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This book is dedicated to all living beings who expect to die sometime and to all of the dead people who ever lived who may still be living somewhere, sometime, somehow. This book is also dedicated to all of the people who are living that may need some ideas about what to do with themselves after they die. And to all the people who will soon be living by virtue of one or more of the following circumstances: birth, rebirth, resurrection, reincarnation, transconfiguration, cryogenic resuscitation, invasion of alien beings, angels falling out of grace, an act of one or more gods, transformation or transmigration, arrival from a different time/space/universe/plane of existence. If you have a faith, belief system, philosophical paradigm, or superstition to protect or defend regarding the subjects of life, death, afterlife, existence, spirits or god(s) that is your problem and I will leave you to it. Whoever you are, were, or will be, I trust that you will enjoy the "Rest of Eternity". 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kendra Hoffman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/004291/bk_acx0_004291_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Wicca is one of the most popular neo-pagan religion, which emphasizes on the peaceful relationship between the humans and nature. It is a religion that professes equality between men and women and emphasizes on a healthy coexisting relationship between humans and nature. Apart from this, the Wiccan philosophy is also largely based on magic and spell-casting. The Wicca religion also emphasizes and encourages on the transmigration of souls. There are many different interpretations of the Wiccan religious texts, but the general viewpoint is that the reincarnation of a soul is one of the pillars of the Wiccan way. One of the most common Wiccan theory is that when a person dies, their soul will temporarily reside in what they call "the land eternal summer", where they will prepare and wait for their next incarnation. This is the main difference between Wicca and other traditional Abrahamic religions.Wiccans do not seek to fulfill their religious goals just to simply attain a sure place in a heavenly kingdom or paradise. One of the main ethical laws of the Wiccan philosophy professes the following: do whatever you want upon Earth as long as it does not harm others. This saves the religion from the problematic gap between the transcendent and the real worlds that other Abrahamic and Dharmic religions usually have. Based on all these interesting concepts and theories, Wicca is a religion that greatly fascinates scientists and professors who are given the enjoyable task of researching on the development of various kinds of religions.Wicca is a neo-pagan religion that is heavily associated with magic and the Book of Shadows. Among the many things that fascinates people into studying about this religion is its philosophy of promoting equality between men and women and a harmonious relationship between humans and god. The presence of magic only adds to the fascination, as magic is one of the many things in life that still holds unraveled myster 1. Language: English. Narrator: Clare Radix. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/189592/bk_acx0_189592_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Ya''furiyya Shia (named for Muhammad ibn Ya''fur, to whom they were related) was a Ghulat sect of Shia Islam. The sect was also referred to as the Mu''ammariyya Shia. The Ya''furiyya believed in Reincarnation and a man named Mu''ammar al-Kufi to be their Lord. They believed that adultery, wine, amusements and all the other forbidden things (in Islam) to be lawful. According to the Ya''furiyya, the reason why Muhammad forbade these amusements and rewards was to prevent the Muslims from then thinking that they had achieved their reward in its complete entirety. This would have then made the Muslims commit fewer acts that would be worthy of the true worldly rewards (by way of the distractions of the amusements and rewards), and more acts that would result in the worldly punishments and transmigration of spirits into beast and reptiles. It would have also required the Muslims to work harder and do more good deeds to maintain their deserving position of the worldly rewards.
Death is a factual reality that every human being must encounter. However one fundamental question runs through the minds of men, "what happens after death?" when we die is that the end of our existence or is there a continuous existence in another form? There have been various stories about events that seem to suggest that even after death though the body decays, the soul of the person leaves on. This immortality of the soul is either explained as in the case of most Africans, through ancestor-hood or through a transmigration of the soul of the deceased into another person often times a new born child (reincarnation).There are even some tales in extreme cases of people still having some form of contact with the ghosts of these deceased or even cases where the deceased is said to live another different life somewhere far from his previous life existence and then suddenly disappears when the secret of his death in a previous life is exposed. These mystery of reincarnation will be exposed with focus on the Yoruba people of South West Nigeria.
The classic humorous novel about an alcohol-loving clergyman who thinks he is the reincarnation of a dog. Complete with the award-winning film screenplay that expands upon the tale.Dean Spanley is affable, conventional and prudent – the very archetype of a bland churchman. Only his keen interest in the transmigration of souls and his obsession with dogs betray any shadow of eccentricity.But then, richly primed with a few glasses of Imperial Tokay, he begins to speak vividly of the joys of rabbiting, of rolling in fresh dung and of baying at the moon. Are these canine memories a drunken fancy? Or can it be that Dean Spanley must once have been a dog?This special edition includes Lord Dunsany’s witty and inventive novel, My Talks With Dean Spanley, together with Alan Sharp’s award-winning screenplay for the film starring Peter O’Toole and Sam Neill, which faithfully adapts and expands upon the events in the story.
Das reRelease enthält das Debut Album und das 1991 Demo Unholy DomainnnDie späten 80er und frühen 90er waren die goldenen Jahre für die finnische Death/Grind Szene. Unzählige Bands entstanden in dieser Zeit mit unterschiedlichem Erfolg. Aber es gab eine, die sich mit einem besonderen Feeling vom Rest abhoben. Die Rede ist von DEMIGOD.?Eine Band die einfach nur angetreten ist, um die Musik zu spielen die sie liebten: DEATH METAL. Nur wenige Bands haben eine so perfekte Balance zwischen Brutalität, Melodie, Geschwindigkeit, Mystik und Heavyness erreicht. Slumber of Sullen Eyes wurde 1993 veröffentlicht. 23 Jahre später zeigt dieses Album ein ums andere mal, das ein derartiger Klassiker einfach zeitlos ist! TRACKS: 1. Apocryphal (Intro) 2. As I behold I Despise 3. Deadsoul 4. The Forlorn 5. Tears Of God 6. Slumber Of Sullen Eyes 7. Embrace The Darkness / Blood Of The Perished 8. Fear Obscures From Within 9. Transmigration Beyond Eternities 10. Towards The Shrouded Infinity 11. Perpetual Ascent 12. Darkened 13. Perpetual Ascend (Demo 1991) 14. Anxiety 15. Reincarnation 16. Succumb To Dark
In the first four essays in this collection, D. T. Suzuki reads Meister Eckhart with the eye of a master, pointing out where his understanding deeply coincides with that of Zen Buddhism. Next, he takes on a subject Christians often find difficult, the question of transmigration or reincarnation. Suzuki then compares the dimensionality of the crucifixion with that of enlightenment. In the later essays, Suzuki moves on to the Pure Land tradition of Buddhism, and in particular to the works of Rennyo (1415-1499) and the poetry of Asahara Saichi (1850-1932), for which he provides a rare translation.
Hermann Lotze, the German philosopher, in his magnificent Microcosm, argues that the idea of a transmigration of souls remains a dream of the fancy, nor has anyone yet succeeded in giving it a higher moral significance for the order of the universe. The ethical leverage of the doctrine of reincarnation is immense. Its motive power is great. It reveals as magnificent a background to the present life, with its contradictions and disasters, as the prospect of immortality opens up an illimitable foreground, lengthening out the horizon of hope. It binds together the past, the present and the future in one ethical series of causes and effects. In Reincarnation, a Study of Forgotten Truth, the author goes through an extensive study of the Bible, ancient poetry and writings, Western literature, the Christendom, and the religions of the East to answer one fundamental question: We cannot yet have learned all that we are meant to learn through the body; how much of the teaching even of this world can the most diligent and most favored man have exhausted before he is called to leave it; does all that remain lost?