The DATE You Will Die
Do you think you want to know? The exact day you will die? Your answer to this question might be influenced by many personal factors unique to you and your life and experiences.
In order to answer this hypothetical question honestly, you are going to have to use your imagination and search both your heart and your intellect. You must also be prepared to accept what you find out about yourself and your view of the world around you.
In the not too distant future, a geneticist will locate, isolate and identify a gene located in our “junk” DNA sequence. This gene is present in all living things. It cannot be modified or altered in anyway. It will be called “The Death Gene.”
When studied in a laboratory during DNA sequencing, a carbon, silicon and saline solution is added. Within seconds this gene reveals something never seen by modern science. A specific date manifests itself. Not a date like we are used to, but a much more precise and extremely accurate mathematical algorithm which is confirmed by astrophysicists studying the movement of astral bodies in the cosmos.
Researchers find that each date is unique unto the host of the sample DNA. When it is discovered that plants and mice die precisely on the date this gene reveals, human studies begin. The volunteers are not told their date to insure scientific integrity. It took a few years and thousands of samples, but the people in the studies began dying on the exact date indicated by the Death Gene. Without exception, their bodies experienced physical death, meaning they have no heartbeat or brain function.
The most interesting aspect of this discovery will be that only some of those monitored actually died of “natural causes”. Many died on their predicted date in accidents of all kinds, and murder. The people that were murdered will cause an intense investigation into the research lab in an attempt to see if they were somehow involved in an attempt to validate their findings. They will be completely exonerated.
So, if you will accept the premise that I just presented, would you want to know? Remember, once you learn your death date you cannot unlearn it, and it will happen as surely as you live and breathe today. What are the factors that you would consider before deciding to find out? Why would some of you not want to know your date? If you choose to find out, how would your life change, if at all? And, would you want to know the death date of your loved ones?
Right now, I believe that the decision you make whether or not to know your date of death would be based on many factors: Your age, your outlook on life, your curiosity, your faith, your personality, and your belief in any kind of life after death.
Even though I would really enjoy reading your thoughts on this, of course you don’t have to post anything here, even though I think we would all benefit from sharing our ideas. No matter what you decide on posting your opinions, I sincerely hope each of you will run this scenario through your consciousness and work out some answers for yourself. Just allowing yourself to examine your true thoughts on this can be a life changing experience. Those damn scientists!
Love and light, Star.Filed under: Philosophy & Psychology
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