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Man, 20, Buried Alive As 'Cure'

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#16    GirlfromOz

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Posted 29 March 2013 - 11:51 AM

I can understand his situation & why the local people did what was necessary. After being electrically charged & why he was constantly the barb of electrical jokes.They figured that you have to be earthed & the only way that you can eliminate the constant positive charge that he attracts is to earth him.LMAO. Yes! I understand.!They want to create an earthing of his so called 'charge'.Good luck guys! I am sorry to say that they might just be on to something!

Edited by GirlfromOz, 29 March 2013 - 12:03 PM.


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Posted 30 March 2013 - 05:33 AM

He incurred the wrath of Zeus. I would suggest he build a small pantheon to worship Zeus.


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Posted 04 April 2013 - 04:30 PM

A man named Edwin Robinson from Falmouth, Maine,  was struck by lightning and not only was cured from blindness and deafness, he grew hair after being completely bald.  I would call that pretty much a miracle, so not all lightning strikes are bad things.  http://weekendameric...htning_strikes/

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Bob Gustavson: I'm Bob Gustavson, the pastor at Emmaus Lutheran Church in Falmouth, Maine, and Edwin Robinson was a parishioner there when I first came in 1994. Ed was a remarkable story of someone who had had an accident in his truck and lost his sight and most of his hearing and suddenly had it restored.
Robinson: He had adopted a chicken that somehow had found his way to him, and he had named the chicken Tuck-Tuck because, well, as best as he could make out, that's the sound that a chicken makes: tuck, tuck, tuck... And that's why he was out there. He was walking around the garage calling Tuck-Tuck. And the bird was inside the garage looking out at him, trying to figure out why he was out there, just standing in the rain, during a severe thunderstorm.
Gustavson: I guess it was thundering and lightning and raining and Ed was crawling around out in the backyard looking for Tuck-Tuck on his hands and knees. He finally found the bird and was struck by lightning.
Robinson: The lightning bounced off the tree and went directly into his hearing aids, and blew the hearing aids right out of his ears. The connecting wire was burned completely off. And after my dad had been hit by lightning, he lay on the ground for several minutes and he finally got up and went back in the house. My mom came over to him because he looked, you know, dazed, and he said, "I think I've been hit by lightning." And she kind of said, "Yeah, yeah, yeah," and he said, "No, really, I can read that plaque on the wall."
Gustavson: He began reading a plaque of some sort that was up on the wall. It said something like, "God can't be everywhere, that's why he created grandparents." His wife thought maybe he had just memorized it, but it turns out he was actually reading it.
Robinson: So she said, "Yeah, yeah, yeah," and "You already know what it says, so that doesn't mean a thing. How about looking at the clock over there on the wall and telling me what time it is?" And he looked at the clock and said, "It's six minutes after five." He got his sight back to 20/20. He got his hearing back. All of his life he had been completely bald and several weeks later there was hair that started to grow on his head.
Gustavson: Not only was his eyesight restored and his hearing restored, but he started to grow hair again. It's hard not to say that it's not miraculous.
Robinson: I think if you talk to anybody else that was around when this incident happened, they would say that it was actually a miracle. I guess you could say there is a bit of luck in there, yes. Otherwise, he literally should have been killed by the lightning, yes.



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Posted 04 April 2013 - 07:21 PM

View Postmoonshadow60, on 04 April 2013 - 04:30 PM, said:

A man named Edwin Robinson from Falmouth, Maine,  was struck by lightning and not only was cured from blindness and deafness, he grew hair after being completely bald.  I would call that pretty much a miracle, so not all lightning strikes are bad things.  http://weekendameric...htning_strikes/

He would also turn into a werewolf though whenever it rained on a moonlit night.

(according to my sources).

Edited by Eldorado, 04 April 2013 - 07:22 PM.





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