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Afterlife according to different religions

In all times, man has tried to figure out where he comes from, why he exists and where he is heading.

Here are the views of the world religions on what happens when life ends on earth. In all religions there are nuances and shared conceptions. Here we describe the main conceptions in the respective religions.

The UNIFIER is the Messenger of the New Age (ambassador) of Christ’s esoteric (inner) teachings. He is the only one who can answer the questions concerning the spiritual mysteries of life. No one else can do it because each person’s perception and reality differs from each other depending on the individual’s experience and consciousness level to interpret reality. What is real to one individual may be unreal to another. This is due to the encoded program that constitutes the individual’s inner design. 98 % of the DNA content that modern science cannot decode and call junk DNA contains all the codes related to the inner and outer characteristics of the human being – why we are the ones we are.

The parts of our DNA-legacy that was previously regarded as having no task have instead many important functions.

There are four main categories of people on earth whose DNA structures (matrices) are different from each other. Within each category, each individual’s internal design, DNA matrix is unique in its kind.

Christianity: God’s heaven

Christians are waiting for the return of Jesus to “judge the living and the dead” as it is written in the apostolic creed.

And the Father judges no one but has completely entrusted the judgment to the Son. John 5:22

After death, an everlasting heaven or an eternal hell is waiting. There are shared views on what these opposites actually mean; but to reach heaven, most Christian traditions emphasize to confess Jesus as the Son of God and to believe that he has died on the cross for the sins of men. If you confess Jesus as the son of God, his death becomes an act for the guilt of men.

In God’s heaven there is no sin, sorrow and moaning and it is described as a paradise.

UNIFIER’S answer: The “Jesus” that the Catholic or Lutheran Church has created and emphasizes, has never existed in reality. The Jesus that constitutes the prototype of the Christian religion is the Nazarene Jeshu Ben Pandira, the “Teacher of Righteousness”, who was the spiritual teacher of the Essenes. He was the leader of the Essenes who is mentioned in the Dead Sea Scrolls and in the book “The ESSENE GOSPEL OF PEACE”, translated to Spanish and to English by Esmond Bordeaux Székelyi. The Gospel of the Essenes is an old manuscript found in the Vatican Library in Rome, Italy.

“Jesus” in the sun theology, and later in the Gnostics, symbolizes the “Son” principle, the “Individualized Soul,” the Seed Atom, and “Christ” is the “Father”, the “Universal Soul”, the Ocean of Energy and Consciousness.

The return of Jesus is not a physical phenomenon, but a fusion of man’s individual Soul with the Universal Soul, the Father, the Power of Christ.

I and Father are One. I am in the Father and Father in Me. Without the Father, I can do nothing. It is the Father within me who acts.

Through the religion, the Church has separated man from his true origin, the Father, God (the Universal Soul). When the Individual Soul (Jesus) has merged with the Universal Soul (Christ), then man first becomes one with his origin. The Son (the individual soul) has returned to the Father’s House (the universal soul) and then there will be happiness in heaven.

This is symbolized by the return of Jesus, i.e. the Soul’s influence over the Mind, the Intellect. There is no human being that can take on the sins of other people. According to the law of fate (karma) about sowing and reaping, we all have to reap what we have previously sown during our earthly life, both for good and evil. No one can escape his destiny neither in this life nor in the life after the cessation of the biological body.

The kingdom of Heaven or Hell is a state and not a place. God’s heaven comes first when one has atoned for his crimes against his fellow human beings and nature, i.e. when one lives in harmony with everything created.

Christ’s 2nd return which has been mentioned by the Pope Francis, is symbolized by the UNIFIER’s (Mark John’s) alias Sandor A. Markus’ appearance in the Nordic region.

Islam: the Good come to paradise

The Prophet Muhammad tells about the resurrection after death and the ultimate judgment. Life and everything in this world will end one day where everything will be wiped out. This day is called Qiyamah (the last day).

All people who have been living in the world since its creation will have new life and be brought before Allah, who will judge them. This is called resurrection.

The life of every human being, with all good and evil deeds, i.e. their Souls, will be brought before Allah on the Day of Judgment. God will weigh the good deeds against the evil ones.

The ones whose good deeds outweigh the evil ones will be rewarded, and the one whose evil deeds outweigh the good ones will be punished.

The good ones will come to a paradise, and the gates of eternal peace will be opened to them. The believers who have been condemned will be sent to hell and it is described as the place of fire and torment.

UNIFIER’S answer: The same laws apply to those who profess Islam as those who profess the Christian faith. You cannot end up in any other state after the removal of the biological, physical body, death, than what you have created mentally and have stored in your subconscious database. If you violate the law of the cosmos, universe by violating your fellow human beings and nature and not following the cosmos’s laws of ethics and morality, you cannot count on coming to paradise, but instead to hell.

However, if you lived a righteous life and helped, served your fellow human beings, then you do not end up in hell but in paradise. You are reaping the fruits of your own actions. This law applies to all living human beings, regardless of where they are in the universe or what philosophy or religion they follow.

Hinduism: Divine world

Despite many different variants, the thought of reincarnation is central to the vast majority in Hinduism, i.e. that the immortal soul, “atman”, is reborn in the form of a higher or lower being, depending on how good karma it has.

The ultimate goal, nevertheless, is something called mokhsa (liberation), where the atman (soul) ceases to move on to a new human incarnation but unites with the Universal Soul Brahman. Then, one has found his true soul identity that corresponds to the world soul, and the wandering of the soul ceases.

Moksha is described as a divine and wonderful world, where only peace, harmony and complete happiness exist.

The Hindus have hundreds of thousands of gods to ask for help and guidance, both evil and good. Meditation and yoga are important parts in Hindu philosophy.

UNIFIER’S answer: The Hindu interpretation is correct, with modification. The only god they should worship is “Sat Purush,” (the power of Christ), the Godhead. Worshiping four-dimensional (4D) beings in the parallel world does not lead to liberation and union with Brahman. Brahman as well as JHVH, Allah, Lucifer, Kal Purush, Konkachila, Viracocha, Wingmakers, is the Creator of the Mind World, the Creator of Intellectual Power. It is the Creator of the Mind and not of the Soul. The soul can be compared to the solar energy, while the mind can be compared to the moon energy. The moon energy is a projection (reflection) of the solar energy. The beings within Hinduism that are being worshiped, prayed to and sacrificed to are not “gods”, but 4D subtle (astral) entities, beings. We do not advocate meditation and yoga according to Hindu tradition, as it has the purpose to get people to remain in the lower mind regions, which are under the influence of the negative mind power.

Judaism: Spiritual state after death

God is the Creator, and the Soul that comes from God, will come to God again.

The Jews believe that the Messiah will come when the time is ripe and then the good will rule on earth. Both Christianity and Judaism believe in the concept of Messiah, but the Christians believe that Jesus was the Messiah and the Jews are still waiting for a Prince of Peace. To the Jews, Jesus was just a scholar.

Judaism believes there is a spiritual state after death. It cannot be described in detail. But the teachings say that death is not the end. The spiritual world is described in Hebrew as “Olam Ha-Ba”, which means: the world to come, a messianic state, a state where peace and tranquility prevail among the people. Judaism, however, emphasizes the importance of life, and not the life after death.

Judaism has also no role model like in Christianity and Islam as Jesus and Muhammad.

UNIFIER’S answer: The Unifier is the Prince of Peace, the Messiah that the Jewish people are waiting for. There is no one else. The Messiah that the Jews are waiting for has already arrived. But the Jews do not recognize the Messiah they are waiting for. A Messiah does not propagate for war, but for peace. Peace cannot be achieved with violence. The history has proven this. The Law of Moses: An Eye for an Eye, and a tooth for a tooth, is not what the Messiah prophesies.

Christ said: I am in this world but not of this world.

The Messiah has come to contribute to peace without violence. Violence leads to violence and to suffering and misery. The task of the UNIFIER (Messiah) is to guide man so that he finds peace, harmony within himself. Only then can man contribute to peace and harmony beyond himself, in society and in the world. If you cannot help yourself, then you cannot help someone else. One who cannot swim cannot save the one who is drowning.

The Life after this, in the parallel world (the astral world) is the result of the life we live here and now. Nobody can experience happiness, harmony in the parallel world after his death, if he has not lived a life of justice in his earthly life. In the present (real time) we are creating our future destiny.

Buddhism: The goal is to achieve nirvana

The Buddhists also believe in reincarnation. However, unlike Hindu, it is a person’s karma that is reborn and not a divine immortal soul. In Buddhism, the wheel of death and rebirth is called “Samsara”.

But the ultimate goal of a Buddhist is to eventually cease being reborn and achieve nirvana. The Buddha state means that you have reached the state of nirvana.

The Buddhist wants to be released from life because everything in life is suffering, even rebirth.

Nirvana is an enlightened state where the suffering of this world ceases and its existence can be described as a kind of eternal rest. Meditation and different patterns of living, including something called the eightfold path, are important parts for approaching enlightenment and peeling away the life we live here on earth. The enlightenment is only achieved once one has understood the meaning of life and has begun to practice it in daily life.

The central figure Buddha reached nirvana after his death and his life and deeds are for guidance and help to his followers.

UNIFIER’S answer: Nirvana is a state and not a place. When the mind (thought) has silenced, and the mind no longer has influence over the soul, then the Nirvana state has been reached. You can achieve this during your earthly life if you meditate correctly and do not let yourself be influenced by the mind and senses.

Nirvana is the Ocean of Tranquility, “Amritzar”. It is “the Voice of Silence”, the Zero Point Energy, the neutral energy, the eye of the storm, where absolute silence prevails. In Nirvana there is no development. Everything is in a vacuum state. This state is characterized by tranquility without the influence of the mind and senses. Nirvana corresponds to the “Nothingness” in the “Allness”.

Nirvana can be compared to TAO.

After having spent years in meditation and focusing in the forehead region, in the center of Tisra Till, the Soul’s and the Mind’s center in the forehead region, and has achieved absolute silence and can behold the mind world totally neutral, without any evaluation, then you find yourself in the ocean of silence, in the state of Nirvana. The majority of the Yoga masters achieve this state first after the bodily death, the death of the physical body, the ceasing of one’s housing. From the nothingness is the Allness, Everythingness created.