Do you ever feel like everything is programmed? But what if death were? The simulation theory says that our lives are just numbers in the video game of a more powerful being.
Rastafarians think that life will always go on. People only die when they refuse to do what is right. Because of this, in their culture, funerals are not really big events.
This says that when you die, you come back to life right away, but you don't remember anything about the life you just lived.
The cosmic theory says that our minds are part of the universe, not our own bodies. When you die, your mind goes back to the universe.
Buddhists believe that people come back to life after they die. After you die, you can come back as a god, a demi-god, a human, an animal, or a ghost.
This theory says that when we die, we will still be living in the same universe, but in a different place and time.
According to the dream idea, when we die, we will simply awaken from a long, vivid, and very complex dream. To pinch oneself.
Fallen soldiers and dying mothers became sun-following hummingbirds. Mictlan received "less glorious" deaths. Tlalocan received drowning victims.
Death, in Plato's view, is merely the transition from one life to another; it is not the end of the journey.