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Subject:  Re: On second thought, 2828 - Small Cap Issue Date:  1/30/2013  9:16 PM
Author:  Art53 Number:  669428 of 875662

"By the way Art I've got some books on order from Amazon that you may find of interest & may be at your local library." tiscotto
"I got Proof of Heaven too. But still working on the One World Schoolhouse." - arrete


It's not any one story that "proves" life after death. It's the overwhelming abundance of evidence, more like a courtroom trial than something done in a science lab. It's the overwhelming preponderance of evidence, near death experiences, death bed visions, mystical and transcendental experiences, dreams, after death communications, etc. that point in the direction that this life is not all there is.

It's like a puzzle with a whole lot of pieces that when you stand back and look at you see a picture, and once you see the picture it's like a big "Ah-ha!" moment and you no longer see life and the world in exactly the same way anymore.

I realize it's not science. It's something else, like a courtroom trial with lots of witnesses and they all tell the same story. It's the way that NDE's say things that sound very holographic, and you wonder why? Why does what this person say match so closely what Michael Talbot wrote about in his book? It's very strange.

It's not like Evolution cares about us having an easy, quiet, or peaceful death? It doesn't improve the evolutionary fitness of the individual. It doesn't make their offspring live longer. There is no evolutionary reason that I can think of why people should have these experiences, why people in hospice should see their dead or deceased relatives coming back to greet them and tell them they are going on a trip? Evolution just doesn't care about things like that.

"I was above my body and also IN the wall. I felt that I was in the whole room at once, the whole clinic, even the whole world!" - Helga, from her NDE description,

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