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Message Subject What happens after we die?
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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The wheel sorts you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75944052


That's a good way of putting it

:)
 Quoting: Centurionx


[link to www.nderf.org (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75924034


...

The object resembled a giant waterwheel lying on its side and rotating as it approached me and my vehicle. As it got closer, this didn’t take time, as we understand it. I saw that my first observation about its size was wildly inaccurate. It was more like the size of a small city. As it got closer still, I understood that all scale and distance estimates were meaningless. It was larger than what we think of as the world. As it approached me, I became aware of its power and significance. My mind interpreted this as being an up-close, giant-scale physical object.

Okay, now this part is particularly difficult to explain. As the object drew near to me, a kind of sensation came over my person and I knew exactly what this thing was. Not only that, but I knew everything that pertained to it, what it was, what it was doing, what it’s 'business' was with me, where and when I had seen it before, why I was seeing it now, and many many other things that I cannot now recall.

I had seen the object before I was born and I will see it again when I die. We all knew it before we were born. We will all see it when we die. But this information is eclipsed from us while we are alive. And that was why I was seeing it now in the experience, because I was in the process of dying in a fatal car crash.

Here’s what I can remember, as best it words can tell. This wheel wasn’t something that moved towards me through the world, or through reality somehow. That was an illusion that my senses were constructing for me. The wheel WAS reality, itself. It represented EVERY CONCEIVABLE POSSIBILITY for a life or for a world that could ever be envisioned or imagined. As it approached, I became aware that what we call our world was contained within it. It was simply one of the numberless slots or paddles in the 'water wheel.' It had always been so. My life, your life, our world, all of us - we were a part of this wheel structure and we had always been a part of this structure. It simply now made itself visible to me...

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77967733


OMG I remember this story from nderf. One of the elaborate wilder ones. Can't say it's very comforting tho tbh.


WILSON - It was one of the most interesting experiences I’ve ever read.....However it was not a NDE as b]He didn’t actually “die”. His was what is called an FDE- Fear Death Experience.

Hf
 
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