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Out of body experience: Woman leaves body in near death experience – claim

The person named Rhonda was suffering from severe flu as a child when she had a near death experience. According to Rhonda, she slipped into a deep sleep which was close to death. During this time, Rhonda said she, or at least her conscious, left her body and could see the entire room from the point of view of the ceiling.

Writing on the Near Death Experience Research Foundation (NDERF), Rhonda said: “When I was about 5 or so years old, I had the flu and a high fever.

“I was so terrified of doctors, that it took several nurses to hold me down to get my regular immunisations.

“I remember lying on the couch trying to take a nap. The next thing I remember is hearing my mother on the phone with the doctor. But I was on the ceiling looking down at myself.

“I was not really alarmed at this and it did not hurt or anything. The experience lasted a couple minutes.

“Then, I must have gone back to sleep or something as that was the last thing I remember of that experience.”

Some researchers, however, have said these visions are a normal phenomenon and not necessarily a sign of an afterlife.

Dr Sam Parnia, director of critical care and resuscitation research at NYU Langone School of Medicine in New York City, told an Oz Talk: “People describe a sensation of a bright, warm, welcoming light that draws people towards it.

“They describe a sensation of experiencing their deceased relatives, almost as if they have come to welcome them.

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Deuteronomy 28 reads: “If thou wilt not observe to do all the words of this law that are written in this book, that thou mayest fear this glorious and fearful name, The Lord Thy God;

“Then the Lord will make thy plagues wonderful, and the plagues of thy seed, even great plagues, and of long continuance, and sore sicknesses, and of long continuance.

“Moreover he will bring upon thee all the diseases of Egypt, which thou wast afraid of; and they shall cleave unto thee.

“Also every sickness, and every plague, which is not written in the book of this law, them will the Lord bring upon thee, until thou be destroyed.”

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He said: “As I was under the water, I looked up to see the surface glitter like shining stars.

“Then I saw complete darkness for about two seconds with silence.

“I was now in a place that is not easily to describe in words. This place had deep feelings as well as sight.

“I remember an intense feeling of happiness that was so great that no event on Earth will ever reach its equal.”

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Jeff said he was surrounded on all sides by some form of fog but he could see the figure of a man standing before him.

He instantly recognised the figure as Jesus who was dressed in a white roman-like cloak from his neck to his feet.

Jesus had long brown curly hair but Jeff did not see his face or the colour of his eyes.

Jeff said: Our conversation differed from a typical face-to-face speech.

“Somehow, I was able to communicate with the choice by mouth or the mind.

Although astonishing, Jeff’s account is not unique and shares similarities with many other NDEs.

According to Dr Sam Parnia, director of critical care and resuscitation research at NYU Langone School of Medicine in New York City, many people undergo seemingly profound experiences when on the brink of death.

People recall seeing lights, hearing voices or even having full blow conversations with dead relatives.

But there are likely natural explanations for what these people experienced.

Dr Parnia said: “People describe a sensation of a bright, warm, welcoming light that draws people towards it.

“They describe a sensation of experiencing their deceased relatives, almost as if they have come to welcome them.

“They often say that they didn’t want to come back in many cases, it is so comfortable and it is like a magnet that draws them that they don’t want to come back.

“A lot of people describe a sensation of separating from themselves and watching doctors and nurses working on them.”

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This sonic toothbrush will give your teeth a next-level clean on the cheap

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Shyn toothbrush bundles give you everything you need to properly take care of your pearly whites.
Shyn toothbrush bundles give you everything you need to properly take care of your pearly whites.

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TL;DR: Start taking better care of your teeth with a Shyn Sonic toothbrush bundle for as low as $52.99 as of July 8.


Sure, you brush your teeth — but are you doing it the right way? If you’re still using an old-fashioned manual toothbrush, it’s time for an upgrade. It turns out that those who use an electric toothbrush have less tooth decay, healthier gums, and end up keeping their pearly whites longer, according to research from the Oral Health Foundation.

But not all electric toothbrushes are equal.

Meet the Shyn Sonic Toothbrush, a new take on dental care that definitely brings some next-level energy to your oral hygiene practice. This lightweight toothbrush delivers a minimum of 31,000 brushes per minute. (That’s a whole lot of clean.) Not surprisingly, it does a bang-up job of removing more plaque than a manual brush. It’s also especially designed to protect your gums; some extra good news considering the CDC reports that 47% of U.S. adults 30 years and older have some type of periodontal disease.

The Shyn Sonic Toothbrush is the ADA-approved sonic toothbrush you’ve been waiting for. It comes equipped with four unique brushing modes — clean, white, sensitive, and massage — so you can customize each cleaning session depending on what feels right. You’ll also have five intensity levels to choose from. Either way, you can expect a just-left-the-dentist level of freshness.

For a limited time, you can get Shyn with four whitening brush heads and strips for just $59.99. That’s a steep discount of over 60% off. Those looking to dip their toe in the sonic toothbrush water can opt for this Shyn Sonic Toothbrush with Brush Head Assortment Bundle for $52.99.

What we’re getting at here is that you have options. Folks who have tried it and love it might want to consider a bundle of eight whitening brush heads, marked down for a limited time to $64.99. Or you can go all-in with this $74.99 collection of whitening brush heads and flossers.

Either way, don’t be surprised if your dentist notices a difference.

Shield your eyes from the wrath of blue light with a screen protector

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These screen protectors let you enjoy a clear display without harming your eyes.
These screen protectors let you enjoy a clear display without harming your eyes.

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TL;DR: Keep your eyes protected with the Ocushield anti-blue light screen protector for $29.99, a 36% savings as of July 8. 


Fun fact: we spend more time staring at screens than we sleep these days. About 11 hours per day, on average, in case you were wondering. If your job requires screen time, that number is probably even higher.

Besides the fact that too much screen time has been tied to insomnia, there’s another implication on our health we never really think about. Exposure to blue light — the glare that comes from our devices — can strain your eyes and even cause headaches. Crazy, right?

Fortunately, there are ways to shield your eyes from damaging blue light. One of the simplest ways is by grabbing a pair of blue-light-blocking glasses. But if eyeglasses aren’t your thing, you can opt for an Ocushield Anti-Blue Light Screen Protector to protect you.

Developed by qualified optometrists, these screen protectors not only effectively block up to 90% of harmful blue light emissions, but they’re also made of super-strong tempered glass with a scratch-resistant oleophobic coating. And unlike the “night mode” on most devices, it doesn’t give your screen that strange retro orange tint.

Here’s a quick clip showing you how easy it is to apply to your phone:

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The Ocushield obtained the world’s first and only medical rating — MHRA Class 1 — for a blue light filtering screen protector. Plus, it’s rated 4.3 out of 5 stars on Amazon. Basically, it’s the real deal.

Grab this screen time game-changer for only $29.99 (regularly $46.99) for a limited time. That’s 36% in savings. It’s available for iPhone SE, 7, 8, 8 Plus, X, XR, XS, 11, 11 Pro, and Samsung S8, S9, S8+, and S9+. Make sure you select the appropriate device before you purchase. 

How to get wine, beer, and liquor delivered to your door fast and cheap

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Get drinks delivered right to your door with Saucey's service.
Get drinks delivered right to your door with Saucey’s service.

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TL;DR: Get wine, beer, and other drinks brought right to your doorstep with $50 worth of Saucey liquour delivery credit for just $34.99 as of July 8, a 30% savings. See cities below.


New research shows a massive spike in online alcohol sales over the past few months as people have been tapping into subscription sites and delivery services to get beer, wine, and liquor delivered to their doorstep. Which makes a lot of sense in these socially-distant times.

If you haven’t had the pleasure of watching alcohol appear at your door, now’s a good chance to try it out, since the alcohol delivery app Saucey is offering up a deal. You can get a $50 credit for 30% off and check wine, liquor, and/or beer off your shopping list without ever leaving your home if you live in one of the following cities: Chicago, Dallas, Fresno, Houston, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, Miami, NYC, Orange County, Orlando, SF East Bay, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Silicon Valley, South Bay LA, Tampa, or Washington DC. (Not on the list? Hold your horses; your day will come.)

Saucey partners with local liquor stores across the country, offering up a unique menu to socially-distant city dwellers. Within 30 minutes, your order will appear on your doorstep like magic. Pure liquid magic. Choose from your favorite beers, wines, tequilas, vodkas, whiskeys, gins, and more. Heck, depending on your city, they’ve even got snacks, mixers, and tobacco products to boot.

What’s easier than a beer run? Sitting on the couch. Get $50 in Saucey Liquor Delivery credit for only $34.99 for a limited time. Upon purchase, you’ll receive a digital voucher code. This code must be redeemed on the Saucey site and only applies to your first purchase. Your order must be more than $50 for the code to apply. In other words, use up every dang dollar.