She DIED And Came Back To Life, What She Said Happened Is Amazing!


An extraordinary experience shared by this teenager will surely inspire you to become a better person.

It all happened when Liliana, a teenager from Arizona took a blunt of Marijuana substance back during her sophomore year in 2018.

The marijuana that she took caused a very rare allergic reaction to her body causing her brain and heart to stop working.

She said on her TikTok video that is now being watched over 5 million times “Okay, so I’ve died before, Let me just tell you what’s true and not true.”

“You lose desires, but you still be thinking a little bit, you leave your body, but it’s not like hovering over everyone and watching the situation. It’s like you become another being. I can’t f**king describe it,” she continued, adding: “The light parts true.”

She said that hearing sense never went away from her then everything was un-explainable.

“I took one hit and then started losing cognitive brain functions, I couldn’t focus or sit upright, and then my friend offers me water, and I said, ‘What’s water?’ and then passed out on the floor,” she added.

Paramedics arrived and tried to revive her. She heard them working hard to bring her back from the dead. But she had no control over her body until she fell into a tunnel that turned into “white light.”

At the end of the tunnel, you “leave your body” and then return “back to the source.” She confirmed that she did not meet God or experience anything remotely like heaven or hell.

“I didn’t meet God, there wasn’t heaven and hell, there was a source,” she wrote, noting that “there’s a lot of spinning and some shapes but it was scary, but in the last stages, you feel nothing, there’s no fear, happiness, or sadness. You become another source of energy, and you’re not having human thoughts. It’s really hard to picture it without experiencing it, but it felt like an eternity.”

“I didn’t ingest anything near enough for me to become high and trip,” she clarified. “I wasn’t breathing. I didn’t have a heartbeat.”

Even though an experience like that, the teenager still believes in God and she does not believe in “manmade versions of God” like in the Christian church, she said.

Source: American Web Media