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I just want to know...
#11
Just a follow on. I was very much awake and aware and My thoughts were read and answered I remember thinking why don't you go and tell everyone as you have me?. The answer the message is being relayed all the time. Not everyone is in the right situation to receive it. I was led to believe that I was experiencing what drug users achieve but without any drugs at all. After all from my old science lessons we were told that there are receptors in the brain to receive these stimuli. Why the receptors if no stimulants? I suppose the ancients used to use hallucinogenic drugs and hence their belief systems. Another interesting thing. After an operation under a general anaesthetic I was are of being taken on a trolley back to the ward. We went into the service lift (elevator) and my nurse and a doctor in scrubs helped to push the trolley. The doctor whom I recognised also. asked the nurse for a date. She did not give him a direct answer. Next morning I asked her if she was going to take up his offer. She really freaked out. How did you know that? Has been round this morning? I told her that I had seen and heard the conversation. You were unconscious how could you have been aware of that? I described him to a T and gave the exact words used. So you see I must have been out of my body to get such an angle on things. More food for thought
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#12
I strongly believe in Heaven,Hell,purgatory,limbo,etc.As 1 person posted I'd also like to think,there is life after death.I also believe some of us do come back.These are just my thoughts.
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#13
Belief bias occurs when we make illogical conclusions in order to confirm our preexisting beliefs. Belief perseverance refers to our tendency to maintain a belief even after the evidence we used to form the belief is contradicted.
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#14
I don't know about heaven and hell. To me, they seem like artificial dogmatic beliefs.

This might not have a place here, but I'll tell it anyway. It might speak to the "after death" thing. My sister went to a psychic before Thanksgiving. She didn't really plan to, and went simply because this psychic was staying with a casual friend she knew. This friend decided to do a psychic house party. Whatever. So, my sister and another friend went to support them.

She had a reading. First part was about past lives. She didn't click with that, and was not impressed because how could anyone check this? But then, something pretty startling happened. The medium said that my sister's friend was with them, and just wanted to say hi and ask how she was. The medium said this is a woman with a beautiful smile. And she died in a fiery car crash. The fiery car crash was the kicker, because my sister lost one of her best friends in fiery car crash. How many people can say that? AND, no one there knew. It happened years ago. Her friend who had died used to like to phone and she would always say she just wanted to check and see how my sister was. They were friends in high school, then one moved to Vermont and the other to Hawaii. The medium even described the accident.

I can't explain how this happened, but she seemed to have very specific information, including my sister's foot, which was broken a couple of years ago, and still gives her a lot of pain. (She wasn't limping that day.)

Another part of this reading was her description of 7 older people who were acting rowdy and having a large backyard party and holding drinks and toasting her. They were all pretty happy, enjoying themselves and each other. One woman was trying to get my sister's attention. The medium said, "She used to buy matching jewelry, but didn't were it together." My sister blanked and said she didn't know who it was. The medium said the woman got frustrated and said, "Come ON! You know!

She didn't. Later, when she was telling her husband about this, she mentioned this. He laughed and said, "That's my mom!" Apparently, it was a big joke in his family that his mom used to buy matching pin and earrings, but never wear them at the same time. My sister didn't know that. But 7 of this generation, who were very close in life, have passed on now. One of the things that his mom said to my sister was that they were all going to hang out together and wait for her and her husband and brother in law to pass before they moved along. They seemed pretty cheerful about that.

You can say this was a good guess, or that the medium cheated somehow. But the thing with the car crash is such a long shot that it would make a bad guess, if you were trying to fool someone. I think she got something / someone. And to the person, the ones who came through seemed quite cheerful and happy.
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#15
I don't believe in a heaven, hell, purgatory, limbo, or even karma.

I do believe that we live on in some manner after death. That's partly due to personal experiences. I also think that "souls," for lack of a better term, seek their level until they can grow past it. I think it is possible that some people reincarnate, but I don't think that everyone does. I'm not sure, but perhaps it's a choice people can make.
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#16
Chaos, wasn't your dead Mother, whom you talked to, in some kind of limbo? You said one of the house spirits had to get her for you to talk with. Sounds to me, not only is there a limbo but different territories you have to cross.
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#17
Everybody thinks that they have a life time to figure it out but most likely you would have to work on it your whole life in order to know your purpose in the hereafter
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#18
Worry about being dead when your dead 'nuff said.
"Studies Show...Intelligent girls are more depressed, because they know what the world is really like.....She knows in society she's either a Devil or an Angel with no in between. She speaks in the third person, so that she can forget that she's me." ~Emily Autumn
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#19
I am a Proud and Strident Satanist.

My sworn and Eternal Enemy is christianity and specifically, the fascist regime some call the catholic church.

Hail!

The basic commonality in all the branches of Satanism is a promotion of self. All forms of Satanism claim that life exists to consume and that selfishness is a virtue. Some Satanists hold that the only existence they will ever know is here on Earth. Thus, devil worshippers live for the moment, and their creed is gluttony and debauchery.

Satanism pledges its allegiance to Satan, even while some in the Church of Satan believe that no God or devil exists. Most in the Church of Satan also believe that there is no redeemer for them or anyone else. Each person is fully responsible for the path of his own life. Still, they pray to Satan in rituals, asking for his sovereign hand to be manifest in their lives. This kind of thinking reveals the influence of lies and deceptions in their philosophy. Whether Satanists believe in him or not is irrelevant to Satan. The end result is the same—their souls are in bondage to him, and, unless God’s grace intervenes, they will experience eternity in hell.

In short, Satanism may or may not involve worshiping Satan, but it is a conscious effort to NOT worship the one true God. Romans 1 gives a clear look into the heart and motives of a Satanist. They have “depraved minds to do what ought not to be done. They have become filled with every kind of wickedness” (vv 28-29). People who have been misled by Satan into this lifestyle have a hard time understanding God’s concept of grace and freedom. Instead, they live for themselves, by themselves.

Second Peter 2 contains a warning to anyone who would follow after Satanism or any other thing rather than God: “These men are springs without water and mists driven by a storm. Blackest darkness is reserved for them. For they mouth empty, boastful words and, by appealing to the lustful desires of sinful human nature, they entice people who are just escaping from those who live in error. They promise them freedom, while they themselves are slaves of depravity” (vv. 17-19).

LOL---I LOVE this!! As I consider any derision by a christian or a believe of the lying god yahweh to be a compliment of sorts. (Usually born out of fear or, more commonly, envy of us).


Read more: http://www.gotquestions.org/satanism.html#ixzz3UsgSKHLQ
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#20
So......, have you personally seen Satan or a devil or 2?
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