Near Death Experiences -- Is There A Logical Explanation?

Written by Lady Camelot


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Do NDEs prove that life after death does in fact -- exist? Again, we encounterrepparttar problematic belief system. Religious groups remain divided as some believe NDEs support life after death. Other religious groups rejectrepparttar 122337 notion of an NDE because it falls in line with "the devil's work." Scientists, of course arerepparttar 122338 universal skeptics. While most do not accept near death experience, some actually do. But how they perceive NDE may be quite different than what one would expect. Some scientists agree that an NDE may be an "outer body experience," but only caused by natural chemicals produced byrepparttar 122339 brain that merely concoct hallucinogenic properties.

However -- I will conclude this article with an interesting fact that presents evidence of a much broader proportion. An NDE is whenrepparttar 122340 body ceases to function. In other words, there is absolutely NO life exhibited inrepparttar 122341 human anatomy. It is whenrepparttar 122342 person is "clinically dead" that an NDE is mostly experienced. NDE'ers are comprised of all walks of life. All races. All ages. All nationalities. All religions. Atheists. The intelligent and not-so-intelligent. The wealthy andrepparttar 122343 impoverished. World leaders and even hardened criminals. Science has not and cannot explainrepparttar 122344 overwhelming reports and documented cases of NDEs. Due torepparttar 122345 deluge of NDEs, it is becoming harder and harder to ignore that life after death may INDEED exist.

Whether we ever experience an NDE or when our time comes to pass intorepparttar 122346 "afterlife," I presume it will be then only that we finally discoverrepparttar 122347 answer to this quandary. Until then,repparttar 122348 paradox of near death experience and its life-altering effects on persons who have experienced it, will go unanswered.

LadyCamelot 2003



LadyCamelot currently serves as the Public Relations' Director for Holistic Junction - Your Pathway to Discovery - A community of people interested in all things holistic. Here, you will find what you need; share what you know; discuss what you're not sure about. Create your own web site, participate in online forums (over 80 categories), peruse the Business Directory, publish your original articles, opinions, artwork, and so much more.


Plato's ATLANTIS -- Fact, Fiction or Prophecy?

Written by Lady Camelot


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Unfortunately, (according torepparttar Egyptian priests), Atlantis was continually pounded by catastrophic earthquakes and floods until one day whenrepparttar 122336 whole continent sunk beneathrepparttar 122337 sea and disappeared. They were also quoted as saying that where Atlantis vanished, became an area inrepparttar 122338 ocean that was impassable and undiscoverable. The theory behindrepparttar 122339 sinking of Atlantis was that mankind had become so corrupt, that by their own hands, created their own demise.

In closing, Atlantis brings to mindrepparttar 122340 biblical stories of Sodom and Noah. It also interrelates withrepparttar 122341 continental shifts throughoutrepparttar 122342 ages ofrepparttar 122343 earth's history, but could Atlantis really have existed? The evidence, whether circumstantial or philosophical literature,repparttar 122344 fact remains that Plato only wrote historical truth. This being said, what message was Plato trying to convey torepparttar 122345 future of mankind? Torepparttar 122346 reader, I conclude this article with a quotation from Critias, fromrepparttar 122347 literature of Plato, "There have been, and will be again, many destructions of mankind arising out of many causes;repparttar 122348 greatest have been brought about byrepparttar 122349 agencies of fire and water, and other lesser ones by innumerable other causes." A thought to ponder.

(c) 2003 LadyCamelot



LadyCamelot currently serves as the Public Relations' Director for Holistic Junction - Your Pathway to Discovery - A community of people interested in all things holistic. Here, you will find what you need; share what you know; discuss what you're not sure about. Create your own web site, participate in online forums (over 80 categories), peruse the Business Directory, publish your original articles, opinions, artwork, and so much more.


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