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A Split Second Before Death?

 
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A Split Second Before Death?
Anyone ever watch the X-Files show where kids that died tragically were scooped up (their souls were I guess) and taken out of there right before their death, so they wouldn't feel the pain? I know this was on a long time ago, but how many think it could be true?
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02/24/2013 12:49 AM
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Re: A Split Second Before Death?
They gave the kids anesthetics?
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02/24/2013 01:44 AM
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I don't recall that particular "X-Files" episode, but I do remember a show called "Dead Like Me" with the same premise.
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I was reading another thread about out of body experiences, and it seems like in a few cases, people felt themselves leave their body before an accident, and were watching it from above.....just made me think of that X-Files story....and wondered if that was based on something a little more "real" than just the plot of some show. Thanks for your responses!
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I almost drowned once when I was a kid.

At first I panicked and fought like hell. Near the end, I stopped struggling and actually felt euphoric, like higher than the highest kite in the world euphoria.

Even though I was not suicidal at all and did not want to die, the moment I was truly at death's door, I thought "wow, this isn't so bad" and even found myself really looking forward to dying.

Then my sister found me and pulled me out of the water...
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I almost drowned once when I was a kid.

At first I panicked and fought like hell. Near the end, I stopped struggling and actually felt euphoric, like higher than the highest kite in the world euphoria.

Even though I was not suicidal at all and did not want to die, the moment I was truly at death's door, I thought "wow, this isn't so bad" and even found myself really looking forward to dying.

Then my sister found me and pulled me out of the water...
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Wow, that was amazing. Thank you for sharing.
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02/24/2013 02:25 AM
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I remember after 911 some channeled informtion said the people that jumped were taken out of their bodies immediately after they jumped.
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02/24/2013 02:32 AM
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This is also reason there was a mix-up and subsequent plot of the movie "Chances are".
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Extreme trauma can create an OBE, So in some cases yes.
Many cases of OBE's during torture.

If death is fairly quick i would presume they would leave slightly after as you shock would be alleviating pain anyway.
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I almost drowned once when I was a kid.

At first I panicked and fought like hell. Near the end, I stopped struggling and actually felt euphoric, like higher than the highest kite in the world euphoria.

Even though I was not suicidal at all and did not want to die, the moment I was truly at death's door, I thought "wow, this isn't so bad" and even found myself really looking forward to dying.

Then my sister found me and pulled me out of the water...
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Thanks for sharing,glad you're okay...
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02/24/2013 11:59 AM
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Re: A Split Second Before Death?
Anyone ever watch the X-Files show where kids that died tragically were scooped up (their souls were I guess) and taken out of there right before their death, so they wouldn't feel the pain? I know this was on a long time ago, but how many think it could be true?
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LOLZ!
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I almost drowned once when I was a kid.

At first I panicked and fought like hell. Near the end, I stopped struggling and actually felt euphoric, like higher than the highest kite in the world euphoria.

Even though I was not suicidal at all and did not want to die, the moment I was truly at death's door, I thought "wow, this isn't so bad" and even found myself really looking forward to dying.

Then my sister found me and pulled me out of the water...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31625978


Usually when I faint, and I do faint a lot, it does feel like Dying I guess, and everytime I come back it's as if coming back from a dream, I don't even know where I am because I am still back in that dream state, and the feeling is always of "damn I wish I hadn't come back".
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02/24/2013 12:04 PM
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I always thought that God would pull us out our body's right before tragedy.
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I always thought that God would pull us out our body's right before tragedy.
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Well but think it this way, dying is the end of consciousness. If someone would be torturing to death you wouldn't be as concerned as with death itself but with the end of agony. The point is, how long does the body lasts conscious while suffering until it finally shuts itself out? Sometimes a lot of resistance can be a bad thing I guess. No one should fear death, but agony is to be feared.
"White privilege" is the liberal religion's version of Original Sin: you are born guilty, and you carry that burden of guilt all your life, and the only way to escape eternal damnation is for white people confess their sin, to bow, kneel and believe the dogma of the Church of Liberalism, genuflect at its altars, honor its saints, fill the collection plate, and never, ever doubt.

-- Dixon Diaz

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