Leben nach dem Tod?: Ein Leitfaden, um die unvorstellbaren Wunder des Jenseits zu erreichen
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Leben nach dem Tod?: Ein Leitfaden, um die unvorstellbaren Wunder des Jenseits zu erreichen


Zoltan Bartok

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I have believed almost all my life that all our struggles can't be in vain, that we can't just disappear once our bodies throw in the towel, but I couldn't have my faith up to 100% because I couldn't imagine how it is possible to survive "death". Then, a few days after I finished writing "Life after death?", sitting in front of my computer, saving a file, it hit me. Now I can imagine how it might be possible to move on from this life.

Will you be deleted?
Who has not heard the religious term "being saved"?
Well, finally, we are in the age of the computer... and finally, we can realize what "being saved" might actually mean. It means, in my interpretation, that your essence, the part of you that is just as non-material as a file on a computer hard drive, will not disappear in the "void" when your physical body stops functioning... The same way you save a file onto another storage device let's say because your hard drive is about to die, our "Creator" (God, Allah, Yahweh, or whatever name/language you prefer) might save your "soul", the bio-electronic file that is You. Obviously, your "soul" is the combination of your identity, your ego, your consciousness, your memories, etc., everything other than your physical body, the "hardware".
To a Quora question I described the "transformation" (being saved) this way: Transformation = your "soul" (the bio-electronic file that is You without the physical body) saved onto a device probably more sophisticated than your current "hard drive" (the memory cells in the brain), and entered into a realm most likely more advanced than the world we already know... saved by our "Creator" (the "Prime Operator").
Not so long ago we ran around with stone axes in our hands. I believe that technology would be unknown if it had not been given to us by Higher Forces. Knowledge has been gradually revealed to selected individuals whose brains were capable of receiving impulses. (Another possibility is that representatives of those Higher Forces have been living among us disguised but I am more inclined to believe the previous version, mainly because of my own experience with discovering the game of Gle'x. If you care to read more about this, find L. Lynn Smith's 4-page article in the Abstract Games Magazine - Issue 11, August, 2002)
Would you save a file that is not worth saving or a file that is corrupted? Probably not. Would our "Creator" save our "soul" if it was corrupt or not worth saving? I don't think so.
You might have your hopes up high by some "brave" entrepreneurs who promise that in a couple of decades they will develop technology to keep you alive forever by downloading your "mind" into a super-computer. I'm afraid, even if that became reality, it would mean "evolving" in the wrong direction. I'd much rather move forward by ascending to a higher form of existence, and I believe - if ascension is a possibility at all - that our Creator has just the right plan for those who meet the criteria. My writing "Life after death? A guide to reaching the unimaginable wonders of Afterlife" attempts to analyse what that criteria might be.
A new version of our file ("soul") is probably saved and stored after every event of our life so at the end of our physical life "God" could use the best file available, in which case it would not matter if, for example, Alzheimer debilitated our "hard drive" (the memory cells in the brain)... How could "God" perform the operation? By simple wireless technology, I think. The Universe is full of energy.
Of course, my speculation can be totally wrong; probably no human brain is capable of figuring out what really is going on here. Nevertheless, creating hope for ourselves can make us feel better about the big unknown we call death. And as many have already said: it is better to believe than not to believe.
Translated by the author with the help of an online translator. Translation may contain inaccuracies.