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What happens at the moment of death ?
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Author:  MYSTERYMAN [ Thu Jan 06, 2011 8:41 am ]
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Lauralicious wrote:
There is a new National Geographic documentary that just came to Netflix streaming called "The Moment of Death". I haven't watched it yet, but it looks interesting.

I also read a book, 90 Minutes in Heaven, about a dude who died instantly in a car crash, and then was resuscitated.

I wonder how much the experience that people have when they die and come back is based on their religious or other beliefs.

I think it's really interesting that so many people report having an out-of-body experience of death where they are floating above and watching everything that's going on. At the same time, though, I tend to have my most realistic and memorable dreams in third person, so I'm not sure how I would be able to tell a dream based on what I might aurally experience around me from actually viewing something from above. I guess for me, it would largely depend on how detailed the description of events was.

I am convinced of reincarnation, because i remember from early childhood ,a feeling that i had been given another life,that i had lived before . Why would a small child think of something like that ? :?

Author:  jboston [ Thu Jan 06, 2011 9:59 am ]
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I am convinced of reincarnation, because i remember from early childhood ,a feeling that i had been given another life,that i had lived before . Why would a small child think of something like that ? :?


That is very interesting.

My wife works as a nanny and when the little girl she watches was very young she said: " When I was older I had a motorcycle". I thought that it was funny but it really got me thinking.

I tend to agree with the idea that children are more inclined to experience things that are paranormal, have memories of past lives, etc. I think it's because they have yet to be contaminated with the restraints of "common-sense".

Accounts that I have read from around the world lead me to believe that there is an afterlife and reincarnation. Though I have no problem with the idea of an afterlife the whole reincarnation thing bothers me a bit. At this point I would find it difficult to want to come back. Maybe as a ladies bicycle seat...HI-YO!!!!!!!! (Credit to Jackie Mason from Caddieshack 2)

Author:  MYSTERYMAN [ Thu Jan 06, 2011 10:18 am ]
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jboston wrote:
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I am convinced of reincarnation, because i remember from early childhood ,a feeling that i had been given another life,that i had lived before . Why would a small child think of something like that ? :?


That is very interesting.

My wife works as a nanny and when the little girl she watches was very young she said: " When I was older I had a motorcycle". I thought that it was funny but it really got me thinking.

I tend to agree with the idea that children are more inclined to experience things that are paranormal, have memories of past lives, etc. I think it's because they have yet to be contaminated with the restraints of "common-sense".

Accounts that I have read from around the world lead me to believe that there is an afterlife and reincarnation. Though I have no problem with the idea of an afterlife the whole reincarnation thing bothers me a bit. At this point I would find it difficult to want to come back. Maybe as a ladies bicycle seat...HI-YO!!!!!!!! (Credit to Jackie Mason from Caddieshack 2)

:shock: Depends on the lady !!! LOL. I sure don't want to be sat on by Oprah or Rosanne Barr !!!! :cry: :x :P

Author:  jasonbaroody [ Thu Jan 06, 2011 6:10 pm ]
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Author:  Lauralicious [ Thu Jan 06, 2011 7:43 pm ]
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Ugh, just a heads up- I just turned on that Moment of Death movie, and it starts with very graphic open heart surgery. Barfo.

I just finished this other book called Soul Survivor, about a kid who remembers his past life as a WWII fighter pilot. It sounds like a LOT of kids have memories of "when they were older". Interesting!

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