posted on Jan, 18 2013 @ 12:43 PM
Originally posted by Bob Sholtz
Originally posted by SaturnFX
From the article:
His forthcoming book
Book? so he has actual proof of an afterlife, and instead of sharing this freely on the net, and altering the entire worlds view...
he wants to cash in.
Guess heaven has gotten lax in its messaging.
Anyhow, in a dream, you can live a week in a few minutes before waking up.
Mom had a NDE...and she didn't see streaming transparent people..she seen solid people, and she wasn't in fluffy cloudville..she was on a beach.
But by all means, read the book.
he's a neurosurgeon. he doesn't need money. things on the net only get a fraction of the attention that published books do. publishers get the most
money for books, and i'd question their motives, but it's illogical to say he is motivated by money. the top 10% of neurosurgeons earn over 1
million a year!
reality isn't as solid as it appears. i think everyone who has a near death experience is shown what they personally need to see, but one thing
remains through them all: unconditional love.
if god himself showed up in this day and age people would still cry fake.
one last point: with the same breath people claim that it is our lack of scientific knowledge that keeps us from understanding this event, they also
accept something like evolution without question. why can't you see that your beliefs don't matter? only the truth matters.
Long story short, a NDE, some of it is understandable and science..some of it is a bit of a mystery...but a life after death hypothesis is unknown and
currently with no method to test it
So, any subjective experiences of it from people whom came close to death is just an account that could be nothing more than brain misfirings and
other sorts..or could be something paranormal..but neither claim can be at the moment fully substantiated.
So, someone saying that the truth of it is or isn't matter of factly is full of BS. The best they can do is try as accurately as possible lay out
their experience, which is fine, and then suggest let the people make their own minds up given no evidence to support anything..just a story of
dragons..be it real, fake, or misunderstood.
What do I believe happens to our "soul" when we die? I don't know. I would -like- to think this is not the end, but I like to think many
things...my desires has little to do with actual truth, so I keep them in check when seeking out objective facts...else I might as well believe in
anything..Unicorns and all sorts.
Evolution does not require belief btw..it is a understanding of our current findings...its not a laymans theory, its a scientific theory..very