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#16    whitelight

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 12:21 AM

seventeen posts in seventeen days ... I'll bite.  Sheet happens!  Whatever it is happens on it's time.  You'll see what you are supposed to see.  That's it.


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Posted 04 November 2012 - 01:08 AM

View Postwhitelight, on 04 November 2012 - 12:21 AM, said:

seventeen posts in seventeen days ... I'll bite.  Sheet happens!  Whatever it is happens on it's time.  You'll see what you are supposed to see.  That's it.

I don't get the first part.


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Posted 04 November 2012 - 03:54 PM

View Postskydivingstars, on 03 November 2012 - 03:18 AM, said:

I apologize in advance because this may be kind of a long post. but I could really use some help. I started becoming very interested in the paranormal after my dad passed away when I was 19. I'm 26 now and for all this time, I keep hoping that I see something, feel something...to just get some kind of sign or proof of an afterlife. The only experience I've had was once on the queen mary, I almost passed out in the boiler room, I became very faint and started swaying back and forth, I had to grab onto my godfather and as on as I left the room, I was fine. The tour guide said that some people have that feeling in that room. That was the only thing that could have been perceived as 'paranormal'. I am incredibly disappointed because other spots that are supposedly haunted, I've been to, some more than once, and I've seen and felt nothing.

I'm starting to become so, so discouraged. I want to believe in an afterlife, I want to believe that my dad went somewhere where he's happy, I want to experience the afterlife while I'm still on this side. I want to be able to make contact or just see something, anything, but I can't seem to discover anything.

My husband just keeps saying that once you die, that's it. there's nothing else after this. For whatever reason, I refuse to believe that.

Am I just too desperate to see something? If I stop hoping, stop researching, then will I finally get what I'm looking for?

I feel so let down because I had such high hopes and no matter what I do, I get nothing.

What do I do? Ouji boards are out, I know better than to try one of those but I am definitely open to suggestions here.  
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Posted 04 November 2012 - 07:46 PM

In 2008 an American doctor had what can only be described as a visit to the afterlife whilst in a coma.

The sceptics may say that all he experienced was a dream - yet at the time he had no brain activity so, as far as we know, dreaming was all but impossible.  The part of the brain that controls thought and emotion and that in essence makes us human had shut down.  For all intents and purposes he was dead.

Whilst being almost what we would describe as being dead he went to a place which can only be described as heaven.  It looked like the countryside.  It was astoundingly beautiful.  He realised he was travelling on the wing of a butterfly and the butterfly was one of many flying in a long swarm.  On the butterfly wing next to him was a beautiful young woman, whom he believed was his guardian angel.  The woman told him that, in this place, he is loved very deeply and unconditionally.  He noticed pink clouds in the sky and, above them, beautiful beings flying through the sky.  They seemed to be angels.  They were singing astonishingly beautiful hyms and left trails of gold and silver behind them.  Each bush and tree that he flew over suddenly burst into bloom.  Eventually he meant some sort of light, which he believed to be God, and he felt an immense amount of love radiating from it.


He says:

'There is no scientific explanation for the fact that while my body lay in coma, my mind - my conscious, inner self - was alive and well,' he wrote.

He entered a 'place of clouds - big, puffy and pink-white,' filled with butterflies and angel-like creatures that were 'simply different from anything I have known on this planet. They were more advanced. Higher forms.'

He heard 'a sound, huge and booming like a glorious chant, came down from above,' providing him with a sense of joy and awe.

A beautiful young woman accompanied him. 'She was young. She had high cheekbones and deep-blue eyes. Golden brown tresses framed her lovely face.'

Alexander admits his description might sound far-fetched but he is convinced it was 'not some fantasy, passing and insubstantial.



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Posted 04 November 2012 - 08:45 PM

View Postskydivingstars, on 03 November 2012 - 03:18 AM, said:

I apologize in advance because this may be kind of a long post. but I could really use some help. I started becoming very interested in the paranormal after my dad passed away when I was 19. I'm 26 now and for all this time, I keep hoping that I see something, feel something...to just get some kind of sign or proof of an afterlife. The only experience I've had was once on the queen mary, I almost passed out in the boiler room, I became very faint and started swaying back and forth, I had to grab onto my godfather and as on as I left the room, I was fine. The tour guide said that some people have that feeling in that room. That was the only thing that could have been perceived as 'paranormal'. I am incredibly disappointed because other spots that are supposedly haunted, I've been to, some more than once, and I've seen and felt nothing.

I'm starting to become so, so discouraged. I want to believe in an afterlife, I want to believe that my dad went somewhere where he's happy, I want to experience the afterlife while I'm still on this side. I want to be able to make contact or just see something, anything, but I can't seem to discover anything.

My husband just keeps saying that once you die, that's it. there's nothing else after this. For whatever reason, I refuse to believe that.

Am I just too desperate to see something? If I stop hoping, stop researching, then will I finally get what I'm looking for?

I feel so let down because I had such high hopes and no matter what I do, I get nothing.

What do I do? Ouji boards are out, I know better than to try one of those but I am definitely open to suggestions here.  


Try asking for a sign that only you and your Dad would know.When my Dad died right after I asked for signs, to many to go into and I don`t know if they were all just concidences but they sure did come true right after I had asked for them.  The last sign really convinced me.  I said  Dad  remenber when we were kids you use to put coins in our shoes before you went off to work, if your aware would you put some coins in by shoe.  I told no one, so a  few days later and had forgotten all about it , I went to put my shoes on and I saw some coins laying by my shoe, I asked hubby did you dropped any coins and he said no,and no one had come into the house for weeks.So I put them on and went to my daughter house I felt something in my shoe, I took my shoe off and there was a nickel and a dime in my shoe. :)

Edited by docyabut2, 04 November 2012 - 08:50 PM.


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Posted 05 November 2012 - 09:03 AM

Thank you so much for all of your useful advice, guys. It sincerely means a whole lot to get positive feedback and not be made fun of for wanting to believe in whatever comes after this. I know I'll be a skeptic until the day I die, and I won't ever know all about what's going to happen after I'm gone, but it's nice to know that I'm not the only one who wonders and never seems to get results.


Hopefully once I stop looking, that's when it'll come to me but even then, I do believe my dad is somewhere safe and happy. Thanks so much again. :)





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