A WOMAN has revealed the incredible tattoo of her aunt’s jumbled scrawl that appears to read “it’s real” after she died for 27 minutes – and claims to have seen heaven.
Madie Johnson got the tattoo on her wrist as a tribute to aunt Tina Hines following her miraculous revival in February last year.
Madie Johnson got a tattoo on her wrist of her aunt’s scrawl that appears to read ‘it’s real’ after she died for 27 minutes and ‘saw heaven’[/caption]
Tina Hines suffered a heart attack in February 2018 and died for 27 minutes – but when she woke she managed to scrawl ‘it’s real’ after she claims to have seen heaven[/caption]
Tina collapsed as she was heading out with her husband Brian in Phoenix, Arixona, and needed to be resuscitated six times.
The mum-of-four was dead for a total of 27 minutes as medics battled to save her.
But after she was successfully brought back to life for the last time, speechless Tina gestured for a pen and paper.
She managed to draw out a seemingly indecipherable series of lines – but on closer inspection they appear to read: “It’s real.”
Tina was referencing heaven – which she claims to have seen during her brush with death following a heart attack.
When asked by her worried family what she meant, a still mute Tina gestured her head towards the sky.
She later revealed that she also claims to have seen the figure of Jesus standing in front of the pearly gates with a bright light behind him.
Tina told AZfamily.com after her miracle recovery: “It was so real – the colours were so vibrant.”
Her story is too real not to share and has given me a stronger confidence in a faith that so often goes unseen.
Now, Tina’s loving niece Madie has commemorated the apparent spiritual encounter with a tattoo of the supernatural scrawl.
Madie, of California, wrote on Instagram: “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 [Tina Hines]!
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“The way you boldly love Jesus and others has changed the way I hope to live and love.”
Up to one in five patients who suffer a cardiac arrest experience so-called “near death episodes”, studies suggest.
Scientists say a burst of brain activity often follows a sudden heart attack, according to a small 2013 University of Michigan study on rats.
The note written by a speechless Tina after she was resuscitated in Phoenix, Arizona[/caption]
A relative with Tina Hines after her miracle recovery[/caption]
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