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Originally posted by northof8
I always wondered if the past, present and future are fixed where life is concerned. What I mean is when we die can we live in any time frame? What if we are allowed to choose or are forced to live in a certain time period.
So I am 40, let's say I die in 30 years which will make it about 2040. But, if there is life after death and we live again, what is to say we follow future time lines when we come back. Maybe I come back in the 1930's or middle ages for all we know.
I mean we may very well come back in a future time line but an interesting thought is that we would live in a past time line.
This would mean we would live someone elses experience in the past time line. Or live in a way that would not alter the future. Or we alter the future in a way that TPTB in the after life want us to alter it.
Originally posted by okamitengu
twins are composed of different MATTER> they may be identical but thier atoms arent.
the same matter cant occupy the same space at the same time.
parallel space maybe?
Originally posted by mynameisjuan
there was a thread concerning special ops whereby trained infiltrators were conditioned and chemically adjusted before death so that their core essence (soul) knew to be born in such n such area. The story I'm referring to is one where the operative got a call some time after ending the procedure, from a man in russia. "My new name is xx, xx, and I am so-and-so reporting..."
Sounds fabulous, but the only ways to prove it are to take the leap of faith.
ie: outside of this world, there is not time. So, when you die, you get to choose where and when you want to be born. But of course, many stories, colorful or plain, speak about some sort of mind wipe system in place to deter us from remembering other lives lived on planes with time.
But then again, the world is flat and you'd better not go over there because you'll fall off. duh.