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Aliens, Ouija Boards, Ghosts, Demons DO NOT EXIST.

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posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 11:01 AM

Originally posted by projectvxn
You are responsible for getting your own answers. If you can't see anything spiritual in a universe saturated in such creative forces because of a few misguided experiments, then it seems you may want to lay aside some time because you have a lot more to learn.

Have you ever seen a Ghost, Demon, Alien?

Please share.

I have about 3years left to live due to an illness.

Hoping to find answers that I've searched a lifetime for within the next few years. If that is even possible.

But if not, we all die nothing can stop that reality, it would be nice to know before departure.

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 11:05 AM
reply to post by wonderworld

I have a close family member who worked at area 51. He has seen them, says they are bad, etc. I don’t believe in them. I call them Demon’s performing false miracles, as predicted in the Bible.

Did your close family member say that aliens are demons?
Did he see them for himself or just hear about them from other workers?

The alien demon thing has always made me wonder.

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 11:20 AM
reply to post by ShowMeEvil

You better get on the ball and keep trying. We only know all the answers after we die. It may be too late then.

The word religion is to complex. I took a lot of philosophy in college. Philosophy of Religion was one of them.

Dont look to different religions look only for a one on one with God. Start by chatting with him. The only key to having faith is believing.

When you finally believe it will open your eyes. Then you go on your quest for other answers.

It's quite simple and not difficult as you might think. God loves you now, even though you say he isnt real. You cant see these mysteries. The bible is the only place I have read "blessed are those who have not seen yet believe"

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 11:26 AM
so you had many experiences, you may not know where they come from, but deep down you know there is more, whatever it may be.

I can't tell you there is a god and that aliens exist, I never saw a demon or angel with my eyes... I did however sense things that didn't feel like the next human beside me.

But I do understand your questions and your drive to know. The search for "the ultimate truth about existence" is what drives me... to be honest I will cheer when it's my time to die because then I will know... or not. The only thing that keeps me here is my familly and the people I care for, if it wasn't for them, I would have gone exploring the other side a long time ago.
I believe that this life and this universe are merely an illusion, like a hollogram or something. If aliens, demons, etc exist then they are alos part of that...Who knows, what we call afterlife may very well be part of the same illusion. The thing is, there is no living soul alive that can tell you, us, the truth about the absolute, or the lack of it...

Hope you'll find your answers some day

[edit on 6-4-2009 by GypsK]

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 11:27 AM
reply to post by ShowMeEvil

Yes, He worked at area 51 for years. Yes he has seen them. He is not allowed to discuss it. He has told me a couple things though.

I told him once I didnt believe in Aliens and if they were true I would sure like to know what they have to say.

He simply said "You dont want to know"

On another occasion when talking about them. He said "I see your point, especially since they ARE evil"

He told another family member something but I'm thinking it was a bad joke. He said "Has it ever dawned on you that they only come down to feed"

So we still argue. He is still an athiest and still calls them Aliens. I am Christian and still call them Demons.

That is all I am allowed to say.

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 11:37 AM
reply to post by ShowMeEvil

Can't help you with that. And you're severely wasting your time if this is the way you're spending your finals days on Earth.

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 11:55 AM
My personal opinion is that as long as someone passionately believes in them then they do exist even if it's only to the person that believes.

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 12:12 PM
First of all, there are tons of videos of UFOs, ghosts, and others.

through meditation i have talked to an entity i don't know what. there is no physical proof due to the fact that they are an energy and don't consist of physical matter.

UFOs well they're to smart for us so people just need to get use to the fact that they're here and there is nothing you can do about it.

I had a friend who got shot in the head a few months ago and the night of his death I had a dream and I was talking to him then the next day I got the news of his death after I had a dream talking to him.

I believe that you just don't believe so you won't get anything

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 01:12 PM
reply to post by ShowMeEvil

Hi, ShowMeEvil & all.

As some said, up there, it's possibly because you don't REALLY believe.

Have you heard that affirmation?: "YOU create your own reality" !

Have you seen?: "What the BLEEP?! down the rabbit hole"
That film saves lives ! !

And, to know where we come from, and where we are going,
click on the items in my signature and/or profile. . . B-)

Blue skies.

posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 02:43 PM
reply to post by ShowMeEvil

Would you believe me if I told you? No, I don't think so.
The experience I had has some pretty severe issues attached to it
that have to be held onto until more evidence can be gathered.

posted on Apr, 9 2009 @ 10:55 PM
So how come on the other thread "What what you do with proof of aliens", you make it so clear that you have a 100% real video confirming alien and ufo existence?
And since that thread was closed anyway, where are you going to post this "video" of yours now?

posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 02:48 AM

Originally posted by ShowMeEvil
NOTHING has EVER worked.

You name it, I have tried it.
I don't believe there is such a way to come in contact with any of them because they DO NOT EXIST.

I know for a fact some of the methods you mentioned do work.
Since it has not worked for you it's a bit premature to come to such a grand conclusion.

Hey...maybe it's you.
Perhaps they have no interest.

In some ways you are lucky and unlucky at the same time.

- Lee

posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 03:20 AM
More than likely do.

Extraterrestrials DO NOT EXIST.
Uhh, same as aliens I'm sure.

Hmm maybe yes maybe no. If they do exist, it may not be in the way people had originally interpreted them. Instead, if a ghost or apparition is visually visible (if eye witness accounts have any credibility), it could be many things. It could be a trick of light, it might have something to do with dimensions, it maybe something to do with dimensional imprints, you just won't know even if you saw a ghost. Just because it resembles a human being, or even gives the impression of a wondering soul doesn't mean it is. That is of course, assuming any ghost accounts can be taken seriously like i said before

Probably not. Evidence would suggest they don't and the evidence being that there is no evidence at all.

Nobody alive on earth would know.

Same as before. A pity though because I think some people would do well down there, who am I to say that though

No, probably not. If he does, he has a lot of explaining to do.
Instead of leaving a book full of rules and guidelines, he should have just left a sentence. "You are my children, and I created you" Full stop. Would've been much more mysterious I'm sure. The arguments continue, and my view stays the same on his nonexistence
Not sure if that's good or bad for us in the end. I'm sure most of us want an afterlife.

Probably not. If he does exist we would have to wonder why. Whatever he had against god we'd have to wonder about that too. Did god create him? Why did satan come to disagree with god? Probably best not to answer that. Nobody on earth can remember the life before, if there was one.

posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 05:25 AM

Originally posted by Merriman Weir
I know a man, in his late 30s, who has never been in love. He doubts 'romantic love' actually exists and thinks it's some kind of mass delusion where people are too embarrassed to admit they've never felt love for anyone else and delude themselves into thinking they do.

Excellent analogy!

Another analogy is the couple desiring to conceive and, finding they are unable, go to extraordinary measures to conceive and, failing that, give up and prepare to adopt. I have heard so many stories of people conceiving once they give up and accept the fact they can't.

That's my suggestion. Give it up, accept the fact that either nothing is there or, if it is there, you will never know and forget about it. Perhaps something amazing will happen once you stop trying so hard.

Whatever occurs, I wish you a peaceful journey.

[edit on 10-4-2009 by argilla11]

posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 05:35 AM
I find the logic of the OP to be lacking.

As if to say if you call my house and I don't answer or call back, then I must not exist. As if to say anything which isn't included in my current perspective is by default false.

While containing such a small and tiny perspective of even the visible universe in this really small range in time of the universe, that anything that doesn't come across that tiny perspective is by default false.

Can we at least come to the honest perspective? To where you say

"I" have never experienced or seen a ghost.

"I" have never seen an alien.

"I" have never seen or known god.

posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 06:07 AM
Maybe it's not working for you because you're so close minded??

Power of thought.

posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 06:09 AM
Congrats to the OP. You've proven that these kind of things either don't work or don't exist. You've tested the hypotheses and found them wanting. Well done!

posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 02:46 PM
reply to post by ShowMeEvil

If I didn't read this thread, it wouldn't exist!.... and I would have missed out on a quality giggle fit!
~In any case I hope you do eventually have some type of personal experience that can give you something to believe in. (oh did have an experience....still waiting patiently for the video to be posted....AHEM!)
The world we live in today conditions us not to believe in the unknown or the vast possibilities of the universe. In fact, most individuals wouldn't recognize a miracle or a paranormal event if it bit them in the @ss. I have had some wild experiences but I always seem to question myself after the fact... and then as time passes it seems less real and less significant. I have alot of theories on that but I will save it for another time. Personally, I KNOW there is much, much more going on than meets the eye. My own experiences have dealth with the afterlife, reincarnation, extra-sensory gifts and other things of that nature. To my dismay, although I believe in alien life and other possibilities, I haven't been blessed enough to get a glimpse of least not yet.
My best advice would be simply to keep an open mind and realize that our humanity may just not be ready to absorb all that does exist. Don't try so hard to "see" and perhaps at some point it will just come naturally to you.

posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 07:47 PM

I don't really think personally that Ouija boards are other spirits controlling the board. I also am skeptical about demons since they conflict with my religious viewpoint which is that religion is, well, to put it nicely fantasy.

You know what would be really cool though?

Is if someone had video evidence for proof of aliens.
Now that would be something else.......

posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 08:26 PM
Strange how when men are dying they never call on ‘Buddha’ or any other of numerous proclaimed deities, they cried for Jesus. Numerous men I knew to be atheist, agnostics, Buddhist, Muslims or otherwise, that in the past had been so vocal in their beliefs, all became instant Christians when faced with death; in between calling for their mothers or wives. Death seems to focus ones attention on the evils of a past self-centered life.

It was watching atheist die, or come close, that made me question my own atheism; the horrible terrified deaths of the hopeless. Indeed, when I mentioned this phenomenon to another squad leader, he gave me a copy of Foxe’s Book of Martyrs in which (a later revised addition) was contained the account of Voltaire’s (famous atheist) death, it recounted the same “do not let me die” and “I’m burning” terror I had noticed.

Equally as interesting is that when many of these men did indeed survive, their lives were totally different; not the same arrogance or certainty of past beliefs. Many of the survivors went on to become devout Christians. It was apparent, to me at least, that they had met a power that was enough to totally change their lives.

[edit on 4/10/2009 by SGTChas]

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