Does The Energy Of The Deceased Live On After The Physical Body Has Perished?
Well, technically speaking energy is not living, and neither does the energy from the corpse of someone just "fall into a void."
If the energy of a person does not live on, how can people explain why so many people see loved ones after they have passed over or sense them being around them?
There are many types of energy, and energy does not die, it transforms.
by pisean2823117 years ago
it is believed by believers that god made humans in its image but is it so or it is reverse?...for e.g. get angry , wanting to be appreciated , need of others praying , need of people remembering , punishing , judging...
by Eric Dierker4 years ago
We seemed to stray from the focus of a good forum here: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/117952#post2488540So I ask the question that arose there in the context of needing to die in order to reach what many think of as...
by jirel4 years ago
Well ,I believe in metaphysical things.I have heard of various stories of witchcraft and other supernatural powers.Some get power from spirits, some through angels, genies, etc.They use these supernatural methods for...
by Elijah75 years ago
This question, ONCE properly answered and understood, will FOREVER change your opinions regarding the Time Honoured Subject of LIFE AFTER DEATH.The challenge is for YOU to PROVE you have NO soul, no spirit, and...
by LewSethics6 years ago
Believers minds would probably melt and they would turn into a useless mass of fawning glee.Sinners would poop themselves and try to be good, honest.Non-believers would not believe it. Would they?
by ptosis2 years ago
The soul, by definition, is meta-physical and is thought that the soul would be connected to the brain, not within the brain.It used to be thought that the soul resided in your heart - but getting a heart transplant...
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