I guess,,, to mine own sweetself I would not be true if I did not suggest reading about Near Death Experiences. I do believe they are valid and just because they can be mechanicaly and pharmacologically induced does not invalidate them. Put me in a machine and spin me around in circles a hundred miles an hour,, I’m going to have some valid near death experiences, I don’t care that I didn’t actually die…
If the physicists can talk freely of there being anti universes, parallel universes, static universes, etc.,,and now they think there are 13 dimensions. I think that leaves the door open for an afterlife.
If you believe the thousands of people who claim to have seen alien spaceships, then you have to allow for faster than light travel or space-time manipulation.
Possibility itself, just like the eternal, and the infinite are all somehow ‘contained’ in some manner by some dimension but,, ‘possibility’ is still huge. If something is possible it is therefor likely…........?...
Strangely,, I believe there’s an afterlife but not a god… What’s that called? I think most discussions about god, especially as prime mover, are actually discussions about a dimension. Certainly amoral. No moral god would have allowed the inquisition to be done in his name. No personal god stands by whilel your wife dies in childbirth.
If there is an afterlife, therefor the torturers will relive the lives of those they tortured,,,,, justice?
If there is an afterlife, therefor we chose to come to this mortal world to experience ignorance and suffering.
I dare you to read about the inquisition. The only christianity in town was an abomination.
I say you can believe what you want but, keep religion out of government, schools, courts, and the hospitals.
What we the world need desparately is a compelling secular ethic based on humanity’s survival.