posted on Aug, 17 2013 @ 09:53 AM
reply to post by BO XIAN
Here's the thing. I have a hard time reading information that's pretending to be science, and that's what most of that literature is. The book on
the boy who had a NDE, and "met his sister" and what not, was floating around my house for awhile. The first 5 pages of the book explained most of
his NDE and where all the angels/jesus visions came from. The boy's father is a minister. Yet the summary of the book generally forgets to mention
this information. Perhaps his parents didn't tell him about angels yet ( yeah right ) but I would be amazed if they didn't have christian
paraphernalia and paintings lining their walls at home.
I could go on about that one incident, how the chances of his parents never mentioning a miscarried child around the son - even when they were
pregnant with their son - is almost zero, but you can just google any of the case names and add in the word hoax at the end, and come up with some
real critiques of the events.
How hard is it to think that life evolved a mechanism to help death be more peaceful? Death is natural and something that will happen to every
creature, plant and organism in the universe - eventually.
edit on 17-8-2013 by Evil_Santa because: (no reason given)