What Will Happen When You Die

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My Dad passed away a few months ago. He was a good guy. He had that perfect mixture of kindness and strength that everyone admires in a man. Being human, he had his weaknesses and imperfections, but he was good-hearted, genuine, principled, and courageous. Everyone that knew him, liked him; and if any didn’t, I’d bet they respected him. He was a simple guy; a straight shooter. He didn’t over-analyze things. He saw the world in black and white. If he liked you, he would do anything for you. If he didn’t like you, you’d better leave him alone because he would kill you. Like I said – kind and strong. Now that he’s gone, I realize how much I love him, and I miss him a lot. Since Dad passed away, I’ve been thinking more about death and contemplating the things that might happen in the after-life.

While there are exceptions, most people do not want to die. Many of us enjoy life and do not want to leave our loved ones. Sadly, increasing numbers of younger folk are so traumatized by their existence that they are taking their own lives. Yet many are scared to die, and I think it is the unknown that causes their fear. Let’s face it – there is plenty of mystery and confusion around this subject, thanks to the false prophets of religion, including “scientism”.

Eastern philosophers say we may come back as a ferret or a Siamese cat. Science and judaism says we all just die and rot. JudeoChristianity says we go to heaven, hell, or purgatory. Churchianity, however, can’t agree on who’s going where or when. The false doctrines concerning salvation and eschatology are so confusing and contradictory that folks don’t know what to believe. Remember: Babylon means “confusion”. Religion is Spiritual Babylon. God (YHVH) doesn’t care for religion.

So, what really happens when we die? The answer is: whatever God wants to happen. Firstly, we need to clarify something. I’m writing to and about White people. Whites are the only beings that belong to YHVH and His family. No animals or two-legged beasts will inherit eternal life. People of mixed-race are excluded from Yahweh’s congregation. The book of Ecclesiastes tells us that the breath of the beast goes down into the earth along with our flesh. However, our spirit goes back to God/YHVH, who gave it. Paul tells us in 2 Corinthians chapter 5, that when we are absent from our bodies, we are present with YHVH. After that, there are multiple possibilities.

I have a friend who fell out of a tall tree when he was a child. He died and went up into another realm. He sat in a board meeting around a table with other people and couldn’t understand why they were treating him like an adult. Hours later he was sent back into his body and “rose from the dead” much to the elation of his family. His experience became a calling and he has worked for YHVH for many years now. He is getting older and has some health issues, and wants to go back “home”.

My Dad, who I mentioned earlier, was reclining in his chair one day, and his mother, who was deceased, appeared in front of him. She asked him to come go with her. My dad told her that he couldn’t because it wasn’t his time to go, so she left.

My maternal grand-mother, who was a mighty follower of YHVH, told my family about having visits from her dead husband. He had visited her on a few occasions and asked her to go with him. She gave him the same reply that my dad gave his dead mother; that is, she couldn’t go because it wasn’t her time yet. The last time my grandmother mentioned it, she said that he had come to get her again. Then she said, “I think the next time he comes, I might go with him”. Grandpa must have came back for her because she died peacefully not long thereafter.

You may not believe any of that. That’s your choice. But, I’m sure you’ve heard similar accounts and numerous stories of “Near Death Experiences” of people leaving their bodies while clinically dead. Many come back with remarkable tales, some even providing proof by describing sights, sounds, and other verifiable events that they could not have known about. Surely, they aren’t all lying.

Others have either chosen or accurately predicted their deaths. For example: I have another friend who told me of his mother. She was elderly and weak, but otherwise, in decent health. She invited him over and explained that she was tired and wanted to go and be with God. She asked him if it was okay. He told her that he would miss her, but he wanted her to be happy. They said their good-byes and she sat back in her chair, closed her eyes and died.

Country music singer Merle Haggard died a couple of years ago, but seven days prior, he told his son, “I’m going to die next week on my birthday”. Sure enough, Merle expired in his tour bus seven days later on his 79th birthday.

More importantly, others have made choices in order to obtain a “better” resurrection (Hebrews 11:35). And, we (believing whites) are already “…raised up and seated with Christ in Heavenly high places” (Ephesians 2:6). For, “YHVH is the Savior of ALL men (whites), ESPECIALLY those who believe.” (1 Timothy 4:10).

I want to emphasize that YHVH will eventually “save” or preserve ALL of His people; that is, the Aryan, Adamic, White, Caucasian, Anglo-Saxon, Germanic, Scandinavian, and kindred people, who are the true Hebrew Israelites, the people of European descent and their posterity. The questions are when, how, and in what way? I believe it is different for each person.

You must understand that God/YHVH is staging a grand play of sorts. This play is a contest between good and evil, carried out by two races of people. The white-race from Adam represents Good (God), and the jew-race from Cain represents Evil (Devil). The other races are all either a high order of animal or a mongrelized offspring of bestiality and/or sex with demons. Some may or may not be useful in many kinds of ways by either of the two contestants. Both the Adamic and Cain races have divine origins, with angelic spirits which sometimes incarnate in bodies over and over again, carrying into new lifetimes something acquired from previous experiences. In order to understand this “contest”, it is most important to understand that God is doing this for a reason.

When satan and his angels/spirits rebelled, they were cast away/deported from YHVH’s presence. They came to the earth realm. Meanwhile, God created a race of humans and put His spirit in them, in order to vicariously experience His creation through them. When satan impregnated Eve with his corrupt seed, Cain was born and became the genetic carrier of the serpent’s/satan’s seed. Then God put enmity (hatred) between the two races (Genesis 3:15), starting this battle between Good/God and evil/devil on a natural and spiritual level. YHVH God will win the battle, but He will also use us and (((them))) to accomplish it, so that God can experience the natural material world that He created, and also share the victory over evil with us, His chosen people – His family. Satan and his angels will eventually be exterminated. But, we Israelites benefit by growing, learning, loving, feeling, experiencing, etc. God/YHVH benefits by having His Family to share and interact with. God loves us. He created us because He didn’t want to be alone. In order to be what God desires and demands that we become, we must go through lifetimes in this realm. It is a necessity. God didn’t even spare His Firstborn and Unique Son, Christ. “Although He was a Son, He LEARNED OBEDIENCE from the things which He suffered” (Hebrews 5:8). Yes, Jesus had to learn AND become perfect and complete. “For it was fitting that he, for whom and by whom all things exist, in bringing MANY SONS (us) to glory, should make the founder of their salvation PERFECT THROUGH SUFFERING” (Hebrews 2:10).

Now, none of us can compare to Christ, but some of us are smart and some of us are slow in learning. It may take you one hundred lifetimes, and it may take me a thousand, in order to get where God wants us. Does this make sense? At some point, we will all be rewarded or punished by the choices we make with our limited so-called “free-will”. We must be corrected in these physical bodies or risk being called, “…the least in the Kingdom of Heaven” (Matthew 5:19). Yes, there is much to learn and many things to suffer, “Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ” (Ephesians 4:13).

But what about Heaven? Hell? or even Purgatory? Well, that subject takes a whole writing of it’s own; but I will say that it is absolutely nothing like the “church” teaches. None of it is what you think. The carrot and the stick has been used by men to get the desired results for centuries, only you aren’t a mule, you are a Child of the Most High God – Yahweh Elohim, and the false prophets that mislead you and cause you pain, are gonna have their own “hell” to pay. Jesus said, “…It is impossible but that offences will come: but woe unto him, through whom they come!” (Luke 17:1)

I know I’ve lost some people so far. They can get it the next time around. I can hear you saying, “Reincarnation”? Is that what you’re teaching? Well, kinda but not really. Don’t get hung up on the word. Reincarnation makes one think of buddhists or asian monks chanting on a mountain top. That is NOT what I’m talking about. Some asian religionists will sweep their side-walks to keep from accidentally squashing a bug who they believe is their dead uncle Charlie! That is not how it works. No human will ever be re-incarnated as an animal or an insect. However, I firmly believe in “metempsychosis” or the transmigration of the soul. Again, when you die, your soul goes to God who will do as He pleases with it. You may rest, sleep, or lie dormant for ages. You may wander the earth for a century or haunt an old house. You will do what Yahweh deems necessary to get you to be what He wants you to be. And, that may consist of you coming back here in another body. I know of, at least one occurence of this happening in the Scripture. Your pastor has probably never shown you this, but I will be glad to.

After Elijah the Prophet left this world in a whirlwind, YHVH foretold, “Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and awesome day of the LORD” (Malachi 4:5). About 500 years later, John the Baptist was born. There are so many similarities between the two. They even dressed the same. An angel even told John’s father Zechariah that John would have Elijah’s SPIRIT (Luke 1:17). Jesus told them plainly, “And if you will receive it, THIS IS ELIJAH, which was for to come” (Matthew 11:14). Yahshua Christ said, “if you will receive it” because many would not, just like the false prophets in the pulpits today. You can show them these and other verses that state it clearly, and they will still deny it because they can’t receive it. The false doctrine they learned is more important to them than the words of Scripture which clearly says, “THIS IS ELIJAH”. It can’t be more plain. But religionists just associate this truth with the word “reincarnation” and they simply cannot accept it. This is why YHVH can’t reveal anything else to your thick-headed pastor, because he rejects God’s truth. Therefore to teach them a lesson, YHVH will send them a strong delusion and cause them to believe a lie and be condemned (2 Thessalonians 2:11-12). Pastors may have to come back as pew warmers and listen to the same lies they’ve been teaching in a future life.

Can you see the implications of this truth? The best way to empathize with someone is to have experienced something similar. My wife works with mentally challenged adults. She has seen their caretakers lose patience and be mean to them. Now, suppose one of these “care-takers” come back in another life in the body of a mentally challenged person. What better way could there possibly be for YHVH to teach His children to, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” (Matthew 7:12)?

Let us consider this in our own lives when dealing with our brothers and sisters. “Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.” (Galatians 6:7)

Regardless of the ways and means that YHVH uses to correct us, and experience His creation through us, one thing is for certain. We will stand before Him one day.

The Scriptures teach us in the parable of the wheat and the tares, that the jews will be gathered up and destroyed in the fire, but God’s White Race will be gathered into His Barn.“Then shall he say also unto them on the left hand, Depart from me, ye cursed, into an age of fire, prepared for the devil and his angels…And these shall go away into aeonian punishment; but the righteous into age-abiding life.” (Matthew 25:41,46) Then, Revelation 20:12 says, “And I saw the dead, the great and the small, standing before the throne, and books were opened; and another book was opened, which is the book of life; and the dead were judged from the things which were written in the books, according to their deeds.”

So ask yourself, do you want to be great in YHVH’s Kingdom or do you want to be the least? Do you want to wander the earth or sleep in the grave for ages? Do you want to graduate early or fail every grade? The truth is you don’t have to do anything, God works in you and through you; but will you allow Him to work His work in you; or will you hinder Him to your own detriment?

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