posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 11:35 PM
The spirits I communicate with hardly ever discuss the Afterlife. I've been told that it is because the Afterlife is different for everyone,
depending on what the person adhered to and accepted all their life.
It is a safe assumption, due to lack of evidence on all fronts, to presume that the Christian God is not God. Nor are the Hindu gods, the God of
Moses, or the God of Muhammad the God of the Universe.
What that leaves us with then is people, and their thoughts, and their emotions, and their conscious efforts to seek their own personal afterlife
theories and existences. Which makes much more sense to me.
Consciousness exists as a mass of electrical outbursts through synapses and the other neurological things. Therefore, consciousness is energy, and
thermodynamics state that energy can neither be created nor destroyed.
So consciousness exists beyond the death of the physical body. Which means it is not about Jesus, or Allah, or Krishna, or any of them. It is instead
about what the deceased wishes to manifest his sub-planar energy as.
This might be Heaven, or perhaps the Summerlands. Perhaps it is a Nirvana styled bliss if you're a Buddhist. Whatever the case, the afterlife is not
pre-determined by some external force like God, but is instead a giant '___'-style dream-hallucination that our dis-coincided minds slip into like a
That's just my theory though, put together by my own spirit communications. Maybe my spirits are just more open-minded then your God-fearing spirit.
We'll all see one day what the truth of it is.