posted on Jun, 7 2015 @ 04:44 PM
Yes, and my personal experience tells me so. Too many questions, but I will give an basic background of my experience. First, when I was about 4 years
old I was very telepathic and psychic. I would answer questions only my parents were thinking. During this time I distinctly remember being in front
of a group of elders (what I call them now) that was aboard a spaceship of some type. It was always 12 long white hair and beards and white robes
almost like a monk would wear. I remember appearing in front of them at least 50x. I do not remember what they kept telling me, but feel it is still
in my memory somewhere. I know it was very important and would be happening in my lifetime.
I also would tell my parents about buildings and the people inside, how it was set up ect. that I had never been to. They verified it later themselves
and we only discussed it in my adult life as it scared them to some degree. I have since lost those abilities and I believe it occurs as the other 5
senses are overdeveloped from our physical plant noise. OK, why did I explain that, because I have the feeling it was a post insertion counseling of
some type as a result of being put into this body.
I have lived a pretty intense life and I have died before, twice according to medicine. I was not dead however and was encountering the universal
consciousness. You have to understand that it is hard to put into words the experience, but I will do my best. When I died I immediately left my body
and found myself in space literally where I could see the Earth and moon off to my right and the sun off to my left. At this moment I became connected
to what I can only describe as the 'All'. I was connected by energy field to every object in the universe. I could feel moons behind planets when I
looked at them and everything was intertwined in this energy field. I can only give an analogy to this experience. It is like if you were in a pitch
black room with a fish tank in there but the light off also. Then in an instant the light in the tank clicks on and you become aware of everything in
the tank at once. That was what it was like, but with the Universe.
Then, I suddenly began to have indemonstrable amounts of data that was flowing into my consciousness. It was like downloading all the databases in the
world every second or two. I call this the universal consciousness as it was like everything that has been learned by the universe altogether. Some
may call it God, or the Creator's energy. I can only describe what it was like as words can not do it justice. I suppose it could have been my
consciousness from many lifetimes, perhaps over trillions of years. If so, I am disturbed to think of the lifetimes I have lived and the experiences I
must have had. Why would I want to reincarnate as a physical being with the kind of pain and suffering brought about by violence and accidents? I have
always felt like I died in Vietnam, but was born in '65. Did I just reincarnate again on Earth after that happened? I don't think it is possible to
have any proof that would convince any skeptic. However, the trauma surgeons and nurses seemed to have a lot of experience with others going through
similar things and their experiences have been proof enough for them.
The last time I died I was in contact with this universal consciousness and I suddenly thought to myself that my body was back on Earth dying. It sort
of startled me and I was snatched back into this life once more. I have had many experiences and to me there is no if you live on after the physical
body dies. Loss of oxygen and the death process can not explain the experiences I have had. Some are more personal, but the soul or spirit live on.
Remember, you can neither create or destroy energy, only transform it. I feel this spirit/soul in the energy component that is not destroyed by
physical death and lives on. For what reasons and all that entails is your own personal issue. I will not go there on this topic. I know there are a
lot of people that don't believe it and they will find out soon enough for themselves. For those that don't think they live on, I consider they will
be woefully unprepared for their experience.