Do people know when they are going to die before they die?

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    venkat sujataposted 9 years ago

    she might be suffering from some diseases but she never told you about her sickness and she is suffering from it,doctor might told her that she will die soon because of her diseases and she no its her last stage of life but she thought as your close to her she planed to give you gift and she might had done suicide which they gift maybe hint for your answer but you might have not thought of it

  2. Osome Sabri profile image58
    Osome Sabriposted 9 years ago

    In some cases, yes. Some people expect death not long before they die, my grandfather kept telling us a week before he passes away that his time has come, and he's ready to go, and he did die the very next week, but alot of other death cases happen suddenly without any expectations or knowing like in an accident or a gunshot to the head.

  3. Barbara Kay profile image76
    Barbara Kayposted 9 years ago

    I've always wondered about this. It seems some people do and some people don't. A young lady was killed in a car accident. After her death, they found a drawing she had made with a car crash, a picture of the area where she died and she was up in a cloud. The picture was drawn when she was much younger. They could tell because in the cloud was a picture of the boyfriend she had gone with years before. He is still alive and she was going with someone else when she passed away.

    The last time I saw my grandmother, she hugged me and basically told me goodbye and somehow I knew she knew it would be the last time.

  4. katwoman55 profile image60
    katwoman55posted 9 years ago

    This is an excellent question!

    I KNOW of a few, but the eeriest is that of my husband's cousin. When they were about 9 years old, this cousin, Rob, started giving away his best toy cars, saying he would not need them. There is more, but I do not recall...I do know that he said more things about his not staying around long. After he had given stuff out, he was found in a well-pit type of landing. He had been seen looking down over the bars, down the stairs. Then he was found lying at the bottom of the pit, his winter hat bloody from his ear. He was dead. This has never left my husband, and he thinks that Rob could have committed suicide because his family lost their home to fire, and mom and dad were getting divorced...no one will ever know either. He could have been shoved accidentally or pushed on purpose~ murder! Or maybe he fell accidentally.

    My mother-in-law had 2 massive brain tumors that were not touchable. She knew when her end was coming near, and as it did, she let go it seemed, becoming very quiet.

    My mom died 4 years ago and she knew death was near. She was 82 and had been in the emergency room a couple of times, having got the diagnosis of congestive heart failure. That is what her mom died from 20 years back. She went home and it was just after Christmas. She made sure she gave every person in her family a gift of money. Only a couple of days later, she called and left messages that were sweet, kind and loving. She died a week or so later.

    Also, my bother, at age 51, was diagnosed with mesothelioma ( asbestos lung cancer). He was given a time in which he could survive: Up to 5 years, only 14 percent lived to see that. He deteriorated over the next 4 years and it was so awful, watching him slowly, gruelingly and heartlessly being killed by this cancer.
    Of course he knew, and he was fortunate enough to get to travel to other countries and spend his time with a loving fiance, especially before he got real bad.

    I had 2 rare flesh-eating diseases (MRSA, Necrotizing Fasciitis and gas gangrene.)  and was life-flighted to a hospital. I was in a coma about 9 days and  no memory of anything at least 3 weeks prior to this. I had written in a tablet about feeling that I was dying. When I woke up, everyone, including the doctors,  kept going on about I should have lost my legs. They also told me I was near death...and I lived through it all. When I woke up, I felt a real peaceful feeling of no fear in dying, almost a high. Nope, not the meds!

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      Sissi Ravanoposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      God Bless You Always dear Katheryn. No doubt you are loved and protected by Him

  5. SJ9190 profile image56
    SJ9190posted 9 years ago

    I think before die, people may feel that he is going to die. My mommy told me about many person who feel that he/she was gonna die.

  6. Bobby Shoutz profile image56
    Bobby Shoutzposted 9 years ago

    You may feel it or even think that you are on a decline but none of that matters. Only God knows the time and the place. I take comfort in knowing that. I dont stress about it and i dont think about it to often because i know when it is time, God will call on me and its done.

  7. edhan profile image37
    edhanposted 9 years ago

    Yes. I sincerely do believe that one tends to have the feeling of passing on when the time comes. I mean a person dies of naturally causes like old age and not those encountering accidents. It is a sort of six sense feeling that cannot be explained.

  8. Charlu profile image75
    Charluposted 9 years ago

    I believe that so many of us know and are given the opportunity to do so in peace, with love, and faith that whatever is coming next will exceed anything that we could have imagined.

    I have also seen examples of this as others mentioned on numerous occasions.

  9. Jon Weyant profile image56
    Jon Weyantposted 9 years ago

    My father died in 2010, and he know the end was coming as he told me. He told me that his time was over and he could feel his body changing and that he was ready to be free. From all the pain meds and air hose that tied him down. He seemed to relax and start to sleep more and he started telling me more stories of his life and just seemed to be more open to his family. I brought dad home and he went into a coma asked for me at midnight and never said another word and passed at 8pm. When I looked at my dad it looked like ten year melted of him and I know he was at peace.

  10. Angela Huff profile image57
    Angela Huffposted 9 years ago

    Yes I knew someone long ago who wrote a poem about seeing God Holy Face, the next day he had passed away. The poem is written on his tomb stone.. The Big Cross.. I had a Big Cross when I was a kid in my hand I kept it gripped And when the heavenly light shine and all eyes were on me I held it up high for my king to see. I held it up high for my king to see.  I bowed my head then looked up in the sky  I saw the reflection of the cross through my eyes. And the Lord spoke with a low toned voice he said "This is where you make the choice, you can stay on earth for eternity or you can enter the gate and stand by me or you can enter the gate and stand by me.". So I made the choice to enter the gate and that's when I saw his holy face I had a Big Cross when I was a kid in my hand I kept it gripped.  Out of no where I started thinking about if it was possible, and it got me thinking that Yes it is

  11. Rose Vallespin profile image56
    Rose Vallespinposted 9 years ago

    I would think so. I mean, animals do it all the time. They know they are not going to make it, so they go somewhere and just die. I doubt it's a conscious thing, but there are probably some mechanisms in the brain that begin to misfire or something. One thing that was common to all was, people who died started to behave strangely before their death.

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    Eden Babbposted 9 years ago
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    Zainab shadeposted 9 years ago

    Yes it happens sumtimes to sum special pple if i may say

    1. Brenda Elkins profile image53
      Brenda Elkinsposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      The day before my father died I just looked at him and and felt OH MY he don't have long.  Same day he told me to take care of my Mom if he passed and that he had told her to put me in total charge of everything. He died two mornings later

  14. Fatiha profile image71
    Fatihaposted 9 years ago

    Sometimes yes and sometimes no. Its totally dependent on the situation they are in. My maternal uncle dies of cancer and he knew that he would be dead in a couple of hours. This is what he said over the phone to my grandmother on his death bed (being miles away), "I will meet you in a few hours". His body was taken to where my  grandmother lived and he was buried there. So its circumstantial.

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    TonyR42posted 9 years ago

    My grandmother told me 4 months before her passing that she was going to die. She also saw things which made no sense to me until after her demise. She said she was seeing my cousin's baby. I had no idea at that time that she was telling me that my cousin was pregnant with a child cause my cousin rarely visits my grandmother.  My cousin also did not attend the funeral which puzzled me. A week after the funeral my auntie tells me the reason for non-attendance was that my cousin was 3 months pregnant.
    My grandma's faith in religion was very strong and I believe that she was given an insight.

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    Maggie Pinchukposted 9 years ago

    Actually, my parents told me a something strange happened to me when I was 2. I went over to my great grandmothers house and she was near death since she was in pain and couldn't walk. We stayed there for about a week and I didn't pay attention to her much, but one day I was staying with her the entire day kissing her and taking care if her for no reason, or so others thought. But the next morning we found her dead. She even herself, didn't know she was going to die, but I somehow did. When I was 2!!! I really don't know how to explain it myself but I understand if you know yourself that you are going to die but other people with their own tuition? That just sounds crazy. But it actually happened to me.

    1. NiaLee profile image60
      NiaLeeposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      innocent one like kids, connected beings feel things, I know that when my babies kept on crying, someone in my family was dying. I saw two deaths and Christians told me "it is the demons, devil", I let go, I lost my father and my brother…

  17. Health Reports profile image86
    Health Reportsposted 9 years ago

    For a period of time, perhaps 2 years, following my father's death, I knew when terminally ill people would die. I knew the day and hour a week in advance.  I told a few people about it, and they were very rude, "Nice Gift you have there..." 

    I kept my mouth shut after that.  Those rude ones, I might have helped when great Aunts and Grandmothers of theirs were passing.  I knew when they would pass, and might have told their loved ones when to be sure to be with them.  Instead, I was silent, as it might have meant my job.

  18. vishnum969 profile image80
    vishnum969posted 9 years ago

    Surely, Indian Vedas define the time before death. A person who is dying can predict his demise, if controls the emotions and materialistic love.

  19. Nichole Elizabeth profile image69
    Nichole Elizabethposted 9 years ago

    I've been very near to death twice in my life, so I guess I kind of know about this. When I was 14 I was hit by a car and had to be life flighted to Geisinger Medical Center. I was conscious the whole time, but I felt really calm, something that the nurses and doctors found strange. Then when I was 16, I was diagnosed with a severe blood disease and would have probably died had I waited a few hours to get a transfusion. In this situation, again, I felt aware that my body was dying, but I felt relaxed and calm about it. Since then, I'm not afraid of death, because it's clear to me that natural death is peaceful.

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      Clyde Bartellposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I'm not afraid of death either, just the possible pain/trauma before death.
      Clyde Bartell

  20. drumweaver profile image83
    drumweaverposted 9 years ago

    Apparently now there is a blood test that can be done to test your telomere length which can determine how much longer you will live...

    1. Mahender Mundu profile image60
      Mahender Munduposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Is it accurate?

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    Shivraj Madrasiposted 9 years ago

    No ,nobody knows when the person will die .

    1. G Maurice Cohen profile image56
      G Maurice Cohenposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I agree. NO ONE can tell what the future holds, let alone their own fates. Me? I CHOOSE to be an OPTIMIST. I like to STILL "think about tomorrow", while "living for today", leaving MY fate up to God, who, ALONE, "knows the end from the beginning".

  22. manatita44 profile image81
    manatita44posted 9 years ago

    My mother knew. She told my brother that she would be gone in a couple of days, and to call us all from different countries, but he thought it was a joke. By the time I received the call, she was already dead.

    Of course God-realised Souls know, but My Teacher said that many 'ordinary' souls can know too. I suppose God gives them this gift.

  23. aware profile image65
    awareposted 9 years ago

    yes . long before in fact. time is short in the flesh. die with grace i hope i do

  24. icv profile image52
    icvposted 9 years ago

    inmost cases the person may give any hint .  because i experienced the same in many cases

  25. aron62 profile image65
    aron62posted 9 years ago

    This is a tricky question in the sense that nobody can come to know whe they will pass away. Some people do get a premonition that something may happen. but to say with certainty that it is death is not possible. Many a time some people have a foreboding that something bad is going to come their way. After undergoing severe penance and having gained complete control over their bodies, some ascetics have entered into that state what we call death, when they understood that their time had come.

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      violet samuelposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      believe me sometimes some of them does kno but just not wen its gonna appen

  26. lulalester profile image59
    lulalesterposted 9 years ago

    No I haven't met anyone but I do believe God give you sign of your death to prepare you that he coming for you he use the door of heart for that is where he live in everybody that except him as God and that is where his word are passed on to you he don't give you the day or time just a sign

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    azzane khalidposted 9 years ago

    Nott All Maybe some people Know they ill die

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    TabithaDBrownposted 9 years ago

    Yes. I believe we all can sense whether or not its our time to go. But a lot of people either ignore these "feelings" or do not understand them. I've been intuitive my entire life. I have déjà vue very frequently. But its usually an important event that needs my attention. All people have this ability, but most ignore, disbelieve, or do not understand it.

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      TonyR42posted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I agree with you about the intuition.i believe we are born with this and are ignorant or not taught to understand it.it is something within us and if we focus on it ,we could see more than our eyesight.we have been brought up in a systematic society.

  29. padmendra profile image43
    padmendraposted 9 years ago

    So far as I know, my grandmother died at the age of 97. She had already informed my parents, two days in advance about her possible death after a few days. As reported by my father, on the previous night of her death, she asked my father to lay her bed on the floor. She forced my father to do it  and when my parents wake up in the morning they found her already dead.

    But now this kind of news when people know in advance about their death is not heard about...

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    mohiuddinbd80posted 9 years ago

    Recently a community leader died 'suddenly'. During the week since her death I have talked with individuals who was told by the deceased that she was 'dying' or that her life work had ended and she was going home. Of course nobody paid attention because they felt she was not serious, even though she was not one to joke. On the last day she came to work she gave me a gift but no hint.The only hint I got once was from a friend who was going to have knee surgery.She said we would not see her anymore.Has anyone you know ever hinted about their death?

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    Bornawaifposted 9 years ago

    I think people sometimes sense when the end is near.  I told my mother one year that my friend's dad died on Thanksgiving and how awful that must have been and she didn't respond. Just gave me this weird sad worried look. Two weeks later (and 2 weeks before Christmas) my mother died in her sleep from a heart attack.  I was at her house the night before she died and she was glowing.  She was happier than I had seen her in years.

    Another friend from work was "glowing" one night and happier than usual and made a point of saying good night to more people than usual.  He was murdered (brutally) within 2 hours of leaving work.  There could be a logical explanation.  Maybe he stole some really good drugs which made him euphoric and the person he stole them from caught up to him.  I don't think so.  But for every spiritual explanation, there is a logical explanation.

      I don't think anyone can know for certain and just because you have a premonition doesn't mean you are dying but I believe some times people just "know" somehow.

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    uncapabrewposted 9 years ago

    Yes, I do feel SOME do know. This would be your older souls. Older as in earth years.  (NO pun intended)   I have witnessed elders out of the blue and not all were elder, physically , some  mature young souls,  visiting people haven't seen in years. Young (physically) Calming an elder persons soul.   Giving away possession's this trinket to that one. This to cousin "any name" out of the blue,  Making peace, making that last phone call. Yes I think some do.  Younger souls  "experience the unexpected car crash, etc. no I don't think they  know." Negative?   We are all here to live and learn.

  33. Anil Lyall profile image59
    Anil Lyallposted 9 years ago

    The answer is as simple, certain and clear as "one's" own life to him/her.  On 'short' notice, every one knows the moment of departure, and this 'short' notice can be of few last breaths to few hours, days, or in rare cases, months or years.  In alternate words, I would say that every one of us knows that (s)he is alive, and shall be so for some more time with certainty proportionate to age, health, and attitude.  Based on these three factors, and the action and deeds we have been performing as adults, we may develop apprehensions and fears in the 'medium' term of months and years,  We may thus predict our ultimate departure in more that one possible ways feared and anticipated because of our own faulty thoughts and actions.   A normal, healthy child has no such fears though (s)he is fully aware of self preservation at every stage of growth.

    There is no use of living with the fear of death which is simple, certain and clearly the end that we are scripting for.  Yes, subject to our incomplete knowledge, deviations shall occur.  Complete knowledge is the way to 'nirvana' through a simple, honest, devoted living and requires no notice of impending death.

    The question therefore leads us to a more constructive way of life, of living healthy, happy and with humility to almighty nature's ongoing processes.  Knowing this way, we pave our road to longevity, through physical and mental health in its simplicity and grace, with wisdom and skills, have no fears or apprehensions,  This way, we do not determine the mode or timing of our death, leaving it to almighty and unknown life processes.  Living otherwise, we consciously and subconsciously fear and determine the mode and time of our death and cling to life, without living it up meaningfully.

    The subject shall remain part-understood, in line with 'infinity' or its inverse.

  34. profile image49
    razewon islamposted 9 years ago

    they koow that they wear going too die but it dosen't matter cz it dependz on allah.so they don't sure that they gone be die

  35. Art in the Words profile image61
    Art in the Wordsposted 9 years ago
  36. Kathleen Cochran profile image79
    Kathleen Cochranposted 9 years ago

    At 88 my mother passed away after falling down the steps in her house while having a heart attack.  She lingered for 5 days on a respirator, and her children gathered to say their goodbyes.  My youngest sister was the last to arrive.  While she was on her way (5 hour drive) my mother looked past me and held up her hand like a stop sign.  I don't know who she saw, but she was deliberate in what she was doing.  She couldn't speak because of the respirator.  My sister arrived by 6 pm.  My mother passed around 10 pm.

  37. amit1k profile image57
    amit1kposted 9 years ago

    read gita hindu"s holy book they will give u all answer about your quation

  38. Ewent profile image71
    Ewentposted 9 years ago

    I am the last member of my original family. Obviously, out of 10 children of my parents His, Hers and Ours family, I've seen a lot of my siblings die.

    One odd thing I observed was the inclination shortly before death to "clean house," unusual nostalgia and/or spurts of unusual anger. By cleaning house, I observed a strange phenomenon of giving away cherished belongings and literally paring down to bare bones possessions. Shortly before their deaths, it seemed as if my siblings were replaying their life histories remembering happy and sad times and people who passed through their lives. Days before their actual deaths, I noticed a bizarre sort of anger not at others but at themselves. Almost as if they were fighting death subconsciously. Being the last of the brood makes me feel as if I'm carrying some unworthy mantle of family history.

    I'm not afraid of death. I've seen it too many times in my family. I see death as the final chapter of a long, seemingly unending book. For some, their book ends before the first chapter is completed. For others, they must read through the entire book to know their purpose for existence.

  39. Shil1978 profile image89
    Shil1978posted 8 years ago

    Most people don't know when they are going to die, unless they have been suffering from a terminal illness. However, in healthy folks, I've heard of cases where people who eventually did die mentioned about the prospect of them dying in the days or weeks prior. These were no suicides, so it wasn't unnatural. So, I guess some people may have probably a sixth sense of the impending death.

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    swilliamsposted 8 years ago

    I believe that many people do know when their going to die before it happens. I have had a couple of close friends confide that they felt death coming near. One was a young teenager. He told me he had a dream about his Uncle who had passed away. He said that his Uncle reached out to him with open arms. About two weeks later the young boy died in a car accident. The same situation happened with the a woman in her forties, she also shared her vision which led to death about a month later. I believe some people express their feelings before their departure. And perhaps others don't know what to think of it.

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    Shail Shriposted 8 years ago

    I think, if a person is senstive and beleives in God and also his/her intutions about happening of good or bad happenings comes true sometimes, such type of persons are able to know about their good or bad fate. They have inner power to feel the things which are going to happen with them or their loved ones, they also sometime know that they are going to die or the end of their life is coming near.

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    Shelly Elliottposted 8 years ago

    I have seen loved ones die, it is very hard to understand why we are afraid of the light. We come into this world alone and we go out of this world alone and all we take is a test, judgement and forgiveness. Mercy is memories stuck in the spirit world. Some people are aware but there is no way of knowing when it's lights out.

    1. SatendraSaini profile image45
      SatendraSainiposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Hi Shelly ! sorry to read this.  You are right but its true in sudden accident case. If a person dies after completing his age then he already know about the departure time.

  43. cebutouristspot profile image75
    cebutouristspotposted 8 years ago

    I think she already accepted it and didnt hold on.  Her body simple followed her desire. 

    The opportunity to say goodbye  is a big thing. smile

  44. Irish Shrew profile image72
    Irish Shrewposted 8 years ago

    To some of the naysayers:  My mother told the story, as well as my grandmother since I was a very little girl. My Great Grandmother was in a hospital bed suffering from Cancer like symptoms. When my Grandmother told her she would be coming back the next day for a visit, her mother said; "No, I will be meeting up with my mother at 2. I won't be here."  My Grandmother reminded her that her mother had passed away. She was adamant that she would be at this meeting- on a hill- at 2. My Grandmother was woken up about 6 hours after the visit- in the middle of the night. Her mother had passed at exactly 2 a.m. that morning. It rattled my mother and my Grandmother their whole life.

  45. shabarigirish profile image60
    shabarigirishposted 8 years ago

    Few seconds before if they met with an accident or quite long time if they are dying because of illness.

  46. SatendraSaini profile image45
    SatendraSainiposted 8 years ago

    Well as I think its true! most of the people actually came to about their death. Sometimes some rare persons return back from the God.

  47. Lauren Amy Smith profile image56
    Lauren Amy Smithposted 8 years ago

    I think people can definitely sense it, especially if they're at an old age. Also, I think people who have been in accidents have those few seconds before they die where they know they're dying.

  48. healthyfitness profile image75
    healthyfitnessposted 8 years ago

    Good question. Makes you think. I'm sure towards the very end a person would probably feel their life being drained. I've heard stories of people waiting to say good bye to someone and then as soon as they do, they pass away afterwards!

  49. Mayank Chauhan profile image57
    Mayank Chauhanposted 8 years ago

    Sometimes yes, sometimes no.
    For example, A person suffering from an uncurable disease like AIDS or cancer..
    But in some cases we don't know that the person will meet his/her death.
    you can take an example of accidents.
    road accidents etc.
    Some people have a mentality that they will die,, every person have to die one day..
    we all know that.
    but this doesn't mean that we can calculate the exact time we have got in our life..

    1. Perspycacious profile image64
      Perspycaciousposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      It is not a case of "calculating" just a case of knowing, even of being told.  It might be worth asking "How much time do I have?"

  50. tehgyb profile image82
    tehgybposted 8 years ago

    I would think so. For hours before my mother passed she was mumbling 3 ... 3... 33... and so on.

    She died 30th December 2006, at 3:30 in the morning.

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      Shelly Elliottposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      My father passed away suddenly on May 3rd 2013, between two eclipses. 3 is a strange #... stay even i guess? Losing a parent is a process, just remember the good times smile

    2. tehgyb profile image82
      tehgybposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Shelly, My condolences on your loss.

      Yes, 3 does seem to hold some supernatural relevance.

      I found a pretty cool hub on it- http://psychicjoanne.hubpages.com/hub/A … curring-3s

 
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