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Non Believers can explain NDEs by comparing it to DMT and Hallucinating, but can you explain SDE? Shared Death Experience

 
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Non Believers can explain NDEs by comparing it to DMT and Hallucinating, but can you explain SDE? Shared Death Experience
A shared death experience is a phenomena that has been spoken about with NDE but never really gained the same popularity and exposure as NDE testimonies.

For those of you who dont know what it is, its when a person dies and someone in the same room with them sees and experience the same thing as the person thats dying but from a 3rd person perspective. They see the person dying going into the white light, they see the person dying with a deceased loved one, they see the black void...

Let me guess, they were all getting high in the same room to experience the same thing right?
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Have not heard of this. Interesting. Having experienced an NDE I am certainly curious about your topic
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Re: Non Believers can explain NDEs by comparing it to DMT and Hallucinating, but can you explain SDE? Shared Death Experience
I have visited the spirit realm and been warned to stay away.

We are souls in human flesh.

Anyone trying to say otherwise doesn't understand or is just brainwashed by their science religion.
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Re: Non Believers can explain NDEs by comparing it to DMT and Hallucinating, but can you explain SDE? Shared Death Experience
I had an experience similar to this. But I was not in the same room, I was miles away, in another city. My brother died of heart attack at 44 in 2006. On this day, I suffered from severe chest pain and severe distress during the night, at which time he was dying, around 4 am. It was such a pain that I screamed and cried, as if someone was putting a knife in my heart, I never had such a strong pain, this lasted about 40 seconds and passed and I went back to sleep, but with a very strange feeling. That day I got up depressed and distressed, only then did I receive the call that my brother had died, at the exact moment I felt the pain.
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There have been 1000's of NDE's and they all describe it as the most Alive they've ever been. They remember it vividly for the rest of their natural life. DMT? I think not.

Exactly how, in a Darwin evilution , do our brains develop an end of life program to calm and sedate us? Again. I think not.
I don't have the time or the crayons to explain this to you.



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Re: Non Believers can explain NDEs by comparing it to DMT and Hallucinating, but can you explain SDE? Shared Death Experience
A shared death experience is a phenomena that has been spoken about with NDE but never really gained the same popularity and exposure as NDE testimonies.

For those of you who dont know what it is, its when a person dies and someone in the same room with them sees and experience the same thing as the person thats dying but from a 3rd person perspective. They see the person dying going into the white light, they see the person dying with a deceased loved one, they see the black void...

Let me guess, they were all getting high in the same room to experience the same thing right?
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How about something like the rules of evidence to support this kind of claim?

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Where else is a dead persons thoughts going to drift into but the nearest thoughtless persons mind?
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I have visited the spirit realm and been warned to stay away.

We are souls in human flesh.

Anyone trying to say otherwise doesn't understand or is just brainwashed by their science religion.
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Sounds unfriendly. When you die or or have NDE or OBE you are there in the spirit realm regardless. They’ll just have to deal with it.
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Re: Non Believers can explain NDEs by comparing it to DMT and Hallucinating, but can you explain SDE? Shared Death Experience
My friend was hit by a train bringing her 14 year old son to school. He was killed and she mangled. While so-called unconscious, she was able to walk him to the light and say goodbye.





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