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Everything that has a start, will also have an end.
As long as we are finite beings, death shall dwell with and matter to us.
Death is not necessarily the end of life.
We must learn to understand, relate to, not fear, face and transcend death - for ourselves, and for the good of our entire species.
This book is a collection of notes1 on the subject of death, with special emphasis on perspectives and topics relevant to the students and adepts of Occult Science especially. If you wish to master the mysteries of death, this book is dedicated to you.
1These notes are mostly excerpts from the material available to students of Occult Science at the NuChwezi School of the Esotetic (E. Africa)
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO BEFORE YOU DIE?
Thousands of people were asked that question in various places all over the world (see the Project here), and in this piece, I attempt to collect together a good number of them - taking care to not echo most duplicates, but again, preserve an idea of what dreams most people had. Definitely, there could be bias in the chocies I made (I can't say I was objectively random), but I tried to be fair to all sorts of perspectives - including the ones that admitted to being clueless!
Okay, personally, were I to answer this question, my answer would already be somewhere on line...
What about you? Which of these responses resonates the most with you? Do you think it worth to ask this question, and try answering it?