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Dead Celebrities That Are Now Alive

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posted on May, 12 2011 @ 04:58 AM
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accidental double post.
edit on 12-5-2011 by Isildur1 because: post showed twice




posted on May, 12 2011 @ 07:47 AM
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Originally posted by St Udio
time loops are the explaination

do explain how Sammy Davis Junior is now playing the role of President, the give away is that Øbama still has the cigarette habit which Sammy Davis exhibited... the looks & body mannerisms are obvious....
we have the same soul thats been repackaged
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Oh man, and I thought this thread was semi-serious :shk:


Oh well...



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 09:02 AM
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I've probably posted this before but I distinctly remember Gary Coleman dying a few years back. The news here in the UK mentioned it and ran a clip from Different Strokes as a tribute.

Jane Russell died a few weeks ago. Surprised me because I thought she died when she was 72.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 11:25 PM
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I am about 98% positive that Mickey Rooney had died. Bizarre..



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 01:19 AM
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I am shocked that people say "I thought a celebrity was dead, but just found out that they aren't. THE MOST LOGICAL explanation is that I traveled through time".

No, the most logical explanation is that you were simply wrong.

So many people are saying that they KNOW that Billy Graham died years ago, yet he is still alive now, so it must have been a mass time slip.

No, other famous preachers, such as Oral Roberts, HAVE died, and are going to stay dead, and Billy Graham has had health issues which forced him to give up his full time ministry. You didn't exhibit time traveling super powers, you just got the facts screwed up in your head.



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 01:30 AM
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You're free to believe that, if that's what you choose to believe. It seems there are quite a few people here though who have reason to believe otherwise. Sometimes you just have to experience it to understand it. Until then though, please do allow others to trust their own memories and experiences. You are granted that same respect in return.



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 01:41 AM
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When my memories hinge upon me having super powers that have in no way been shown to ever exist in any human, ever...then by all means...don't respect my stance on the issue.

I'm simply suggesting that it is far more reasonable to think that people just occasionally get their facts mixed up rather than they traveled through time.

If they went forward into the future and heard that someone died...why didn't they post about it here when it was breaking news for them? Why has NO ONE ever done something like that...you know...to put a time stamp on their memory. As popular as the internet is, at some point a thread would pop up "RIP Random Celebrity" and other people would say "uh, he's not dead" but then eventually the details laid out in the original post would be come true and it would be really freaky. But that doesn't happen.



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 01:47 AM
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We're not talking about super powers or time travel. We're talking about converging and diverging time lines. They are neither the same nor similar. Do some reading on it.



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 01:51 AM
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OH...and your evidence that this exists??

You can't support an outlandish claim with no evidence with merely an assertion that it exists.



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 01:54 AM
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Originally posted by Kram09
I never recall hearing that he had died, but for some reason i always believed Bob Dylan was dead.

I was actually very surprised last year when i saw an advertisement for his new album. But i did a double take because i genuinely thought he was dead, atlhough i don't know where i got the impression he had died from. I'm not even a fan of him, although i know of him, if you know what i mean.


have you ever seen the movie "paul"?

Dylan isn't dead......Paul.....ISN'T HE



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 02:02 AM
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Where's your proof that it doesn't? You have evidence in the form of experiential claims made here for your heart and mind to digest with gusto!

Tell me: Why do you need a scientist's confirmation of things in order to believe in them? Why is one person's word more or less credible or valuable than another's? It is true that we all have reasons for stating things, for misstating things, for outright lying, for being mistaken, for imagining, for all things. That is also true for scientists.



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 02:29 AM
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Where is your evidence that an invisible unicorn isn't actually sitting at a computer on the moon, programming our daily decisions into our brains?

You see...I don't have to prove that a wild guess with no evidence is fiction...the responsibility if for the person claiming that this wild assumption is real to offer evidence.

Personal experience is not at all reliable in these cases because IN EVERY ONE they remember something that they then never discussed in a manner which can be checked up on. Again...this is the internet age...and websites like this (not to mention religious boards) should be FULL of threads talking about the death of Billy Graham and giving details which will someday come to pass. That would be a starting point for evidence. But again, no one does this. The entirety of evidence is a foggy memory that someone died when they haven't actually.



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 03:08 AM
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You *are* aware that this isn't a forum a scientific forum, right? Head on over to one of those if you really need to be all boxed up nice and neat. We're here on a *conspiracy forum* and there is no requirement to provide evidence just right here. I personally would have placed this thread elsewhere, but that's just me. I'm not a mod, just a member.

And I don't really like boxes, myself. They keep you from seeing the content, and it's really all about the content, isn't it?



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 03:19 AM
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I think that we should all strive to make as many true statements, and as few false statements as possible, regardless of the forum. The fact that this is a conspiracy forum should not lower the bar for making true statements.



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 03:26 AM
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I have stated in this forum what I know to be true. I know that certain celebs (and I do not follow these things consciously) have been reported deceased and the conditions of their demise paraded in the media, only to have said celeb spring back to life some time later. I stated this early on in this thread and it is still just as true. There are many others stating their experiences as unequivocally as I have mine.

You do not yet have such experience, therefore you have no grounds for comment. The fact that you do not believe it is neither here nor there. How do you suggest we document such a thing? How would *you* go about it? Think about it. You'll see how absurd your assertion is.



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 03:38 AM
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How would I document it? The same way I document other famous deaths.

Looking at my facebook page...I posted a status update when I heard that Bin Ladin was dead as well as Peter Steele, Ronnie James Dio, Bea Arthur, Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Gough...and many, MANY other celebrities. In fact, when news hits of a celebrity death, Twitter and Facebook tend to explode.

Now, for those people claiming to have heard the news and seen reports of famous deaths and those people "came back to life"....NONE OF THEM ever bothered to actually mention it. They heard the news, went to the internet...and there wasn't a peep on the net about the death...no mentions AT ALL. Not a single story anywhere to be found. And they themselves did not even bother to document their "knowledge" by posting about it.

The first step is show a post where someone said "I just saw on the news that (INSERT LIVING CELEBRITY) is dead, why is no one talking about this???" not "I could have sworn that some dude died years ago but turns out he is still alive".

The fact is that the evidence leads to faulty memory, not a time slip.



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 04:11 AM
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Umm...They don't spring back to life at some given time period later.

My recollection of the death of Billy Connolly some years ago is somewhat extraordinary in the fact that I didn't even know who he was until he "died". I was working at the British Embassy (Defence Section) here so my ignorance of his very existence met with ridicule and subsequent "education" on who the good Mr Connolly was/is. I heard his schticks over and over that day. We went to the pub after work and the entire British community was there bereaving his passing. Nothing else was even discussed the whole evening. Imagine how surprised I was when I overhear his voice coming from the TV last summer, hosting a travel show. I mentioned how it must be an old show, but was informed that it was, in fact, new. How could that be? Would you care to explain it to me?



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 04:51 AM
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So, the people in that bar will back you up that Billy Connolly did in fact die at some point in the past? Or do the people you were talking with claim that it never happened?

Just curious really.



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 05:03 AM
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Do you have any sort of working understanding of these things at all? We are not all working in the same time lines. Some may remember - some may not - depending on the consciousness that prevails.

Things change all the time. Why would you have me confirm my memories with others? How much should I doubt my own experiences? And even if I did doubt myself that much, would you not just then accuse me of rigging the whole thing? What would I gain in either case or indeed in any case?

At the end of the day, I'm not here to convince you of my experiences. You are free to disbelieve all you like. But is there good cause for you to write in this type of thread then? Perhaps your efforts are better spent on more tangible matters. This seems to be a bit much for you to comprehend. Would it be too much to ask that you just leave us to it?



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 06:41 AM
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Originally posted by heffo7
OMG I just had to check on the internet before posting this to prove to myself that Gary Coleman, child actor from Different Strokes was still alive.

He was in the news a while ago for some reason, and I turned to my husband and said "but he died a few years ago" he just looked blankly at me, but I clearly remember seeing the footage on TV and they just kept playing parts from the show so there was no mistake who they were talking about. There were big headlines, like 'Child Actor Gary Coleman dead at 32' or something.

I've been thinking about this a lot lately, but can't find anyone else that remembers him dying.

I also remember Nelson Mandela and Billy Graham. What the hell is going on?


I DO remember that one.



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