posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 03:39 PM
Oh great, as if worrying about burning in hell for eternity wasn't stressful enough.
I heard Whitley Streiber say on the Art Bell show a long time ago, "When you die, don't go into the light. It's a trick! Go into the darkness."
John Lear also mentioned that our souls don't go to heaven after death, but "processed" by ETs and spat back out onto the earth.
Their words will haunt me 'til the my dying day. And a little bit longer after that!
Originally posted by OhZone
William Bramley has this to say in "Gods of Eden":
"The above discussion suggests that many popular ideas about “God” may be inaccurate. For example, some people with “near-death” experiences
report going through a tunnel and meeting a “being of light” which instills in the near-death victim feelings of love and “all-knowing.” I met
a man who belonged to a Hindu sect which attempts to contact and merge with this “being of light” in its meditations. The man wrote a paper
describing his personal experiences. His descriptions of spiritually traveling down a “tunnel” and meeting a “being of light” are very similar
to the statements of near-death victims. While I acknowledge the importance and probable reality of many such experiences, I question some of the
beliefs which have arisen from them.
The feelings of “love” and “all-knowing” conveyed by that “being” can be instilled by drugs, electronic emanations, and by other
artificial means. Interestingly, some UFO abductees have reported such emotions during their alleged examinations aboard UFOs. In some of those UFO
cases, the surrounding evidence strongly suggests that the feelings were caused by an electronic device used as a sedative. Whatever the near-death
“being of light” might be (and I will not even try to guess), it is most assuredly not a Supreme Being. It may even be an object that contributes
to post-death spiritual amnesia.
People should not be counseled to “merge with” or “go to” the “being of light” during meditation or at death. They should stay away
from it if they can. In saying this, I do not mean to deny the otherwise positive and profound feelings experienced by some Hindus and near-death
victims as a result of temporarily re-experiencing their spiritual immortality. What are we then to think of the idea of a Supreme Being sitting in
“judgment” on the beings of Earth? "
Emphasis mine. The above appears about half way down the page.
It is now an E-book at this site.
Gods of Eden