Let’s see. The neurosurgeon had a bacteria attack his brain, he went into a coma and his higher order thought processes shut down for seven days. Now Newsweek promotes the idea that his hallucinations prove Heaven exists.
This is an extreme example of why I quit reading Newsweek decades ago.
This guy’s a Nancy. If he wanted to see heaven in its full glory he should have got himself a good old infection of naegleria fowleri. Now that crap eating your brain would produce some bitchin hallucinations. Err, I mean ‘visions’.
Damn! I missed my chance to make millions on a book about my only marijuana-angel dust induced vision. One of my close friends at UK had a bag of hyper-righteous grass that we smoked from a hubble-bubble, but I didn’t know that it had been laced with pcp. After a few tokes I fell back through the chair into space and saw stars and planets everywhere, realizing then that I was in a completely different universe and had become a star child. this experience convinced me that there actually IS an afterlife and I can’t wait to blow my head off in order to return. How can Newsweek hope to be considered a legimate mag. by printing this crap? I used to read it and Time as well but the internet is killing them off now. What a shame that they have to resort to this cheap trick to stay alive. Oh well. at least we have the memories; don’t think the trip cost me any brain cells or brain cells. Wait, didn’t I say that before?