Crossing over – the death of
the physical body and the survival of the self
Why is it that in our society, the most critical event
in our lifetime – crossing over to the afterlife –
is a taboo subject for discussion? We avoid talking about
death of the physical body – as if it is not going
to happen. People find it impolite to discuss death socially.
Yet death of the physical body is inevitable. We have no
say in it. It will happen.
Wouldn’t you like to know whether the afterlife exists
– and if you will ever meet your loved ones again?
And what you will be doing in the afterlife?
Many accept that for some 2,000 years religious beliefs,
values, tradition and history have become entrenched in
our society and these have programmed us unconsciously to
perceive the world in a particular way not necessarily consistent
with empirical findings about the afterlife.
Informed people know that religious beliefs are no guarantee
of the truth. This is because intelligent informed people
observe that around the world there are many different and
inconsistent religious beliefs about the afterlife.
When a belief is unsupported by science, the belief could
be completely invalid. These days repeatable empirical psi
experiments are modifying entrenched theology. But this
will take time to filter into the collective unconscious.
Highly credible people, including scientists, empiricists
(empiricism= using strict scientific method to measure afterlife,
paranormal and other phenomena), doctors and lawyers say
that whilst the physical body will die – and can be
burnt like an old coat, the etheric (spiritual body) will,
with absolute certainty, live on for an indefinite period
of time. This information is empirical - and comes from
empirically tested mediums. Also this information is consistent
with all afterlife claims from most countries in the world
Further, this information has nothing to do with beliefs,
it has to do with afterlife physics - the afterlife vibrations
spinning faster than on physical earth. (More about this
see Chapter 6 Einstein's
E=mc2 and materialization.
In the last decades, something quite dramatic has occurred.
The study of the afterlife has been taken over by scientists
and empiricists. Death is no longer the exclusive jurisdiction
of the churches, of religion, of beliefs and has absolutely
nothing to do with superstition or guesswork.
While religious people usually believe (but without evidence)
that there is an afterlife they have no idea what the afterlife
is like. Because there is nothing fundamental in the religious
writings about what actually happens from the time one crosses
over except you either go to heaven or hell or purgatory
(for the Catholics) or you get stuck underground until Jesus
comes to judge the living and the dead. Most people are
not accepting this Church's view of the afterlife.
Now we find that religious leaders are reading the information
transmitted from the afterlife dimension. That’s good.
That's sensible. That’s excellent, because now their
theology will be modified to make it consistent with the
empirical results about the afterlife.
The good news is that we will meet our loved ones again.
There is also some bad news for those who are consistently
cruel or spiteful or vindictive and/or selfish. They could
be in for some very serious problems for when they cross
over – they may not reach the realm of the light.
But average open-minded decent folk have nothing to worry
about because beliefs are not critical on crossing over.
The afterlife is a world we all should know about –
especially what happens when we die: go to BOOK chapter
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