Introduction: Death as a Process & What it Means for the Dead and Their Loved Ones
When we speak of death, most people think only of the physical process of dying and the effect on family and friends left behind. But what does death mean for the person who has died? It’s also important to consider what happens after physical death. These are two separate issues.
Death is a process, not a sudden event. The death process may take weeks or months, and there are many stages or aspects to it. The death of a person is a complex and fascinating phenomenon. It may happen through death by illness or accident, suicide or murder, but the actual moment of death can be very difficult to tell. Often we don’t realize when the process has begun until we are already in it. This is why it’s helpful to know something about the sequence of events that we call death.
What Does Heaven Look Like for Mechanics?
I have done my best to prepare a short article to help the reader understand what heaven is like for mechanics, and the personal and mental anguish they will go through when they die [to be read as knowledge not to be copied verbatim]. I have included some knowledge from the Bible and my personal experiences as a Christian. I am not quoting the Bible directly since I do not have the time to go into detail, and I would like to have this article ready for publication as soon as possible. I hope that you enjoy reading it, and find it helpful.
As a Christian, we must always be ready for our Lord Jesus Christ to return at any time. We need to look forward with joy and anticipation of what He has in store for us when we get to heaven. The Bible tells us that there will be no more pain, suffering or death, even for those who rejected Jesus Christ. This is the future of the souls we bury.
What Does Hell Look Like for Mechanics?
I have done my best to prepare a short article to help the reader understand what hell is like for mechanics, and the personal and mental anguish they will go through when they die [to be read as knowledge not to be copied verbatim]. I have included some knowledge from the Bible and my personal experiences as a Christian. If a mechanic does live to be a very old age, and is a deacon, or elder in the church, he will have several other jobs. If it is religious knowledge he intends to pass on to his son, he will teach his son the techniques and procedures that are involved. In short, what the mechanics will experience when they die:
“Where do mechanics go when they die?”
Most mechanics know of this question from simple observation. They see what happens to mechanics at work or in their lives. It is not practical to think about this question until a mechanic is either already dead, or in his very old age.
They will see that their bodies will die and then go catatonic. The body will surrender itself and it will be taken away by the ground. They will refuse food and no water can be given to them [i.e., they are starving to death]
The old mechanic dies alone in his home, in his bed at night [i.e. his heart has failed and he has no pulse] or on the morning of his last day, when his wife and family are still at work.
How Do Mechanics Die?
These are some of the questions that must be answered before we move on to the more detailed aspects of mechanics after physical death. Some of this information is from the Bible and other sources. Not all have been confirmed by NDEs or other sources. Therefore, most of this needs to be considered as knowledge rather than ‘facts’. This also comes with some important warnings.
There are many, many different mechanics in the Bible. Some of them may be from a ‘separate’ spiritual world. Others may be from our own spirit world or ‘third dimension’. We will cover some of the ones that fit more with the Bible rather than post-modernism or other modern ideas.
1. Some are waiting in the gate – or at the door or ‘portal’ of heaven. They may be in groups there. Some have a knife (or some sort of tool) with them – to let them into heaven when they are told to do so. This would explain the commonly reported account of a ‘knife/sword’ being present when NDErs arrive on the other side. From other accounts, it seems that some mechanics have a list that they check off when they let someone into Heaven.
Do We Have to Die to Become a Mechanic?
This article will not answer this question, but it is an important one that needs to be addressed. There are people in our world today who claim to be mechanics, yet they are not. Some of these individuals have been taught that they were mechanics in another life. However, the answer to this question is not be revealed until the end of this article. Do we have to die to become a mechanic? I can’t answer this question head-on, but the answer may surprise you.
It is a common misconception that, in order to become a mechanic, we must conquer death. This does not have to be the case. A simple understanding of mechanisms can eliminate any need for death. To explain this in more detail, let’s first examine the nature of energy and its effects on our world and our universe. Some people claim that there is no real death. At the moment of physical death we simply enter into another phase (form) of life; this phase has been named “the afterlife. ” We do not have to die to become a mechanic.