Oprah Winfrey Interviews Betty Eadie

On November 18, 1973, Betty Eadie died from complications connected to a partial hysterectomy. What she experienced and what she saw resulted in a small book she wrote some 20 years later and was published in 1992 which then made the New York Times top 10 Best Seller list for more than 30 weeks. The title of the book was “Embraced by the Light”. This resulted in an interview she eventually had with the famed Oprah Winfrey, now retired, where Mrs. Eadie tells of her amazing and wonderful story of what she experienced in death. NDEs or Near Death Experiences, which is what experiences like Mrs. Eadie’s were first being termed and explored by Dr. Raymond Moody back in the 1970’s, have been growing in number of reports ever since Western Medicine discovered the ability to reanimate dead bodies; thanks to modern technology. One of the most detailed ones was Dannion Brinkley’s story covered in his book “Saved by the Light”. More recently is Mellen-Thomas Benedict’s story. Brinkley had been struck by lightening ripping open his neck which killed him instantly. Benedict had been dead for about 90 minutes when terminal cancer took him. There are many other NDEs that have been recorded since the 1970s. Even more interesting are the stories of young children who are speaking out over the decades and telling of their previous life or incarnation, something that was even being reported some 30 years ago back in the 1980’s. These reports are coming from families who do not believe in