Copyright Deborah Schurman-Kauflin
Nurses have all kinds of stories to tell. They have seen everything. These wonderful people are some of the strongest and most down to Earth individuals you will ever meet. Nurses who have dealt with dying patients have seen remarkable things. When you talk to a nurse, you will learn that they are caring and very straightforward people. They tell it like it is.
Having said that, let me tell you what I have learned from nurses about being around those who are dying. Something or someone comes to greet those who are crossing over. Who or what comes depends on the type of person you are.
First let’s talk about the good. Nurses report angelic entities entering a room right before sweet patients die. There is a peace surrounding these deaths. No wailing. No gnashing of the teeth. A calm envelops the patients. Often the dying people will call out with joy as they see long dead family members and friends coming to collect them. There is little fear, only smiles as the dying see their long lost loved ones. Nurses report that the rooms feel peaceful. In some cases, medical personnel actually see angels or spirits themselves. The entities are right in front of them. They say they could almost touch them. Blissful is the way to describe such the dying who are going ‘home.’
On the other hand, nurses report something terrifying when it comes to bad people. In cases where miserable, angry, hostile, violent, and abusive patients get close to death, something diabolical comes. Demons? Devils? Whatever arrives sends the patients into a full blown panic.
There have been a lot of situations where nurses report family members telling them how awful the dying patient was in life. Family talks and talks and talks. Death makes old repressed emotions come to the surface. So family will tell medical personnel all about the terrible things the patient had done to them. Sometimes families do not tell these stories until after the death. One nurse said he always knew when he was going to hear negative stories about the patient after death. It was because the only ones who were fighting tooth and nail against an invisible reaper were those described as rotten in life.
In these cases, the stories are similar. As the patient gets closer to death, the room gets unexplainably cold. Staff and the patient get the feeling that something has come into the room. It gets colder, and the patients freak out, desperately try to fight off whatever is there. The patient will scream, yell, and punch in an attempt to stop the darkness which has come for them.The dying will ask the nurses if they see it (the entity). The dying beg for help. In some instances, a few nurses have seen a dark mist. They stated that it did not feel friendly and it made them scared or uncomfortable.
One nurse said “I swear I thought whatever was there for this man was going to literally pull him out of bed right in front of me. He was fighting so hard. I’ve never seen a patient flip out like that.”
Nurses will often get an order for more medication to calm the patient. However, it does not work. The dying are literally kicking and screaming to the grave. But no matter how hard they fight, the grave always wins. The darkness will get what it came for.
The question is: what is coming for them? Is it the Devil? Satan? Demons? Whatever it is, it scares the dying so much that they flail and kick and scream to try to stop it. You might think it is just a side effect of medicine or hallucinations at the end of life. Yet, medical staff have witnessed the dark entities as well. It isn’t just one patient seeing it. And the dark shadow thing only comes for those who were described as being rotten. In any event, none of us want to see this when we are close to the end. I think there is a fate far worse than anything we could see on this Earth waiting for those who abused life.
I think what it comes down to is that the narcissists and psychopaths never believed they would have to pay for what they had done in this life. When they realize the bill is due, they make a futile attempt not to pay. It never works though.
I asked the nurse who thought an entity might pull her patient out of the bed in front of her, what she believed about what had happened. She sighed and asked if I wanted the truth. I told her, of course I wanted the truth. Then she said “I think it dragged him to hell.”
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