Do you believe this is legit or a bunch of B.S

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    Sep 22, 2014 2:52 AM GMT
    http://truthseekerdaily.com/2013/09/scientist-photographs-the-soul-leaving-the-body/
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    Sep 22, 2014 2:53 AM GMT
    Nope. Absolute pseudo-science bullshit.
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    Sep 22, 2014 3:02 AM GMT
    LOL.
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    Sep 22, 2014 3:27 AM GMT
    It's total bullshit. Everyone knows Jesus comes down to pick up your soul in a Cadillac, with TuPac and Elvis in the backseat.
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    Sep 22, 2014 4:09 AM GMT
    I took the time to watch this hour video of the Scientist in question and not once is he trying to push this photograph but rather describes some very interesting stuff about food having an energy source. I am not a Scientist but could follow along enough to know that this man is legit. There has been a lot of stuff about energy everywhere in Science. If you watch the video you can tell clearly there is no pseudo-science here. They now teach these principles in Russian schools. They can actually photograph the energy outside the body or plant or living organism. The only reason I am skeptical of this photograph though is that a beam of light is shining down and the man is laying on some fucking table rather than in a hospital bed. I am a Graphics Technician so I am skeptical of this photo. But the Scientist himself sounds pretty damn genuine. Don't know, I will have to do more research on it.
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    Sep 22, 2014 5:40 PM GMT
    In other news, another scientist photographed the Easter bunny laying chocolate eggs.
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    Sep 22, 2014 5:51 PM GMT
    Here's the thing: Not that I'd even believe protoplasm but I was expecting protoplasm and instead I get this:

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    I get a time lapse of a corpse sitting up and ascending to heaven - a visual cliche from the Bible to the movie "Ghost" to present day. Ever notice how hoaxes mimic popular culture? Case in point, here's one of many pictures of the Cottingley fairies:

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    Notice how the fairies in that art nouveau picture look art nouveau? Not to mention how in "period" films women look contemporary no matter how they're costumed, whether it's bee-stung lips and shaved legs on ancient Egyptians in films made in the '30s, fifties hairstyles on flappers in films made in the '50s or waxed and threaded brows on, say, "Game of Thrones" today? Phenomena that exactly mirror the times are a dead giveaway. FAKE!

    Btw, those "fairy" pictures taken by two young girls fooled people for DECADES and all the girls did was cut out fairies from story books and stand them up on hat pins. How no one recognized or cross referenced the fairies with illustrations and were otherwise fooled for over 50 years is beyond me. THEN it was simpler times. LATER people were intentionally fooling themselves to validate their own wishful thinking and preconceived notions.

    Back to that soul-rising-to-heaven pic - doesn't that last incarnation look like a seated dog?

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    I guess all dogs DO go to heaven.
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    Sep 22, 2014 7:06 PM GMT
    It's pretty easy to make a photo like this. In high school I did one but it was much more awesome because it was my cock getting hard. All black&white and shit icon_cool.gif
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    Sep 22, 2014 7:33 PM GMT
    I don't believe in literally leaving your physical body.
    However, I practice a mental skill known as lucid dreaming, and this sometimes makes me have dreams of waking up, and that feels exactly as if I were leaving my body - I lie in bed, try getting up, and I can feel a weird resistance, almost as if I move under water, and I am fully aware that everything is a dream.
    Then I sometimes try taking a look at my bed, but it's usually empty.
    So I go off on an adventure in the dream, like flying or something, and if the dream has started as a "False Awakening" then it can sometimes look very similar to the place where I actually live and can also sometimes be extremely vivid (like, real-life vivid).
    So I know roughly what "leaving your body" would feel like.

    This is not some kind of weird "pseudo-science" by the way, lucid dreaming was actually scientifically proven more than 40 years ago, and it is a respected topic among scientists.
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    Sep 22, 2014 7:36 PM GMT
    It's obviously true if a scientist says it is.
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    Sep 22, 2014 8:02 PM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal saidIt's obviously true if a scientist says it is.
    and I read in on the interwebs