Murray's Theory
Here's the full post "What if when we die the light at the end of the tunnel is the light to another hospital room, there we are born and the only reason you come out crying is because you remember everything from your past life and you're crying at the fact that you died and lost everything, as you grow you start to forget your past life and focus on the life you have now, but patches of memory stay behind and that memory causes deja vu. Think 'bout that for a second..." And people did.
The Comments and Likes Started to Pour in
One girl wanted to know what happens if you're not born in a well-lit hospital? Maybe those people just simply don't see the light?
People Also Wanted to Know What's a Deja Vu
And Mike Watson, who was also commenting on Samuel's post, had the best explanation.
Separation from the Body?
In a study conducted on more than two thousand people who experienced a clinical death, 40% of them claimed that they had some sort of awareness at the time. But just two percent of those people described that feeling as an out-of-body feeling.
Death Is Not Instant
Death is a process, and it doesn't happen in the blink of an eye. When you die, your organs start to shut down, and it's been proven that the brain can still work for half a minute after heart failure. This is why it's possible to revive people even when their heart stops beating.
As Your Body Starts to Shut Down, It Also Starts to Release Endorphins
The pleasant feeling of euphoria is caused by endorphins and this is the reason scientists think people have unexplained experiences before dying, like seeing the light.
It's Hard to Separate the Truth from the Theories
Even though many people have reported experiencing memories from their previous lives, there isn't still a scientific proof that this sort of thing is actually possible.
So What About Sam's Theory?
His post has more than 100,000 likes and 30 thousand comments. Many people's minds were blown, and it definitely provides an interesting explanation.
So Which Theory Is Right?
Because science still can't prove anything, you can believe in any theory you want and wait and see whether you were right or wrong in the end.