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Why so many people–including scientists–suddenly believe in an afterlife

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posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 03:10 PM
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WarminIndy
But I can feel vibrations in the air or on objects when I close my eyes and feel for it. That's how I beat my brother-in-law at Battleship, using vibrations from the board in front of me. He walked away and said "i'm never playing this with you again".


Thats what I am talking about! Perhaps though, you are looking at something you perceive as "blue," but its really being perceived in a different way. With the magnetism I am suggesting above, it is not in question whether or not magnetic fields are induced by our bio-electrical signals. They definitely are. Its just a matter of "can we actually use it?" and "how would it manifest to our perception?"


But let me share this, I had posted this in another thread. I used to work at a factory that made computer resistors, and the equipment we used to determine the resistance to see if they were within range, we used to measure ourselves in it, and I have a very low resistance to electricity. Could it be that I have a higher metallic composition naturally in my body?


I did something similar, but my result was the opposite. The person testing was so frustrated he grabbed multiple testing devices, and was doing testing for a couple of hours. It was rather amusing.



I have met people who have been struck by lightning and they claim to be hypersensitive in their five senses.


Yup! The "sixth sense" being the magnetic fields induced by the bio-electrical currents would likely manifest in this way. It wouldnt necessarily be as "different," as say, the difference between sight and sound. It would be more of a facet of deepening the perceptions and senses that are already there. So, it would be like "adding" onto the already perceived typical senses, but in a predictable fashion that has a pattern all of its own.

I didnt explain it that well, but oh well! Magnetism and electricity are not nearly as separate as many perceive them to be! So, if you changed one, it will have an effect on the other. Whether or not that effect has any meaningful impact on our perception is what is in question.

If someone has "changed" their perception after receiving a massive EM surge (lightning), how do you personally feel this process happens?
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posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 03:11 PM
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wildtimes
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But why do you insist on believing that one's personality, identity etc survive one's physical death? And some of you even claim that one transcends their ego upon death, while retaining their "individuality" (quite convenient), and you call that "the higher self". When in fact any conception of a "self" is ego, your "higher self" very much included.

Why do you insist on believing that it DOESN'T? By the way, how much study have you done into THIS subject, over the last, say, five years. Do you keep up with current findings, research, NDEs, and science regarding death?

You haven't provided any sources (that I've caught, at this point), just your opinion, and you keep calling your opinion FACTS, when there are millions of people -- including SCIENTISTS (and not "just aging scientists" or whatever other 'adjective' it was you used - implying that it's only "backwards, outdated, or ignorant/gullible people" who believe in it.

HOW MUCH research do you have under your hatband, dude? Who are you to tell us what the FACTS are, when obviously we've done our research, or else are willing to do MORE research. You have closed your mind, that's all.

Sad.


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Read my previous posts. I've even provided reading material. Yes. What I said about hallucinations was based on recent evidence- I'm surprised you didn't realize that, since you claim to know all about NDE research. I guess you're selective in your approach.
What surprised me was that you claimed to be proficient in research methods, yet you do not know the meaning of substantial scientific evidence.

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posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 03:20 PM
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sleepdealer
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Read my previous posts. I've even provided reading material. What surprised me was that you claimed to be proficient in research methods, yet you do not know the meaning of substantial scientific evidence.
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Substantial scientific evidence once said I could not be Neanderthal, but I am 2.9%, which is relatively high. But it was substantial scientific evidence at one time.



posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 03:22 PM
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Could some of us be those Tesla electric things?
Without the high discharges?



posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 03:59 PM
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WarminIndy
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Could some of us be those Tesla electric things?


I think so, though perhaps with the addition of having the ability to direct the energy.


Without the high discharges?


Who knows, maybe all the strange sounds, strange feelings, deepening polarizations, and overall clarity that is being introduced into the world wide culture is due to those who can have massive discharges. Perhaps it just isnt being "absorbed," and instead is being reflected and refracted due to systems (people) who are unaware, unwilling, or unable to utilize the fullness of their being and perspective.

It would be quite a predicament. Without such a thing, societal patterns will not change. But, if it is not absorbed, it is directed back like a laser pointed at a mirror. I guess if such new age woo was in practice, the people who are doing it are willing to sacrifice greatly for the mere possibility of humankind advancing, and the mere possibility of creating a "better" world for everyone.

I wouldnt know though. Sounds pretty out there..



posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 04:27 PM
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I wouldnt know though. Sounds pretty out there..


Famous last words before the revolution.



posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 06:59 PM
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This must be why I get static electric shock all the way from December to April...ugh, it's coming up so I have to wear gloves or something.

Everything I touch shocks me, it doesn't matter what it is. I have heard people say the ark of the covenant was an electric capacitor. It was in the dry dust, in a tent made of animal hides, covered in badger skin, made of gold....the people who touched it had a complete afterlife experience, they didn't come back.

As James Bond would say, "Shocking".



posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 07:04 PM
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I have heard that too.



posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 07:21 PM
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AfterInfinity
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I have heard that too.


Do you think the way the seraphim wings point to each other would create an arc of electricity? What is that called?

This would make Moses an electrician. And the ark contained the rod of Aaron, his almond staff and the tablets the commandments were written on. This can be taken in so many directions, ancient alien proponents would say that the tablets were the motherboard and the rod was a processor. And the aliens showed Moses how to design this box because you know humans were stupid back then. But you would think they would have at least taught him to make a fuse box.

And they forgot to ground it, because it was just sat on a platform, so the aliens kind of messed up on that because they didn't show how to ground it. Wait, maybe that was the four pole rings, maybe those were the ground thingies..you know I don't know much about electrical terms.

Maybe it was a battery?

Anyway, if it glowed at night, then maybe it was an electric capacitor. Whatever it was, certainly wasn't a motherboard for Windows based PCs, it seemed to work well all the time.



posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 07:26 PM
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Gravitational generator. Do you know what Tetragrammaton means? It means two things: "four letter word" and "four sided force of gravity". Do you know what has four sides? A pyramid.
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posted on Nov, 7 2013 @ 12:07 PM
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Perhaps things like the tetragrammaton are only part of the picture.

I find a stellated octahedron quite intriguing. Perhaps you do as well?



posted on Nov, 7 2013 @ 12:11 PM
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Ah, so you DO understand. It seems we've delved into the same mysteries and come to some similar conclusions...

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posted on Nov, 7 2013 @ 12:25 PM
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Do you know what has four sides? A pyramid.


Actually, a pyramid has 5 sides. One side is hidden from view, but it exists.

A tetrahedron has only 4 sides.



Stellated octahedron



Notice the tetrahedrons?



posted on Nov, 7 2013 @ 12:27 PM
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I suppose you're attempting to refer to the inside of a pyramid? What about a solid pyramid? One that isn't hollow? 4 sides. Again. In my mind, tetrahedron is to pyramid as sphere is to a ball.
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posted on Nov, 7 2013 @ 12:33 PM
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Nope. A pyramid has 5 sides, including the base.




posted on Nov, 7 2013 @ 12:35 PM
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So there's no such thing as a pyramid with three walls? Is that what you're telling me?



posted on Nov, 7 2013 @ 12:41 PM
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There is no such 3 sided object. The first solid object, (except for a sphere that has infinite sides) is the tetrahedron, a 4 sided object.




posted on Nov, 7 2013 @ 12:44 PM
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And that's the object I'm talking about. The 4-sided one you just mentioned. I call that a pyramid, because it looks like one. Stick it in the sand and there isn't any real difference between it and the ones you see in books and around the world.



posted on Nov, 7 2013 @ 12:50 PM
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Okay. However, the pyramids that are stuck in the sand, like in Egypt and other places around the world, have 5 sides. I don't know of any that are tetrahedrons, but maybe...........



posted on Nov, 7 2013 @ 01:23 PM
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And therein lies the location of one of the more interesting rabbit holes I have found...

Study of a stellated octahedron (lets call it two interlocking three sided pyramids) and two interlocking four sided pyramids.




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