posted on Aug, 26 2004 @ 09:14 AM
Originally posted by Koka
Originally posted by thethrall_nb
But, that's the point I'm trying to make. I NEVER wake up before or even on impact. I see and feel everything to the end, then i wake up.
I was always told, probably an urban myth, that if you die in your sleep, you die for real. Not sure how that works and haven't really bothered
trying to figure it out. I guess it could be the shock of experiencing death.
So, what you are actually saying is that you experience the death, then you wake up.?
Give me the description of this death you experience.
How vivid of a description would you like? As I stated earlier, they always start the same, always falling from a great height. The only variations
are in the actual wounds that cause my death.
Wether it be from impact, or impalement, it is very graphic. I'm usually falling face up, not really aware of my altitude. Then i start passing by
buildings , or other features in the landscape. Now, death by impact, depends on how i land. If flat on my back, then it's usually just a hard, bone
shattering thud. If landing head first (which happens alot) i see my head explode like a watermelon. I am usually awakened by my wife a few minutes
afterwards, since the resulting jolt my body makes wakes her up.
But , for me in those few seconds, or minutes i'm not sure how long. I get a good long look at the results. I just seem to be floating there,
looking at the aftermath.
Impalement though, that one's bad. Death does not usually come instintaneously, it feels like hours pass before i expire. But once i do, the same
result occurs, i'm just floating there looking at myself.