Tag: Realm of the Dead

Dealing with Death & Understanding Hades

Dealing with Grief caused by Death & all other relating topics concerning the End & Hades–

Death is the biggest unknown today. And there is reason for that. Today we live in a day & age where the imagination of humanity is seen as separate & false compared to logic. And this thinking is false within itself. In ancient times the distinction wasn’t so. There are downfalls for both. What humanity has yet to discover is that you must take the bad with the good. Bless our hearts we try. But without a balance between logic and imagination, without a clear outline definition of what Death is, the afterlife, and so on… We will always grieve, out of balance, because death inherently makes us focus on our mortality and questions that–modern society says you cannot answer. Because if you believe in a soul, afterlife, reincarnation or anything outside the scope of hard Christianity or hold a judgmental lack of belief–we find freedom that the government doesn’t care for. Why? Because if we bring back elements of the ancient past and mix it with current concepts we will then find a liberation & answers we’ve been subconsciously looking for and ultimately the lack of this liberation is what boosts our depression & grief 100 times!

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Helping My Passing Mother Cross Over.

It was the year 2011.. of course..


when my Mother fell ill with pneumonia while living three states away from me. I actually didn’t know she was sick, nor in the hospital, let alone in a coma until my sister found the courage to contact me. I only spoke to her once though, & then it was left between me & my Mother’s significant other to make the final decisions.

My Mother had been sick in the hospital with pneumonia for about three weeks by the time I found out. I didn’t have time to do anything other than tell her significant other that I feel that it would be best to pull the plug because it was being said that if she even comes out of the coma, which was doubtful, then she wouldn’t be the same & would most likely live on a breathing machine for the rest of her days. 

I knew without a doubt my mom would have chosen death before she would have chosen that life.  

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