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Is my friend immortal? [fictional story: hoax]

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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 10:51 AM
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You totally ignored my post, which doesn't really make me more inclined to believe you.

I would like to throw out one additional point though. If this story is true and he did or does have the powers you state he has:
1) He'd never have been released
2) You'd never have met him.. see 1)


So I think i'll go with this: Nice story, maybe you should think about writing novels.

To follow on with this, it is truly fascinating what people will believe, seeing as though quite a few people on this planet believe some dude who died 2011 or so years ago was capable of performing miracles and died to then be resurrected, I am no longer amazed by the gullibility of the masses. =)

T
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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 10:57 AM
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there is something very disturbing about the person making these posts the way it is written and the subject matter.

I believe this is actually a 3rd person perspective. the immortal "character" is the OP. Although he/she may not know it. Anybody who thinks they are immortal is playing a very dangerous and deadly game with themselves and the people around them.

Cry for attention? Yes.
immortal? No.

I usually find the stuff on here entertaining but now and then i come across posts like this that just creep me out. I hope this is a prank because if the OP believes any of this or tries to prove it....man i dont even want to think of the consequences.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 10:58 AM
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I seen the movie about him its pretty good.


en.wikipedia.org...



The discussion turns to the topic of religion. John mentions that he is not a follower of a particular religion; though he does not necessarily believe in an omnipotent God, he does not discount the possibility of such a being's existence. John then reluctantly reveals that he was the inspiration for the Jesus story and "the one called Jesus", which leaves members of his audience, especially Edith, aghast and angry.Out of his hearing, they begin to talk about the possibility of John being mentally ill or high on drugs.


Also many believe Jesus preformed miracles and was the son of god. When most of the said miracles are all in fact clear attributes to the Sun and the effects it has.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 11:02 AM
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i believe people make there own reality if you believe in something with every fiber of your being who is to say you are wrong just because they havnt experienced life tha same way you do does not mean there experiences are not just as real as yours it anything is possible and for people to just say no or hes full of it are being closed minded



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 11:02 AM
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Originally posted by TiM3LoRd
there is something very disturbing about the person making these posts the way it is written and the subject matter.

I believe this is actually a 3rd person perspective. the immortal "character" is the OP. Although he/she may not know it. Anybody who thinks they are immortal is playing a very dangerous and deadly game with themselves and the people around them.

Cry for attention? Yes.
immortal? No.


This comes across as a work of fiction to me - rather bad fiction written by a young teen.
Not trying to be offensive but I have to speak as I find. Imo there is a clue in the name of the OP (Undead Trev) revealing perhaps a certain fascination with the subject matter.

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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 11:09 AM
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you , have just given me inspiration. funny how it works like that. if you dont mind me asking what town did he grow up in??



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 11:11 AM
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Ive been hanging around this site for a while, but this post, more particularly the responses to this post, has inspired me too finally sign up. first off i must say very interesting stuff. Everyone is saying "if he can travel time why doesn't he just protect himself by foreseeing bad events?" How can someone just assume that it works like that even though they are completely ignorant to how time manipulation could work, not having experienced it themselves.
As for undead(the original poster) I noticed earlier you responded to a man who brought up using natural mind altering substances as a tool the same way you responded to people personally attacking you, "I hope you have a great day". Just an observation.
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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 11:22 AM
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I am an expert in this field.

No!

he is not immortal as this is impossible!

please, step away from the true blood ... this stuff is a complete fairy tale! only certain jellyfish (turritopsis nutricula) can live forever!

anyone that claims to be immortal is either a lier ... a delusional person, a delusional lier OR hulk hogan!



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 11:24 AM
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i think i managed to get to page 7. fascinating story. i only gathered that you have witnessed him answering questions before they were asked and he's a really fast runner. is there more that you've witnessed? if those are the only things my personal opinion is he is schizophrenic and able to function without harming others. he seems fascinating.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 11:28 AM
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"He had run out of food"

This part of the story does not square with me. He has completely bleed out and his heart has stopped YET he still needs food? He is still able to think and otherwise use his brain?
No blood means no circulation means no digestion, cell or brain nurishment or oxygenation.
Is he still in this no blood state today?



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 11:38 AM
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Perhaps he is immortal for now. When his task is compete, his mortality could return.
I wonder what would happen if we all looked at his differences as a gift and tried to understand instead of criticize.
Thank you for sharing. Peace to you and your friend.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 11:40 AM
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That is if you assume you TRULY need the brain to think. The spirit has its own consciousness and yet lacks a brain.

Not to mention if you were raised to believe you HAD to eat not knowing that you didn't, you would believe you had to. If you didn't your body may react negatively just because you are so use to it. The mind is capable of that and much more



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 11:45 AM
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Thank you for sharing this information about your friend. Although there can be no proof for many reasons, I cannot deny the possibility that people such as he are among us. You don't even have be as special as Thayer to get ostracized from society... you only have to show a sliver of his abilities and you will quickly be cast from the group. Doesn't have to telepathic, just showing that you're more intelligent can have that effect on people. People are afraid of what they don't understand. And after we've been used and abused by so many people, notwithstanding our own government, it becomes difficult to trust anyone that they'll have your best interests at heart. I am like your friend though, I like to call it being a modern hippy. It does sound like he might have to find peace within about what these so called gods have done. I think RussianScientist's idea of having you make youtube videos for him to teach us is a good idea, because although the many do not understand, there are many of us who are also seeking. I do agree that he is quite possibly at the front of the next generation of humans. Have you heard of the indigo children?

I do have a few questions. Was your friend vaccinated at birth? What are his thoughts on inoculations to our children? Is there anything he can share with us on how to prepare for the planet's upheavals soon? Are any of the maps out there with the flood zones accurate, such as the Edgar Cayce map for example? What are his thoughts on the world possibly being hollow. I've also read some stuff about solar brothers and sisters parked around the planet to carry people off as the earth changes occur, but then another has told me that this is fake salvation and is only to carry the experiment elsewhere. Jesus cannot save us, we can only save ourselves. Does your friend have any thoughts on all this talk about ascension?

You've also mentioned that he did not know why he came back to his body after the cord broke. I've been a student of a teacher and I asked her a similar question as it was one reason I was so worried about astral traveling at all... and she told me that because we are all gods and goddesses in our own right, we can plug into our bodies as simply as we plug out. All we have to do is want to.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 11:50 AM
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Originally posted by pocketsando
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That is if you assume you TRULY need the brain to think. The spirit has its own consciousness and yet lacks a brain.

Not to mention if you were raised to believe you HAD to eat not knowing that you didn't, you would believe you had to. If you didn't your body may react negatively just because you are so use to it. The mind is capable of that and much more
so are you saying this person has the ability to think without a brain but does not posess the cognitive skills to not recognize true hunger from behavior learned in childhood?

I like to hear what B.F. Skinner had to say about that!



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 12:01 PM
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Well it's 2012, and this can be listed as one of the first posts of the year, if nothing else. You story sounds fictional, and not really well written. I only state that, because you skills at vague, lack something. There doesn't seem to be a thread of believable information here. No one lives through a severed jugular vein with a near total bleed out. I just don't know where to go with this, it's really destined for the rubbish bin in the archives, never to be seen again. What does 'your friend' think his purpose is? If he wanted to die, he would of welcomed these claims of a chemical lobotomy as a solution to his ......dilemma. Frankly your friend here has no substance, nothing more than your story, there is no rational reason for being, no spirit to your invention of his mystique. It just seems ....... it seems a waste to give further time to THIS story.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 12:11 PM
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It is impossible to know for sure if this story is based on some semblance of fact. After all, there are mysterious and unkown things that happen, and the human mind struggles to wrap itself around the notion that there still may be things we cant explain.

That being said, I had a friend named Mitch who literally defied death in front of my very eyes at least a dozen times. We used to always joke around when we were kids and say he had some super human quality, but we always thought it was just luck.

I saw him slip and fall off a three story roof, head first, and somehow he miraculously landed on his feet without breaking his legs or ankles.

I watched him skateboard down a steep hill, only to get hit by a car at the bottom. The cars hood was smashed, windshield shattered, headlights broken, and Mitch just got up and walked away laughing.

He was jumped and robbed by a group of gang bangers. They fractured his skull with a baseball bat. Mitch was ok.

Eventually he was robbed again at gunpoint and shot eight times in the face, neck, and head. Left for dead, he dragged himself to a house and had them call an ambulance. Two weeks later he was released from the Hospital, full recovery.

He started drinking heavily, and one night passed out drunk behind the wheel, floored the accelerator, and drove off a cliff. He was found two days later completetly fine. The police said they calculated the rate of speed and how far he drove off the cliff. 90 MPH, 150 ft out, and 300 ft down. They were amazed he survived.

Thats mitch for ya, immortal, hard to kill, or just plain lucky, who knows?



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 12:11 PM
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Originally posted by deadeyedick
Thanks for sharing that with us.
It can be a scary feeling you get when you realise that there is no escape when time after time a person cheats death.It makes one start to believe that there is a reason unknown to you that you are here.


Dont you just hate it when that happens.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 12:16 PM
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hey trev

well I for one am not going to call bs on this... why not? because I have no idea if you are telling the truth or not so will assume you are a good person and not full of it (telling a lie like this would be really childish and would soon turn around and bite you, if you get my drift).

So assuming this is a real story I have a few things to say, first off I feel really sorry for your friend and find the story heart breaking and really sad that he has suffered so much. It's a real shame, he sounds amazing!

Secondly I'd like to ask about the things you have seen him do, could you detail some of them please?

and finally please say hello to your friend and give him a hug from me (or a pat on the back if he's not comfy with man on man hugging) - also could you ask him to look into my soul and say what im like please? I ask as it's hard to figure out if I am who I think I am... if you know what I mean?

thanks trev

dd



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 12:18 PM
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Originally posted by undead trev
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I do not tend to watch the stupidity of the idiot box, I have better things to do...

Instead of finding people with something interesting to say I can see that the last page of attacks on my person are just lowering this my first thread, I am sorry that there are so many on this site who simply cannot even contemplate something beyond their own closed little existance,

very sad...please go ahead
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You should request this thread to be moved to the "Gray Area"; that way you'll be protected from overly nasty comments. The Gray Area is specifically for personal experiences that can't be proven and whoever posts there MUST give you the benefit of the doubt.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 12:28 PM
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I mean no disrespect, I am genuinely concerned. I saw this movie called "A Beautiful Mind" and I am wondering, has anyone else ever seen this person you call your friend ? I mean, when you two are talking, is there anyone else there with you and do they speak to him ? Please don't be offended. It's just, that's what I thought of when I read this.



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