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Originally posted by calihan123
Originally posted by SkepticalSteve
Have any of your experiences made you feel watched over? Kind of protected? I've narrowly escaped death on many occasions.
ok the fact you just said that sent chills up my spine. YES. I have escaped death so many times i started telling me mom i thought i had someone or something looking after me. its abnormal how many times i shouldve been killed and wasnt. whether it was at the last minute changing my mind out of nowhere about getting in a car with my friends , who ended up dying in a car crash (that happened many times), or other incidents.. there were so many times where i had a bad feeling and i didnt go, and something horrible happened everytime i had that feeling. Ive also never really been sick at all. Never a broken bone or sprain. Not even a scratch . Even as a baby my mom fell down the stairs while holding me, and i didnt have one bruise or scratch on me
[edit on 5-11-2008 by calihan123]
Originally posted by lifeform
my point is wether they are real or not, people have these experiences and they are real to them. lets try to understand them and find out what causes them. they can happen to anybody at any moment, even disbelievers as it did that night i mentioned.
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Originally posted by Skyfloating
reply to post by HankMcCoy
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Originally posted by nh_ee
Remember that personal attacks are uncalled for and we must remain on the topic of discussion.
If you chose not to adhere to these basic tenets of respect then please bow out.
And as far as the constant requests for proof...
No one here has to prove anything to you, this IS NOT a court of law.
If you don't believe it, then so be it, then go elsewhere, Plain and Simple.