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Re: What happens when you die?

Post by Fred83 » Sat Apr 04, 2009 9:12 pm

was a rubbish pointless thread anyway

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Re: What happens when you die?

Post by The Hardest of All Freds » Sat Apr 04, 2009 9:13 pm

Maybe Krusty is Jesus and this is armageddon. God has chosen RG as the place of Judgement. All will be judged. And much fear did those with below par AV setups encounter. Thou shalt be judged. Bring on the End Days! Bring on The Day of Judgement! Bring on the Trumpets!!! :twisted:
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Re: What happens when you die?

Post by krusty40 » Sat Apr 04, 2009 9:19 pm

To the people who have no belief in any afterlife: does that not make it difficult somewhat to plan a life or live for the moment? If you believe there is nothing after you die, what motivates you to live now, and more importantly what motivates you to live a "good" life now?. If you have kids and one of them died would you just say oh well, they are dead thats the way it is or would be be hoping in silent prayer that your own child had gone to a better place? The same with friends, pets etc-would you not think any more of them or would you hold a candle of hope but never admit it.

Then there is all the evidence of the paranormal investigators. Ok, so you can take 98% of what they say with a generous helping of salt but there are genuine people out there who have had experiences that are impossible to explain logically or scientifically and this adds more fuel to the debate. Maybe someone here has had such an experience. I know i havent and i dont think i would want to.
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Re: What happens when you die?

Post by Fred83 » Sat Apr 04, 2009 9:23 pm

dont mind things been a little off topic,but stuff like this would get to me sometimes,it be like if someone posted here about poltical beliefs and such,i mean,we are all united here because we like retro gaming and games,it was good,also,i kinda like place as it was,a neutral zone,some of us are from different countries but got on well posting in here because our belief was in retro gaming

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Re: What happens when you die?

Post by ninjabearhug » Sat Apr 04, 2009 9:27 pm

Fred83 wrote:dont mind things been a little off topic,but stuff like this would get to me sometimes,it be like if someone posted here about poltical beliefs and such,i mean,we are all united here because we like retro gaming and games,it was good,also,i kinda like place as it was,a neutral zone,some of us are from different countries but got on well posting in here because our belief was in retro gaming
Amen

I'm staying out of the OT section from now on, if i'm going to argue it'll be about a game.

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Re: What happens when you die?

Post by necronom » Sat Apr 04, 2009 9:42 pm

krusty40 wrote:To the people who have no belief in any afterlife: does that not make it difficult somewhat to plan a life or live for the moment? If you believe there is nothing after you die, what motivates you to live now, and more importantly what motivates you to live a "good" life now?.
That's quite a strange thing to say, IMO. Because there isn't anything after this, which means you HAVE to plan your life and have a good one, otherwise you've ballsed it up, and there is no "continue". Why would it NOT motivate you if this is it?
krusty40 wrote: If you have kids and one of them died would you just say oh well, they are dead thats the way it is or would be be hoping in silent prayer that your own child had gone to a better place? The same with friends, pets etc-would you not think any more of them or would you hold a candle of hope but never admit it.
Huh? If someone dies it is probably worse for an Atheist than someone who believes in an afterlife (isn't that why it was invented?). When my parents die it will be the worst thing that has ever happened in my life (assuming I'm still around). If you believe in an afterlife, surely you won't care as much, as you will think it's not too bad, as they are somewhere else and you will meet them again? It's obviously still extremely upsetting, but you know what I mean.
krusty40 wrote: Then there is all the evidence of the paranormal investigators.
I'm not aware of any evidence. It's just either made up, or people's imagination/mind playing tricks on them.
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Re: What happens when you die?

Post by paranoid marvin » Sat Apr 04, 2009 9:43 pm

markopoloman wrote:
boggyb68 wrote:Never mind about religion and dieing... I want to know:

If a tree falls down in a forest and there is no-one around to hear it does it make a noise?

Always intrigued me that one...

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I have heard people ask that before! It is a strange question - but I think you should ask the monkeys :wink:

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Re: What happens when you die?

Post by paranoid marvin » Sat Apr 04, 2009 9:45 pm

Well , I'm an atheist , and I make no apologies for it ; that's just the way God made me
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Re: What happens when you die?

Post by Shinobi » Sat Apr 04, 2009 9:58 pm

krusty40 wrote:To the people who have no belief in any afterlife: does that not make it difficult somewhat to plan a life or live for the moment? If you believe there is nothing after you die, what motivates you to live now, and more importantly what motivates you to live a "good" life now?. If you have kids and one of them died would you just say oh well, they are dead thats the way it is or would be be hoping in silent prayer that your own child had gone to a better place? The same with friends, pets etc-would you not think any more of them or would you hold a candle of hope but never admit it.

Then there is all the evidence of the paranormal investigators. Ok, so you can take 98% of what they say with a generous helping of salt but there are genuine people out there who have had experiences that are impossible to explain logically or scientifically and this adds more fuel to the debate. Maybe someone here has had such an experience. I know i havent and i dont think i would want to.
Me I believe in a afterlife.. My theory is that time stops still in the afterlife.. Like Christopher Ganns idea on Silent Hill two universe's overlapping Sean Bean can sense his wife when she she's in the dark Silent Hill school and she's in the light Silent Hill..

I can't prove this to anybody but.. I see a girl in my house she's wearing a black Jumper and Dress with a pink blouse 70's style hair with Gold Clips,(and she smelt of a coconut type) perfume in my bedroom and bathroom.. First of all all she used to scare the life out of me.. Back in 1996 my friend came to my house for the first time and my Parents and Sister was out, nobody else in the house.. He used the toilet and he said I thought there was nobody here" As he saw a girl going into my sisters room.. He gave me the exact description of the Girl I saw even though I have never told anybody" I told my sister and she also said she had saw her and gave the exact same description.. Three people all saw the same Girl and my sister and my friend had not yet met.. Several other people have come to my house and out of the blue asked if it's Haunted as they felt they where being watched and smelt a woman perfume or caught a glimpse of a female..

Several of also did a Ouija board after this.. And everything that the board said happened from my sisters school being burnt down including the exact time and date, and the arsonist was somebody she knew, being printed in our local paper, my friend falling asleep at the wheel.. And the person who didn't believe who believed only in evolution saying he was having shoe's thrown at him in his shop's cellar.. And at the time he was so frightened he made a will a day later..

I could tell you many more story's but this forum is not the place and I actually have to live in the house:(
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Re: What happens when you die?

Post by krusty40 » Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:08 pm

Thanks for sharing your experience, i really wouldnt advise doing an ouija board that thing is incredibly dangerous and its even feared by people who have no religious beliefs whatsoever. You dont know what youre opening yourself up to or who you could get in contact with, they seem to attract the most malicious and wicked spirits who disguise themselves as a loved one of dead friend of the person making contact. People have got into a lot of trouble from using them.
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Re: What happens when you die?

Post by The Hardest of All Freds » Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:10 pm

Why do they sell them in Toys 'R' Us then?
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Re: What happens when you die?

Post by paranoid marvin » Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:14 pm

krusty40 wrote:Thanks for sharing your experience, i really wouldnt advise doing an ouija board that thing is incredibly dangerous and its even feared by people who have no religious beliefs whatsoever. You dont know what youre opening yourself up to or who you could get in contact with, they seem to attract the most malicious and wicked spirits who disguise themselves as a loved one of dead friend of the person making contact. People have got into a lot of trouble from using them.

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Re: What happens when you die?

Post by Sigma » Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:15 pm

I'd personally like to know how it is that a piece of plastic you bought of amazon.com can habour supernatural powers? Dangerous to use indeed, now cocaine is dangerous to use.

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Re: What happens when you die?

Post by Fred83 » Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:24 pm

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Re: What happens when you die?

Post by paranoid marvin » Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:27 pm

Sigma wrote:I'd personally like to know how it is that a piece of plastic you bought of amazon.com can habour supernatural powers? Dangerous to use indeed, now cocaine is dangerous to use.

I don't think there's anything supernatural about a ouija board , but messing with the paranormal is really something you're better off not doing. Anyone attempting to bring forth spirits needs to be sure they can dismiss them just as easily afterwards...
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