has anyone had a beloved pet seemingly cease life and then return even if only briefly?
A story was on the News here a few days back. A dog was "put down" by the local SPSA, and came back to life after a few minutes...A Jack Russel, if I remeber correctly. I didn't catch the whole story. But I am sure you can find it online if you are interested.
We had an experience of such short life; once a pigeon,in a very precarious and sick condition flied into our house. My daughter who was just a kid then,she is a lover of animals, she became very upset and asked me to help. The pigeon turned upside down and seemed to have almost died. We prayed for the pigion. I had know that there is a treatment in Homeopathy for the dieing people whom it cures. Acconite-30 is its name; I suggested that one or two drops of it should be poured into his mouth; my daughter did it and in a while he stood up and opended his eyes. We were very much excited; though later he died; very sadly.
There is one account of a scientific experiment on a dog, performed by Alcor, in which frozen brain cells were thawed and which showed signs of life.
I don't approve of animal experiments, but here's the link: http://www.alcor.org/Library/html/researchhistory.html
Writing this before I read the link. There was a whistle-blower book by a former employee there on some pretty unethical practices going on to say the least, however will take a look at the link.
manhunter30. reanimation has only been studied in the movies like Frankenstein. The real study of this belief is in hoo-doo or voo-doo and necromancy and these beliefs are good areas of study to stay away from unless you have a lot of experience because it is not like on the TV. The real arcane knowledge is something I would not share with anyone because of the danger involved. If you do not know what you are doing then stay away from because you could get killed or there are worse things then death. Becareful what you get yourself into because you may not be able to get out. End of Message!!
Not so, Manhunter; reanimation occurs in hospitals every day. Many are the verified accounts of patients who have been briefly dead then brought back to life through a combination of medical procedures.
Yesterday's superstition is today's science.
Quite true Adele. I asked my G.P. about it and he said it really wasn't that uncommon and in fact was part of his residency training to observe it. The pet in question was to all intents and purposes in full cardiac arrest for probably close to two minutes and slowly came back to life. There are personal reasons why I believe this occurred but she was even able to regain her feet and walk to the doorway, look up and say good-bye before dying for good.
That is interesting DS, thanks. Lets hope it got a reprieve, seriously.
Yes, I think it was adopted after the story aired... Do a search on Miracle Dog in Virginia Beach or Norfolk. You should find it
Sorry, I was mistaken. The dog was in OK. here is the story. It was just on the news in my area for a couple days.
http://www.thedogfiles.com/2011/03/02/m … uthanasia/
Yeah, I know.. I don't watch the news much...LOL
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