posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 11:09 AM
Originally posted by indy0725
You ran off a cliff on your bike and your friend had no clue?Did he not attempt to look for you?Did he just say forget it he's not coming back and
just left?I am doubting some of this story.Especially since you said you had no idea any cell phone numbers but you magically dialed his number.
Wow, you are seriously deluded. You know why you automatically think he is lying? Because you're a liar, most likely. That's usually how it works
from what I've experienced. If you would have read what the dude actually wrote, you would know that he was, by that time, extremely far away from
his friend, and out of eyesight I'm sure. Maybe his friend thought he got lost. That's smart, because only an idiot would wander out into the desert
on foot, or on a street bicycle, but would rather play it safe. I'm sure his friend waited for him until he heard the ambulance, and he probably put
two and two together.
As far as dialing the number, a person's subconscious remembers a phone number after seeing it once. Just because most people cannot recall that
stored information off-hand does not mean that the guy just "knew" what number to dial. That actually adds credibility to his story in my opinion.
Anyway, I'm glad everything turned out okay. I find the subject of NDEs extremely fascinating, as do many others.
If you think about it from a logical perspective, there is obviously something greater than human consciousness after a person dies. How else can so
many people report seeing things from above like that, and be able to recall details they never could have seen from their position? People may say
that it takes place in a person's brain, through different chemical processes, but if that were the case, it would be impossible to observe from such
a position. Plus, if it were inside the brain, it seems more likely that the experience would be like a dream, a jumbled mix of fact and fiction...Not
a clear recollection of things that couldn't be seen.
What I've always wondered however is whether people who have actually died and had a NDE still had brain activity...If the brain dies, does the out
of body experience still continue? That's one of my main questions. Recently I've had this nagging feeling, and I'm not sure why, that what happens
to a person after death is based solely on what that person really believes will happen to them after death. I don't know if that is correct, or even
feasible, but I can't shake the thought. This would account for why Christians go to Heaven, etc...Although apparently there have been atheists who
have experienced a Christian-type NDE, so maybe I'm wrong...It just seems that the whole concept of hell and punishment doesn't fit with the main
idea of Christianity, at least imo.