This is a true story of a man who suffered full cardiopulmonary arrest and brain death, but came back to life again 30 minutes after being confirmed dead.
His name is Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (1954 -), a Japanese comet hunter who had an amazing near-death experience.
Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (1954 -), a Japanese comet hunter and a writer. Kiuchi discovered Comet Cernis-Kiuchi-Nakamura (1990b) and Comet Tsuchiya-Kiuchi (1990i) and rediscovered Comet Metcalf-Brewington (1906VI=97P/1906 V2) and Comet Swift-Tuttle (109P/Swift-Tuttle). Kiuchi is also well-known for his near-death experience.
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Man Traveled to the Future during Near-Death Experience
As described in the previous post, Kiuchi traveled back in time to the past more than 100 years ago during the near-death experience.
After he returned to the hospital room from the past, Kiuchi thought of traveling to the future.
Now that I have teleporting ability to travel freely beyond time and space, I may travel to the future.
Then, he tried to imagine the future.
Unlike past or present events, it is difficult to imagine uncertain future events which are yet to happen.
Nevertheless, Kiuchi attempted to imagine his future vividly as possible as he could.
Then, suddenly, he teleported to the future.
He found himself in a spacious room, the floor of which was covered with straw mats.
In the room, about 30 people were seated at a horseshoe-shaped table.
They were all listening intently to a speaker wearing a gray shirt.
The room had a handsome alcove where a bright red hanging scroll with geometric designs was displayed.
It appeared that the hanging scroll was a museum-quality retro one.
Kiuchi was below the ceiling of the room and he looked down the whole room at an angle of about 45 degrees.
Who is speaking?
He moved toward to the speaker to have a close look at him.
When he looked into the speaker’s face, Kiuchi was amazed.
The speaker was his future self in his middle age.
In the speech, his future self was talking about stars.
Kiuchi don’t remember the details of the speech, but from the way the speaker talked, it seemed that it was a very important meeting.
If this is my future, I must come back to life again.
Kiuchi was happy to see his future self in his middle age.
The Future Came True
Amazingly, this future has already become reality.
18 years after he had the near-death experience at 22, 40-year-old Kiuchi was invited to speak at the World Future Generation Forum which was held in Mt. Koya.
The venue for the forum was Shojo-Shinin which was a Buddhist temple and a dorter.
Curiously, when he entered the temple, Kiuchi had an experience of déjà vu.
He visited Mt. Koya for the first time, but he began to feel nostalgic for some reason.
Maybe I will speech in the spacious straw matted room with a horseshoe-shaped table.
Kiuchi was excited with the anticipation of realizing the vision which he saw 18 years ago during the near-death experience.
However, the room that he entered was different from what he saw during the near-death experience.
It was different from the room he visited during the near-death experience in the layout and the picture of a hanging scroll on a wall of an alcove was also different.
Was that just my imagination?
Kiuchi was really disappointed to learn that the vision which he saw 18 years ago was all in his mind.
After that, in the evening, the sliding door of the room was opened.
The door leads into the room assigned for the speech venue.
Kiuchi was startled to see the room through the door.
Oh, my goodness!
It was exactly the same room as he visited during the near-death experience!
He never thought that there would be another room through the sliding door.
It was spacious room covered with straw mats.
Also, there was a horseshoe-shaped table in the room.
Amazingly, it was exactly the same that the room had a handsome alcove where a bright red hanging scroll with geometric designs was displayed.
It gave him goose bumps.
Kiuchi was amazed at the coincidence.
Then, he tried to search among his recollections to find out the other common features as the vision he saw.
Now I remember.
At that time, the speaker wore a gray shirt!
Then, he looked down at his polo shirt.
It was green, not gray.
There is no way everything could be exactly the same.
Feeling a little disappointed, Kiuchi stood on a platform for the speech.
Then, he stared his upper body in amazement.
Exposed to an overhead fluorescent light, his green polo shirt turned gray!
Everything was exactly the same!
The future I saw during the near-death experience came true in all respects!
In this way, the future which he saw during the near-death experience came true with complete correspondence.
It was verified that Kiuchi traveled to the future during the near-death experience.
Shocking Images of Future
By the way, Kiuchi also traveled to a more distant future during the near-death experience.
This future was really strange.
Like a doubly exposed film, he saw a vision of two different future images overlapped.
A Peaceful Image of the Future
In one of the images, his future self in his old age saw stars through a telescope with children.
In this future, old Kiuchi enjoyed talking with the children about stars.
It was a really peaceful future.
A Devastating Image of the Future
On the other hand, in the other image, Kiuchi saw a devastating future.
In this future, his future self in his old age trudged in a daze through a ruined city.
Kiuchi did not know what happened to his future self in this future.
He saw littered dead bodies burned beyond recognition and wounded people lying down on the street.
His old future self walked on helplessly among the dead and wounded people.
Kiuchi had a sense of foreboding from the horrible sight.
Which image of the future will be realized?
A future of peace that his future himself in his old age enjoy talking with the children about stars will be realized?
Or an ominous future that his future self in his old age trudge in a daze through a ruined city will be realized?
A interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
Probably, this future may have yet to be decided.
According to many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, the “best” and the “worst” futures are in different branches of the universe.
The quantum-mechanical "Schrödinger's cat" theorem according to the many-worlds interpretation. In this interpretation, every event is a branch point; the cat is both alive and dead, but the "alive" and "dead" cats are in different branches of the universe.
According to Kiuchi, we have two choices about our future, because he saw the two kinds of images during the near-death experience.
He saw two kinds of futures during the near-death experience, that is, a “peaceful” future and a “devastating” future.
Perhaps, the future may be in our hands, the outcome may be up to us.
Kiuchi says that it may be his mission to warn us not to make a mistake in the future.
That may be why he miraculously came to life from the near-death condition.
Kiuchi insists that if we act for the global environment protection, the peaceful future may be realized.
On the other hand, if we act in insatiable manner from selfish motives, the devastating future may be realized.
The future is up to us.
Our own way of doing things greatly changes the future.
This is the message from Kiuchi.
We should listen to him carefully, because the future he saw during the near-death experience came true before.
January 6, 2019
- Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (November 1995). “The memory of the space.”
- Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (April 2003). "The starry heavens teach our way of living."
- Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (May 23, 2014). "My near-death experience teach the structure of the universe."
- Tsuruhiko Kiuchi In Wikipedia.