Lame question but if the multiverse did exist then how does the afterlife work?

Lame question but if the multiverse did exist then how does the afterlife work?
If it's just one Heaven spanning across multiple universes will it mean we're but a single piece of a whole self or does it work like a quantum suicide way?

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You just go to the heaven or hell of your respective universe. All the heavens and hells are separated by universe.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      But there is only one God. I assume he can interact with all of them.

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You start your old life again. Same place and time, different situation.
    If you started poor and died rich, in your next iteration your parents will be rich.
    There is no god controlling this mechanism. All your creeds and religions are nothing but tools for social control.

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Mad innit?

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Each omnipotent expansion of the Supreme Person has their own eternal realm within the spiritual sky.
    Those realms by themselves are larger than all the uncountable material universes put together.
    And there are infinite eternal realms.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Think of it this way.
      God is infinite, and has infinite energies and potencies and manifestations.
      For every bit of energy spent on this realm of samsara, God spends three on the spiritual realm.
      Or like if material realm is aleph null, then the spiritual realm is aleph one hundred.

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Trismegistus

    >Lame question but if the multiverse did exist then how does the afterlife work?

    A key aspect of the AFTERLIFE is living within a place that you call heaven, and able to interact with the world on a multiverse level..

    If I know a spirit in China and I want to say hi, I don't actually have to go to China anon, I can just go to Chinatown that's nearby and literally larp that shit.

    That's what the afterlife is like from what I've come to know so far..

    >If it's just one Heaven spanning across multiple universes will it mean we're but a single piece of a whole self or does it work like a quantum suicide way?

    You become an admin of your own server.. after earning it etc.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Trismegistus

      You literally run the entire server and infrastructure of your sandbox God-backed heavenly abode that takes residence within the real world and in multiple places. It's nothing but kinks and queens up there.. except they fight for it in a friendly manner, like a chess game over a cigar. They're eternal spirits, it's what they do for fun. Not everyone gets this.

      There is a place I visit regularly, and I'm welcomed as such and I'm respectful and grateful for the time I get to spend there. It is a favored place of mine for personal manifestation and bringing forth things into the world. It's called the Aaru.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aaru

      >Read about the Elysium Fields
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elysium

      >Read about the Shamayim in Judaism
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heaven_in_Judaism

      A lot of religions talk about palaces and different abodes. Those are different heavenly realms with different sandbox settings lel.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Trismegistus

      >His home in the afterlife, known as the Mansion of Thoth, provided a safe place for souls to rest and receive magic spells to help them against the demons who would prevent them from reaching paradise. His magic was also instrumental in the revitalization of the soul which brought the dead back to life in the underworld. The association of writing with magic gave rise to the belief that Thoth had written magical treatises based on all he knew of the heavens, the earth, and the afterlife, and that these books were hidden away to be found by the initiates of later generations

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    one question per shit OP please.

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Honestly I just don't think there is a multiverse, at least not in the sense of
    >there's multiple versions of me, living out almost identical but slightly different versions of my life
    I think that idea is nonsense.
    My view is that we really are creating our reality at a level we don't comprehend, and the "multiverse" would basically just be the set of "material" realities that you could end up experiencing. Some could be heavenly/hellish universes.

    But I do think there is something beyond all that, which is probably what the gnostics called the Pleroma. Which would be a state of consciousness that is truly self-sovereign. Beyond material, and beyond concepts like lack, resources, need, or labor.
    To me such states of being would represent the truly heavenly realms.

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Trismegistus

    The afterlife is where you can sit down and invent magic that's backed by the big bro. You can literally do whatever you want.

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Trismegistus

    Also who's Karl Pilkinton? Either way good question OP

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