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Originally posted by zzombie
reply to post by FearNoEvil
I'd rather avoid turning this into a religious debate, but based on NDE's it doesn't matter to GOD if we believe in him or deny his existence. In the end...we're all loved unconditionally by the creator, there is no hell, no judgment day where we're judged by others... we judge ourselves in light of full knowledge.
Earth is just a school.
[edit on 8-7-2010 by zzombie]
another good reason why religion is BS
Originally posted by faceoff85
But are there known cases of people remembering more then 1 incarnation? I've seen and read a couple of cases but the ones I know about deal with a person having lived 1 time before supossedly... What would be the explanation for them not remembering anything prior? I mean if this whole reincarnation thing is true then shouldn't it have been going on for century's upon century's? take into account that humans live up to about 80 (to be safe) humans have been around like 20000 years lets say? that means we've lived awfully long... and "some people" remember 1 lifetime besides their current one... thats a pretty darn big gap there
Visually hieroglyphs are all more or less figurative: they represent real or illusional elements, sometimes stylized and simplified, but all generally perfectly recognizable in form. However, the same sign can, according to context, be interpreted in diverse ways: as a phonogram (phonetic reading), as a logogram, or as an ideogram (semagram; "determinative") (semantic reading). The determinative was not read as a phonetic constituent, but facilitated understanding by differentiating the word from its homophones.
Originally posted by snowlord
guys is there any scientific explanation for this? when we die will our thoughts too die or will it still stay in some form which we yet not discovered?