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Say you're about to die and are packing some supplies for the afterlife.
People used to behave themselves for fear of retribution in the afterlife.
The afterlife is also not measurable, testable, or falsifiable.
It seems that believing in an afterlife only makes one less interested in reaching it.
And about his parents' beliefs with regard to the afterlife-specifically, about his father's beliefs-there is some evidence.
We don't measure no afterlife or realm of the afterlife.
Certainly not complete proof of an afterlife but perhaps a fair pointer.
In a final act of devotion, or coercion, six people were poisoned and buried along with wine and food to take into the afterlife.
Mummification was used to preserve the body so that the deceased's eternal soul would be able to reanimate it in the afterlife.
The mausoleums house not only the dead bodies of humans and animals but foods to provision them for the afterlife.
If the afterlife was considered an actual physical place, it was also one where there was real work to be done.
The people placed the objects within the mound for the deceased to use on their afterlife journeys.
Their opposition is connected with their beliefs about the afterlife.
Birds, especially in flight, represent the flight of the soul to the afterlife.

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