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People who know they will soon die

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posted on Oct, 11 2018 @ 08:59 AM
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I've been a nurse for 26 years and have come into contact with hundreds of clients in that time, as you can appreciate. Only about 5 of these knew they were going to die shortly before they did so. So this is a rare phenomenon, but a real one.

Several things seem to be common in such cases:

1 No reason, logical, medical, or otherwise, to expect imminent death.
2 Death occurs within days, sometimes weeks, exceptionally, a couple of years.
3 Usually involve a premonitory dream, or dreams.
4 Accompanied by a great deal of quite understandable anxiety.

Here are a few examples of high profile people who were aware of their imminent deaths.

Eddie Cochran, American rock n roll star of the 1950s. Famous for hits like, 'Come on, Everybody', 'Twenty Flight Rock', 'Summertime Blues'.
Toured Britain in 1960. At the end of the tour, he took a taxi to Heathrow Airport to fly back home, but he didn't make it. The taxi crashed, killing him; the three other people in the car survived. Eddie was just 21.
His girlfriend, Sharon Sheeley, said that he had had a recent dream that he was about to die which terrified him.

Buddy Holly, another famous '50s rock n roll star ('That'll Be The Day', 'Peggy Sue') died in a plane crash in 1959 while on tour in the US, aged 22.
His wife, Maria Elena Santiago, said that both she and Buddy had been plagued by premonitory dreams about a plane crash in the weeks leading up to it.

Hollywood movie star, Sharon Tate, had a terrifying vision of herself bound and brutally done to death one night when she couldn't sleep. She was so disturbed by it that she told several of her friends, who dismissed it as a bad dream. A few short years later, in 1969, the dream came true, exactly as she had described. One of the unfortunate victims of Charles Manson's 'Family'.

Richard Beckinsale, British comedy actor and father of Hollywood actress, Kate Beckinsale, died in his sleep of a heart attack aged just 31, in 1979.
Richard had been plagued by dreams of dying of a heart attack; he would often wake up in the night in a fearful state and tell his wife that he was "frightened of being taken by surprise". A year or so after his death, Richard's wife (actress Judy Loe), published a book of his poems, several of which seemed to hint that his earthly sojourn might be a short one.

Probably more examples out there which I could have referenced, had I the inclination or the energy.

What's going on here? Is there a normal, mundane explanation for this, or are we forced to resort to the paranormal?

ETA I'm happy to post references, videos to support these examples if needs be.




posted on Oct, 11 2018 @ 10:01 AM
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With entanglement the effect can be known before the cause. Every planck pixel (3D+T) can be entangled with other planck pixels.
www.wired.com...

But I would not advice people to increase their PSI level to far on earth since you do not want to hear or see the insane parasitic crap that humanity have created in this part of reality. But on the other side you cannot access the divine channels if you do not turn on the PSI.

Going from less than 0.001% synchronicity to 1% synchronicity is a very big change.
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posted on Oct, 11 2018 @ 10:15 AM
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a reply to: CJCrawley
Law of Attraction.

A dream is a dream. So if the person takes the dream seriously, then their life will bend its way to the final event that the dream showed them.

Also, if a person has faith in Jesus Christ, then what is stopping God from giving the person a 'heads-up' of the future as He is always 'outside the box (Universe)' ?

Many people had a bad feeling a couple of hours before the WTC collapsed on Sept 11 2001.



posted on Oct, 11 2018 @ 10:56 AM
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I had a very dear friend.
I made a comment one night over drinks that we were going to be funny old farts.
She told very matter of fact "I'm not going to live to be old."
She died in her sleep of heart failure about a week later.



posted on Oct, 11 2018 @ 04:06 PM
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My Father always said he would die like his parents. His father died at 46 of cancer a year later his mother died of cancer at 43. he was only 16,17 at the time. My father died at age 46 of cancer. not sure if he just knew or if he manifested it into existence.



posted on Oct, 11 2018 @ 04:21 PM
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I don't know. At some point, most people have some kind of dream or "vision" that they're going to die. And sure enough, everybody dies. Seems like calling it in advance would be statistically bound to happen. It would be hard to guess about accidental deaths, but some people with health issues might feel "out of sorts" and not bother to go into the details and tell other people. They may even joke about it.

I don't know of any good double-blind scientific way to test this.
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posted on Oct, 11 2018 @ 06:38 PM
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a reply to: LittleByLittle

Do tell more.



posted on Oct, 11 2018 @ 06:46 PM
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a reply to: rumor21

I hardly dare ask but...how old are you?

Having two close relatives die at an early age from cancer suggests a familial predisposition. I would get myself checked out by a specialist quick smart.


a reply to: Blue Shift

This subject is about people knowing about their imminent death. Usually occurs within days or weeks of a premonitory dream.


It would be hard to guess about accidental deaths

Well, quite. If it's an unforeseen, random event, like an accident or murder, that does sound like genuine premonition. I suppose your regular closed-minded skeptic would just pass it off as coincidence. But yes I agree, if it's a health issue like cancer, that could be explained as your body 'telling' you you are going to die.



posted on Oct, 11 2018 @ 07:28 PM
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They case examples described appear more as early warnings than premonitions of death.
All of them if they heeded the warning could of taken steps to reduce the risk of becoming
victums. The guy who died of heart attack at 31 sounds as if he had an underlying undiagnosed fault in his heart.
He should of checked himself into a medical centre for full check up.



posted on Oct, 11 2018 @ 10:10 PM
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I woke up in my bed @ 6 years ago and saw a dark entity wearing a top hat & trench coat. This entity warned me I was going to die soon. It then started choking me and I woke up. It was the most realistic and terrifying dream I've had. 1 week later I had an aortic aneurism while working on my boat. I made the choice of driving myself to the hospital instead of staying home and taking a nap.

This experience has strengthened my belief in God. I figure if these entities exist then God must also exist. I also believe in the Mandela effect & believe death & deja vu are related to it. I think maybe when we die, we might just wake up and continue our lives in a parallel dimension without realizing it.
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posted on Oct, 11 2018 @ 10:43 PM
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a reply to: rumor21

I don't think it's due to manifesting for some anyway, at least I hope not. Possibly just known generational wise such as through epigenetics, if you even don't know your parents-- adopted, and can range from accidents to homicide cases. That with not discounting paranormal phenomena.
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posted on Oct, 12 2018 @ 12:44 AM
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Many know my situation.

I'm on the heart transplant list, but i already know in my mind i wont make it, and its imminent. I have made peace with it. Its just a feeling off...knowing your time has come, technically i have survived death twice, and my body is tired, tired and broke.

I dont really see dreams as predictions.... listen to your body



posted on Oct, 12 2018 @ 12:57 AM
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a reply to: CJCrawley

I once had a dream where I was shot and dropped to the ground where i died. I remember dying, slowly. Yet I'm still here and have not gotten close to dying.

I believe people can have visions, while being near death, of dying but those visions mean nothing because we could never really understand death itself until we experience it for ourselves



posted on Oct, 12 2018 @ 02:45 AM
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i don't know about having dreams of death. but it was obvious that my grandfather KNEW he was going to die. he had spent a couple of weeks getting his and my grandmother's house all nice and ship shape. although that was pretty normal, afterwards my grandmother had said he was more driven to do so. and doing stuff that normally he would have done at other times in the year. now that might not seem to be proof that he knew he was going to die, since he did normally try to take care of the house. but there are two things that he did on the day he died that makes for good proof he knew full well he would die that day. first off he mowed the lawn, even though it looked like it would rain. something he normally would not have done, instead waiting for the next clear day. but even more telling and far stranger is he had gone out early that morning (which was when he would normally shop), and bought a couple gallons of milk and put it into the downstairs fridge. something he only did when the family was expected to come, since we all lived far away. the closest a couple hours, on the other side of the country, and even in a different country. so that when we would come, we would be at their house at least for a weekend. and the milk they bought for us, was not the same type of milk they themselves drank, nor would they have drunk that amount themselves. and the only time they would have it was when we were going to be there. yet none of us were expected anytime soon, in fact not for a couple of months. yet when we got the call that he died, and we made our way to their house, we found that milk in the fridge awaiting us. there were other things he had bought as well. but those could easily have been explained away as things they might use themselves. but not that type of milk. having that milk, and having it in the downstairs fridge showed he KNEW we would all be coming. and the only reason we did come, was the fact that he had died. it really freaked my sister out since she had been able to leave with her family immediately to go, she was the first there and found it.



posted on Oct, 12 2018 @ 11:42 AM
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a reply to: generik

Thanks for your interesting anecdote. There's a ton of stories like this concerning the elderly. People often dismiss it due to the popular belief that old people somehow just 'know' when their numbers are up. Obviously, being of advanced age, death is not unexpected, but that doesn't necessarily confer an ability to divine the precise moment of one's passing.

I'm sure your granddad knew his time had come and it's common in such cases for the individual to want to get their affairs in order.



posted on Oct, 12 2018 @ 12:53 PM
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originally posted by: CJCrawley
I suppose your regular closed-minded skeptic would just pass it off as coincidence.

It's not that it couldn't happen, but I'm just thinking that statistically there will always be stuff like that happen, even if it involves random, ordinary types of death like car crashes. Because people do these kinds of fairly dangerous things every day. Most of the time they don't get killed. Now, if somebody predicted they were going to get struck and killed by a meteorite and it happened the next day, that would definitely be noteworthy.



posted on Oct, 19 2018 @ 02:34 AM
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originally posted by: Blue Shift
I don't know of any good double-blind scientific way to test this.


Then it must not be real...

...if it cannot be totally dissected and fully comprehended by the mind of a glorified hairless chimpanzee.

Well here is something that CAN be tested by science. The people who doubt these things tend to be the ones without extensive experience working around dying people. The ones who share these stories tend to be people with extensive experience working around dying people.

Maybe there is a brand of disinfectant or floor cleaner, or deoderizer commonly used in nursing homes and hospitals that is making people hallicinate? Or maybe the type of person who dedicates their life to being there for people during the most fearful and vulnerable stage of their lives is the type of person who is not trustworthy or just isnt very smart. I mean come on, right? If they were smart theyd have people taking care of them not the other way around.


But seriously though...


I don't know of any good double-blind scientific way to test this.

I'm gonna say that next time my wife or child tells me they love me. As soon as I get married and have kids.



posted on Oct, 19 2018 @ 02:44 AM
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There have been plenty of science papers on this, it's called the nocebo effect, and the moral, guard your thinking archons are everywhere shh..



posted on Oct, 19 2018 @ 02:47 AM
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www.psychologytoday.com...


This should make you think differently.



posted on Oct, 19 2018 @ 04:25 AM
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My Grandfather and Grandmother were not long off from celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary and this was being discussed and my Grandfather said he would not be around for it........he told us and everyone that he was going to die soon. The whole family told him not to be stupid but he insisted......so much so that my Mother made an appointment for him to go to the doctors....my Mother went with him. The doctors found nothing wrong and it put the families mind at rest.
However.....my Grandmother woke up only a few weeks later to find him dead in bed.
This was many many years ago.........I spoke to my Father about it quite recently and he told me that my Grandfather had even shook his hand within those few weeks as he was leaving the house one evening and had said - well it was nice knowing you and look after the family.
The sad part is - no one believed him - and he did not make it to the wedding anniversary - he had been correct.
I have no idea if he was anxious or scared.




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