Deathbed Visions & DMT
Much of the discussion surrounding endogenous DMT is in regards to the classical “Near Death Experience” (NDE). This usually occurs in the form of a traumatic event such as a car accident or a heart attack. While there are thousands of documented cases of NDE’s in which people have reported experiencing visual phenomena, this is extremely small compared to the reported transpirations of deathbed visions.
“Deathbed Visions” (also known as “DBV’s”) is the term used to describe “hallucinatory” phenomena that patients experience in the days and hours leading up to their transition (death). These patients are usually terminally ill or simply passing due to advanced aging. The number of reported DBV’s now and throughout history are in the hundreds of millions across the world as a significant percentage of people appear to experience “hallucinations” prior to their departures.
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