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Is this proof of the afterlife??

Discussion in 'Afterlife Evidence' started by dreams9, Jan 2, 2018.


have you had an experience you might consider proof of afterlife?

  1. yes, it was very specific not general

    20 vote(s)
  2. no, never specific enough

    14 vote(s)
  1. RobertaGrimes

    RobertaGrimes Administrator

    There are indeed orbs, they are beings not in body, and they can be photographed: we often get good orb photos at meetings where many people interested in these topics gather. And when you know what orbs actually look like in photos, it is generally easy to distinguish them from dust.
  2. RobertaGrimes

    RobertaGrimes Administrator

    Convolution, Sonia has been studied by people I personally know to be far more skeptical than you ever could be. But neither they, nor she, nor I would be interested in trying to satisfy you, since I am convinced at this point that if Saint Peter appeared in your bedroom tonight and offered to give you a personal tour of the afterlife you would carp about whether his beard looks authentic or whether it is a glue-on.
    Nirvana likes this.


    Roberta...you are too much:)! My feelings exactly. Too funny.
  4. Convolution

    Convolution Active Member

    If you find me to be skeptical on a higher level, the people you know aren't as skeptical. Seems you have contradicted yourself.
  5. RobertaGrimes

    RobertaGrimes Administrator

    You are not skeptical. You are what my sainted grandmother used to call pig-headed. I know some amazingly skeptical people, bright and wise and ruthless in their evaluation of the evidence. I myself am so skeptical by nature that it took me more than three decades of study to arrive at the point where I was even willing to trust the evidence. So I do know great skeptics! And you, sir, are not a skeptic. Insisting that all the evidence be of a sort that you like is not skepticism. It is silliness.
  6. Zac

    Zac Member

    This video shows a electronic dog toy (ball) that lights up when it is thrown and hits the ground lighting up spontaneously while it was on a table undisturbed for at least several hours. I have had dozens of these toys for 5+ years and have never seen one light up spontaneously before. This happened a number of times that day (which is also my birthday), but I have not had it happen before or since then.

    Trigger is at 23:35:05

  7. mac

    mac Staff Member

    How did you rule out the possibility of an intermittent electronic fault?
  8. Zac

    Zac Member

    Based on my experience as a electronics design engineer for nearly 3 decades, I think it is very unlikely for a device with this type of sensor to behave anomalously for several hours and then return to normal operation.
  9. mac

    mac Staff Member

    Based on my now purely-amateur interest of electronics but decades of servicing and repairing electronic equipments, one effect of a dry-soldered joint is very similar to what you've described. ;)
  10. RobertaGrimes

    RobertaGrimes Administrator

    I'm sorry that I don't have time to watch the video, but from what you say I think this is a real communication. It is electrical, and therefore especially easy for someone in an energy-body to make happen, and it happened spontaneously several times on a significant day but hasn't happened before or since. That does it for me! Congratulations, Zac, and thank your loved ones not in bodies for doing this for you!

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