Hollywood, MD – When we perish from this Earth, which we all will do one day, do you believe that there is a life that we eternally live?
Buddhists believe in reincarnation, meaning that we come back to Earth based on how we lived our past lives. We could come back as an insect, an animal or human among other beings. The circle goes on and on and on. But they believe we have a soul that lives on.
Christians believe that when we die, we go to Heaven or Hell based on how we lived our one life. But they believe we have souls that live on.
Muslims believe in Heaven and Hell as well, that the soul lives on after it leaves the earthly body.
Scientologists believe that we have aliens inside us because of an American science fiction author L. Ron Hubbard who created the religion that, to sum up quickly, believes in a god named Xenu who lives in a volcano.
Atheists believe that we are born on Earth and after we die there is nothing. No soul, no afterlife and no dimension that souls could live on through because we don’t have one.
These are just to name a few, however, how do you explain ghosts and déjà vu?
For thousands of years, people have reported the same things. Seeing the dead walk the Earth and either dreaming or seeing visions about what is yet to come. Many people have predicted catastrophic events and many people have seen loved ones or perfect strangers appear and then disappear into nothing. How do you explain that and not believe we all have a soul?
A great source to look into about this topic and to read include:
1. The Injustices Of Life
2. Beauty And Balance
3. Near-Death Experiences
4. A Place In The Heart
5. Universal Beliefs
6. An Eternal God
7. Old Testament Predictions
8. Quotes Of Christ
9. The Resurrection Of Christ
10. Practical Effects
This is part one of a three part series which will culminate in a video of TheBayNet staff ghost hunting to find some answers to this ongoing question.
If you’ve had a supernatural encounter, write your comment below. If you have any pictures, submit them to email@example.com and stay tuned!