You die and the first thing you see in the afterlife are three buttons: "Next level", "Spectate" and "Restart". Which one do you press and why?
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You’ve died and arrived at a train station to your afterlife. The trains are β€œanimals”, β€œtraditional Heaven”, β€œrebirth”, and β€œeternal nothingness”...Which train do you take and why?
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New Image from "GHOSTBUSTERS: AFTERLIFE", Stars Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace, Paul Rudd and Carrie Coon. Directed by Jason Reitman, Son of Original Ghostbusters Director, Ivan Reitman. Coming to Theaters in Summer 2021.
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[WP] You die with your cell phone in your hands, and the afterlife customs agents miss it when letting you in. You find that it still works, and you can connect to the internet and contact people in the living world.
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Legendary Precision Rifle Spec on top of the Afterlife. Take elevator up and jump up here. reddit.com/gallery/krgsfm
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Tenure is for life... and the afterlife
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Does anyone believe that the government could be hiding the existence of spirits? Or the afterlife?

EDIT: this post isn’t talking β€œaliens”. It’s talking about ghosts & the afterlife/spirit realm.

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Yes Bethany. I do believe people with hateful views should be β€œcancelled”. I look forward to your β€œbusiness” continuing to dwindle in income as more and more people grow tired of your ignorant and mindlessly repetitive content. Hope the afterlife is worth it! imgur.com/a/or4XgOw/
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An afterlife seems too much like wishful thinking to be true.

Is there an afterlife?

The way I see it, probably not. I'm not happy about that either. Do I know? Of course not I'm not dead. As someone who deeply wants this to be true, I've searched a lot of avenues for answers. In each corner I've found nothing. I'm running out of corners too.

The problem with ideas of an afterlife or a universal conciousness in my opinion. It's just wishful thinking. Of course we don't want to die, of course we want to see our children and parents and spouse again. We want this so deeply, grieve so intensely. It makes total sense that we come up with the idea of an afterlife.

My main argument against an afterlife, is that humans want it. So of course it doesn't exist. How often do we get what we want?

We wanted to feel divinely created and special. Wham evolution! We wanted to be the center of the universe. Wham! Cosmology. We keep thinking we are important, just to get knocked down a peg.

So why would conciousness be any different? Why the bold assumption there is anything special about that? The way I see it, we want to be special. So we place ourselves on a pedestal. Even though if we just turned to look we'd see hundreds of smashed pedestals behind us.

Is there really any convincing argument for an afterlife or universal consciousness? I'd love to be wrong.

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You get to the afterlife only to discover the world was created by a god no one has heard of, and he’s demanding to know why no one is worshiping him. How do you respond?
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The fact that I can't order a certain drink(spoilers) at the afterlife is a absolute travesty.

(SPOILERS) After the Mi Hermano Jackie Wells passed i asked the bartender at Afterlife to name his drink after him which she agrees to do and then even offers me one but, there is no option to purchase it or even drink it. Why even add the conversation if I can't order it all you are doing is making me sad CDPR.

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I like to imagine this was Alex's first view in the afterlife.
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Finding out there is a pleasant afterlife after you die would probably be the greatest relief ever.
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Yeah Panam is cute and all. but what about Claire from the Afterlife
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TIL alchemists considered Mercury as a magical substance that a Chinese emperor Qin Shi Huang took it as the elixir of immorality which resulted in him dying at the age of 49 and even he was buried in an underground mausoleum full of mercury thinking it's going to help him rule in the afterlife thestar.com/news/insight/…
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There is only one true club, named afterlife
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TIL: If you go back to Afterlife after meeting with Dex you can find Panam talking with Nash about their gig.
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There actually *IS* an afterlife in the "woke/religion" model: "the right side of history".

edit: I won't modify my original argument, but I will just add here that, yes -- this description of religion is incomplete. Religion doesn't ONLY maintain members through threats and promises of future rewards; it also provides an inherent structure for people, and structure is a need for human beings -- so for some people, religion can be an answer to many of their problems. It just works for them.

Religion kind of sucks to be part of. It's full of rules and requirements and punishments for stepping out of line. Many demand moderation or elimination of consumption of arbitrary things, and almost all restrict what you are allowed to say and think (that's kind of part of what makes it religion: doctrine.)

How does religion convince religious people to put up with it? The Future Payout. They will be reborn. Their valiant efforts will be rewarded. Everything will have been worth it. Many religions even explicitly state that your rewards increase proportionally with how much you suffer for the religion during life.

This is very similar to "being on the right side of history." Being part of wokeism kind of sucks (for those who aren't using it to grift). It's full of ever-shifting rules and requirements and punishments for stepping out of line.

How are woke people convinced to put up with it? Well, the threat of excommunication (equally present in religion!), but also very much present: The Future Payout.

You're on the right side of history! It fucking sucks right now, of course, because we're not history yet. But once we're dead, then actually, all this shit will have been good. It'll have been worth it. We will be memorialized as the heroes of history. They gain eternal life in Egelman's sense: they will not be forgotten.

I'm not married to the idea of this model being the one true way of viewing wokeism. I just had this thought after seeing others say "well, there's still no afterlife", which I don't think is fully true.

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Is Bastion affiliated with the light on a cosmic scale? If not, does that mean the light really doesn’t have any association with the β€œafterlife”? Also, how does that line up with the Icecrown quest?

Shadowlands is still very...confusing in the grand scheme of things. My understanding is that despite their different aesthetics, all of the shadowlands realms are still technically under the realm of β€œdeath” if we are referring to the Chronicles Powers chart.

This is where I’m confused. What we see from bastion seems kind of separate from the light we’re used to in Azeroth, so I assume bastion is not affiliated with the light as it is referred to in Chronicles and ultimately bastion is just a part of the shadowlands with a general aesthetic somewhat similar to the light.

But then why do priests have a spell associated with the Spirit Healer model? And what about that Icecrown quests where the light comes down and takes that dead paladin directly? That would seem to indicate a β€œheaven” type of light afterlife, but Bastion is really more service focused than light focused.

Also, there’s the fact that we know the light struck Revendreth, and this seems completely unaffiliated with Bastion. I just don’t really understand.

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What all of the Blackened and Victims (might) think of eachother in the afterlife (BIG spoilers here)
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You're all invited to my cake day at the Afterlife!
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What in afterlife memeification?!
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What do people really believe about afterlife?

As death is getting closer, I do sometime think about my belief about it.

I never believed in a post life judgement, eternal reward/ punishment system. It feels fictional, maybe because most of my exposure to it was from tv, movie and books. I have family members in the church, I always wonder how much of it they actually believe.

I have other family members who believe in the system of karma, eternal reincarnation (until enlightenment). It felt more plausible, but I don't believe in it.

Logically in the light of day, I believe we cease to exist, returning to the condition I was before birth. In the middle of the night, thinking about it, death feel like falling into the depth of a dark ocean. Suffocating, scary and claustrophobic.

Some people who are connected to a larger community (extended family, friend group or whatever) and have minimal ego say they don't fear death, because they are just a leaf on a tree. They may fall, but the tree lives on. For me, I have always lived in my own head, with very few emotional connections to other people.

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Glatt returns to the afterlife :)
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Keep your desires in control and in accordance with the will of Allah (S.W.T) for success in this world and afterlife
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The Despair Sisters in the afterlife
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Gratitude for lack of Jewish beliefs on afterlife

I feel incredibly grateful to be part of a religion with very little formal scripture (but plenty of commentary) on what the afterlife looks like. I appreciate immensely that this religion focuses on this life. I do good deeds for the sake of this present world, not to prove my worth for an afterlife. I love my family for the sake of this life’s love, not to increase my chance of being judged to enter a heaven.

This might not be a groundbreaking post, but I’m just feeling grateful and wanted to share. I hope you too find light in this empty space of Judaism.

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Can I bring my space heaters to the afterlife?
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There is something about maldraxxus afterlife I can't wrap my head about...

So let's say you are a fierce warrior of a race of immortals( immortals as they can't die of old age but can still be mortally wounded),you litterally spend centuries waging wars from a battlefield to another until one day you meet your end and you get sent to maldraxxus... where you get instantly thrown in a all in arena where your chances of surviving are AT BEST...very slim. Like you are here fighting, you get hit in the back and you die...forever....no coming back... It legit makes ZERO sense to me that for an afterlife where war is everything they don't even have a system in place to keep them from dying permanently in battle,like storing their anima somewhere safe and battling in some kind of constructs or something like that, like maybe in your mortal life you spent eons battling but you get eaten by one of those wyverns outside the theatre of pain and that's it? It's so lame in my opinion

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[WP] Millennia ago you gained immortality. Now after thousands of years you finally find yourself ready to pass on. Only to find your afterlife filled with your many, very miffed long dead lovers.
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Auth Right in the afterlife
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I am Amy Bruni, paranormal investigator, co-host of Kindred Spirits, and author of Life with the Afterlife. AMA.

I started working professionally as a paranormal investigator in 2007, when I began appearing on Ghost Hunters, one of the longest-running and highest-rated paranormal television shows. Now, I’m the co-star and executive producer of The Travel Channel's Kindred Spirits. In addition, I’m the owner of strange-escapes.com, a company offering paranormal excursions to some of America's most notoriously haunted destinations. My first book, Life with the Afterlife was a USA Today bestseller and shares stories of my years of experiences with ghosts. Ask me anything!

Proof: https://i.redd.it/sgvybd1qhe561.jpg

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[WP] "Sorry, but you don't meet our requirements for a heavenly afterlife, here's a paper of other heavens you can try, and hells if none of those work sorted by least painful, you can always try the re-incarnation wheel, but the number of tries is numbered so be careful."
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I find it hilarious that we've entered the realm of death. Full of all the different mysterious beings of the afterlife...

...and Blizzard still finds a way to give us a Troll Dungeon.

Not even death can stop the tradition.

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Atheists, what's the first thing you would tell a god if the afterlife exists?
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Each quadrant just wanting to talk with an authleft figure in the afterlife
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I like to think, whenever you "pour one out" for a friend or family member who has passed, in whatever afterlife you picture them in, a cup appears in front of them and they get to drink whatever you poured out for them.

I'll start by saying, I'm agnostic. And I dont really believe in absolutes. Because no one can see the future. No one really knows whats happening in someone else's head. And you can't predict who will pull through whatever, or who will be lost to whatever. And there's no way to really know what happens when we die.

In all honesty, that thought brings me comfort. I dont think im a bad person. Sure, ive done shitty things, im human, like you (I assume). But this mindset is what has gotten me through some rough shit.

2019 Is my worst year to date. August 24, a good friend who I really looked up to, committed suicide. I credit him to be a big part in preventing my own suicide. Then in November a great uncle and a high school classmate, both i was very fond of, passed within a couple days of each other. Then December 10, my grandma passed after a stroke the week prior. Her husband, my grandpa passed in May 2020.

That was a bad time, as you can imagine. I had never lost anyone I was ever close to before then. My friends suicide being the big thing im still struggling with today. But whenever I have a beer, or some liquor, I pour one out in his/their name.

I like to imagine my friend in Valhalla. As of all the afterlives that I know of, thats where he belongs. As he is a fucking legend. He lost his battle with depression, but he fought fucking hard. I still laugh and smile at the thought of him in any afterlife yelling at whoever is in charge because they don't understand the rules of whatever afterlife Pathfinder game he's running.

And I like to think that wherever he, my grandparents, my old high school buddy, and my great uncle may be. When I pour one out, a beautiful mug full of that liquid is presented to them.

Which that thought is made better by the fact that often times, im drinking really shitty cheap booze. And they look up from wherever they are and are just kinda "what the fuck? You pour one out in mourning and im stuck with your shitty 1 dollar beer?"

I dont know, just a thought that may help someone in mourning. Hang in there, stranger. No matter how shitty life gets, it will always get better. And despite the fact that life will get shitty again at some point, it WILL get better again.

Hang in there.

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Suicide: Can anyone share some information on suicide and the afterlife based on their experiences?

Hi, I’m newer to Reddit and this sub, so I hope everyone can be patient with me if I accidentally say something against the guidelines.

My best friend passed away a month ago by suicide, and it’s been occupying my thoughts ever since. I’m devastated, but I was hoping someone could share some information on the afterlife. Does suicide change anything? Will he be at peace? I think I’ve been seeing some signs, but I’m not sure if that has anything to do with where they end up. I love him with all my heart and hope he can feel/see that.

Thank you

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On the roof of the Afterlife you can find a legendary item, this is my 3rd time finding something like this hidden in the world, there's so much to find! v.redd.it/5la7mcz726c61
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The Afterlife - So who was right? v.redd.it/8otlmx2gf0961
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A few weeks ago the Zodiac’s codes were finally deciphered and as we already know he mentions having the people he killed as slaves for him waiting in the afterlife. My question is, where do these clerical beliefs stem from? Did he just make it all up?
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I started an afterlife and mediumship podcast where I finally allowed myself to relax and talk openly about these experiences without the usual fear of harsh skepticism and trolls. Just being myself finally and talking about the journey. rippleroadpod.com
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The Afterlife

A businessman dies and finds himself in The Afterlife. To his surprise, it’s not at all like he’d heard. Every single religion was wrong.

The walls smell like mildew, it’s dark, and the air is moist and pungent.

Suddenly, he feels a tap on his shoulder. He turns around and sees a homeless man he’d passed almost every day on his walk between the train station and his office building.

β€œHoly crap! What are you doing here?”

β€œI died, too,” explains the homeless man. β€œI woke up a few days ago and found myself here.”

β€œWell, at least there’s a familiar face. What is this place?”

β€œThis crap hole is the lowest level of The Afterlife,” says the homeless man. β€œYou must’ve done something pretty terrible to end up down here.”

β€œWell, I was waiting to cross the road and this insufferable hipster was standing next to me β€”β€œ

Just then, a gong sounded three times: BONG! BONG! BONG!

The businessman watched as everyone around them slowly assembled into three separate lines, grimacing and eye-rolling all the way.

β€œWhat’s this all about?”

β€œYou arrived just in time for dinner.” The homeless man gestured to the three lines. β€œThat line over there is for a half-eaten, moldy hot dog bun. The middle line is for bland creamed corn that they drop on the floor right before serving it. The last line is putrid sewer water with floating bits of god-knows-what.”

β€œUgh,” groans the businessman. They shuffle through each line, find a couple ass-numbing, uneven rock stools and choke down their food.

As they’re eating, the homeless man educates the businessman about The Afterlife.

β€œIt turns out there’s four levels. We, of course, are in the lowest level.”

β€œIs it possible to get to the next level?”

β€œYeah,” replies the homeless man, lowering his voice. He gestures behind him. β€œSee that guard next to that door? He can be bribed.”

β€œWoah! How much?”

β€œHe wants $1,000.”

β€œWell, I ain’t got shit else to do,” says the businessman.

He secures a job and, after about a year, raises $1,000.

He walks up to the guard, opens his coat, and shows the stack of bills to the guard. The guard looks around, pockets the money, and opens a door to the third level of The Afterlife. The businessman slips through, and the door slams shut.

He looks around. He finds himself in a studio apartment. The walls are cracked and stained, the shag carpet hasn’t been vacuumed in years, several lights are burned out, but it ain’t a dungeon.

He descends a few flights of stairs and heads out to a small, overgrown

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Hollywood loves the Mormon afterlife: Mormon themes in "Soul," "The Good Place" and "Coco." religionnews.com/2020/12/…
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I love the detail in this game. First visit to the Afterlife. Rogue, Dex, and Jackie's rides are all there.
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this is my biggest question about the afterlife
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πŸ“°︎ r/tumblr
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πŸ‘€︎ u/Applepon
πŸ“…︎ Dec 01 2020
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People often wonder about β€˜afterlife’ but never about β€˜before life’.
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πŸ“°︎ r/Showerthoughts
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πŸ“…︎ Jan 16 2021
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