posted on Nov, 2 2014 @ 03:32 PM
Happy Birthday! Over the Hill...Old man! lol!
a reply to: Krakatoa
You just have to go with the flow! I too had to change careers, had a daughter die at 15, died twice myself, 23 major surgeries, and on and
I am right behind you brother! However, I may be going first into the ether, or wherever. I don't have much longevity according to the statistics and
friends already gone. I will say this though: One of my daughters died in 2005 and the family has had what I consider contact. I havd a younger
daughter that was seriously devastated by the loss of her sister. She had a friend spend the night and this girl woke up in a fright. She said her
sister was sitting on the bed and told her, "I can't wake my sister up." High Strangeness occurs at times. I had her come in a lucid dream state and
we had a discussion. It was a little traumatic for me. I also died twice before but was brought back by medical professionals. I once had a body bag
called for me. On another occasion I was written up as a fatality. Both times were amazing in my experience and I fear death no more. In fact, I would
be more than happy to save someone's life by sacrificing mine. I even offered to perform dangerous missions in law enforcement or other government
activities so someone good doesn't have to risk their life. Unfortunately, if you do that, you might as well figure you are causing them more concern
about your mind-state than anything. To me, it is pure logic. I am going to die anyway. I have been shot and broken every bone down my right side,
multiple spinal fractures and scapula was shattered.
I wrote about it in other threads, so I won't reproduce it here. However, some kind of control system is in place. I became "part of the All" is all I
can really say in words. I was connected to everything in the universe through some kind of field. Then the super-massive download of information
started like the knowledge of the universe was being downloaded into my mind. The weird thing is I felt just like myself, but without any pain or
anything. I underwent a brain scan and they told my family I had none. They were shocked when I came back fighting off the surgical table. The thing
that ended the experience was I suddenly panicked. I realized my body was back on Earth dying. I was snatched back into my body almost immediately
after I panicked.
So, I know it isn't a lot of comfort to someone without any experience. There was no pain, it was absolute comfort. And for the skeptics, I didn't get
pictures. Damn! No camera. Science is understanding that now. It is pretty common knowledge amongst the trauma surgeons, but most don't talk about
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