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non local consciousness
 Quoting: aether


/z\ out of body experience
near death expereince
 Quoting: aether


One in ten people has an OBE once, or more commonly, several times in his or her life
 Quoting: observation


According to a Gallup poll, approximately eight million Americans claim to have had a near-death experience.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


Wow, more than I'd have guessed.
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non local consciousness
 Quoting: aether


/z\ out of body experience
near death expereince
 Quoting: aether


One in ten people has an OBE once, or more commonly, several times in his or her life
 Quoting: observation


According to a Gallup poll, approximately eight million Americans claim to have had a near-death experience.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


hmm


I would figure it would be higher than that.

I've had two...but the second was much different than the first. As I was not in any physical 'danger' if you will.

:)
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Good day everyone hf
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good morning
nice start tounge

Environmental Energy - the Discovery of a new physical Truth: there is no energy in matter other than that received from the environment.
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if this /z\ is true how could this \z/ not be true


non local consciousness
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/z\ out of body experience
near death expereince
 Quoting: aether


One in ten people has an OBE once, or more commonly, several times in his or her life
 Quoting: observation


According to a Gallup poll, approximately eight million Americans claim to have had a near-death experience.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether
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According to a Gallup poll, approximately eight million Americans claim to have had a near-death experience.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


Wow, more than I'd have guessed.
 Quoting: pi



According to a Gallup poll, approximately eight million Americans claim to have had a near-death experience.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


I would figure it would be higher than that.
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lmao
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non local consciousness
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/z\ out of body experience
near death expereince
 Quoting: aether


One in ten people has an OBE once, or more commonly, several times in his or her life
 Quoting: observation


According to a Gallup poll, approximately eight million Americans claim to have had a near-death experience.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


hmm


I would figure it would be higher than that.

I've had two...but the second was much different than the first. As I was not in any physical 'danger' if you will.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


popcorn

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Yes.

I wrote to another some days ago regarding said, and received little interest.

His request was for an interesting science experiment for his child to perform. I thought it clever. He did not.

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


Which was?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


It was in regard to how specific scents or taste can essentially cause a form of 'time travel' within memory. Propelling one backward into a clear moment of time. So clear in fact, as to almost re-live it.

I offered up the Anton vid for example.


I thought his child being young, could explore this idea with a uncommon scents of adulthood vs childhood but which is often common to both.

For example the smell of playdough or crayons.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


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that's a good one..I have a distinct recollection of the scent of purple pez..I associate a time period with it, certain emotions/sensations, and sometimes even pick up the scent on the air when a storm is coming..lol very odd.
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According to a Gallup poll, approximately eight million Americans claim to have had a near-death experience.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


Wow, more than I'd have guessed.
 Quoting: pi



According to a Gallup poll, approximately eight million Americans claim to have had a near-death experience.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


I would figure it would be higher than that.
 Quoting: Seer777


lmao
 Quoting: pi


Yes well...many keep things to themselves.

Especially, if it presses against preconceived notions or causes one to feel vulnerable to ridicule. With something of such a personal nature, even those closest to you may may turn a deaf ear.

:)

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Interesting this comes up, as I recently have been describing the one I recall with most detail to a close friend, who pops in on my thread with some frequency.

....bout, 3 pages or so, thus far. hmm None of it posted publicly yet.
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for some years in the uk our authorities have been running the following.
3 hospitals that possess isolated from all others operating theaters
these theaters are regularly and randomly without staff prior knowledge "redecorated" in odd color and symbol which express a unique design when viewed from above
the hospitals are national centers for crises patients that are expected to die imminently from out of the blue circumstances
as in: a consistent flow of people whom suddenly are most likely are going to die no matter what medical assistance is administered
the ones that do not die are two types
those that remember nothing
those that watched themselves being operated on from above


Near-death experience

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Out-of-body experience

One in ten people has an out-of-body experience once, or more commonly, several times in his or her life but scientists still know little about the phenomenon
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: aether
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interesting thought
to me people (us) have boundaries defined by aura (emotional definition)
the emotions they display within their flexible boundary (tensegrity) defines their experience of all things outside of their flexible boundary

do traditional boxes have flexible boundaries?
 Quoting: aether


if you think about it where were those people in hospital if not within their flexible boundary powered by their still living 95% conscious process within their body hence they never go more than 40 ft away
no history of consciously knowing anything about the topic they remain within average aura range's of 5 to 10 to 30 to 40 ft
mostly around the 5 to 10 ft range
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eight million?,,

interesting aether,,

one wonders.. of those whom were truly dead,, did any heal instantly before the eyes of witnesses?,,

hmmm,,

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non local consciousness
 Quoting: aether


/z\ out of body experience
near death expereince
 Quoting: aether


One in ten people has an OBE once, or more commonly, several times in his or her life
 Quoting: observation


According to a Gallup poll, approximately eight million Americans claim to have had a near-death experience.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


Wow, more than I'd have guessed.
 Quoting: pi


Depending on awareness, every moment can be construed a near death experience. ;)
The distance between any two points is infinite if you are doing it right.
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that's a good one..I have a distinct recollection of the scent of purple pez..I associate a time period with it, certain emotions/sensations, and sometimes even pick up the scent on the air when a storm is coming..lol very odd.
%
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Exactly. Something random like that.

For myself for example, the smell of purple irises. As my mother had these in the garden and I would often admire them as a child.

Whenever I smell irises now, I am propelled back standing next to the pump house around which, the iris grew.

[link to upload.wikimedia.org]


:)
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of the patients interviewed possessing memory considered accurate by our authorities as in:
saw all aspects of the color/symbol design

they possess this in common:
all felt themselves, experienced motion as in sitting, flying, hovering etc. but experienced it because they were doing it, they experience no material sensation of their doing it from our material dimension. as in:
sitting on a window ledge to them was sitting on a window ledge because the desired to and did. they did not sense the actual ledge they experience only going to it (motion) and sitting on it , they replicated it`s location and sat on it in it`s location.

they all hear sound but appear to receive sound from our material dimension via communicative intuition:as in
they see surgeons talking and know what they are saying including accents etc. but they do not experience these sounds as they do these:
the sounds that to them are heard by carried sound (wave) are unlike sound they have heard before when in body and most often are of musical tone, to them, often including trumpet like sounds etc: leading our authorities to consider the carried sounds are locational to the "dimension" they are in

all see color normally

none remember their shape, all know it was themselves of familiar shape but non remember noticing their arms or legs etc. although all know they are there: as in
they experience the same sensations of possessing their bodies but never see their bodies

none feel in both location , body in theater and themselves
all know they are no longer in their material body and experience no sensation from it at all

the time they experience is gauged by the length of time their observations took to perform and this varies from minutes to one or two hours

they experience no sense of time while out of their body

all returned into their bodies while in the theater, none know how and some regret doing so

all appear profoundly thoughtful of their experience afterwards
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Yes well...many keep things to themselves.

Especially, if it presses against preconceived notions or causes one to feel vulnerable to ridicule. With something of such a personal nature, even those closest to you may may turn a deaf ear.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Yes I have seen this... I've only described it to one person via email, and my best friend "in real life", and my younger brother.

It crosses the "line" drawn by the ego, in my experience. I would suppose that is why the subject is so "taboo".
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Depending on awareness, every moment can be construed a near death experience. ;)
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big_smile

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that's a good one..I have a distinct recollection of the scent of purple pez..I associate a time period with it, certain emotions/sensations, and sometimes even pick up the scent on the air when a storm is coming..lol very odd.
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Exactly. Something random like that.

For myself for example, the smell of purple irises. As my mother had these in the garden and I would often admire them as a child.

Whenever I smell irises now, I am propelled back standing next to the pump house around which, the iris grew.

[link to upload.wikimedia.org]


:)
 Quoting: Seer777


some songs by led zep instantly prompt me to taste the metallic taste of the acid tab(s)
relating trips to some music
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Yes well...many keep things to themselves.

Especially, if it presses against preconceived notions or causes one to feel vulnerable to ridicule. With something of such a personal nature, even those closest to you may may turn a deaf ear.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Yes I have seen this... I've only described it to one person via email, and my best friend "in real life", and my younger brother.

It crosses the "line" drawn by the ego, in my experience. I would suppose that is why the subject is so "taboo".
 Quoting: pi


Yes.

You read the story on my thread of what occurred back in September of 2011.

I attempted to tell both my mother and my brother, among others close to me, who all looked at me like I had lobsters crawling out my eyes. A complete block out.


It is one of the main reasons I have pulled away to find those of 'like Mind'.

Although, my brother is very understanding and seeks a similar path.

He texted me just yesterday complaining that he 'barely knew me anymore'. So we chatted for a bit. We both felt better after.

After all, I would have never 'got there' without him.

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some songs by led zep instantly prompt me to taste the metallic taste of the acid tab(s)
relating trips to some music
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Personally I've only ever tasted Shulgin's analogs of mescaline; 2c-E and 2c-I.

They had an odd taste, not metallic... but the memory that was a burned-in link to the taste, was instead a rather ominous feeling that I had just taken a giant leap off the diving board on the deep end. LOL

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that's a good one..I have a distinct recollection of the scent of purple pez..I associate a time period with it, certain emotions/sensations, and sometimes even pick up the scent on the air when a storm is coming..lol very odd.
%
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Exactly. Something random like that.

For myself for example, the smell of purple irises. As my mother had these in the garden and I would often admire them as a child.

Whenever I smell irises now, I am propelled back standing next to the pump house around which, the iris grew.

[link to upload.wikimedia.org]


:)
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some songs by led zep instantly prompt me to taste the metallic taste of the acid tab(s)
relating trips to some music
 Quoting: aether


oh ya that happens a lot for me with the dead..



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some songs by led zep instantly prompt me to taste the metallic taste of the acid tab(s)
relating trips to some music
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Personally I've only ever tasted Shulgin's analogs of mescaline; 2c-E and 2c-I.

They had an odd taste, not metallic... but the memory that was a burned in link to the taste, was instead a rather ominous feeling that I had just taken a giant leap off the deep end. LOL
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i never experienced an ominous tounge
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lobsters coming out of eyes
that would be an ominous

hiding
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lol


This song does it for me. But it's nagchampa I remember, which was my favorite incense in high school...



Ahh yea...that takes me back.

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lol


This song does it for me. But it's nagchampa I remember, which was my favorite incense in high school...



Ahh yea...that takes me back.

tounge
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incense works with this intro /z\ tounge

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lobsters coming out of eyes
that would be an ominous

hiding
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lmao
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some songs by led zep instantly prompt me to taste the metallic taste of the acid tab(s)
relating trips to some music
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Personally I've only ever tasted Shulgin's analogs of mescaline; 2c-E and 2c-I.

They had an odd taste, not metallic... but the memory that was a burned in link to the taste, was instead a rather ominous feeling that I had just taken a giant leap off the deep end. LOL
 Quoting: pi


i never experienced an ominous tounge
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Some people don't like 2c-E, as it is "too intense".

I think.... its about perfect. wink

lmao
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The 'meteors' are back. Streaking across the sky.

One looked like a hook, Like Fringes drawing.

WOW...It's making a complete u-turn!

huh.

k.

O.o
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The 'meteors' are back. Streaking across the sky.

One looked like a hook, Like Fringes drawing.

WOW...It's making a complete u-turn!

huh.

k.

O.o
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1rof1
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The 'meteors' are back. Streaking across the sky.

One looked like a hook, Like Fringes drawing.

WOW...It's making a complete u-turn!

huh.

k.

O.o
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damned

hiding
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Perhaps they are military jets. As passenger jets do not fly over the ocean out here and could not maneuver like that.

hmm
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