The years you have lived can provide a clue to finding out your date of death.
Your everyday habits, your way of life, the places you have resided at,
along with a series of other factors have already pre-determined how and
how long you are going to spend the remainder of your life.
Learning the date of your death based on facts from your past and present
will give you a chance to adequately evaluate the mistakes you have made
and think more clearly about your future.
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There are several types of death due to the factors which have resulted in:
Physiological death (natural) - is due to the aging process
ecological death (unnatural) - is due to environmental factors
causes of death from disease - occurs due to illness,
violent death - as a result of injury (mechanical, chemical, thermal, radiation, etc.) and contrasted its natural death.
Due to the death rate of breakdown is as follows:
slow death - is preceded death agony lasting from a few minutes to several hours,
sudden death - a death occurs immediately - within a few seconds.
Death in contemporary culture.
Sketch - a portrait of a dead woman.
Many contemporary artists, referring to the tradition, impersonate death. Examples might be:
Literature: Death of books by Terry Pratchett.
Comic: Death from Sandman series by Neil Gaiman.
Death in religions and beliefs.
The Horoscope of Poland.
Death is a common element of religious symbolism, whether in connection with the emergence from the dead, or reincarnation.
In polytheistic religions and mythologies henotheistic often present higher beings were associated with death (eg Hel in Norse mythology, and Hades in Greek). Sometimes, as in the case of Osiris in Egyptian mythology, the god of death was also the god of life.
Death in the beliefs of the Egyptian.
Egyptians attach great importance to the survival of the body after death. They believed that the death of a man in during breaks down into two elements: each - double the earthly body, the spiritual personality and ba - the soul represented as a bird with a large head. Because each had a need after the death of the body because mummified corpse, built huge tombs and painted scenes from the life of the deceased on the walls, so that each could go back and enjoy life after death, as if she was still alive. Based on Kenneth Paul Kramer's "The Death of different religions", published by WAM.
Death in Greek mythology.
According to Greek mythology, hit dead to Hades. Deceased was placed in the mouth obol to be able to pay for the transport Charonowi across the river Styx. God was the personification of death, Thanatos, the brother of sleep - Hypnos. One of the functions of the god Hermes (Hermes Psychopompos as) was "conducting" the souls of the dead to the land of the dead. The worst offenders were sent to Tartarus, while good for the life of the people - the Champs-Elysees.
Death in the beliefs of the Vikings.
According to the land of the Vikings, there are two where we go after death. The first is full of all the pleasures of Walhalla, which follow the person died in battle, becoming einherjarami. They have to wait for the coming of Ragnarok, when will the final battle at the side of Odin. The second is an icy Niflheim, which prohibited the fight (as opposed to Valhalla, where the will of the einherjarowie can fight each other, training before Ragnarokiem), and where the deceased go naturally or as a result of the disease.
Death in the beliefs of the Slavs.
In the light of anthropological analogy that, according to the spiritual elements of the Slavs (although the scope of conceptual terms soul and spirit among the Slavs was quite broad, with a relatively blurred borders) was in man probably more than just one, and their fate after death were different. According to one of the more popular concepts were isolated two basic components form the spirit - the soul of self and life. One of these elements as a divine spark of life was reincarnated element, which after his death (by Wyraj or Heavenly Tree Ancestors) returned to this world to be reborn. The second penetrated into another plane of existence or was sent back as soon as possible to Nawii to unite with the ancestors.
Death in the beliefs of the Mayas and Aztecs.
Often made in these countries were victims of people (usually prisoners of war, but also no shortage of volunteers who wanted to attain this honor because of extensive disease or have more personal reasons), whose death was necessary to please the gods. Placing the victim was an honor.
Death in the beliefs of the Toltecs.
It is based on the presence of the essence of the "death" to our left arm to draw. It is a good hunter expectant moment to draw us out of the body to initiate a new life. According to Toltec beliefs you still remember her and treat her as his advisor on all that we can ask.
Death in Hinduism.
In Hinduism, death is not the end of life. Is taken here believe in reincarnation, or re-recruitment of the atman (soul). This need not, however, be the incarnation of the man, and, for example, an animal or a god.
Death in Buddhism.
Buddhism, like Hinduism teaches reincarnation, but at the same time rejects the idea of an unchanging soul (anatman). After the death of the physical body of man is breakdown into five components, so-called. skandhas - material form, feeling, reason, will, consciousness. Only a person's karma will move to the future incarnation. Proponents of the concept czittamatra, adopted both in Tibetan Buddhism as well as Zen, are even more sophisticated theory. However, the most detailed study of the decay process associated with dying are described in Vajrayana theory, and after that the process followed by the state of bardo death, more read in the dying process Vajrayana theory.
Death in Judaism.
After hanging with the body of the human soul (nefesh) descends into hell - limbo. Books of the Old Testament preserve traces the evolution of faith in what happens to a person after death. Originally soul in hell being understood as a continuation of the state the absence of any activity, sleep, forgotten by God. During the Babylonian Captivity gradually raises the belief that God has power over the dead in the grave. Judaism emphasized the unity of soul and body led to the doctrine of the resurrection at the end of the world a common (not taking the doctrine of the Sadducees).
The movement appears Kabbalah belief in reincarnation.