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How Death Works

Updated on May 6, 2018
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I have been writing poetry, fiction and short stories for many years and have completed a book of poems. I also enjoy comedy writing.

Death Comes
Death Comes

Death Lurks around the corner

Trying to sniff out your very soul

Turning a wife into a widow

Leaving a single parent child alone

It sucks on your flesh and eats down to your bone

The Lord of hell now rides your soul

On a cold winter night, you take your last breath

The door swings open, income the angel of death

He clings to your soul and puts it on the leaf to the moon

Now your soul awaits, to be reborn soon

What Is Death?

Death, my friends is simply the absence of life. Animals, Plants and Humans are all born with the very same essence, the essence of existence. A living breathing entity forged by some supernatural being and placed on this flat dome we call Earth. We were all given life, the spirit that makes us conscious of our existence, makes us conscious of death. Many people may say death is the grim reaper, the dark spirit which decides on who dies or who gets a second chance of going on living their miserable selfish lives. But the grim reaper isn't death, the grim reaper only works for death, death is the collector of souls and the grim reaper does the collecting on behalf of death himself. Death is that dark unseen entity, which places invisible markers on anyone it wishes. Death has no partiality, it marks the rich, the poor, the famous, the Mexican, the African, the Asian and The European. Death cares not about race or riches because your soul has no race, no color nor does it bring any riches from this three dimensional realm.

One could say that death would make the perfect world government because it values little of the physical things that men see as significant. It looks straight into your eyes, the windows to your soul and judges your soul and your soul only. Wicked people are the right and left wing of death because he knows the evil intention of these people and knows they will bring him the blood of the innocent. Death has no boundaries, no borders, there are no manned borderlines. Just a vast open empty black void with a Big welcome sign to the unlucky who have made it over into the nothingness.


Graveyards - Is It The Final Resting Place?
Graveyards - Is It The Final Resting Place?

What Happens When You Die

A factual answer to such a question is inconceivable, as this can only be answered by three beings. Death, The Creator and A Soul. I my friends are none of the three. But i have a good philosophy of what might happen when one's existence has left him. As i stated earlier, Death is the absence of life, Therefore, when one dies, his existence leaves his three dimensional body and begins it's second phase of it's journey. The thing is, the flesh is a very weak vessel and the brain is not as powerful as many think it is. When our existence (soul) inhabits a body, it has to go down to the lowest form of the spiritual realm to occupy that weak flesh. If the soul was to occupy that weak flesh at the highest point of the spiritual realm, us humans would be born with infinite knowledge of the universe, God and our own existence. The flesh is born young so the body can go through all the stages of good development in order to exist on Earth. If an Old person, a teenager or a baby dies, it is the same principle for all, as your soul doesn't live by the laws of the earth and a soul in a baby is the same as a soul in a old person. So to put things into perspective, these are the three things that happen when your flesh dies.

  • Your existence leaves your flesh
  • Your existence is processed
  • Your existence is sent to occupy another flesh

These three steps are like cycles and will continue until soul become conscious of flesh and the flesh in return can command its own life. A God state.

Moon Souls
Moon Souls

The Graveyard Is Not Final

The graveyard is just a place where empty human flesh is placed. It is definitely not the last resting place for your soul. Graveyards were simple created as a place for the living to moan and remember the existent of passed loved ones. No souls are in any graves. But there are evil entities which festers on the smell of death and eventually occupy these graveyards and even sometimes takes the form of passed loved ones. But that discussion is for another time. All a graveyard is a place of rotting passed vessels.

Trying To Cheat Death

Many people believe that somehow they can cheat death. This is real life my friends, not a Hollywood film. There is no cheating of death in this lifetime. If for some reason you had a brush with death or had a near death experience, it was simply not your time to die. There are many people who have been shot several times and survived, but fell, hit their head on a light-switch and died. What ever is destined to take you out of this world will. Whatever is not destined to take you out of this world won't. That is how death works my living friends, plane and simple.

Where Are Souls Processed

When our souls leave our bodies. They begin a spiritual journey to the mass of land we call the moon. Souls are invisibly floated away in what looks like leaves made of pure light. They all begin their journey to the moon from eleven pm to one pm, where they are all processed by a higher being, tagged and placed in numbers to be reborn in babies. This is where it really gets interesting. No soul can decide if it will be rebirth in any race of flesh. This rebirth is a first out first in basis.Meaning that as each child is conceived withing the womb, a soul is placed withing that human being.

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Conclusion

Well my living friends, I hope you enjoyed my little hub about death. I know you are not looking forward to dieing, but my good friends, death is inevitable. It is not the final resting place for our wretched souls. It is just apart of the transition of life. We love life, and we know what death looks like because we have seen others die, friends, neighbors and loved ones. It hurts and cuts us deep into our emotions. That is caused by the power of attachment and love. But remember, death is a transition and your loved one is on his or her way back to earth.

© 2016 Clive Williams

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    • clivewilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      Clive Williams 

      2 years ago from Jamaica

      when death comes frank....no one knows.

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      Frank Atanacio 

      2 years ago from Shelton

      There's no getting out of death alive my friend.. I am afraid of death.. but perhaps one day I'll welcome it.. perhaps..just perhaps..:)

    • clivewilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      Clive Williams 

      2 years ago from Jamaica

      Thanks very much Jodah

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      Patricia Scott 

      2 years ago from sunny Florida

      Interesting, this whole death thing something each of us will face, no getting out of it ....I have often laughed and said in my last life I must have been a tree as I love them so....who knows what is to come for me?

      Have a lovely day, Clive

      Angels are once again on the way to you ps

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      John Hansen 

      2 years ago from Queensland Australia

      A very positive look at death, Clive. Good poem and very interesting video too.

    • clivewilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      Clive Williams 

      2 years ago from Jamaica

      nice to hear from you my good friend alwaysexploring

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      Ruby Jean Richert 

      2 years ago from Southern Illinois

      Reincarnation is an interesting phenomenon that has always intrigued me. Many religions believe this and some people claim they have lived before and know things that happened to the person whose body they now occupy. Interesting topic Clive. Enjoyed reading.

      Peace...

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