Tina Hines scribbled an eerie message for her family when she woke up from her unconsious state. The note read: "It's real."
Tina Hines was barely able to speak when asked for a notebook and pen. After waking up from her recent brush with death, she scrawled a rather spine-chilling for her family which read: "It's real." According to a report by the Metro, in February Tina accompanied by her husband Brian was moving out for a hike to a place near her house in Phoenix, Arizona. Otherwise healthy, the mother of four suddenly went into cardiac arrest last February just when the pair was heading out.
Brian reportedly described how he saw his wife turning purple as she started CPR in order to resuscitate her. She kept falling in and out of consciousness and her husband momentarily revived her twice before the emergency paramedic team arrived at the scene. The ambulance ride to the hospital was a very precarious one as she had to be resuscitated another four times before reaching the hospital.
In medical terms, Tina was deemed effectively dead for a whole 27 minutes before she was finally brought back reported AZ Family. She was unconscious was quite sometime after the whole distressing incident and was intubated. However, as soon as she woke up she tried to communicate to her family using a notepad and a pen as she was unable to speak due to the tube that was inserted in her mouth. She scribbled a cryptic note which at first was illegible, but after giving it a closer look one can definitely see what she meant.
Her family did not quite understand what she meant and asked her to explain it further. That's when she gestured towards the sky indicating that she saw heaven. Her story is definitely one of the most remarkable ones and the best part is that she lived to tell the story. Later on, Tina was approached for an interview where she confessed seeing a figure with bright yellow lights glowing from behind him and she believed that it was Jesus. She also noted that this mysterious figure was standing right in front of black gates.
Providing a proper description of what she saw, Tina said, "It was so real, the colors were so vibrant." As per reports, 90 percent of the people who suffer a cardiac arrest outside a hospital surely die but Tina was one of the few lucky ones to have survived. Commemorating Tina's unexpected spiritual encounter with the Almighty, her niece Madie got herself a tattoo of the same scribble that her aunt made on a notebook when she woke up in the hospital. In an Instagram post, revealed how the tattoo of faith was present on her wrist. Accompanying this picture was a little story that she shared.
She wrote: (sharing because this story is too cool not to share) A little over a year ago my Aunt Tina, one of the most amazing, discerning, and healthy people I know had an unexpected cardiac arrest and according to doctors had died and was brought back to life four times by my Uncle Brian and first responders before arriving to the hospital. She was put on a defibrillator and after miraculously waking up the first thing she did, unable to speak because she was intubated, was ask for a pen and in my cousins journal wrote “it’s real”. The people in the room asked “what’s real?” and she responded by pointing up to heaven with tears in her eyes.
The post continued, Her story is too real not to share and has given me a stronger confidence in a faith that so often goes unseen. It has given me a tangibleness to an eternal hope that is not too far away. I love you @_tinahines! The way you boldly love Jesus and others has changed the way I hope to live and love❤️ Soon the post went viral and it garnered a lot of attention from social. One of the Instagram users @danimadeleineoliver wrote: GOD IS TOO GOOD. Love this sweet girl! Another @tamarajeanjohnson wrote: May we all live out the legacy of faith Tina Marie has shown us 💚 In addition to the two, sandymanuh expressed: HE prepared a place for us just like he said! Who is like unto thee o Lord #! ❤️❤️❤️
But there were some who gave a rather scientific explanation regarding the whole thing. @beanzo_steezin explained Clinical death isn’t biological death. Hate to burst the bubble... your brain is still working so it’s no different than dreaming. When your heart shuts down your central nervous system works and that shock can send a wave of euphoria to ease your body. Thoughts and memories can and will def occur. Active brain. Clinical death is a term they are trying to rid from use for many reasons. Cool concept tho, definitely.
Nope. If she's alive she wasn't dead.— Patrick Beames 🏴 (@pajb49) June 25, 2019