April 26

April 26, 2011 – Nadia McCaffrey

Nadia McCaffrey with Chris Wallace and on Larry King Live.

Nadia McCaffrey discusses with Chris Wallace how she invited the press to photograph her son Patrick McCaffrey’s casket being unloaded from the plane at Travis Air Force Base. This was the first time during the war that video of our fallen heroes was shot and shown on TV due to the government prohibition of such material.


Nadia appears on Larry King Live in 2010.

Nadia’s first NDE occurred at age seven while spending the summer with her grandparents on their estate in central France . She was bitten by a red asp, a deadly snake. Floating above her body, Nadia suddenly became aware of a feminine presence—a being of light who introduced herself to Nadia as: “Je suis ta petite Maman du ciel,” (I am your little mother of the sky). Nadia recalls: “She was so beautiful. She was everything … you just can’t really … describe the peace, the love, the well being …. She opened her arms … and I just wanted to curl up and touch her. She made me understand that I couldn’t do that, I couldn’t come any closer, that she had things to communicate to me, so I stopped. I stayed there floating in mid-air.” Nadia was told that she was going to be all right, and would recover. She was told she had work to do in the world and, although its nature would unfold only over time, she would eventually come to represent hope for people.

For most NDErs, suicide is not an option. But NDE research shows that this is not necessarily the case for child NDErs who don’t have a clear understanding of the boundaries between life and death. Therefore, it is not surprising that Nadia experienced her second NDE during a suicide attempt at the age of seventeen. During this NDE, Nadia entered the light, but then heard this huge man’s voice say: “You can’t stay, you have to go back, you have a lot of work to do. You haven’t even begun yet.” Although accustomed to arguing her way through most situations, Nadia states unequivocally, “You don’t argue with that voice.”

On December 22, 1999, more than thirty years after her second NDE, Nadia had a third NDE—this time of the “empathic” variety. An empathic NDE is said to occur when the experiencer “feels” another person’s death experience as if it were one’s own experience. By now, Nadia had been working with the dying for many years. Her life was filled with purpose. Yet this NDE would change her life and lead her to her present Veterans’ Village project. During this NDE, Nadia was shown that, if she chose, she would build a self-sustainable center. It would be built according to very specific plans involving sacred geometry and natural resources. The center would serve as a haven providing home-like palliative care, assistance for the dying, healing, and education to show people how to reconnect with the earth and thereby regain lost values. The center would be run by volunteers, and services would be free to all who came there. Nadia was shown that the center would be a model for many more to come, and would benefit thousands in many ways. She has no doubt of the support being provided to get the center up and running. The flashing pictures also showed Nadia that the future of our planet depends on our own actions, individually and collectively. She feels the future scenarios were a warning that there is not much time left in which to choose our future.


GOLDSTAR MOTHER * NADIA McCAFFREY * http://www.goldstarmoms.com/index.htm

www.PatrickMcCaffreyFoundation.org * http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_q7cTlRjGeU, * Nonprofit 501c3. Reach Out to Iraq Veterans dealing with the trauma of War. Workshops. Home/Office: 209-830 9955209-830 9955 Cell: 209-627 7644209-627 7644*

http://patrick-mccaffrey.memory-of.com * Mother of Sergeant Patrick McCaffrey, 34, father of 2 young children, an American Patriot, fallen in an ambush, shot 8  times, near Balad, Iraq, June 22 2004. Patrick is the first combat-death in 58 years history of the California National Guards 579 Engineer Battalion based in Petaluma, CA, Patrick is Casualty number 848  *  http://www.comcast.net/video/casualty-mom-helps-vets/687307514/ * * http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wSYD84y–g * http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/2007-01-20-wartimedeaths_x.htm *  “Let’s be grateful for those who give us happiness; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul bloom.” <> Marcel Proust

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