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PostPosted: Thu Dec 23, 2004 10:19 pm 
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Tell me! Before your first dream you hadn't just watched the Matrix. Seems very similar to me?


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 27, 2004 11:19 pm 
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After watching the Matrix I could not believe that pod bit, my experience first happend a few years before the film. I must admit I am prone to dream ideas that later end up in films, maybe my NDE with cancer has left me with a gift. I will also be writing of my UFO knowledge, and Im waiting on an inside contact for info. It will all come out soon anyway in around 4 to 5 years.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 29, 2004 8:52 pm 
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Well as this is an NDE page certain "data" can be life threatening, we 'are' held back for a good reason. We got greedy and forgot the big picture, but then with the world as it is today its easy to do so. Here in Wales (UK) a coleage of mine was sent to photograph a Roswell type scene, from this experience many of us now are firm believers in the term 'Angels'. Maybe this could be a new topic? Everyone has the freedom to learn.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 03, 2005 2:22 am 
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The matrix was out for a few years before it came out as a film, it came from japan.

the japanese had a series in cartoon form and then a film later on before we got our hands on it.

We have had it on out t.v.'s for a few years but it was called something else, i can't remember what.

you may of seen or read it in a comic of even on t.v. it was well aired.

But if you know for sure you did not then may be you are having some sort of psychic experience wo knows.....

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 6:13 am 
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Can I ask why you think it will be out in 4-5 years?

Is this about the changing of ages?
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 25, 2007 5:56 am 
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yep,i too would be interested in your next 5 yrs statement....
Also, when you awake, from yer dream, is there any strong emotion you are feeling?dispair, or sadness,elation like itsall ok after all?what?
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 07, 2007 9:58 pm 
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[b][i]Here's my NDE experience, or as close as I came to one in my 61 years on this Earth.[/i][/b]
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[b][i]It was early Spring of 1951. I was admitted to the Camden hospital in Camden, NJ, about thirty miles North of my hometown of Penns Grove, NJ. I was about five years old and one sick little puppy.[/i][/b]
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[b][i]As I entered the hospital, being carried by my mother, who also rode in the ambulance with me from Penns Grove, I was carried through a doorway and laid upon a cold, but clean, gurney. I was immediately stripped of clothes, swathed with Betadine (a stinky red antiseptic) from pate to the end of my toes, rolled on my side with three attendants holding me firmly to the gurney and immediately given a spinal tap. A while later it was confirmed that I had polio and I was admitted. It would be several months before I would return home.[/i][/b]
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[b][i]At the time of admittance, I was feverish and somewhat delirious. When delirious from fever, time, as we know it, passes quite differently. I could not swallow, couldn't move any part of my body below my neck and was in a great deal of pain from all over. [/i][/b]
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[b][i]Days passed and the fever worsened, as did the delirium. One day I woke up with a killer headache. I had never experienced anything like it before in my short life. I desperately wanted to get away from the headache, but had no idea as to how to go about it.[/i][/b]
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[b][i]The pain worsened and I began to think about the possibility of dying. What was it like to be dead? I couldn't talk, so I couldn't ask anyone. Besides, everyone was so busy they would not have had time to answer me. The open ward was full of hundreds of beds with sick people. The smell was horrible.[/i][/b]
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[b][i]It finally occurred to me that being dead was being unalive. I was unalive before I was born, I concluded. If it was like that, it wouldn't be so bad. I decided that dying would be okay. The delirum worsened. I could no longer think coherently. I remember seeing lights, faces, hearing voices, noises of clanking steel trays and carts flooded my senses. Everything was enveloped in a hot, fog-like mist.[/i][/b]
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[b][i]The headache was unrelenting. I wanted to vomit from the pain. I finally decided that it would be better to die than to live like this. I surrendered. Blackness.[/i][/b]
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[b][i]The next thing I knew I was awake. The headache was gone, as was the delirium. Everything was so crisp and fresh - images, sounds and smells. Even as a child, I knew that I had made it through the crisis. I would live. But I still couldn't move...[/i][/b]
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2007 3:28 am 
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When I was very, very young I had pneumonia. This was in the day when doctors made house calls to people who had no way of getting to town to be seen or treated. I remember Dr. Pearson giving me a shot and some kind of pill - probably sulfa. He walked into the other room shaking his head, telling my grandparents that, "If you lives through the night, she'll be all right."

I was too young and too sick to care much about that comment, altho I must have realized it was important enough to remember, all these years later.

Sometime during the night I woke up and there was a light so bright, I couldn't really open my eyes to see what it was.

By dawn my fever had broken, and I was hungry. But aside from the bright light, I have no memory of something, or going somewhere.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2007 11:21 am 
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[b][i]I for one, but undoubtedly am among many, are glad that you made it, Tweaked.[/i][/b]
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[b][i]While I didn't see the white light and speak with dead relatives and friends, facing the very real possibility of death changed me forever. It put life in perspective in the sense that we really were going to die someday and that every morning that we awaken we should celebrate our existence.[/i][/b]
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