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Almost got ran over by a cop car
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In 2008 had an asthma attack and lost consciousness on way to the ER.
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Twice. One incident my cousin (He, 20 at the time) was involved with me. Unfortunately for him, he didn't make it. I remember seeing myself and him on the road there was a lot of blood. We were running across this highway to get to a car show. I did not want to go back to this earth. It's that much better. Heaven is real. God is real. He was irritated with me. He said "Did you see what happened? What is wrong with you? There won't be a third time." I told him I didn't want to leave. He sad "You told me that last time. You still have much to learn. Stop being foolish, read My word."

God is not figure. But a light. Earth is stuck in the past in the age of 8-Bit gaming compared to Heaven. Meanwhile Heaven is real as you and I. it's light years ahead of this Earth's capabilities and technology. A retired Doctor by the name of Kenneth Ring studies near-death experiences. I was his first and only Okinawan patient. He told me "God let you in his presence. He doesn't let just anyone. He wants to know you. Even though you never believed in him. He is all knowing and forgiving."
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okay....

anyways I choked on a pill, went to the ER.
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DazaiShinju wrote:

When I was 15, I escaped being dragged into an alley by two men. So I guess that might count.
Shit, that sounds terrifying.
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I got shot at while eating in a restaurant and my brother died. This was in Mexico and a long time ago. I also almost got run over by a truck speeding in a neighborhood. My life is just filled with wonderful surprises.
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Hunters1337 wrote:

I got shot at while eating in a restaurant and my brother died. This was in Mexico and a long time ago. I also almost got run over by a truck speeding in a neighborhood. My life is just filled with wonderful surprises.


That's not a near-death experience. in fact, most of these posts on here, aren't. A near-death experience is when your soul leaves your lifeless body on temporary matters. Not when you "almost" get shot or hit by a car.
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It causes euphoria due to trauma to the brain, similar to shock, so they're rarely altogether unpleasant.
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Hmm, I think the only time I almost died was...

...riding a friends bicycle when I was a teenager, I didn't realize the bike didn't have working brakes until I got to the intersection. I tried to turn back towards the sidewalk but it was already too late and a Chevy Suburban hit me at 31mph, according to the driver. At least she was honest, a lot of the cars on that road go a lot faster.

I remember getting up off the ground and figuring out that I drove in front of this person. I walked to the door of her truck and started to apologize, and then I realized I couldn't even lift my arm because it was broken and I was just covered in blood. I think I went into shock when I realized I couldn't move my arm anymore and dropped to the ground.

I woke up on the sidewalk surrounded by about 20 people and an ambulance crew cutting my clothing off. Lmao, man that sucked, flashback city. I still remember the slow motion of the situation, it did literally feel like I saw the SUV approach for a minute and just couldn't move out of the way. Definitely the closest I've come to death.

The sensations I remember? Aside from the pain... that feeling you get in your nose / sinuses when something really bad is about to happen was overwhelming. The feeling you get when you just narrowly avoid an accident... apparently you don't even need to avoid them to get that feeling. There was also almost no sound, I think I was just hearing a deaf roar in my head. Walking was a strange sensation, I don't think I even understood why I was having so much trouble walking to be honest.

Time also went extremely slow before and after the accident. I had all these thoughts right before it hit me, about how to move out of the way, how to angle my body on impact, that I might die, everything really, and then it went black for a bit before I awoke in confusion, got up and lost consciousness from shock a second time.

So now I watch anime instead, heh heh heh.
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Hm, I have had 2 of them.

One was when I was a kid and I was roller skating around the block. I was turning around on a road when a very angry driver drove down the 20 mph zone going 50 or so. He nearly hit me and I remember everything going slowly. I didn't think he was going so fast. My father went down to his house to yell at him... He pulled a gun on my dad and that was his like 100th near death experience.

My second one was after some stuff happened so I drank a bottle of rat poison infused rum and coke (to mask the taste). Woke up in a pool of bloody vomit in the cow pasture. Did a good job on my internal organs though! I can say it was semi effective lol. I actually don't remember much of this night... I got drunk and then felt a lot of chest pain. Started as a dull throb then a screaming pain. After that I don't remember too much.

-1/10. I don't suggest this for suicide. I would stick to carbon monoxide next time. Just need to find a good sealed place for that.
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Greater pain overrides the system, shutting it down. If you burn off all the pain receptors in your skin, you won't feel anymore pain from the fire, along with sensory overload. A few seconds of sheer agony, then it all goes away.
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Hunters1337 wrote:

I got shot at while eating in a restaurant and my brother died. This was in Mexico and a long time ago. I also almost got run over by a truck speeding in a neighborhood. My life is just filled with wonderful surprises.


That's not a near-death experience. in fact, most of these posts on here, aren't. A near-death experience is when your soul leaves your lifeless body on temporary matters. Not when you "almost" get shot or hit by a car.



Its quite an honor to meet a creator! :] Of course if that happen to me, he'll probably hit me in the head and tell me quit being lazy! XD
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No I got shot at what do you mean? My brother is dead.
I can see the car thing though.

I'll rephrase it, I was eating at a restaurant with my brother. There was a drive by shooting and him and I both got hit.
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The brain compensates for stress by shutting it down. Before you know it you're in euphoria.
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Gunsmith_Girl wrote:


Hunters1337 wrote:

I got shot at while eating in a restaurant and my brother died. This was in Mexico and a long time ago. I also almost got run over by a truck speeding in a neighborhood. My life is just filled with wonderful surprises.


That's not a near-death experience. in fact, most of these posts on here, aren't. A near-death experience is when your soul leaves your lifeless body on temporary matters. Not when you "almost" get shot or hit by a car.



Its quite an honor to meet a creator! :] Of course if that happen to me, he'll probably hit me in the head and tell me quit being lazy! XD


He's straight-forward and expects the same from us. He's more than fair but never ever lie to him. Be sincere. No one is exempt from his judgement. Christians go to hell too, for doing the opposite of what he explains in His word. He may be all-knowing and all-forgiving, but he's not stupid. There's no fooling him. It ain't like lying to your teacher or your parents as a kid. But he knows we're not perfect and bound to sin here and there. It's just the way it is. Ever since Adam and Eve. But there is the "Unpardonable Sin".
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