Friday, February 27, 2004

What happens after death?

Do you want to know what happens after death? Do you want to hear somebody else's experience, or do you want to be shown intuitively? I know where you can find a compilation of other people's experiences. Read "Life After Life", by Raymond A. Moody, Jr., M.D.. He interviewed many people. These people had died, and were declared legally dead. But then they came back to life. Read about what happened to them when they died. They say "nobody has ever come back to tell". That is baillonije. These people didn't know each other, no way, but they all had similar experiences.

I can tell you what happened to me after my last death. I became me.

There is this guy named Paramahansa Yogananda, who is a most excellent dead guy. But he didn't use to be. Before he became a dead guy, he wrote a most excellent book, called "Autobiography of a Yogi". Yogananda was a Christian. He interviewed a lot of people about a lot of things. He was a very curious guy, you might say. In his wonderful book, there are two chapters telling of people's experiences after dying. One of them is heading number 28, "Kashi, Reborn
and Discovered." The other one is heading number 43, "The Resurrection of Sri Yukteswar."

Emanuel Swedenborg explored heaven and hell, and gave extremely
detailed lore about them. One o his relevant books is "Heaven and Hell".

No doubt you have heard of Socrates? Plato wrote about him. Toward the ending o Plato's story, called "Phaedo", Socrates described what happens after death.

There is another famous book called "The Laws of Manu". This is a highly respected book. You can find information about afterlife in heading #12, strophes 1-81. There the 'Laws of Manu ' tells the wyrd o various types o characters after their dying. That section is entitled, "Transmigration."

In Plato's books about Socrates, "Crito" and "Phaedo" there is a lot helpful about attitudes, that you need when leaving this world.

Srila A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada described a planet in a higher dimension in great detail. This is a planet to which certain people go after their leaving the physical plane (death). I shall in future obtain the title o the book. The title is something about travelling to other planets. I am not sure if we agree with his definition of "planet" in this writing. But that is up to you to decide.

Happy Dying!


added: [Cepheus is the same being whose spirit is spoken of in the legends or myths of]...Gwydion....

deleted: [Odin is the same as]...Oberon the King of the Fairies. [Oberon is a satellite of Uranus, in fact.]

added: [Odin is the same as]...Rhea.

Thursday, February 26, 2004


"For every top, there is a countertop."

copyright 1992 Erik the Vermilion

Thursday, February 12, 2004


I just created a file containing the beginnings of Chapter 1 of the Book, Our Adventure.

I feel that it is poetry and inspired and beautiful. If you want to read it you have to go into the "files" section of that egroup "Travel Adventure Game".

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