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Jewish Man's Hell NDE Will Make You Think Twice About Playing With Your Junk Ever Again

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posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 06:05 AM
reply to post by halfoldman

I agree, the whole seed spilling thing doesn't make sense. if they have little souls so to speak at that point, when one has intercourse and only one out of millions gets in, then the rest die anyway, or if none make it at all, they die anyway. I think his conscience is really at fault. When it comes to sin, it depends on what you believe to be a sin. If you don't know something is a sin you can't be held accountable or something to that effect. Not sure if I'm making sense, but that guy's story doesn't make much sense to me either.

(I'm not an atheist, but I am also not a religious person, I just live life and make it a point never to purposely hurt or do wrong to anyone and I believe that is the basics of leading a good life)

posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 06:29 AM
Now we know hairy palms and blindness to be a fallacy we are turning the focus of a juggle of the old pocket billiards to hell I see...

P.S God really doesn't kill kittens either.

Is it just me or is the video showing the sentence "And I was swollen and convulsing all over", before you click on it.
Surprised he's got any skin left on his palms if he was going at it THAT mad....

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posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 10:21 PM

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posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 11:58 PM
reply to post by Racey

I don't know what to say. Humans are still pushing masturbation is bad? This is truly striaght from the middle ages.
Did you know the earth is the center of the universe and that all of the planets and sun orbit us?
Also, the earth is flat so be careful walking - you may fall off!
I also have something you may be interested in - it's called the brooklyn bridge. I'll sell it to you for cheap.
If you eat pop rocks and wash it down with soda, you will explode (just ask Mikey)
Masturbating gives you warts too, and some people's hands simply fall off when doing so.
If you cross your eyes too long, they'll stay that way.
Hold your breath when you drive by a cemetery - you may inhale a bad spirit if you don't.
Santa Clause is real.


posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 11:59 PM
reply to post by Spiratio

Ahh. What? Not on topic so don't post that here.


posted on Oct, 15 2011 @ 04:52 AM

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posted on Oct, 15 2011 @ 09:12 AM
reply to post by Pocky

Note The Fallen Angels, who are the parents to the demon souls, are the ones who are currently bound in chains in Hell, because they went beyond their domain. But Lucifer and the other fallen angels who did not go beyond certain de-lineated boundaries, are not bound and strapped down there. They are free to run amok until judgement day between Second Heaven and the the many levels of their Disneyland torture playground called Hell, until judgement day. - that is my current understanding, but don't rely on anything I am saying

None of the fallen are in hell bro. They were cast down to earth, not hell. When they were cast down to earth, which is why you can't see them anymore. These demonic attacks that the catholic church and some protestant churches do battle with are these very ones. At some point they began breeding with the daughters of men and took wives from them and had offspring that the men called the nephilim and they were exceedingly blood thirsty and had nearly wiped out mankind and the overrall wickidness on earth was so bad that God sent a flood to destroy all life except for Noah's family and the animals he took with him. Currently it is thought that there are 200 million demons worldwide, with beelzebub (babylonian for satan) as chief with his lieutenants b'lial, ba'al (the "god" Jezebel worshipped and Elijah fought against) ba'phomet (the "god" the freemasons worship also symbolized in the order of the eastern star), the skull and bones (Bush Sr. being a member of worshipping beelzebub). These secret societies are in control of the world, they are the shadow government behind the scenes pulling the strings of th entire world some call them the illuminati but the truth is the only thing they want to illuminate is your soul in the fires of hell.

posted on Oct, 15 2011 @ 01:26 PM
reply to post by lonewolf19792000

What I said about the fallen angels wh went beyond their domain and are now bound in chains in Hell comes from this guy's NDE where he was shown what is in the Second Heaven.

I was made aware of the fact that not all demons are in the Second Heaven. There are some demons so awesome that they are reserved in chains in Hell, however, satan and his army of demons are not in Hell, presently. Neither do they want to be there. I was not permitted to look into Hell, nor was I permitted to view the chained demons. I do know that these demons who are chained went beyond the limitations of their domain.

God in His wisdom has allowed satan and his demons certain bounds or limitations within which they may work. They may not go beyond those limitations established by the Lord, however, those demons who are chained in Hell did just that. Because they went beyond the restrictions established by the Lord, they are now chained in Hell.

Don't rely on my stuff though.

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posted on Oct, 15 2011 @ 08:48 PM
reply to post by Majestic Lumen

It doesn't make sense in logical terms, but in an ideological context it does make sense.

The sin of Onan in Genesis essentially defied God's commandment to be fruitful and multiply (although there are debates around what exactly the sin was that go into sexual matters beyond this forum).

A lot of ideology mirrors the DNA race between various ethnic and religious identities.
In the Jewish context - constantly threatened by larger groups - procreation is very important.
A lot of Judeo-Christian literature points out that the Muslims are becoming a majority because of their exploding numbers.
So in that competitive context every sperm is sacred.

However, I personally think that if the Old Testament rules should apply to spillage, then they should bring back its laws on polygamy and concubinage.
In that scenario men would have enough access and variety to avoid unnecessary spillage, and one woman wouldn't have to bear the physical cost of being constantly pregnant.

But it does seem very important for religious Jewish people to have children, and I think this narrator actually considers the horror of not fulfilling that in his previous secular life.
A lot of the narrative is actually a very theatrical sermon (I wonder if it was ever meant to be taken literally), and one can also see some holocaust tropes in hell e.g. the two lines of people awaiting their fate.

In fact, the need for religious Jewish people to have children is so great that a Rabbi in Israel now marries openly gay men and lesbian women (apparently with the understanding that they might relapse every now and again) in order to have kids.
Actually that openness is a great idea, and eschews the pseudo-science of changing sexual orientation for a greater goal of having offspring, and the results have been good:

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posted on Oct, 15 2011 @ 09:04 PM
Masturbation is one of the very few real joys in life. My penis doesn't argue with me; it doesn't put me through some sort of psychological obstacle course before granting me access to it; it's right there waiting for me whenever I'm ready... so with penis in hand, and a bit of surfing through the multitude of free porn available online... I can have a moment of pleasure in this life that is otherwise devoid of most simple pleasures. My penis will never reject me or make me feel that I'm somehow not good enough... and even if it did, there is Viagra!

posted on Oct, 17 2011 @ 08:39 PM
To lay the foundation for the conceptual epiphanies
and spiritual notions which will be emphasised in later
threads, the first necessary topic of relevance is religion in general. All religions explored here in further detail at later points, will receive the same objective treatment.

The intention is not to convince anyone that a particular religion is a “wrong” way of living, but merely to offer an overview of the potential pros and cons of each from the unbiased perception of a non religious and inquisitive mind.
This is to entail that it is not intended to be a guide for those seeking to find the “right” religion. Nor is it judging those of any given faith by pointing out objectively perceived flaws or contradictions in the writings of their faith.

Whether the perceived pros or cons of any faith via the opinion of the author are entirely accurate or not is beside the point, where compassion is concerned the challenging nature of these notions will serve to test any follower of a mentioned faith of their level of compassion for others.

Generally speaking people have flaws and they are loved regardless of their flaws. So bear in mind if one does not agree with every story, spiritual/moral value or historical event regarding a particular faith they are not necessarily condemning those who believe totally in that faith (or version of that faith when different sects are concerned).

At the end of the day it is what was written and that which
was written came from the hands of a person. It is up to each individual to decide for themselves whether or not they trust that all of the words of a given scripture were written by one in alignment with the divine, and that the interpretation has been preserved through generation upon generation of translation, as well as the evolution of contextual meanings that the given languages have undergone as the ages progressed.

As stated this is simply the objectionable opinion of
the author's take on the subject for the sake of laying forth reference regarding the notions of spirituality that are to proceed, highlighting the necessary facets of religion relevant
to the spiritual proponents that will be unveiled later.


Religion is based primarily on received "knowledge"
which is why religions have acquired the collective label of "Belief Systems", for if you did not receive the information directly yourself, you can never from a rational standpoint be absolutely sure that it is 100% true. Hence it is a belief.

Of coarse this applies to a wide range of received information not just religion. This brings one to the question... "what exactly is a belief?" It could be said that a belief is strong resonance with a concept that cannot or has not yet been proven.

It would seem reasonable to say that if one has a belief,
they are automatically accepting that it is not something
that can be known for a fact... is true.

Having said this however, there are many sub beliefs within religions. That is to say, it is being implied here that If there
was already evidence that what is claimed in any religious text in its entirety, is true, then faith would not be a result of its effect.

Faith is a feeling, it pertains to
the heart and the intuitive right brain.

When one knows something is true the left brain labels and categorises it, even if it is something outside the conventional realm of reasoning, if a person thinks they know something that is absolute and pertaining to spirituality then
the left brain is at work.

The left brain seeks conclusiveness it yearns for a point of arrival, such is the result of the act of thinking one knows something absolute. Every religion has in some way an
element of mystery, something that inhibits an evident
certainty of knowing it is 100% true. This is why
religion is a method of inducing faith.

Considering that the primary nature of religion is based on a transaction of speculative digestion , and reception via faith, then it is a particularly tedious task to decide which religion is the truth or 100% correct where moral values are concerned.

Given that any religious text is something that is written by a human being and not literally manifested by the one true Creator. Then it isn't hard to see that the fact that all religions claim that what their disciples have channelled from the God the source etc. is the be all and end all of absolute truth to be reckoned with, therefore renders religion in general as a fallible system of disseminating wisdom.

The evidence is clear in the conflict that disagreements between various faiths have caused, when it leads people to set aside the very core moral values that all religions unite on, being,
"Love thy neighbour" & "do unto others as you would have them do unto you".

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