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Kansas Girl Says 'Superman' Hero Lifted Car Off Her

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posted on Dec, 21 2009 @ 01:59 PM

Originally posted by bignick
I'm waiting to hear the classic Christian line of "it is a miracle."

Why do you say that?

It's obvious that Jesus sent that little girl's gaurdian angel to assist the man in lifting the car.


posted on Dec, 21 2009 @ 02:06 PM
So my question is this the road-block in the man's psyche has been overcome once. Will this allow him to perform something like this again more easily than someone who has never done what he has done. Or will he never be able to do this again saying to himself there is no way in hell I can ever do that again. Interesting road to ponder. If you were him would you try and develop or regress.

posted on Dec, 21 2009 @ 03:11 PM
So far, I haven't (to my surprise) seen any references to the story of The Montauk Superman.

The story of Rhino the Superman (Michael Andrew "Andy" Pero) is seemingly out-of-this-world, however I'm now starting to get some pieces together in my mind. What if — what if — we all have special powers that are not active unless we're in great danger, or unless we're properly trained to unleash these powers at will?

I'm totally overwhelmed. There are stories like this from all over the world. Are they all a product of imagination? I think only one thing is for sure. Adrenaline is only one part of the equation here. The other part is probably still unknown to us.

What is this other part? It is obviously "mind over matter", whatever that is, but I'm willing to find out and learn more!

[edit on 21.12.2009 by Doc Lithium]

posted on Dec, 21 2009 @ 04:37 PM
Actually there is no proof on this. A 6 years old girl ? You guys on ATS ... Alway jumping to the "coolest" conclusion without trying to get the facts.

posted on Dec, 21 2009 @ 07:00 PM
Interesting story! Your right on when you mentioned being "limited" by our minds.

We can never do anything that we don't "believe" that we can do. Jesus performed miracles because he never doubted himself.

"Whether you think you can or you can't, either way you are right!" ~ Henry Ford.

Our problem is that our minds are in control of us. Almost every time in an emergency situation our minds STOP. We have no time to think about our problems, of what might go wrong or anything else. There's only 2 outcomes to emergencies. Either we make it or we don't.

S&F :-)

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