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The Near-Death Experience Of Scott Drummond: Met God In An Out- Of-Body-Experience

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Where do people go after death and what happens there? Is it possible to have a second birth? The journey after death is decided on the basis of the karma of birth. Such questions keep swirling in people’s minds. But till date, no one has been able to answer the question, “What happens after death?” Is it possible that only those who come alive after death can answer these questions? Despite how absurd that may seem, an athlete named Scott Drummond has made such a startling assertion.

Scott Drummond, a 68-year old man, claims that he died at the age of 28, but only for 20 minutes, i.e., Scott was alive again after 20 minutes. Scott Drummond claims that his spirit returned to his body just 20 minutes after his death.

Scott Drummond
Scott Drummond

Scott Drummond was a talented athlete who was selected into the army in 1971. His basketball skills allowed him to evade the front lines while his peers were sent to Vietnam. In the midst of the Vietnam War, he played in Germany. Even though Drummond survived the war, he died while skiing at the age of 28. In a near-death experience, he went to Heaven and met the Creator of the universe, or God. Drummond didn’t mention this experience for 40 years until it was time to help other people through hard times.

Drummond had an accident while skiing on a mountainside in Provo, Utah 40 years ago. When he pulled off his gloves just after the accident, he saw that his thumb had gotten stuck and was dangling loosely against his skin. Soon he called his wife and was taken to the hospital. During surgery, Drummond had an out-of-body experience. Ever since then, Drummond has lived in Provo, Utah.

“I was lying on the operating table, and the doctors were planning to start the operation. Next to me were a nurse and a doctor. They put a sheet between me and the operated finger. The anesthesiologist was supposed to give me a drug to put me to sleep during the operation, but he was urgently called.”

Scott Drummond told this to The Epoch Times.

Despite her extensive experience, the nurse had never performed a Beer block (using a tourniquet to regulate local anesthesia during surgery). As a result, she made a mistake, and the drug accidentally hit Drummond’s heart during the operation.

“They used lidocaine for local anesthesia. I later found out that I was allergic to it. This is one of the reasons that caused cardiac arrest. It happened that I was lifted right out of my body. I stood there and looked at my body. I watched all this from above, looked down and saw my body lying on the table.”

Scott Drummond told this to The Epoch Times.

The nurse screamed as she ran out of the room that she had killed Drummond. The doctor continued to operate on Drummond’s thumb while the medical personnel worked to save his life, all of which Drummond could clearly see from the outside. Suddenly, a voice in his head suddenly said, “It’s time to go.”

“Someone was standing next to me. I couldn’t look at him, but I communicated with him telepathically,” he said. – And in the next moment I realized that I was standing in a field, and it was a beautiful field with tall grass to the waist. This grass streamed and flowed towards me, and I felt love emanating from it.“

Scott Drummond told this to The Epoch Times.

A voice in his mind ordered Drummond not to look back. Even till today’s date, this order echoes in his mind.

“I was gone. I was dead. I moved on. I could look from side to side, in front of me, but I couldn’t look back,” he said. There were big tall trees on the left, and it was a forest. These were trees I had never seen before until I visited the Olympic Forest in Washington about three years ago. …

The next thing I noticed was the gorgeous colors. I have never seen such flowers before. We tend to see things in 3D here on Earth. If you multiply this by a factor of 10, you get the color of the leaves on the tree. They were brilliant green.”

Scott Drummond told this to The Epoch Times.

There was a flower field between Drummond and the trees.

An illustration of flowers in heaven.
An illustration of flowers in heaven.

“The uniqueness of these wildflowers was that all the flowers were facing me. I felt a connection with these flowers because love emanated from them. I thought it was a very calming feeling. And a cloud appeared in front of me, but it was brilliant, pearly white.”

Scott Drummond told this to The Epoch Times.

As though on a screen, Drummond watched his entire life flash before his eyes, beginning at the age of eight.

“I have seen everything. It didn’t feel like a movie. It was all in my head, in my mind, and I relived it all again. I experienced it again. I saw my family, I learned what sacrifices my parents made for me and my sport, taking me to all my games and events. All this was done by them out of pure love for me.”

Scott Drummond told this to The Epoch Times.

He thinks back on his experiences in a very clear way, as if he had lived his whole life in “black and white,” “good and evil,” with no middle ground, no gray area.

“There is either right or wrong, good or evil. And I had no one to justify myself to. In my life up to this point, I have not always done the right thing. Whether you’re playing professional or collegiate sports, you have to do everything you can to advance. And sometimes I did wrong. And even in the business world, to get ahead, I often had to step over other people. I realized that what I did was wrong.”

Scott Drummond told this to The Epoch Times.
Illustration of the Universe's Creator
Illustration of the Universe’s Creator

Encounter Of Scott Drummond With God

Drummond found himself in front of the cloud, which he moved towards. From there, a hand reached out.

“I have never seen such a cloud before. It was so pure that I could not determine its color. It was too clean,” he said. — I took up the study of the hand. … His forearms were larger than mine. From the way his hand passed through the cloud, I realized that he was a little taller than me.

Those arms were much more muscular. This was a man who either worked in construction or was a farmer or carpenter. It looked like he was working with his hands. …They were very strong.”

Scott Drummond told this to The Epoch Times.
An illustration of the hand of God in heaven.
An illustration of the hand of God in heaven.

Drummond thinks this man was actually the Lord.

“Your time has not yet come. You still have a lot to do.”

Lord said this to Drummond.

Since then, Drummond continued to hear these words.

“And the next moment I was sent back to my body and I was on a stretcher. I was being taken out of the ward, and suddenly I began to move in all directions. There was a real war in my body, because I did not want to return, because I had never felt such love and such peace before.“

Scott Drummond told this to The Epoch Times.

Scott Drummond’s life from scratch

For 20 minutes, Drummond’s heart stopped beating. He now realizes that he was given the opportunity to begin life on Earth from the beginning and that he had to seize it.

“I was sent back because I was too selfish in my previous life. I was not kind to other people and did not treat them with respect as I should have. There was one thing I regretted the most: I never told my wife how much I loved her. Before the operation, I just said: “See you later.” I didn’t even imagine that I could not return after it.”

Scott Drummond told this to The Epoch Times.

Drummond learnt to be kind and thoughtful to people after his near-death experience and following angelic meeting. Rather than focusing on himself, he loves to assist others in their professions and contribute to their growth.

“The lessons I have learned are very valuable,” he said. “And it didn’t happen overnight. This is what I had to learn for 40 years, because I want to look more worthy when I go back there next time.”

Scott Drummond told this to The Epoch Times.

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