What happens to us when we die?

Posted by: thehumanistpreacher

This is question we shall all ask ourselves eventually.

27 Total Votes

We will meet God in heaven

We will live forever with his everlasting majesty.
9 votes

Non existence

We will lack any existential form when we die. Once our body ceases, we will have reached the end of all our memories, our experiences and everything we once were will be lost forever to become nothing.
6 votes

Eternal Darkness

As our mind dies so does our perception of our reality and with it our existence.
5 votes

Dimensional Transcendence

We will Transcend into a higher dimension and although the physical matter of our mind dies in this reality we will continue beyond into the forth dimension.
4 votes


We begin a new life as a higher or lower form of being possibly depending on our moral decisions in out lives.
2 votes

Paranormal afterlife

When we die our bodies exist in a paranormal entity status.
1 vote


This universe will end and begin once more. We will be reborn ready to live our lives again.
0 votes
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SamStevens says2014-08-06T18:39:53.2772048-05:00
YamaVonKarma: Would that apply to other species of animal and plant or just humans?
YamaVonKarma says2014-08-06T18:41:14.7263711-05:00
The planet, humans, lesser animals, and plants all have souls.
SamStevens says2014-08-06T18:41:41.8708931-05:00
Define soul.
YamaVonKarma says2014-08-06T18:43:16.5647141-05:00
Some are simply stronger than others. This is strength in order: Stars, planets, greater animals, greater plants, humans, lesser animals, and lesser plants.
SamStevens says2014-08-06T18:44:29.1974370-05:00
How do you determine if a plant or animal is a lesser organism or greater organism?
YamaVonKarma says2014-08-06T18:45:45.5319788-05:00
Soul: energy formed by our emotions, will and shared experiences. It can be borrowed or manipulated by humans and higher beings on the energy chain. This is a VERY rough explanation.
SamStevens says2014-08-06T18:46:23.2192988-05:00
YamaVonKarma says2014-08-06T18:47:14.7934340-05:00
It is generally determined by age. Trees are the only 'greater plants' I can think of.
SamStevens says2014-08-06T18:48:35.1540407-05:00
So if it is determined by age, turtles and tortoises are greater than us in that respect. And chimps are right behind us.
SamStevens says2014-08-06T18:54:56.5969760-05:00
@YamaVonKarma: If determined by age, trees are far greater than us since they have witnessed in some cases thousands of years of experience. A human baby which died at birth would have a soul lesser soul than a full grown Madagascar hissing cockroach or a protozoa.
YamaVonKarma says2014-08-06T18:56:37.9365248-05:00
You're thinking right. Babies who died at birth would have little or almost no soul.
SamStevens says2014-08-06T18:58:14.0655734-05:00
And a human fetus would have no soul. That makes sense.
YamaVonKarma says2014-08-06T19:01:18.2583155-05:00
Bingo. It may seem harsh... But it is logical.
iggy1993 says2014-08-07T20:33:59.2954677-05:00
None of the above :P
yetifivepecks says2014-08-07T21:21:29.5950801-05:00
I have no idea. I would be perfectly okay with any of these. Well, I would have no existence it it's just the void that awaits, but you get my drift.
thehumanistpreacher says2014-08-08T08:27:17.3186180-05:00
@MasterDebater0, I will put another option called non existence.
thehumanistpreacher says2014-08-08T08:35:06.5600417-05:00
If there are any options that are not displayed. Inform me and I will include another preference or if you have the option put the additional choice in yourselves.
thehumanistpreacher says2014-08-08T08:38:50.2224854-05:00
A few comments have given me feedback, that it is implied one can experience eternal darkness so I have given the alternative option of non-existence.
MasterDebater0 says2014-08-10T23:37:08.7265572-05:00
Look at all the religitards voting for heaven

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