This lesson was originally posted in February 2011. I trust it will be a blessing to us all !
Shintoism calls it “Ama-No-Hashidate”; some of the New Age followers call it “Astral Plane”; Aborigines describe it “Bralgu”; Buddists have given it the name “Ching Tu”; “Djanna”, or the “Garden of Allah” is the Islam version; the Native American Indians called it “The Spirit Land”; Eskimos give it the title “The Land of the Moon”; Hindus describe it as “Nirvana”; “Pole Star” was the common title for it given by the Aztecs; “Sheol” was the chosen Hebrew term; while the Greeks called it “Hades”; and the state of the dead for the Norse warriors was called “Valhalla”; and many, many, others. For a more complete list please see: http://afterlife-knowledge.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.cgi?num=1202113237/0
So many names, so many different beliefs, for the place and/or condition of those who have died!
“What takes place, if anything, after a person’s spirit is separated from their body?”
“Where does their spirit go?”
“What can I do now…
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