Originally Posted by SonoranBob
My point is that if the afterlife is also a figment of my imagination, than my dead Uncle Joe's experience of the afterlife is of no import to what mine will be. So I do not see any point in consulting a medium for information from dear Uncle Joe, or reading Uncle Joe's testimony of his momentary sojurn in *his* afterlife.
True, from a certain perspective. On the other hand, if you have created a reality with some stability and predictability in its operations, you might logically predict that what happens to the other humans that you have created, when they die, might not be all that dissimilar from what you'll experience, when you die.
Also, if you read the Seth materials, you'll see an interesting explanation why some people, upon death, will see Jesus, and some people, upon death, will see Buddha, and some people, upon death, will see [insert generic god of those people