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Originally posted by serbianhawk
was it cold? was there much snow? deers have much energy and they are warm animals, so it could just be a wapor...ive seen many similar stuff hunting back in a day...very interesting thread
Originally posted by ALOSTSOUL
My Not-so-expert-opinion, you say you were smoking? could it have just been the smoke from you ciggie crossing your line of sight?
If not, was it raining? Misty? Perhaps it was just water vapor evaporating off of the buck.
Originally posted by airspoon
Did you find anything funny when dressing the animal? Did it taste any different? When it was alive, was it acting like a normal deer? It could have been fleas or parasites, sworming off the animal when they couldn't detect a heart beat.
[edit on 17-8-2010 by airspoon]
Originally posted by nh_ee
That is an awesome story but ....what kinda of cigarettes were you smoking ?! Acapulco Gold ?
Just kidding .....
I definitely believe in that as a possibility, that the soul leaves the body when we as well as any other animal dies.
This is what perpetuates the cycle of life. For that same energy will one day occupy another fetus and start the cycle all over again.
As I always mention, the legal and clinical definition of death is the lack of electrical activity in the heart and brain measured using electrical instruments called EKG.
Once we're dead, their is no more energy.
Similar to when you turn the juice off on your computer.....or kill the ignition on your car/motorcycle.
So where does the electrical energy go once we die ?
Just like you saw, it goes up into what we are told is heaven. Into the atmosphere, with all of the other electrical energy.
This same energy is why I am fairly certain that the ghost hunters can trace ghosts and their inherent energy by measuring fluctuations in electro magnetic fields.
Good story and thanks for posting that.
Thats what I come to ATS for !
Experiences like these that don't happen to all of us but can be shared amongst all of us !
Originally posted by Solofront
But what does it take for a spirit to leave its host body?
How severe a wound?
Originally posted by aliengenes
by the time the deer had expired we were no longer smoking. there was no mist or rain, it was a beautiful clear sunny day.
the deer didn't exhaust if from its mouth either. it came straight out the center of its back at the moment it quit breathing.
all the leaves were crunchy dry oak leaves