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posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 07:02 PM
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Originally posted by JohnnyAnonymous

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Wow amazing.

I will defiantly be listening!

ALS




posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 03:43 AM
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Wonderful, I'll try to be listening then.

If someone wants to do more research or hear more about this topic, I can recommend this YT book, read by the author; Maj. Morehouse; it's a diary of his days in the DIA Remote Viewing program which went by several names including Stargate. It's rather harrowing, they put him through hell when he decided to come forward with his findings. Many barely-declassified details are discussed and it's an incredibly compelling story.

www.youtube.com...

and also the story of Marcia Shafer, Bob Dean's wife:

www.youtube.com...

She claims to have had interactions with spirit and aliens her entire life and has an interesting description of the afterlife or between lifetimes; that the spirit or soul is connected to the physical body like, perhaps, wires in a carburetor but that you can half-twist the pieces apart and the spirit still works and is aware nevertheless. I'm explaining it badly (really need to stop posting so late at night...
I'm convinced that she's right and that we all have this ability to connect with spirit and disconnect from the physical; I think it's a matter of frequencies. In the same way that radio waves are always passing through us but you can't hear them without a radio tuned to the proper frequency, all that other information is always there, in fact we're immersed in it; we just need to learn to tune correctly to it. I also think that the cynics and skeptics are not only not attempting to do it because they don't believe it's possible, their 'radio' is always off and unplugged... some effort or at least openness to the possibilities has to exist first, in other words.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 03:52 AM
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Anything science doesn't agree with; the hag must be lying...

Not my personal opinion mind you....Just what I know from my short time here.....Everybody and their mother is accused of lying about things for personal motives, that nobody can point out except 'attention', yet the Government who has been caught lying more times than I can count, is completely void of guilt....

What in the hell is wrong with you people, though? Seriously, not everybody is a liar, crazy, or has ulterior motives for sharing personal experiences...You skeptics are just so paranoid that you see a conspiracy in everything but real conspiracies >.>
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posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 04:06 AM
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Originally posted by iwilliam
The answer could lie somewhere between the speculations of paranormal activity and (shame on them) scamming for health-care.

I think sometimes we "know" more about what's going on in our bodies than we consciously realizedI think sometimes we "know" more about what's going on in our bodies than we consciously realized. It's possible her mind, by some mechanism not yet understood, realized there was a problem, and communicated it to her consciousness, in a way not yet understood.

It's a perfectly reasonable, albeit poorly understood, explanation.

The biggest anomalies are if this voice told her exactly what was wrong with her (the precision would seem startling) and I think it might matter whether there was some way she could have consciously or "unconsciously" learned the address mentioned in the story, and that they did scans there. That part does stick out...

I can tell you as a health care professional that, for a lot of people, this does seem to be so.

A number of people I have known, for example, somehow knew they were about to die - quite often against medical expectation.

Great post, great thread!



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 06:00 AM
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That is incredibly weird. One could think it is some kind of advanced government program, or maybe even demons? It sure is interesting though.
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posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 12:35 PM
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posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 01:02 PM
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Originally posted by korathin
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That is incredibly weird. One could think it is some kind of advanced government program, or maybe even demons? It sure is interesting though.
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Demons that save lives?

ALS



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 03:00 PM
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Yipppeee!!!!!





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