Vicki Noratuk -Blind from Birth able to “see” on the other side.

This NDE account is for the skeptics.(29min)Vicki Noratuk was blind since birth and has 100% blindness. She could not even see black. She only operated by touch, sound and smell and taste. She had never seen any light in her life until the day she died…….. This NDE account totally debunks the notion that NDE’s are caused by the DMT chemical being released at the time of death. DMT may well be a factor but does not create lighted images in a person who has never seen light before.

Watch the testimony and then listen to a Radio Interview directly afterwards where Vicki expands on what happened to her in the afterlife and her time with Jesus Christ. He sent her back with a number of important messages for all Humanity. This is a must hear for everyone wanting to know more about the REAL meaning of life.

Vicki Noratuk, was scared and confused. She was blind from birth, she had never ever had ANY visualizations of anything, only a sence of touch. She died on the operating table. Suddenly she could see for the first time in her life! She could see the emergency room doctors working diligently to save their patient, badly injured in a car accident. She heard them say, “We can’t bring her back” several times. She watched as the “crash cart” was brought in to try and save the body on the table.

Vicky struggled to grasp what was happening. She couldn’t believe what she was seeing. She couldn’t believe she was seeing.

Vicky explains, “I’ve never seen anything. No light in the shadows, no nothing. People ask if I see black. No. I do not see black. I do not see anything at all. And in my dreams, I don’t see any visual impressions…just taste touch sound and smell, but no visual impressions of anything.”

Vicky has no visual memories, no concept of color, no idea how her own reflection would appear in a mirror. She has been blind since infancy due to excess oxygen given after her premature birth.

She was frightened. Suddenly being able to see confused her. Slowly she came to the realization the body on the table was hers. She watched with detached disinterest while doctors scrambled to save her life.

Vicky represents the quintessential case study for the philosophical exercise known as “Mary’s room”, where a subject is placed in a black and white room and only allowed to view the world through a black-and-white monitor. The theoretical question posed by the “experiment” is to ask what will happen when Mary is released from the room or given a color television monitor? Will her scientific knowledge of color allow her to learn from the new experience?

Vicky’s real-life situation goes one giant step further in that theoretical exercise – she has no ability to view anything.

And she never has.

Yet somehow, when she nearly died in that emergency room at Harbor View Hospital, Vicky claims to have experienced sight for the only time in her life. When she knew it was her body that was “dead”, Vicky says she left the hospital through the ceiling and floated over the city.

She said, “It was wonderful to be out there and be free, of not being afraid of bumping into anything, and I knew where I was going….as I was approaching this area there were trees and birds and quite a few people, but they were all made out of light. And I could see. It was incredibly beautiful and I was overwhelmed by that experience because I couldn’t really imagine what light was like.”

That is the key, the unanswerable question — how could Vicky’s brain conjure up false visual images from memories when she had no visual memories from which to draw — not even from dreams?

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