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The seven books about the mysteries of life are as follows: A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 1 (Near Death Experiences/ NDEs & Your Eternal Soul) A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 2 Human Origins: Where Do We Come From? Ancient Astronauts, Annunaki, Nephilim, Lost Civilizations, Dinosaurs A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 3 Atheism vs. Organ The seven books about the mysteries of life are as follows: A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 1 (Near Death Experiences/ NDEs & Your Eternal Soul) A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 2 Human Origins: Where Do We Come From? Ancient Astronauts, Annunaki, Nephilim, Lost Civilizations, Dinosaurs A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 3 Atheism vs. Organized Religion vs. Finding God Within Yourself Are We Mortal or Divine? A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 4 New Age Ideas are Mostly Lies, Scams, Entertainment & Social Fun Search for Supernatural Enlightenment 5 The Pineal Gland & DMT: Soulgate to Hidden Dimensions? A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 6 Satanism-Illuminati & UFOs as Demonic Forces (One World Government to Enslave the Human Race?) A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 7 Recreational Substance Guide (People Get High to Live a Full Life, Druggie Resource Knowledge) What if there is life after death? What if evolution didn’t happen? Charles Darwin and many others say there are no transitional fossils of one organism into another. It’s as if all these organisms came in one fell swoop. The most basic law of science is that matter cannot be created or destroyed. It can be transferred to another state but not destroyed. If this is true then how were we created? Is there something higher than science that created us, a supernatural force of the Universe? Everybody feels the pain of being betrayed by others. Some people feel betrayed by the whole human race. They think it’s rotten, that the world is screwed. They might be bitter, mean and angry. What if you’re mean, bitter and angry when you die? Will your hardened heart take you to a place called Hell? I’ve watched hundreds of near-death-experience stories on youtube. Some were positive. Many were trips into hell. Some were the result of suicide attempts. I’ve watched many angel videos, ayahuasca vision quests and studied death beliefs and customs across cultures and history. I did this because I thought I felt dark supernatural forces in my head tell me to do negative things. They were a few brief voices that I knew instantly came from beyond me. It wasn’t just me daydreaming. It was like someone whispering to me. There is a lot of consistency from many disparate sources about what happens when you die. Your spirit leaves your body. You are either enveloped by a great feeling of love or demons taking you to hell. If you ever get to that place where demons are taking you to hell when in you’re in spirit form after you die, they say the sure solution is to call out desperately and loudly for Jesus to save you like Ian McCormack and many others did. You have to accept that Jesus died on the cross to give you the grace of eternal life so if you’re ever in a desperate situation, you got nothing to lose by accepting Jesus as your personal savior. Will you take that chance that there is either no life after death or that you might end up in hell if you do not accept Jesus Christ as your personal savior, repent of your sins and try to be a good person? I know that everybody constantly feels anger and lust. It’s part of being human. Can you control it and try to be a good force of humanity even if it’s just for the selfish reason of getting into Heaven when you die? The intention might be the most important thing but it’s hard to love the human race when society tells us to hoard what we can and constantly upgrade our home decor.


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The seven books about the mysteries of life are as follows: A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 1 (Near Death Experiences/ NDEs & Your Eternal Soul) A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 2 Human Origins: Where Do We Come From? Ancient Astronauts, Annunaki, Nephilim, Lost Civilizations, Dinosaurs A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 3 Atheism vs. Organ The seven books about the mysteries of life are as follows: A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 1 (Near Death Experiences/ NDEs & Your Eternal Soul) A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 2 Human Origins: Where Do We Come From? Ancient Astronauts, Annunaki, Nephilim, Lost Civilizations, Dinosaurs A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 3 Atheism vs. Organized Religion vs. Finding God Within Yourself Are We Mortal or Divine? A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 4 New Age Ideas are Mostly Lies, Scams, Entertainment & Social Fun Search for Supernatural Enlightenment 5 The Pineal Gland & DMT: Soulgate to Hidden Dimensions? A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 6 Satanism-Illuminati & UFOs as Demonic Forces (One World Government to Enslave the Human Race?) A Free Spirit's Search for the Supernatural 7 Recreational Substance Guide (People Get High to Live a Full Life, Druggie Resource Knowledge) What if there is life after death? What if evolution didn’t happen? Charles Darwin and many others say there are no transitional fossils of one organism into another. It’s as if all these organisms came in one fell swoop. The most basic law of science is that matter cannot be created or destroyed. It can be transferred to another state but not destroyed. If this is true then how were we created? Is there something higher than science that created us, a supernatural force of the Universe? Everybody feels the pain of being betrayed by others. Some people feel betrayed by the whole human race. They think it’s rotten, that the world is screwed. They might be bitter, mean and angry. What if you’re mean, bitter and angry when you die? Will your hardened heart take you to a place called Hell? I’ve watched hundreds of near-death-experience stories on youtube. Some were positive. Many were trips into hell. Some were the result of suicide attempts. I’ve watched many angel videos, ayahuasca vision quests and studied death beliefs and customs across cultures and history. I did this because I thought I felt dark supernatural forces in my head tell me to do negative things. They were a few brief voices that I knew instantly came from beyond me. It wasn’t just me daydreaming. It was like someone whispering to me. There is a lot of consistency from many disparate sources about what happens when you die. Your spirit leaves your body. You are either enveloped by a great feeling of love or demons taking you to hell. If you ever get to that place where demons are taking you to hell when in you’re in spirit form after you die, they say the sure solution is to call out desperately and loudly for Jesus to save you like Ian McCormack and many others did. You have to accept that Jesus died on the cross to give you the grace of eternal life so if you’re ever in a desperate situation, you got nothing to lose by accepting Jesus as your personal savior. Will you take that chance that there is either no life after death or that you might end up in hell if you do not accept Jesus Christ as your personal savior, repent of your sins and try to be a good person? I know that everybody constantly feels anger and lust. It’s part of being human. Can you control it and try to be a good force of humanity even if it’s just for the selfish reason of getting into Heaven when you die? The intention might be the most important thing but it’s hard to love the human race when society tells us to hoard what we can and constantly upgrade our home decor.

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