Obviously, his experience was incredibly traumatic, and there's no possible way that I could sympathize with that. But apparently, it is his belief that he had died and was spontaneously ressurected. Also, it has apparently given him Robert Frost levels of poetic capacity. xD
Myth-weavers: I am asking you - Really try as hard as you can not to turn this into a science vs. religion debate, please. For the sake of sanity, okay? I don't want another close/lock/infraction on my rapsheet. Okay? Thanks.
What I want is your opinion on whether or not he's crazy and the science surrounding out of body experiences. And what caused him to believe that he'd been ressurected. When people are revived in a hospital, does this sort of thing occur all that often? How many of those people throw it up to god, or meditate this much on it? How many of those people, on the other hand, feel absolutely nothing whatsoever?
But, as an aside, personally, I think this is one of the most powerful reinforcers of people's faith in religion and the afterlife.