If memory serves me correctly, it's been confirmed that "near-death" and "after-life" experiences are influenced by cultural programming. In other words, East Indians might "see" their gods after either experience. The Far-Easterners might "see" their own god(s). The Roman Catholic might "see" Cesare and Lucrezia Borgias. The Muslim might "see" their own god(s).Yeah, "NDE'ers" grasp at anything to confirm their belief.
A doctor can write a book about his belief, and they associate:
"A book written by Dr. Ed Eddy Ed, Phd."
Then think it has the same weight as a published paper or has a similar scientific backing/verification process.
Some books can be jam packed with science, others, not so much.
I'm stating the obvious to you. Others don't get that.
The name of the doctor fails me right now, but there was a doctor that had a so-called "after-life" experience. Upon resuscitation, he recalled that some of the people he "saw" during his experience were in the same room with him.