Near Death Experience

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The tunnel is a vermin trap baited with light and love.

 


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I had an NDE back in 1992.

I had an NDE back in 1992. It was nothing like what theists have described.


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I've had 4 NDE's. I was too

I've had 4 NDE's. I was too busy trying to stay alive to look for light tunnels at the time though.

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Vastet wrote:I've had 4

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I've had 4 NDE's. I was too busy trying to stay alive to look for light tunnels at the time though.

I am sure New Yorkers hate tunnels during rush hour. Not saying you are from NY but city traffic is a bitch.

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I have had plenty of "far

I have had plenty of "far from death" experiences, in fact I have them every day I am not dead.

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Brian37 wrote:I am sure New

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I am sure New Yorkers hate tunnels during rush hour. Not saying you are from NY but city traffic is a bitch.

LOL. The Lincoln tunnel is the worst.

My home state of New Jersey has a big problem with toll booths.

I used to damn near carry a purse full of change with me, there were so many of them.

Years ago, I had a visitor that asked me "WTF is up with New Jersey and all of these left turns and toll booths? HOW DO YOU GET OUT OF THIS STATE?"

To which I replied : "Very easy. Just take a left turn and head for the next tollbooth" Smiling

That is one of the things about my home state that I do not miss.

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I am sure New Yorkers hate tunnels during rush hour. Not saying you are from NY but city traffic is a bitch.

LOL. The Lincoln tunnel is the worst.

My home state of New Jersey has a big problem with toll booths.

I used to damn near carry a purse full of change with me, there were so many of them.

Years ago, I had a visitor that asked me "WTF is up with New Jersey and all of these left turns and toll booths? HOW DO YOU GET OUT OF THIS STATE?"

To which I replied : "Very easy. Just take a left turn and head for the next tollbooth" Smiling

That is one of the things about my home state that I do not miss.

I grew up in Northern Va. Traffic back then was a bitch. But since I have gone to the sticks and to hear locals here bitch about traffic is a joke.

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None those namby-pamby candy-azz descriptions of NDEs.

 No boredom allowed !!

 None of those namby-pamby descriptions of NDEs (smirk).

 Re:: The unmitigated brutality cubed (to the third power) That's the good stuff

 

Marty Hamrick wrote:

I had an NDE back in 1992. It was nothing like what theists have described.

 

  Personally, I dont want to hear about the bland  light at the end of the tunnel  brain shutting down namby-pamby candy-azz descriptions of NDEs. I do want to hear the rather lengthy descriptions of demons and smoke and giant black iron cauldrons frying your tuckus/fanny (with extra cajun spice) for billions of years. Mainly your unmitigated brutality cubed (to the third power) That's the good stuff 

 

 

 

 

 


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  Personally, I dont want to hear about the bland  light at the end of the tunnel  brain shutting down namby-pamby candy-azz descriptions of NDEs. I do want to hear the rather lengthy descriptions of demons and smoke and giant black iron cauldrons frying your tuckus/fanny (with extra cajun spice) for billions of years. Mainly your unmitigated brutality cubed (to the third power) That's the good stuff 

 

Yes, yes, YES! (pounds shoe on desk for emphasis)

That's made my day.

Bring it on.

 

 


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I was once

 

 

climbing up Nellie's Glen to Katoomba and had what I thought was an NDE. Everything went white and started fragmenting and I knew I was dying. But it was just me hyperventilating after backpacking Mini Saddle and the Black Ridge and back...in 3 days.  

 

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  Ae that is some awesome

  Ae that is some awesome looking terrain. Very scenic.


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Looks like Southern Alberta,

Looks like Southern Alberta, but with trees.

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harleysportster wrote:That

harleysportster wrote:

That is one of the things about my home state that I do not miss.

don't you miss the e street band?  greetings from asbury park, nj is one of my favorite albums of all time.  "spirit in the night" was my theme song during the summer of 2003.

"I asked my father,
I said, 'Father change my name.'
The one I'm using now it's covered up
with fear and filth and cowardice and shame."
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iwbiek wrote:don't you miss

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don't you miss the e street band?  greetings from asbury park, nj is one of my favorite albums of all time.  "spirit in the night" was my theme song during the summer of 2003.

When I hear the name Asbury Park, I think of that abandoned amusement park that was the stuff of many myths and urban legends.

Although I do like that album.

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All these powers .. and I couldn't even save YOU :(

Re ::  All these powers .. and I couldn't even save YOU    Still  .. Once together  I have come  'to give you a future and a hope'!

 

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Off-site --   And so a day closer to a real opportunity to pursue the dream and vision, which is a necessity (and not merely meant as-a pursuit or flattery). Though if I were you, precious one, yes, you should be flattered, I'd think. Waiting on you obviously. So that's all I can do right now  is wait, sorry!  By-the-way  Btw,  all anyone can glean from any of this, is one's  real personality being shown. (The rest is crazy,  crazy like a fox).

 




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 Must see video link, from the 1978 movie version of superman, the famous scene where he turns back time . . .

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjgsnWtBQm0

 

    All these powers and I couldn't even save YOU ~ Superman (1978)

 

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  Still  .. Once together  I have come  'to give you a future and a hope'!

 

 

 For me,  I do eagerly impatiently look forward to finally hearing from you!

 

  Sorry I have yet to make you feel comfortable but there where you are, it's kind of hard to anticipate or expect what sending heartfelt sentiments would do. You tell me! Another additional reason to have to wait,  [and]  so I wait. 
 

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    Exclusively  Off-site -- Like in the song  (We will) Share our secret worlds . .  I dont want to say but  If you've never received adequate warning, it only will lead to untold anguish UNLESS I AM MISSING SOMETHING. I mean, Your destiny can preserve your life by helping you deal with the outcomes through unique individual(s) placed in your path. It's all on its' way . . . try not to miss it, this unlikely lifelong blessing (smile)

 


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Elders ... ''Fifteen puzzle'' (the word; and victorian idiom)

Re :: Ensure the safe passage (QUESTION MARK) ? Okay ?!?? Maybe you don't have the whole picture nor have you ever ?!??

 

  Please excuse the over sensativeness and outright defensiveness of the tone of this. Although, there the elders go again .. it would become more outrageous, one specifically stated that the term lust even entered into the equation, EVEN with/by a certain preacher's outright suggestions, though having confirmed SOME are naturally less inclined!!


 

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  The natural assumption is the appeal is based on the all too common arousal of genuine enticements or being enticed away by some questionable desires. I for one would like to see barely-known acquaintance was not to be bewildered or terrified by what is natural. Assuming Elders don't get frustrated and impatient, our job is to be willing vessels with open hearts for the tweaking, looking for the green light in the walk for a more perfect time.

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>  For who knows a person's thoughts except their own spirit within them??

   According to the holy bible, :: 

 

  For who knows a person's thoughts except their own spirit within them?  0r what man knows the things of a man except the spirit of the man which is in him?

 





  post script -- Track record for the elders (Again,  0ff-site)
  Attn. To  :: Elders ...   Do not read the next sentence, for pity sake do not read what I'm about to say ::   I tried to warn you  to stop reading everything in isolation!  ''Fifteen puzzle'' the word; and the victorian/edwardian idiom, thereby meant in the phrase of: Fifteen puzzle. Off-site knows, the cryptic reference! You need the correction at this point, I think I am in my rights to at least vehemently disagree with the Elders' mistaken notions about the whole thing!! Btw, who was this addressed to again?!??