IANDS meeting for Friday, November 23rd

We are pleased to announce our speaker for our November 23rd IANDS meeting will be Ted Whiting.  In 1981 Ted Whiting had exploratory surgery on his back due to complications from a motorcycle accident.  Originally scheduled for two hours, it took five hours and Ted died on the operating table.

After passing he met his father who he had only seen a few times in his life.  His father told him he shouldn’t be there. Ted’s father explained his future and pushed him back towards this life with Ted ending back up in his body, in great pain.

Eight years later, in 1989 Ted was on top of a truck fixing an air-horn.  He slipped and fell onto the concrete floor which knocked him out and seriously damaged Ted’s sinuses. After that his sinuses would not drain properly causing Ted to develop a serious sinus infection. As Ted was wheeled in on a stretcher to St Marks the pain was so severe that Ted finally gave up and died.  On the other side, Ted saw his aunt who told him, “You’re not supposed to be here. You have to go back. You have things to do you haven’t done yet.” Like with his father, Ted’s aunt pushed him back and Ted woke up in his body.

Ted will share insights from his two NDEs gained before his relatives sent him back to our world.

The November 23rd IANDS meeting will begin at 7PM in the Salt Lake County Commission hearing room in the north building of the County Government Center located at 2001 South State, SLC.   We meet the fourth Friday of each month except December.  Bring a friend as meetings are free of charge.

About IANDS Utah

The International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) is devoted exclusively to providing information about near-death and related experiences to experiencers, researchers, educators, health care providers, and the interested public. IANDS Utah has a three-fold purpose: (1) To facilitate and foster greater acceptance and understanding of near-death experiences; (2) To advance, encourage and promote research and study of near-death experiences; (3) To provide information, guidance, comfort, care and other assistance to those concerned with terminal illness, death, disability, disease and related issues.
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