ASSOCIATION FOR EVALUATION AND COMMUNICATION OF EVIDENCE FOR SURVIVAL

An encyclopedic compilation of descriptions of the life hereafter, as given by discarnates and as recalled by the entranced. This is an ongoing project; many sources have yet to be examined. Let us know if you have a book or document that you believe should be included.

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The Transition - T

    • Sensations & Emotions - T1

    • Location - T2

    • Destinations - T3

    • Arriving/Awakening - T4

    • Greeters & Guides - T5

    • Review & Judgement - T6

Conditions/Environment - C

    • Physicality/Realness - C1

    • Light & Climate - C2

    • Landscape & Vegetation - C3

    • Buildings & Infrastructure - C4

    • Time - C5

    • Technology - C6

Particular Populations - P

    • Children & Infants - P1

    • Stillbirths & Abortions - P2

    • Aliens/Non-Earthlings - P3

    • Pets & Animals - P4

    • Angelic Beings - P5

    • Suicides - P6

Mind & Body - B

     • Character & Emotions - B1

     • Memory & Knowledge - B2

     • Structure & Functions - B3

     • Appearance & Clothing - B4

     • Food & Drugs - B5

     • Rest & Sleep - B6

Operating/Functioning - F

    • Communicating - F1

    • Traveling - F2

    • Creating & Controlling - F3

Social Aspects - S

     • Gender & Sexuality - S1

     • Personal Relations - S2

     • Race & Ethnicity - S3

     • Status & Competition -S4

     • Government & Authority - S5

     • Trade & Money - S6

Activities - A

    • Religion & Morality - A1

   •  Work & Study - A2

    • Entertainment & Art - A3

    • Sports & Games - A4

    • Gatherings & Celebrations- A5

    • Leisure & Hobbies - A6

Relation to Material Realm - R

     • Awareness of - R1

     • Communicating with - R2

     • Attraction to - R3

     • Ability to Affect - R4

     • How Affected by Us - R5

Soul Development - D

    • Birth/Creation - D1

    • Oversouls & Groups - D2

    • Choosing the Physical - D3

    • Reincarnation - D4

    • Advancement/Progress - D5

    • Apotheosis - D6

"Man never dies, cannot die, however he may wish it — in that great truth rests the key to the future."
– Imperator

Elaborations of Subjects, Categories, and Topics

       A - Activities

Religion & Morality - A1.
     a1.1 - Good, Evil, God, and Satan
     a1.2 - Religious Views and Practices in Spirit Realms
     a1.3 - Spirit's Opinions of Earthly Practices

Work &Study - A2
     a2.1 - Jobs — General
     a2.2 - Job Training
     a2.3 - Learning Spirit Life
     a2.4 - Optional Classes
     a2.5 - Education — General

Entertainment & Art - A3
     a3.1 - Music
     a3.2 - Painting
     a3.3 - Sculpture
     a3.4 - Literature and Libraries
     a3.5 - Miscellaneous Performing Arts
     a3.6 - Other Artistic Expressions

Sports & Games - A4: What sort of games and sports can be played in a realm where participants can read each other's minds and move at the speed of thought?

Gatherings & Celebrations - A5: Assemblages to coordinate efforts, ceremonies of honor and recognition, celebrations of special occasions, and observations of holidays..

Leisure & Fun - A6: Do spirits read books? Go for strolls by the seaside? Knit sweaters? Solve puzzles? Practice Taijiquan?

       B - Mind & Body

Character & Emotions - B1: Personality characteristics as carried over into, or formed within, the spiritual realms.

Memory & Knowledge - B2: What does the spirit know of its past, its present, its purpose, its future? How are the intellectual powers linked to the mind, brain, spirit?)

Constitution & Functions - B3: How "real" are spirit bodies? Do they get sick? Can they be injured? Do they consist of organs? Do they rely on bacteria?
     b3.1 - Body Parts, Organs, and Cells
     b3.2 - Senses and Faculties
     b3.3 - Health and Vitality
     b3.4 - Abilities and Control

Appearance & Clothing - B4: How spirits appear to each other. How they identify one another.

Nourishment & Drugs - B5: Sustenance, eating, drinking, taste, digestion, and elimination, plus the use of tobacco, alcohol, and other substances in the spirit realms.

Rest & Sleep - B6: The requirement for, and practice of, sleep and rest in the spirit realms.

       C - Conditions/Environment

Physicality & Realness - C1:How solid, how real?

Light & Climate - C2: Ambient light, day & night, temperature, wind, rain, etc., in the spirit realms.

Landscape & Vegetation - C3: Plants, trees, agriculture, and other growing things, plus land formations, rivers & seas, mountains, caves, soil, and minerals in the spirit realms.

Buildings & Infrastructure - C4: Architecture, design, planning, and appearance of houses, halls, offices, parks, roads, bridges, etc., in the spirit realms.

Time - C5: How spirits sense change and the passage of time. How time in the spirit realms compares to time in our world.

Technology - C6: Inventions, equipment, devices, and machinery in the spirit realms

       D - Soul Development

Birth/Creation - D1: The origination of souls/spirits.

Oversouls & Groups - D2: Hierarchies of souls, multiple manifestations of a soul, clans and other soul groupings.

Choosing the Physical - D3: The reasons a soul comes to live on Earth or another physical locale.

Reincarnation - D4
     d4.1 - Process and Procedures
     d4.2 - Planning and Purposes
     d4.3 - Impact and Memory
     d4.4 - Partners and Groups
     d4.5 - Roles and Gender
     d4.6 - Affirmations and Denials

Advancement/Progress - D5: Prompts, motivation, or requirements for a spirit to move on to other/higher realms.

Apotheosis - D6: Life 'among the Gods', What the whole process is about and where spirits are ultimately headed.

       F - Operations and Functioning

Communicating - F1: How spirits communicate among themselves.

Traveling - F2: How spirits move within and between the spirit realms.

Creating & Controlling - F3
     f3.1 - Methods and Material
     f3.2 - Waste and Recycling
     f3.3 - Creating Homes
     f3.4 - Artifacts
     f3.5 - Landscaping

       P - Particular Populations

Children & Infants - P1: The differences in experiences between those who die as infants or children and as adults.

Stillbirths & Abortions - P2: The fate of souls intended for fetuses that are stillborn or aborted.

Aliens/Non-Earthlings - P3: The existence of spirits from deceased intelligent beings who died on other planets.

Pets & Animals - P4: The presence and activities of pets, domestic animals, and wildlife in the spirit realms.

Angelic Beings - P5: Are angels different from the spirits in men? If so, how?

       R - Relation to Material Realm

Spirits' Awareness of Us - R1: The means and extent of the awareness by spirits of the thoughts and actions of people in our world.

Spirits' Communications With Us - R2
     r2.1 - Process and Methods
     r2.2 - Content and Purposes
     r2.3 - Obstacles and Distortions

Spirits' Attraction To The Earth - R3: Fixation on, longing for, or focus on the physical realm by spirits.

Spirits' Ability To Affect Us - R4
     r4.1 - Process and Methods
     r4.2 - Inspiration/Innovation
     r4.3 - Manifestations
     r4.4 - Promoting Spirituality

How The Spirits Are Affected By Us - R5: The extent to which our thoughts, prayers, and actions can affect the spirits.

       S - Social & Relationships

Gender & Sexuality - S1: The extent and role of male and female orientations and functions in the spirit realms.

Personal Relations - S2
     s2.1 - Spouses and Lovers
     s2.2 - Family and Friends
     s2.3 - Miscellaneous Ties and Bonds

Cultural Divisions - S3: The presence and meaning of ethnic and racial concepts in the spirit realms.

Status & Competition - S4: How societal position is measured and achieved in the spirit realms.

Government & Authority - S5: How decisions, rules, and laws are made and enforced in the spirit realms.

Trade & Money - S6: The means of assessing value and achieving fair exchanges in the spirit realms.

       T - The Transition

Sensations & Emotions - T1: The sensory impressions and feelings experienced during and closely following death.

Location - T2: Where the spirit realms are.

Destinations - T3
     t3.1 - Organization and Layout
     t3.2 - Determining Factors
     t3.3 - Lower Realms
     t3.4 - Middle Realms (general qualities)
     t3.5 - Higher Realms

Arriving/Awakening - T4: The process of becoming aware of, and accustomed to, the spirit realm.

Greeters & Guides - T5: Those who welcome and advise new arrivals in the spirit realms.

Review & Judgement - T6: Evaluating the previous life and determining its impact on the future of a spirit.


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