Conclusion

The evidence for life after death is overwhelming and this summary is meant to be more than just idle speculation.  The afterlife is an objective reality that exists whether we like it or not and our passage there after physical death will be an automatic process, in spite of what many religious groups may claim.  I have attempted here to set out a possible location for the next world which is so well hidden and mysterious. It is clearly not anywhere within our understanding of normal space and time yet appears to be all around us. We will all leave this material existence one day and not knowing what happens next is a woefully negligent position to be in, yet there are too many clues to say there is nothing. If a meaningful afterlife is confirmed the changes to humanity will be astounding; crime will become a thing of the past and the knowledge that we all have an ultimate purpose will transform human existence.  
 
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