posted on Apr, 22 2013 @ 11:23 PM
reply to post by CaticusMaximus
Except that it is "just drugs." A chemical, to be more exact. I've done plenty of research into the effects of the substance which must not be
named (btw ATS auto censors it, not me), and various trip reports indicate a very similar trip between users including tunnels, space elves,
comprehension of a universal language, etc, all of which are very similar to NDE reports.
This, coupled with our belief that we trip on said unnamed substance during birth, death, and sleep (it causes dreams), suggests that NDEs truly are
simply hallucinogenic experiences. There is a death phase, during this phase you are pumped full of Dimitry, and so you trip.
What you claim about hallucinogenic substances not having similar effects on different people is absolutely false; there are plenty of people who
experience similar things attributed with certain substances. Take the great buffalo spirit associated with a certain cactus, or the ancestral spirit
guide associated with a certain African plant root.
As much as I'd love to believe that life exists without heart, brain, or body, I'm not going to delude myself into doing so simply on faith alone.
Now, is it more likely that people seeing, hearing, feeling, and overall experiencing a phenomenon, which is very akin to a hallucination, is
attributed to a chemical or some magical hocus pocus fairytale BS?
We cannot possibly comprehend death, so I'm not going to waste my time trying. It'll come when it comes and we will all be enlightened as to whether
anything comes after eventually. To claim anything more is to lie to oneself.