Friday 7 June 2019

What really happens when you Die

Peter Fenwick (born 25 May 1935) is a neuropsychiatrist and neurophysiologist who is known for his pioneering studies of end-of-life phenomena.

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At 7 June 2019 at 17:07 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

As an involuntary medium, proof has been presented to me that if a person is murdered suddenly and/or shockingly energy fields continue. On my FB shortly after posting a comment: "No more on 9/11 I want to work on positive solutions to global problems." At approx. 2 am a thought - not mine - presented: "Carlton Bartels murdered 9/11 WTC 1". I didn't get up going back to sleep. 2 nights later it persisted. Google came up with - Abel Danger's post 'Were Specific Companies Targeted on 9/11" Carlton's name was in it. His software packages ran the War Game which was hacked on 9/11 and his global carbon trading software was 'hijacked' by others. Secondly, on 3 September 2011, still on record, a deceased SEAL messaged that they had not been killed by the Taliban but by 'their own'. The information 'code' he gave me led me to Whitehouse Murder Inc. by Wayne Madsen. After publishing the note a few days after the contact - it took another two years before anybody else, on record said the SEALS had been murdered by their own government. Then another two years for more news on the civil suit, then late 2018 Abel Dangers, Field McConnell named those whom he believed signed off on Extortion 17 Murder of 38 SEALS and a dog named Bart (a SEAL dog). So I know for a FACT - energy fields persist. This original link has updates as comments at the foot of it.

At 9 June 2019 at 03:33 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hullo Aang,

Mortality on your mind? Or is it just me? Either way, this was brilliant. Lots of new thoughts to be chewing on. Many thanks.

At 9 June 2019 at 08:28 , Blogger Anon said...

Kavinna sent us the video. We convent school girls are immortal.

At 10 June 2019 at 04:22 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Since I was a child, I've always loved a good story. I believe that stories helped us to ennoble ourselves.
To fix what was broken in us. And helped us become the people we dreamed of being.
Lies. That told a deeper truth.


There is an obvious interpretation of the observations of Dr Fenwick.

That our world is fake; is merely a device we transcend.
That death is not the end.

And if our world is fake. If even we ourselves are fake.
What then is real?

The love we feel for others. For our friends. For our children.
And everything that is good in us.

These are real. And these will survive this world.


At 10 June 2019 at 14:13 , Blogger SwordOfCreation said...

Great find aaingrfan!

At 10 June 2019 at 14:17 , Blogger SwordOfCreation said...

OMGOSH! You really are a group of nuns? I've heard this as a rumor, but did not believe it due to your open mind(s)!

God's here ladies and it will not be long now!
Check this one out for proof:
"...the stars shall fall from the heavens."

At 13 June 2019 at 23:57 , Anonymous Brabantian said...

Abrahamic reincarnation; Alevis in Turkey

Abrahamic religions have all had reincarnation traditions, as is true for example of the slighted, little-known Alevis who are yet as much as 25% of the population of today's Turkey.

Christian 'church father' Origen believed in reincarnation in the early Christian centuries ... the Christian Cathars persecuted and exterminated during the middle ages also believed in reincarnation, and may have been continuing some of the earliest Christian traditions

Some Jews have also believed in reincarnation in the afterlife ... tho this does not suit Jewish supremacist elites, who do not want Jews to start thinking about future lives where they face consquences for all their actions toward others

In today's Turkey, Erdogan's dominant religious Sunni Muslims are actually only about 35% of Turkey's population. Perhaps about 15% are nominally-Muslim secularists who want to live like typical Europeans; about 25% are ethnic Kurds with their own language, meriting autonomy if not their own country; and about 25% are the rather obscured Alevi Turks. Some Kurds are Alevis as well.

Many Muslims consider the Alevis as heretics, or not Muslim at all; and some Alevis do not consider themselves as Muslims in the usual way either. The Alevis are an offshot of the Shia, somewhat related to the Alawites of Syria such as Assad, and they are also much linked with the Sufi traditions of Islam.

Alevis do not meet for prayer in a mosque, but in a 'cem evi' or 'cemevi', where Alevi men and women pray together, unlike in Sunni mosques where men and women separate like Orthodox Jews. There is a cemevi in London.

Alevi men and women not only pray together, but their religious observance also includes dancing, and men and women dance together. They have religious music with musical instruments, and permit religious art and sculpture with faces, all unlike the Sunnis.

Alevis often drink alcohol, including as part of religious ceremony. If Alevi women wear a veil, it is more a Shia-type light veil in which some hair is uncovered. They typically do not fast during Ramadan, but do a shorter fast at another time on the calendar.

Alevis approach the Qur'an with alternate types of interpretation. Alevis often dismiss the idea of 'eternal hell', and see people as going through 'rounds' of lives, until ultimate union with the divine.

Erdogan has at times made approaches to this huge Alevi minority, but overall their situation in Turkey remains one of vulnerability and some neglect and discrimination.


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