The outermost square is the current environment. It is shown here as a square for clarity purposes however it is the three dimensional space around you now. At the center of that space is awareness shown as the small red dot.
One moment ago still exists. It has just moved into memory. The present is like the leading edge of a corridor. It has depth in time as shown here. All moments exist back in time all the way to conception.
The illustration above shows these moments fading as they get further back in time. While it appears that way from our perspective in the present, this isn't how it is. Actually these moments exist, exactly like the present. The only difference is that we are not in them now.
People consider computer memory superior to human memory. That is because they equate RECALL with MEMORY. They are COMPLETELY different things. Memory is the noun. Recall is the verb. Memory is perfect. It is three dimensioal space and four dimensional space/time. As such, it is a collection of every reality ever experienced. Recall is our limited ability to draw upon the time/space continuum that exists in memory. Memory appears to fade over time. It doesn't. It remains intact, exactly like the present.
All living beings have perfect memory. Imagine a card game where you RECALL EVERY card seen over hours of play with the same clarity as you experienced the first time. You would have savant's edge in the game. Those memories exist. They are accessible, just not now. Memories will be accessible at the end of life. There is a reason accounts of near death experience include life in review. The reason is it's true.
Here is your decision:
1. Quit here, I'm not convinced.
2. Perfect memory makes sense to me. I think I'll investigate.
For those still with me, please enjoy the presentation. The constant is memory. We've got computers around us every day. What would happen if computers recalled like humans? Computers would be unable to absorb, hold, and retrieve data reliably. Computers could not function.
Human memory (and animal memory) absorbs and stores data superior to any computer system. With human memory there are no dropped bits. Reality has depth. It exists back through time.
Once you see human memory absorbing reality - with no dropped bits - afterlife comes into focus. Proving afterlife involves more than perfect memory. Afterlife is how the universe works. From this point forward we go into detail about afterlife.
Geometry applies to life. Consider time. Awareness exists at a point in time; the present. Like time, awareness also exists at a location in space. During life we exist at a point in time and space. Afterlife is the opposite. Afterlife is all of time and space. Memory makes this possible. The end of life is where awareness makes a dimensional transition, from point within time and space, to all of time and space. This site explains afterlife in five independent proofs using over 100 illustrations. Human memory drops no bits. That's all you need to know!
Proof Of Afterlife is real because human memory drops no bits. Neither does animal memory. The notion that human memory forgets is not true. Does computer memory forget? It is FAR more likely that memory RETAINS what it experiences. The key to proving afterlife is to accept that MEMORY includes everything ever experienced. There are no dropped bits.
Then realize that this information will come back to you at the end of life.
Do not believe that life is all there is. Just because you don't experience it now, doesn't mean it doesn't exist. We will embrace - and be embraced by - all the knowledge in the universe at the end of life. I will prove it - not only once, but five times. Here is a brief description of the five proofs of afterlife:
1. Proof By Birth - the front end of the system.
Proof By Birth looks at the moment of conception at the beginning of life. Then it takes that "miracle of life" and applies it again at the END of life. However at the END of life we are going IN TO birth. We note the change from before and after birth, and apply that order of magnitude again. This proof alone provides VERY GOOD evidence as to the existence of afterlife.
2. Proof By Awareness - the small end of the system
Proof By Awareness shows how human awareness operates 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.
3. Proof By Memory - the large end of the system
Proof By Memory shows how the human mind absorbs reality into memory. It shows the underlying hardware required to build such a device. If you accept that memory drops no bits then memory becomes space. Memory also becomes time as all these moments exist. We prove this by showing awareness jumping around in time within memory.
4. Proof By Information - the hardware of the system
Proof By Information compares memory in a computer and memory in the mind. This section shows how memory can be built from elemental building blocks. The reliability of computer memory exists in humans and animals. The idea in this proof is to manifest memory logic using nerves. Nerves are like gates. The gates required for perfect memory can be built from a few basic parts. Memory also has the ability to heal itself without losing data.
5. Proof By Geometry - putting it all together!
To me, this is the purest, most awe-inspiring proof of the theory. When you follow these illustrations you see how life fits together. Scientists theorize how our universe can be traced back to a single point in space and time. This section explains how this concept of dimensional change exists and can be quantified.
The last section provides three verifiable test cases that provide evidence for the theory of afterlife. These evidential cases are:
1. Hyperthymestic Syndrome
2. Out Of Body Experience (OBE)
3. Near Death Experience (NDE)
The theory does not require evidence for support. However these are three verifiable clues in line with this theory.
Theory Of Afterlife is an illustrated piece. I try to illustrate every point I make. This is a new way of looking at life. I hope that you enjoy reading this theory as much as I enjoyed writing it. I have made every effort to present this material factually. I hope that it is received with love. That is how it is offered.
III. Reality And Memory
When something happens in our environment, we experience it, then we remember it. A more accurate way to see this is to imagine the present as part of a time/space continuum shown above. Think of memory as reality. Each second of reality is captured entirely as it happens.
Memory is your personal time-space continuum. Memory represents the space around you now. Memory is also the space that has been around you in the past. Your personal space began the moment your life began. It continues from that initial time to the present. Your memory contains all the environments you have experienced throughout your lifetime.
Shown below: On the left side of your time-space continuum is the present. This is the moment now. This is the leading edge of memory. The present is the environment around you at this moment. It is the moment you currently are living in.
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 in memory. However the two moments are fundamentally the same. It is only that one is in the present and one is in the past as shown here: