>The point is we have proof of destruction of consciousness before death. Way to conviniently gloss over critical detail. It's little wonder you believe in nonsensical lies.
Only if you assume that consciousness is bound up with the physical body and unable to separate from it, which is false.
>I'm glad you at least umderstand that muchn since that was your fatal flaw with trying to conclude a bunch of people WANTING there to be consciousness after death automatically made it so for no reason. Fix that mistake and you'll make a little progress.
The claim that tons of historical and mythological accounts only amounts to people 'wanting' it to be true is just conjecture and has no basis.
>If we had actual examples and not just baseless claims, maybe, but theyre just claims, nothing more. You may as well conclude Harry Potter is real because there's so many "accounts" of his existence, and if you don't think he's real, you just haven't done enough "research". Also, again, mythology is not real. There is no hades, there are no titans or ice giants, there isn't a shred of it anywhere. It's time for you to grow the hell up.
There are many historical and mythological accounts which testify to it. Harry Potter isn't an equivalent example, as it's entirely fiction. If you knew anything about ancient history at all, you'd know that the ancient 'mythological' texts were considered to be historical by the contemporaries.
There is an underworld, and there were giants. There's plenty of evidence for both. For giants, there were plenty of bones and entire skeletons being dug up which support their existence. The only one who needs to grow up is you, since you're still stuck in the mindset of
>if a jewish-approved scientist doesn't say it's true then it can't be true
>It means everything, because these beliefs only exist due to rampant wishful thinking. People couldn't come to terms with their mortality and that's why it's such a pervasive trope.
Pure conjecture. Just because you think this is why those accounts were madPost too long. Click here to view the full text.