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breeld   posted:11/11/2013 1:59:44 PM  (Reply)
I lost a very close friend this past weekend. He had other complications after a knee surgery.
His sister called me this morning, and was telling me about when he was near death. She was down
the hall (at the hosp), and he started saying "Mama" loudly. She and a nurse rushed to his room.
She said "I`m here, Greg-it`s me, your sister". He looked in her eyes and said "My mama was in this
room with me". He died shortly afterwards.
So, I guess what I put this on here for is to see if anyone besides me honestly believes deceased loved
ones come back to help them transition. I`ve read about this so many times, it has to be real. At least
for me, it is.

ZimplyParanormal   posted:11/11/2013 3:12:28 PM  (Reply)
I completely believe you. People have witnessed things like this since the beginning of time. They cant all be wrong. My condolences to you and your family.
breeld   posted:11/11/2013 6:27:21 PM  (Reply)
Thanks, ZimplyP- I know some people say it`s only hallucinations, but it happens
too many times for it to be that, in my opinion. Just like the light at the end
of a tunnel that so many see in NDE`s. Why would so many people hallucinate the same things?
bobprin   posted:11/12/2013 8:10:22 AM  (Reply)
Sorry to hear about your friend. Yes, these things are real. One of my family members was near death, with family members present. She kept looking to the left and asked her daughter to move because she couldn't see her daddy standing behind her. Her father had died 30 years previously. My aunt would not lie about such a thing.
breeld   posted:11/12/2013 12:07:38 PM  (Reply)
Another man I knew was comatose-pancreatic cancer. He couldn`t move. As he was dying, he looked up and smiled and raised his arms to greet someone that no one else could see.
bobprin-I`ve read about this so many times-but it still amazes me when I hear things like you just said. I wonder if there is a book on these anecdotes of deathbed vision. Hmmm-guess I need to google it.
Since these people were obviously prepared to die-I`m wondering if in cases of suicide, there is someone to meet them, too.
gary107   posted:11/12/2013 6:50:16 PM  (Reply)
it is possible that the human mind does what is necessary to make the individual feel less pain as the condition comes to an end.
bobprin   posted:11/12/2013 7:05:25 PM  (Reply)
Death, being the final experience could well be glorious. I would hope a guiding spirit would be on hand for every death especially suicides when the soul needs guidence the most.
gary107   posted:11/12/2013 10:32:31 PM  (Reply)
when Alice died at the age of 99 years I am told she suffered great pain, as if out living her son by 13 years was not enough.
LincolnGenghis   posted:11/13/2013 1:21:19 AM  (Reply)

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breeld  posted:11/12/2013 12:07:38 PM  (Reply)
Another man I knew was comatose-pancreatic cancer. He couldn`t move. As he was dying, he looked up and smiled and raised his arms to greet someone that no one else could see.
bobprin-I`ve read about this so many times-but it still amazes me when I hear things like you just said. I wonder if there is a book on these anecdotes of deathbed vision. Hmmm-guess I need to google it.
Since these people were obviously prepared to die-I`m wondering if in cases of suicide, there is someone to meet them, too.
Well I can offer this one up on suicides, and its maybe not exactly what your wondering but
at may dads passing after a long bout of illness, in the last minutes before his death he said his sister was there to get him and he was talking to her for a bit before he left. His sister (My aunt)
had died many years earlier by suicide.
breeld   posted:11/13/2013 6:34:48 AM  (Reply)
Thank you, bobprin and LincolnGhengis. I guess you figured out what I was referring to.
There`s just so much we don`t know, and won`t know till we get to that point ourselves. BUT
reading all these things you`re saying just makes me want to hear more!
I`ve read of one case where a lady saw her deceased father and sister-yet no one had told her that her sister had died, since this lady was in such bad shape, herself. I don`t believe it`s simply the mind trying to make it easier for you.
gary107   posted:11/13/2013 9:04:09 AM  (Reply)
deathbed visions make life appear to be some sort of amusement ride with relatives waiting when you get off at the end.
breeld   posted:11/13/2013 10:34:27 AM  (Reply)
gary-I`ve never heard it expressed that way, but, yeah, sounds about right.
gary107   posted:11/13/2013 11:14:31 AM  (Reply)
when her father died a dog came out of the boomdocks on Guam and befriended her for a few days and then was gone.
when her mother died she said she dreamed she returned and they talked together for hours one night in the front room.
LincolnGenghis   posted:11/14/2013 1:36:55 AM  (Reply)

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breeld  posted:11/13/2013 6:34:48 AM  (Reply)
Thank you, bobprin and LincolnGhengis. I guess you figured out what I was referring to.
There`s just so much we don`t know, and won`t know till we get to that point ourselves. BUT
reading all these things you`re saying just makes me want to hear more!
I`ve read of one case where a lady saw her deceased father and sister-yet no one had told her that her sister had died, since this lady was in such bad shape, herself. I don`t believe it`s simply the mind trying to make it easier for you.
Well you know if it all was some delusion then why is it always somebody that has previously passed
that is related to the person that shows up in the final momments? If it was all a delusion why
would the people never see someone else. Like a still living family member that just was not present, a
a sports hero, a famous person or fuck for that matter why not scooby doo?

The look on my dads face when he was talking to my aunt was the happiest I had seen him in a long
time. I could only hear one side of the conversation but I was happy to know that my aunt was doing
ok. He was her older brother and had always looked out for her when they were growing up so I guess it was
her turn to to return the favor.


Now for me if scooby did show up in the mystery machine with daphne half naked riding in the back and holding a pound of weed I might have to tell whatever relative shows up for me to "hold that thought
for about a couple hours while I go for a cruise because I have a Mystery to solve I will catch up with you later" :)



bobprin   posted:11/14/2013 5:57:52 AM  (Reply)
Now thats a symbolic picture! Cough, cough, a real scooby snack!
gary107   posted:11/14/2013 7:27:44 AM  (Reply)
it also appears to be relatives who we have business with that needs to be resolved. someone we can talk to.
breeld   posted:11/14/2013 9:31:43 AM  (Reply)
Good luck on that, LincolnGhengis-Daphne, that is.
Yeah, all the stories you hear about the deathbed visions, the dying are simply happy, visiting with loved ones. At least, I haven`t heard of one that wasn`t. I know it felt good to you to see your daddy at peace, talking to his sister. That eases my mind a lot on questions I had about suicides. Thanks for that.
gary107   posted:11/14/2013 12:59:59 PM  (Reply)
Queenie, suicide is a sin against God and life itself. stay seated until the ride car comes to a complete stop, no jumping out before hand.
gary107   posted:11/14/2013 1:01:02 PM  (Reply)
who did the cartoon art work?
LincolnGenghis   posted:11/14/2013 4:53:08 PM  (Reply)

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gary107  posted:11/14/2013 12:59:59 PM  (Reply)
Queenie, suicide is a sin against God and life itself. stay seated until the ride car comes to a complete stop, no jumping out before hand.
Gary sometimes shit happens that is beyond peoples
control. Do you really think it always leads to hellfire and
damnation? You sound like the catholic church when they
Tried to refuse a proper funeral an burial at a catholic
cemetary for my aunt because of the circumstances of
her death.

I was a kid when that was going on but I
did see the churches position change overnight
on that prticular funeral after a couple cousins
paid the priest a visit in that small town to discuss
it. 48 hours later there was one full catholic funeral. :)
I don't know what they said , did or had on that priest
but he did act very nervous at the reception when he got
around those two, and really tossed back some whiskey.

Gary if you research the churches position on suicide from
a historical standpoint you will see that it was politically
motivated to outlaw suicide and make a damnable offence.
They may have had some good intentions at the time demonizing
It the way they did but in truth the " your automatically damned if
You commit suicide" was not part of the original christian package.

The reason for that rule getting put in place was to stop all the fanatical
Christians from purposely trying to martyre themselves in effect trying
to take the quick direct pathway to god. They were losing all their people.
You can research that yourself but I am not making that up.

Suicide is stupid , a waste and an insult but it is not necessarily a damning
offence.






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