When a Person Dies, Does the Soul Die Too?

Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Conversation on A9TV dated February 22nd, 2018


VTR: When a person dies, does the soul die or remain?

ADNAN OKTAR: I do not want to perturb you, but the body does not really exist; with a thorough consideration, one will easily realize that humans are only made up of soul. There is also the shadow entity, and that is all. I would elaborate on the subject but I do not want to create uproar. But upon closer look, one will realize that what you see through the screen is all that there is. There is only a transition between souls. The body that is prone to decay does not exist in that sense. There is only soul. The soul only transitions into the next phase, from one state of sleep to another. There are a few different forms of sleep. Death is a form of sleep where the vision is sharper and more vivid. Martyrdom is also a distinct form of sleep. For example, there are vivid dreams and then there are vague dreams. People sometimes dream in black and white, rather than colorful, and some dreams can be quite fuzzy. And some can be quite vivid and feel almost real, so much so that one might think they are awake. In fact, sometimes people wake up from a disturbing dream and thank God that it was merely a dream, only to realize later when they truly wake up that it, too, was another dream.

 


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