a reply to: cavtrooper7
Well, I suppose that depends on if they're fighting for evil consciously, or if they think they're doing the right thing. And also their past record
I mean, one life is really such a small drop in the grand scheme of things.. Most people are "lukewarm"..
Mm, it's true. Some people are warriors.. either genetically or in their very spirit. And I agree, this is a category beyond evil and good.
I suppose this all depends on what kind of view of the afterlife and such one has. I find the mainstream Christian perspective limited and false. One
life and then hell or heaven for an eternity doesn't really make much sense to me. I find it somewhat childish when compared to other perspectives
which are more coherent logically.
Either way nothing lasts forever.. even the higher planes are consumed and destroyed eventually according to the Hindu cosmology.
You want to know what a demon looks like.. A million different ways, a dark figure with a skull like face, simply a dark figure or any variety of ugly
and horrible ways of looking.
Either way you'll get your chance to find out soon. We only have a few years left now and you're one of the people that are fated to survive the
collapse.. at least initially.
Personally I wonder how bad karma a person like Hitler would get.. or someone that blew up a whole planet.. Because that person didn't just kill an
entire planetary population but he also killed the planet itself.. A planet that is alive and has been evolving for billions of years. All of that
ruined. How bad would that karma be?
And how about doing something of great evil or great good that would continue to influence people for a thousand years or longer? I mean that must be
the jackpot right. You invent penicillin or cure cancer. How far does this karma reach? Does it almost count as if this guy personally saved all of
these people? Does he get some kind of karmic royalty fee for every life saved?
I mean, karma gets pretty much infinitely complex once you start thinking about it practically.
Either way you'd want to be an older spirit.. there's more freedom in choice as far as incarnations go. You can try to position yourself to be of
great assistance to humanity and then you reap the karmic rewards.. I mean, Jesus is probably still balling in heaven right now 2000 years later for
all of the good # he did.
There's a lot of places to end up in to be fair.. but I think most reincarnate fairly shortly after their death, after a while of staying either in
purgatory or some heaven.
My enlightenment levels are still incredibly weak so my understanding is very limited. I'm mostly concerned with necromancy and death magic.. I didn't
care about developing empathy in this life as they wanted me to incarnate my demon form for the end times. Maybe I'll change later if a good enough
woman comes around and makes me her project.
You needn't worry of hell though, if you were worried that is.