posted on Jun, 23 2011 @ 04:00 AM
Very interesting theory, but we've been documenting and excavating graves, burials and rituals of death long before the Egyptian times.
Someone in here mentioned about us being energy and not being able to destroy energy, I love this idea. I've been doing a lot of reading about death
since a very good friend died a couple of weeks back suddenly. I've read so much, like us being made of atoms and atoms can't be destroyed either.
There's so many ways to think of it, but my understanding is that:
A. Our body is made of atoms, either way we end up being part of the Earth and more likely end up in soil and eventually in food and eaten again. But
that's our physical being, just the shell we live in.
B. Our soul is just a forum of energy, like the other guy said, energy can't be destroyed. Does that mean our soul lives on? Is the light at the end
of the tunnel simply us being born again? I guess there's only one way to find out really.
C. What about thinking from a purely scientific point of view? I read a story which was comprised of various different accounts such as doctors,
embalmers, funeral homes etc. In the end the point was, we know we don't take our physical being with us as it stays here, decays and disintegrates
or is burnt. We know our brain doesn't function any more, so do we take our thoughts and knowledge with us? Again, this is doubtful. So what exactly
do we take with us?
D. The huge mystery of NDE (Near Death Experience). I read somewhere that a group of doctors were experimenting with NDE and did things like lay a
picture on the floor so that the person who had flat lined had no way of seeing it. When a few of the people awoke, they said that they were floating
above their body and described in detail what happened and also described the picture on the floor which was impossible from their physical body as
they were faced upwards.