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The Pocket Guide to the Afterlife: 91 Places Death Might Take You
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A cleverly illustrated handbook to forty of the worlds most fascinating religions, complete with tips on how to make it to the Eternal Plane of your choosing.
Are you a virtuous person with no religion to call your own? Have you finished planning your life but cant decide what to do when it ends? Do you sometimes just get curious about Wiccan religious beliefs? I f you answered yes to any of these questions, then youre in luck.
In this essential guide to the afterlife, authors Augusta Moore and Elizabeth Ripley take us through religions from Ásatrú to Zoroastrianism, outlining their views of damnation, apocalypse, reincarnation, and more. Do you long to live out eternity on your very own planet? Check out the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Would you rather just lay out on the beach until the end of time? Druidism may be for you. Are you more of a stoic, no-frills type? Nirvana may be just what you need.
Filled with handy diagrams, illustrations, and fun facts about each religion, The Pocket Guide to the Afterlife is the only book youll need for the rest of eternity.
In this cleverly illustrated guide to the afterlife, the authors take readers through religions from Asatru to Zoroastrianism, outlining their views of damnation, apocalypse, reincarnation, and more.
About the Author
Augusta Moore is currently experiencing her 973rd reincarnated form, having moved up from her last incarnation as an Arctic krill, and is hoping to get it right this time. Shes not sure writing this book has helped. Elizabeth Ripley has spent her life devoted to world peace, and hopes that through this book, her dream of a world summit including Louis Farrakhan, the pope, and the spirits of Baháulláh and L. Ron Hubbard may finally be realized.
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