Millions of people visit what we call “the afterlife” every day bringing back empirical reports and information, including ongoing contact with the “dead.”
Interaction with the dead and “cross-dimensional” visitation has been reported from the earliest times in recorded history.
According to available data, it may be that a majority of people have experienced ADCs, or “after-death contact” of one kind or another, ranging up to fully physical manifestations of the dead here and long visitations with the dead in their world.
There has been a vast amount of technological interaction with what we call “the afterlife,” including with people who lived and died here. The technological evidence includes video, photos, and audio recordings.
Teams of scientists and engineers here have been collaborating for years with counterpart teams in what we call “the afterlife” to devise a better understanding of trans-dimensional communication.
These teams have produced patented transdimensional communications technology being developed and tested independently in three different well-funded research labs.
The bulk of data about the afterlife independently acquired for hundreds of years around the world demonstrates a base of commonalities and repeated cross-verifications of landmarks, environment and people in what might be described as afterlife areas dimensionally close to, and largely populated by people that have lived on, what we call this physical world.
In these nearby dimensions, people have physical bodies and tend to naturally appear to be 25-35 years old and physically “ideal” versions of their Earth experience. Our bodies are fully functional, but some uses are optional, like eating and breathing. There is a broader visible color palette than we are accustomed to here. There are no or negligible entropic effects. Teleportation, telekinesis and telepathy are common. Physical objects can be created by application of will.
The dead can see us – in fact, they are right here with us all the time. They and their world are not spatially separate from us and our world.
You retain your personality when you die.
Generally speaking, you enjoy a much greater mental capacity after death, such as greater focus and total experiential recall. All your senses are much more acute.
When people die, they often compare it to “waking up” from a dream. They report that what we call the afterlife feels more real than this world.
Time is often said to “not exist” there in the same way it exists here.
When you die, you usually find yourself surrounded by loved ones that have passed.
Although no physical issues survive death, there are occasionally psychological issues and trauma that is treated after death.
Some people die and don’t even realize it until much later, if ever.
There are infinite experiential realms and possibilities that are completely unlike the Earth and dimensions “near” Earth populated by countless beings many or most of which have never experienced a mortal life.
People in the afterlife have all sorts of various beliefs and models of reality, just like people here, including various spiritual and religious beliefs. People of like mind and views tend to aggregate into shared communities, usually finding themselves in such a community when they “die.”
There are natural landscapes and cities and buildings in the afterlife. There are jobs available and all sorts of activities and businesses, institutions of learning, entertainment, etc. The economy there appears to be usually based on symbolic transfers of a kind of energetic appreciation for services or goods.
There is technology and scientific research in what we call “the afterlife.”