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    its called 'Astral Projection' LT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
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    Or the times people like your lovely lass did survive and there was no amulet involved
    Well I rushed the mother to be to the hospital when she started to hemorrhage, she was rushed into the inspection room, my doctor had informed me the water had broken and the baby was in a terrible state and a miscarriage was imminent.

    We viewed the baby on the ultrasound x-ray and the doctor further confirmed that the baby was in extreme distress, the heartbeat was very slow and erratic and the mother was prepared for a miscarriage.

    I took the amulet off which was attached to my necklace, placed it around the mother's neck and left the hospital to pick my nephew up from the airport as he was arriving within an hour.

    When I returned there was a team of doctors with the mother and my own doctor informed me that a miracle had happened and the baby had survived and everything had returned to normal but that wanted to keep her overnight to be safe.

    Without a word of a lie all the doctors and nurses involved were absolutely amazed.

    Can I explain it? NO........Can the doctors explain it? NO........Was it a miracle?........Everyone involved including me believe so.
    You call it astral projection Rupert?

    Not being funny but what is that mate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    Can I explain it? NO........Can the doctors explain it? NO........Was it a miracle?
    I'm no doctor, but i'd say it was adrenaline(which kicks in, in high stress situations) that saved your baby and not some daft charm, you whack job .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    but i'd say it was adrenaline(which kicks in, in high stress situations) that saved your baby and not some daft charm, you whack job
    So adrenaline can close up and repair the amniotic sac and stop it from leaking?

    So I can crack an egg shell, break the amniotic sac, allow it to start leaking and all I have to do is place the egg in adrenaline fluid to save the embryo inside?

    Every doctor, and I think every doctor at the hospital come down to casualty to check what had happened and everyone of them claimed that they had never seen such a happen before with regard to the amount of leakage and the baby fetus being in such distress.

    The amount of leakage from the sac made the doctors decide to prepare the mother for a miscarriage and the last thing I saw was her laying on a plastic mate and that is when I placed the amulet necklace around her neck.

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    ^I had a beer with Elvis last night mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    So adrenaline can close up and repair the amniotic sac and stop it from leaking?
    Not on it's own, No.

    But it will slow organs down to concentrate the healing on that amniotic sac.

    Like I say I'm no doctor, but that sounds a lot more feasible to me than your lucky heather. You didnt call your daughter Heather by chance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rupert Wanger View Post
    ^I had a beer with Elvis last night mate
    That is right we saw you out together - I did not speak to him until u left then me and Loy Toy flew down from the ceiling for a chat with Elvy.

    He has got some good stories - but do not worry LT had him licked in that dept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman123
    He has got some good stories - but do not worry LT had him licked in that dept.
    Its not a story and if it had happened to you or in fact anyone else you would be just as amazed, shocked and in my case absolutely delighted as my daughter survived.

    Anyway, got you taking the time to post here on my thread.

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    LT - you have gone from being highly sensible and respected stalwart of TD to a bumbling head fcuking mess all in 5 days.

    You are not shuffling with a full deck - spare us anymore of your miracle stories, you are just becoming a bigger clown with each of your new revelations.

    Shite on your shoe - no need to announce it - just get rid of it
    Shite in the head - ditto

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    ^ I am completely honest always and I have no problems with what you think either.

    These things happened to me, I have shared my experiences with the members here and knew that there will be some backlash but what the fvck.

    Strange though that my many positive repo messages have been very interesting with many agreeing with my thread and the fact there are things that remain unexplained and mystical.

    In fact you seem to be the most insulted by my thread by a country mile.

    I don't believe in Jesus Christ, nor any God yet billions do.

    Seems that many have shite in their head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal
    I've held his products in my hand. Can I hold your products in my hand?
    do you swallow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    Can I explain it? NO........Can the doctors explain it? NO........Was it a miracle?........Everyone involved including me believe so.
    nature is a miracle to us poor souls

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    Its not a story and if it had happened to you or in fact anyone else you would be just as amazed, shocked and in my case absolutely delighted as my daughter survived.
    yes, us too

    of course,being in Thailand it is possible all the docs and nurses were mistaken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    Strange though that my many positive repo messages have been very interesting with many agreeing with my thread
    yes, they prove it

    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    here are things that remain unexplained and mystical.
    unexplained and mystical do not go hand in hand

    unexplained means we do not know

    mystical means we do not know so we make up a reason

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy
    mystical means we do not know so we make up a reason
    Straight from the Dr Andy meanings of life.


    mys·ti·cal (mst-kl)
    adj.
    1. Of or having a spiritual reality or import not apparent to the intelligence or senses.

    2. Of, relating to, or stemming from direct communion with ultimate reality or God: a mystical religion.

    3. Enigmatic; obscure: mystical theories about the securities market.

    4. Of or relating to mystic rites or practices.

    5. Unintelligible; cryptic.

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    Apologies LT

    I made a comment based on how I feel about such things, I didn't intend for it go down the road some people have chosen to take it.

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    ^ Not a problem at all Bob.

    If I feared negative feedback I would probably never post here but there is only one way to post and that is honestly.

    Negative posts, insults and others are all part of it mate.

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    LT - I am not doubting your sincerity - unfortunately sincerity is not a test of the truth - it is possible to be sincerely wrong.

    We have to use Occam's razor - the simplest answer will stand eg - the moon may be made of cheese but the more scientific explanation will suffice for me and is more rational.

    Now - floating out of bodies, seeing the future, miracle life saving with magic amulets - Is it maybe just a teeny bit possible that you might not have all your cabbages on the wagon?

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    I'm sorry too Loy Toy, I will get you a beer later tonight to make up, if I can find my unicorn

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    I am sorry as well - have I screwed my chances of getting my case of Cabernet Sauvignon in exchange for a bucket of water?

    If you are ever up chiang mai way - I have 3 spare nails and could put you up for the night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman123
    cost for that gear you are smoking?
    would refer you to silk road but it's too late baby, it's too late.

    some say if you can correct or put right all the fok-ups you made or said during the day by going over it before ye go to sleep then
    you may have a dreamless night or a nightmare

    yea a bit vague that post 116. said it before in different ways without the ism waffle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman123
    you might not have all your cabbages on the wagon?
    brutal Iceman, brutal. cold as ice.

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    Someone explain this one to me:

    I was on nights last night in the care home where I work. It was about 4:30am. Only one resident is up and she's in the lounge sitting opposite me. My co-worker is at the opposite end of the building. From where I'm sitting I can see nothing but the lounge, but I can hear anything going on (doors opening, footsteps approaching, buzzers going off) and it's completely silent. Suddenly I hear a crash coming from my left. I assume someone has fallen in their room and go out into the corridor towards the rooms, but everyone is still asleep. Nothging untoward. My co worker comes down the corridor from where she was supposed to be and I told her about the crash, she had heard nothing. We investigate a bit longer, but nothing.
    We go back to the lounge and about 15 minutes later go into the kitchen to find the first aid box fallen and smashed open near the door. Obviously the source of the noise. But how did it fall onto the floor fifteen feet away from the shelf it was on without hitting or ricocheting off of any of the surfaces under that shelf? No windows, no wind, nothing.

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    Dunno, i have had funny things and funny thoughts for a long while. Menopause.

    But it all comes down to dreams, i think. If you are in a good mood, don't pickle too much and are able to go to sleep normally you feel better. And can sleep well.

    But those wee shitty things roll and roll around your head.

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