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Originally posted by Cayla19
I'm not religious at all and I dont believe in eternal life I just believe that there is something between life and complete death. I know it sounds weird but what I simply mean is that before someone completely leaves they are still bound to their loved ones or maybe it's just people believing that those who died are still with them but I'm talking from my own experience and I believe that sometimes when people didn't have the opportunity to say goodbye they come back or somehow show that they are leaving. I know probably doesn't really makes sense sorry about that I just can't put it in another way
The 1978 police investigation of a missing 15-year-old boy in the Chicago area led to the arrest of John Wayne Gacy as a suspect in a number of other missing persons cases. The serial killer, John Wayne Gacy, also known as the ‘Killer Clown’, was tried and executed two years later for the murder of 33 boys and young men. During the criminal investigation the missing boy’s family requested the police consult nationally known psychic detective and psychic medium Dorothy Allison.
Originally posted by OmnipresentEnemy
For those of you that say energy can never be broken down, what if a person falls into a black hole and is crushed into non existence? Even if there was a soul left over, it would be in a black hole and wouldn't be able to aid new life.
Originally posted by Jonas86
Really interesting. Something like this I was looking for. Any idea what that book was titled?
Originally posted by MrKipling[/i
The guy turned up at the hospital right on time and pointed at each and everyone of the people who had 'saved his life' bypassing the placed people in the room.. Astonished, one of the surgeons asked how on earth he could have seen them as he was clinically dead at the time and he was being resuscitated.. They would have all been elsewhere when he finally woke from a coma.. .
'I was floating above myself and remember all of your faces around me'.. ' I then went into a tunnel with a beautiful light at the end but something was pulling me back... I could see you all with those electric things on my chest'
I found this to be an incredible story myself.. My Uncle said something very similar many many years ago when he had a heart attack... He said it was the most beautiful and peaceful feeling he had ever known in his life.. He said he wouldn't be scared of dying (which he sadly did a few years later)..
I am not sure whether these experiences indicate an afterlife or perhaps just another aspect of the brain that isn't fully understood.
As to the seeing people in the room and floating above the body experience......well perhaps it's another brain process......as the mind begins to shut down perhaps the brain activates another source of "vision" that normally is made via the eyes....and this source of vision is a few feet outside the body.....perhaps like a mirror.
Originally posted by nh_ee
The point that you are simply overlooking is that fact that in all of these cases the individual was pronounced dead.
Originally posted by OptimisticPessimist
You may as well ask: "Life before birth, does it exist?"
The answer of course, is yes.