Introduction to Proof of Afterlife
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Proof of Afterlife: Memory Is The Kingdom Of Heaven

Proof of AfterlifeProof of afterlife is real. It's unsettling, I know, but it's real none-the-less. The vast majority of people believe afterlife cannot be possible because awareness cannot continue in time past the end of life. They conclude because the mind stops working that afterlife cannot exist. Ironclad logic to be sure - but wrong.

Life exists within a four dimensional realm - length, width, depth, and time. During life conscious awareness has position within that realm - emanating from a point in both time and space. At the end of life conscious awareness undergoes a change, turning inside out to become that realm. Afterlife is where conscious awareness expands without bound. The most accurate description is "the kingdom of heaven."

This realm - of unlimited length, width, depth, and time - exists in memory. Memory is intact at the last moment at the end of life. That one moment is all that is needed because it contains all time. The "kingdom of heaven" exists entirely within memory at the last moment at the end of life.

The change in conscious awareness at the end of life, from a point in time and space to all of time and space, is called dimensional change. Dimensional change is consciousness changing dimension. We see it at the end of from the outside when life changes dimension from life to nothing. We see it at the end of life from the inside when life changes dimension from life to everything.

It's not easy dealing with our mortality. Believe me I know. But the time has arrived for us to know what happens at the of life. This site explains it fully from five perspectives. This is not a religious piece. It's not a personal manifesto either. It is a scientific theory that proves what happens at the end of life in specific terms.

I. Abstract

Theory Of Afterlife is organized into seven sections. You can access each section by clicking the corresponding tab above. Each of the five proofs is an independent proof requiring no information from the others. They all lead to the same conclusion however. It is important to approach afterlife from these five perspectives to provide a full and complete picture of how afterlife works:

1. Introduction provides an overview of the theory, orienting the reader to the concept of memory and how it works in life and again in afterlife.

2. Proof By Birth looks at the mathematical formula of being born at the beginning of life. Then it takes that same mathematical formula and applies it again at the end of life. Finally it proves afterlife by defining what happens to life when it goes through the same mathematical change that occurred at birth.

3. Proof By Awareness shows how the human mind operates in diminished capacity during life. Then it shows how awareness could possibly open up. Finally it proves afterlife by defining what happens when awareness opens up to its fullest extent.

4. Proof By Memory shows how the human mind absorbs reality into the mind by comparing it to a digital camera absorbing a scene. Then it shows how these scenes are filed away in long term memory. Then it shows how awareness is free to jump around in time within memory. Finally it proves afterlife by showing how awareness could conceivably open up throughout time.

5. Proof By Information draws a comparison between memory in a computer and memory in the mind. We show how memory is built from logic gates and how information can be stored in a matrix. Then it draws a comparison between a computer processor and awareness. Finally it proves afterlife by showing how memory is unaffected when power is turned off.

6. Proof By Geometry uses the concept of Euclidean Geometry to explain the relationship between awareness and memory. We use a pyramid to show how memory and awareness are inverses of each other. It uses the geometric definitions of point, space, and time to create a picture of life. Finally it proves afterlife by creating a visual illustration of what happens at the end of life.

7. Conclusion provides three verifiable test cases that provide evidence for this theory. These evidential cases are Hyperthymestic Syndrome, Out Of Body Experience (OBE), and Near Death Experience (NDE). While the theory does not require evidence for proof, it is important to see these things exist in our environment.

The General Theory Of Afterlife is an illustrated piece. There are over 50 illustrations to clarify each major point. I hope that you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it. I have made every effort to present this theory factually without imposing my personal feelings. It is just a different way of looking at the human experience. I hope that it is received with the same love and respect that is offered.

II. Reality And Memory

Reality and memory are tied together. To explain what I mean let me ask this question:

What do you think is the outer limit of the space around you?

Immediately we conjure up thoughts of outer space, stars, and the ever-expanding universe. We think of the outer limits of space as the universe around us all. We look to the outside world to find the answer to the outer limits of space.

Looking out into the environment to find the outer limit of space is correct, however there is another way to see it:

The outer limit of the space around you is your memory.

What a ridiculous statement! How can this possibly be true? What does memory have to do with surrounding space?

Before dismissing the concept of surrounding space as memory, let me explain this further. We humans see reality and memory as two completely different things. The conventional way to view reality and memory is as follows:

1. Reality is the outside world. It is the world we live in.

2. Memory is inside our mind. Memory is our thoughts that exist inside us.

The conclusion is that reality is outside and memory is inside. That is our conventional view of life.

I want to question that basic concept of life with this idea:

What if memory extends forward in time up to and including the present moment?

This diagram below illustrates what I mean.

time-space continuum

Shown above is your personal time-space continuum. This represents the space around you now and the space that has been around you in the past. You personal space began the moment your life began. It continues from that initial point in time to the present. The box shown above represents all the environments you have experienced throughout your lifetime.

On the left side of your time-space continuum is the present. That is the moment now. This is the leading edge of time. It is the environment around you at this moment. It is the moment you are living in currently.

Now think about the environment that was around you five minutes ago. This gives us two distinct moments to consider:

1. Now - the present moment.
2. The memory of a moment five minutes ago.

The first moment is reality and the second moment is memory. The two moments in time are fundamentally different. One is in the present and one is in the past as shown here:

memory and reality

Understanding The General Theory Of Afterlife requires seeing things in a new way. Part of that understanding is the concept of memory. Imagine, for example, that these two moments are equal and it is our position in time that makes them appear different.

Consider the illustration above. It shows two spheres representing space:

1. The sphere on the left represents reality (now).
2. The sphere on the right represents reality of a moment that occurred five minutes ago.

Assume for the sake of argument that the two moments are equal. The only difference is our awareness is located in the first moment (reality) and not in the second moment (five minutes ago). This means difference between the two moments could be perspective and nothing more. The two moments could possibly be the exact same thing viewed from two different points of view in time.

If this were true it would mean that memory extends from the past up to and including the present moment.

When you look inward as far as you can you eventually reach your point of view. Your point of view is the center of your universe. Our point of view is our awareness. Awareness emanates from the exact center of the universe. .

The exact center of your universe is your awareness.

Ridiculous! How can that be? How can you consider conscious awareness to be the center of the universe? How can awareness be the limit of smallness?

Return to our time-space continuum diagram above. Look at the red dot on the left, leading edge of the time-space continuum. That is you. Like the red dot sitting on the leading edge of your time-space continuum, you exist in the present. Your existence is within the present and in the center of your universe.

In terms of time awareness exists in the present. You have been alive since the beginning of your life. That distance in time, from the beginning of life to the present, represents your life span. In terms of geometry, your life span is like a line. It starts at conception and continues to the present. Your awareness emanates from a point along that line. Awareness exists in the present at the leading edge of that line.

Awareness is position within time.

In terms of space awareness sits at the center of the universe. Awareness is your position with the space is you. Like the red dot in the diagram, you exist at the center of your universe.

How much space does your point of view take up? What is the size of it? Is awareness a fuzzy cloud? Is there distance across awareness? Can this distance be measured?

Awareness is position within space.

Consider awareness in terms of both space and time. In terms of time awareness exists at a point of time. In terms of space awareness exists at a location. Awareness embodies the geometric definition of a point.  A point has no length, width, depth, or duration yet it exists. Awareness is position within both time and space.

So as you look into the microscope inward as far as you can you will arrive your awareness. Awareness is the center of your universe and the exact definition of a point within space and time.

III. Life Between Memory And Awareness

Life exists between awareness and memory. When we look inward through a microscope we look closer and closer until we arrive at awareness. When you look outward through a telescope we look out further and further until we arrive at memory as shown here:

time space continuum

Explaining memory and awareness in geometrical terms is not semantics. Defining awareness as position is not conjecture. Defining memory as the universe is not conjecture either. When you look at life as a point of awareness surrounded by a universe of memory certain mathematical relationships become clear.

This site includes a theory of afterlife proved in five different ways. Two things differentiate this theory of afterlife. I hope as you work with this material you will understand afterlife. You can draw your own conclusions about how this fits into your concept of life.

Do not attempt to read this site in one sitting. It is too different to comprehend easily. This is an new understanding of life. It takes time to reduce the emphasis on the physical world and bring up the emphasis on memory. Read each of the five sections one at a time until you understand it. Although this theory is simple, it takes time to get familiar with these different concepts. As you internalize these concepts you will see how beautifully everything fits together.