Elly & Henk

P.I.P.= Project International Papillon

‘Every child has the right to be loved, cared for and protection’

(article 1 The rights of the child United Nations)

This sounds logical doesn’t it? Unfortunately the reality is different…

Children who have had a NDE are as vulnerable as a butterfly:

Many children’s lives are saved nowadays thanks to our advanced technology but what about the ethics? Our society has little understanding of the after-effects of a NDE. We go to great lengths to save lives, but there doesn’t seem to be a right to die. A child with a NDE and an extended consciousness is very aware of this.

Tragically because of this, a child with an NDE often receives the wrong diagnose and wrong treatment. The child therefore suffers as it doesn’t get the love, protection, care and understanding that it so badly needs.

Children and adolescents can also receive the ‘Baby-look’ method without turning their NDE in to an illness with all the tragic consequences.

There are very specific symptoms and characteristics of a child’s NDE .

  1. Because of their extended consciousness they are able to think intuitively and they have an advanced overview of life. They also are often out of sync. with their surroundings.

  2. They have an intense sense of justice and they have the need to ask questions in depth to justify this feeling.

  3. They want to improve the world at a young age.

  4. They are greatly aware of the ‘larger picture’ as their NDE has made them think like a grown-up, but they are still in a child’s body.

  5. They have, like any child, the right to a high quality of life but often due to their NDE they often are misunderstood and isolated. This is especially so when they are unable to integrate their experience into their day-to-day life.

  6. These children often have a sense of having a ‘mission’, here on earth, as otherwise they would have died, they believe.

  7. The fact that they are alive is the most important to them and they see the world differently. Because of this the culture and society that they live in can confuse them. This can also irritate them and their time at school can be very frustrating.

  8. Children who have had an NDE are different. They have another kind of relationship to life as they have experienced what it is like to die. This affects the child the rest of their life and leads them to be more susceptible to stress and because of this they can even become ill.

  9. In their teens, life and work can become less important. They can become depressed and start to show reckless behavior and have problems with alcohol, sex, drugs or medication. They can even become suicidal.