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What do you think humans feel in the exact moment of death?

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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:12 PM
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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:13 PM
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I would say close to the same thing as happens to someone who is knocked unconscience. You dont feel anything, but awake somewhere or some time you dont know, except when you die you know you are dead and what is happening to your soul. It leaves your body and your inner self moves away from the flesh, and you enter into understanding of your existence.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:16 PM
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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:16 PM
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this not a true statement not all people are afraid of death exspecialy Christians.
If the majority of them are christian or non christian has no relevance,the strength in front of death is not given by the religion..



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:17 PM
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Depends on how you die and what kind of life you lived. Some die in fear of the unknown. Some of us die in joy and love as we begin the transition of returning to our Messiah. There may be some pain, there may be no pain. Some have the blessing of being able to go peacefully in their sleep while others struggle in intense pain. Some see angels coming to escort them home, others see the Fallen Ones coming to drag them down off to hell. Some are blessed to even see the Messiah just before that last breath. Some just fade away from life alone with no family or friends. Your death experience has alot to do with how you die, and then how you lived your life. Some that were bad may return as cockroaches, while others do not get to come back at all. It's unique to everyone i think. God broke the mould when he made us, and we probably die in similar fashion. Ultimately our bones return to the dust from which it came.
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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:18 PM
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The single most irrelavent question I've ever heard!!!
Also: By definition of the question a ( quit with the freakin letters) near death experience has nothing to do with it because the person did not come to the exact moment of death!!!
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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:20 PM
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I was yelled at to "G0 BACK" in no uncertain terms, I felt no pain only a longing to not go back.
I won't elaborate here because it still unsettles me quite a bit after 18 years or so.

Regards, Iwinder

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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:23 PM
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From what I can recall from my NDE..Death is much similiar to sleep..when you go to bed waiting to drift into sleep,can you ever recall the moment in which you started dreaming?I believe Death will strike you before you even know what happened..as with other NDEs I have read,people didnt even know they had died until they had seen themselves lying there,dead.For example maybe really drunk guy stumbles into a road and gets hit by a semi-truck,his conscious mind didn't even acknowledge the trucks existence but was it still there and the now dead drunkard is stuck in whatever drunken state he left his Self in possibly on the same train of thought they left with as well into the Earthbound realm or even The Void,but thats a whole other matter



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:24 PM
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Originally posted by diamondsmith
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this not a true statement not all people are afraid of death exspecialy Christians.
If the majority of them are christian or non christian has no relevance,the strength in front of death is not given by the religion..


I do not understand what you mean. Are you saying that a personal belief in the hereafter does not affect the way a person faces death? I know that before I came to know the risen Lord I had a lot of fear of what was to come at the time of death. A lot of uncertainties. But after coming to the Lord that fear was replaced with calmness about what happens. I do not go out and seek death but I am not afraid of it when the time comes there is not much you can do about it. I like what Ben Franklin said life is but the embryo to death.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:26 PM
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'___' just happened to be one I researched to better understand sleep, dream and in a way death.
Hmmm.People with different chronic disease experience different types of sensations during sleep,hmmm,for example people with high glucose untreated for a long period of time during sleep they will leave their body and will bump in the room where they sleep,for few seconds before awake,The sensation will be of fast travelling through the room,with a sweet sickness.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:30 PM
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did not come to the exact moment of death
Exactly that is my point,the sensation in the exact point of death,so you are right.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:35 PM
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I really believe we enter the Hall of "I'm Not Dead"! When we pass on we enter the tunnel of light, a non-stop echos is heard: "I'm Not Dead" !!!



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:38 PM
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For example maybe really drunk guy stumbles into a road and gets hit by a semi-truck,his conscious mind didn't even acknowledge the trucks existence but was it still there and the now dead drunkard is stuck in whatever drunken state he left his Self in possibly on the same train of thought they left with as well into the Earthbound realm or even The Void,but thats a whole other matter
for suicidal people it's true,they remain without the consciousness of self aware on the other world,stuck in between the worlds.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:39 PM
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Well I've experienced death on my terms a few times. Ego death is a wonderful experience I would recommend it. Puts EVERYTHING in line.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:39 PM
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O.K. here goes....I can only relate what happened to me some years back when I 'died'. I had been in childbirth for over 30 hours when I finally had my kid.I ended up very ripped up due to the drs not being 'ready' for my delivery ha.Anyway I was in the post birthing room and everything was fine. I was told that if I needed to use the restroom to call a nurse ( you loose alot of water right after) so I did. Later on i needed to go again and again called the nurse. She told me 'you only need the nurse for the first time, but since I'm here I'll go with you anyway." That was the start of a huge nightmare, while on the comode all i remember is passing out and the nurse calling me asking if I was ok? I couldnt say much just mumbled out that I couldn't hear. She drug me back to the bed and started screaming for help from the other nurse's.To make a long story short a dr finally came in hollering that this better be good since he was int he middle of a c section and omg hurry get the drugs! From there it was all down hill , I remember the nurse saying her blood pressure is 0. And the other nurse asking 0 over what? She just said its just 0! All this time I'm thinking that if they don't hurry up and do something I am going to die right in front of them. I knew i was dying but it was out of my hands to stop it.I was hemorrhaging to death and had no option but to hope the dr could stop it.This went on for over 30 minutes and finally everything got very dark in the room. I don't mean like passing out... more like I had tunnel vision and I literally saw everything closing in a circle of darkness.When finally the circle closed up I thought to myself, well I guess thats it!
Here I just had a baby and I'm never going to get to see them again.I won't even get to say goodbye to anyone, nor does anyone even know whats happening to me! (everyone had gone home by this time so I was alone).Then I got mad about it saying 'its just not fair! It's not fair that I won't get to see my kid!
The next thing I knew i was rushed back in the room with a whoosh! It was then that I realized that all sound had ceased while this was going on.I was being slapped across the face and my name was being screamed at me and then they relaxed when they saw i was back finally.
So I don't know about religion or anything else, all I do know is that I was still thinking and experiencing things around me the whole time. And at that time I had a choice, and I made it. My child is now an adult and I'm not sorry I stayed to raise them. Do you continue to think and feel after death? Oh yes I know for a fact you do.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:42 PM
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We have only 1(one)life and will be a shame not to know the truth about those experiences that people have in the moment of death,maybe will make us better people.


I think the many NDE experiencers have a lot to teach us.

Some of the atheists who died atheists but came back Christians are particularly interesting.

I think Colton Burpo's experiences in HEAVEN IS FOR REAL are among the most fresh, candid, unfettered by bias . . . of all such experiences I've read.

There's nothing like the candor of a 4 year old fiesty little boy.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:42 PM
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Originally posted by MCL1150
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I really believe we enter the Hall of "I'm Not Dead"! When we pass on we enter the tunnel of light, a non-stop echos is heard: "I'm Not Dead" !!!
Or maybe you will see some creatures in the tunnel to make your travel a little easier,of course depend which way the tunnel goes.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:45 PM
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I do not understand what you mean. Are you saying that a personal belief in the hereafter does not affect the way a person faces death?
I mean that no matter who we are, or what religion we have ,we all die in the same way.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:51 PM
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Ego death is a wonderful experience
That is more related with life then death,but I think it's another subject matter.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:55 PM
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more like I had tunnel vision and I literally saw everything closing in a circle of darkness
Very interesting story thank you for that,the closing of the tunnel in a circle of darkness could be the first step towards the dark side of the other world or the window to the light.




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