life after death?

Discussion in 'Soap Box' started by Sasuke, Oct 9, 2007.

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  1. Sasuke

    Sasuke Active Member

    I myself am an atheist but i do believe that theres more to life and what we do here on earth is just the begening of something really big.

    What are your thoughts on this? :)
     
  2. mad hatter

    mad hatter Active Member

    i think youre agnostic
     
  3. White Dove

    White Dove Well-Known Member

    There is life after death.

    Been there, done that, felt it.. witnessed death first hand...

    You do leave your body and it is amazing what you feel when you leave your body.. your so light .. i seen it all.. seen them working on my body , see what all was said, the prayers and all even the talks they had while i lay there.

    You leave your body. there is life after death. trust me.. i know from experience..
     
  4. Blackness

    Blackness Guest

    i dont beleive in hell/heaven etc.

    But we go to a "better place" :)
     
  5. istrange

    istrange Member

    My firm belief in a life beyond death is what keeps me going. There's no doubt, people!:laugh:
     
  6. Darken

    Darken Well-Known Member

    I don't know. I doubt it, wouldn't there be some evidence for it. Until there is I can't believe it.
     
  7. White Dove

    White Dove Well-Known Member


    you want evidence?

    do a google search on near death experiences..

    i know someone who died and was embalmed and at her funeral arose from the casket.. the preacher fainted, everyone screamed.etc.. she did live 5 more years after this happened and i think they may have put it in a book somewhere but this happened back in the 1940 or 1950s and this happened here in Tennessee . if i find out more info i will let you know but im sure it made the news.. have to go to the archives and look and find out what county it was in.. i think it was overton or it could have been jackson county but it did happen
     
  8. $MyName

    $MyName Well-Known Member

    Don't believe, probably never will. I have no problem if others want to believe though, I mean I have been wrong before. ;)
     
  9. Blank with Empty

    Blank with Empty Well-Known Member

    If their is a life after death, Itd be a surpize
     
  10. Esmeralda

    Esmeralda Well-Known Member

    Then be prepared for an amazingly interesting surprise...it's gonna knock your socks off :)
     
  11. White Dove

    White Dove Well-Known Member


    A-MEN to that

    and a very peaceful and loving feeling like nothing you have ever felt before.. trust me...:hug:
     
  12. Darken

    Darken Well-Known Member

    Why would this world be shity and the next one great? Does not make any sense, intelligent design, more like unintelligent design. IF I see god imma spit on him and say fuck yoouuuu.
     
  13. LostMyMind

    LostMyMind Well-Known Member

    I believe we reincarnate since most religions believe in it. Reincarnation was even a part of Christianity's lame doctrine before the Romans screwed with it.
     
  14. worlds edge

    worlds edge Well-Known Member

    Show me the ones where death certificates have been issued.

    Considering that the embalming process sucks out all the blood from your system, this is just a mite unbelievable. Did she live five years circulating embalming fluid? :rolleyes:
     
  15. worlds edge

    worlds edge Well-Known Member

    Possible, but I see no evidence other than the wishful thinking of deluded believers.

    Or, to put it another way, you're saying that there is a part of us that is eternal and probably immaterial, no? After all, something would have to survive our death. Well, what qualities does this soul thingy have? Is it the you that you are on the day you die? As in, if someone spent the last five years of their lives in a vegetative state, they go off into eternity that way?

    Thus, I'm skeptical about the existence of a deity, but admit that in a general sense we cannot know. (I go beyond skepticism to unbelief when this deity is assigned qualities like omnibenevolence, as with the murdering maniac Abrahamic cultists of all varities [Jews, Christians and Moslems] worship, but that's not quite the same thing.) But the idea of an immaterial portion of ourselves that survives death? Utter rubbish.

    Edit to add: And the lack of this immaterial portion precludes personal immortality. Sorry about that.

    Well, there you have 'em.
     
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  16. protonaut

    protonaut Well-Known Member

    I saw that movie too. It's always good to find another fan of classic horror films. Take me to the theater some time, drinks are on me. ;)
     
  17. lebigmac

    lebigmac Well-Known Member

    No. To believe in life after death, I would have to believe I possess a soul. Pretty presumptuous if you ask me. As far as we know, we're just a bunch molecules and electrical impulses. Nothing more.

    Something to add: Near death experiences are not proof. They're called hallucinations and have already been explained by science. Wikipedia, people.
     
  18. InnerStrength

    InnerStrength Well-Known Member

    If there was life after death, I doubt it would be any more bearable than what I am currently experiencing. That said, I really don't believe in life after death, and such a prospect scares me, to be honest.
     
  19. abandof

    abandof Well-Known Member

    I think there is a possibilty of life after death .... but not as most people imagine it.

    I really dont know how to explain it. :laugh:

    Since everything is basically made up of the same components we could experience life in a different way to which we are now .....

    Ok I'm giving up.... I was going to at least try and explain it but i REALLY can't.

    P.S. dont watch documentries on quantum physics it really screws with your head :laugh:
     
  20. Azul

    Azul Well-Known Member

    Why would individual consciousness go on after the body of which it was a mere function has ceased to live? That doesn't make sense. It really seems like wishful thinking to me.
     
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