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Eventually, every man, woman and child must die. Death is such a horrible time. It signifies the end of a cycle never again to be renewed. Sometimes I feel as though I will live forever, but I know that it is just a matter of time. When a person dies, lives are irrevocably changed forever. But the question is, "Do we really die?"
At the core of human existence, are we really immortal? On my next show I will explain to you that there is more to a human being that we can see. Death is just an illusion.
The dying process happens when the spirit or metaphysical body leaves the physical body. Bilocation or astral projection is a procedure in which an individual can project his or her spirit-body out of the physical body. Bilocation is a controlled form of the near death experience.
There are unique individuals out there that can perform this amazing task. This technique goes by many names. On my next show I will talk about the technique known as "Bilocation" or "Astral Projection".
Don't miss this show. I'm the real deal.
?The dying process happens when the spirit or metaphysical body leaves the physical body. Remote viewing is a procedure in which an individual can project his or her unconscious or (spirit-body) out of the physical body to a remote location or target. Remote viewing is a form of the near death experience.
There are unique individuals out there that can perform this amazing task. This technique goes by many names. On my next show I will talk about the technique known as "Remote Viewing"
On this weeks episode of Death By DVD Hank and Nash discuss.. well, we're not sure. Something. Or another.
An open discussion on modern horror, remakes, and the fact that some of you people watch the dumbest movies ever made. Or maybe we'll just make 30 minutes worth of bad jokes, yell a little whole lot abit, and uh, yeah.
How'd you guys like the Kevin Smith reference for a title? Yeah, how about that, a Kevin Smith joke. We're writing millions of gold plated zingers like that every day. Impressed, I bet.
Life is real death is confused
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All things are possible to them that believe, I believe!
20 He sent His word and healed them, And delivered them from their destructions.
Blessed is the man that finds wisdom because length of days is in her right hand and riches and honor in her left hand.
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3 ... His divine power has given to us all things that pertain to life and godliness, through the knowledge of Him who called us by glory and virtue, 4 by which have been given to us exceedingly great and precious promises, that through these you may be partakers of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption that is in the world through lust.
Tonight promises to be one of our most exciting episodes yet. I'll be interviewing and fellowshipping with brother Matthew Sanders today and swapping the latest revelations from the Lord. What we have tonight is the most thrilling exciting, authoritative truths concerning, death, life, the second death, heaven, hell, the coming kingdom, the bride of the Messiah and much more.
Drawing on her many years of experience in spiritual healing, counseling, and hospice care, Nina’s HeartSight™ process demonstrates that learning to view death and loss with the eyes of the heart instead of the eyes of the head can bring us peace, comfort, and hope for ourselves and those we love. Through her guests Nina brings to her audience wisdom and education to teach HeartSight™ This month Susan Whitmore, Founder of Grief Haven shares her story.
In 2001, Susan Whitmore's only child, Erika Whitmore Godwin, was diagnosed with a rare stage 4 sinus tumor. One year later, despite unwavering efforts, Erika died.
Susan suddenly found herself on the most gut-wrenching and challenging journey of her life: living life without Erika. It was with perseverance, education, and the hope she received from other parents who had also lost a child that Susan was able to make it through each day. Susan said, “It was all I could do to simply get out of bed. I knew I was in trouble and had to do something to help myself. Yet I could find so little ‘out there’ which surprised me.” That is when griefHaven was borSusan has found that one of the keys to surviving the death of a child is HOPE—hope for a future that will one day include joy, happiness, and new meaning and purpose. She knows and teaches others how to achieve that goal, along with many others. The griefHaven website alone offers many different types of grief support. Susan has appeared on television, including Good Morning America, heard on the radio, and sought after as a keynote speaker and grief specialist. Susan is a lighthouse for all grieving families.