Socrates, Pythagoras, Vernadsky, Edgar Cayce and their invisible “assistants”
“...Now we can say that these famous people like Socrates, Pythagoras, Vernadsky, Edgar Cayce were not only talented but also had unusual assistants. Just imagine, the subpersonalities were helping them”.
With these words, John McGloin, a graphic designer from the USA, began his speech at the international online conference “LIFE AFTER DEATH. FICTION AND FACTS”. This global conference was broadcasting live to more than 180 countries with simultaneous interpretation into more than 50 world languages.
First in history the scientists, doctors, representatives from different religions and witnesses together gave an answer to the question: Does life after death exist?
The conference reviewed a wide range of scientific research, facts, and information collected. In particular, the topics on reincarnation were discussed, implemented the concept of subpersonality and were given the examples of emerging subpersonalities.
Subpersonality – is a previously smart personality, which could not merge with the Soul, meaning it could not set free and after death of a material body it became an informational shell on the soul. The manifestation of the subpersonality could be activated in the form of abilities, skills, behavioral features, states, the dominant thoughts and memories, which are not distinctive to the present living human being.
John McGloin gave detailed accounts of such manifestations in Socrates, Edgar Cayce, Pythagoras, and Vernadsky:
"Let us begin with the world-famous Greek philosopher Socrates. He once explained that he was helped by a mysterious spirit, a demon, a genius, to build a chain of consecutive inferences leading to the right conclusion. In the writings of his students, it is said that their teacher had some kind of voice that he listened to. The voice gives directions, predictions. And even helps Socrates' friends with practical advice. Socrates himself said, "It began in my childhood, some voice arose". Indeed, as we see in the story, the voice was constantly prompting, advising, and protecting him. Once it even saved him from certain death by showing him the right path. But let us look at the harsh truth. At the most crucial moment, his voice let Socrates down. Socrates said that voice did not stop him at the court. It didn't stop him until the last moment, when he lost the case. As we know, that loss cost Socrates his life.”
"Edgar Casey's story is a bit like Socrates. He also heard voices as a child and could not understand where they were coming from. These voices were with him throughout his life. Casey not only predicted the future, but also talked about how important it was to be a good citizen, a neighbor, to create rather than destroy. That is, basically good things. But when the question of contact with the dead came up, it was here that the true essence of the sub-personality showed itself. All its imaginary spirituality fell away like a chaff. Through Casey it was saying that the dead should be remembered, cared for, and so forth. And as we know from the earlier information, the Prophets were against communicating with the dead. But the voices told Casey otherwise. And he insisted that the higher powers said that you must feed the dead..."
"The writings of Emlich and Porphyry state that Pythagoras possessed knowledge of his past lives. Pythagoras was very proud of his gift of recalling past lives. Not only did he address his own sub-personalities, but he encouraged others to do so as well."
"Another famous example. The Soviet scientist Vladimir Vernadsky, who said that Socrates' demon lived in him. Interestingly, before one notable event, Vernadsky assessed himself as an average scientist. But everything changed during his illness, when a voice appeared in his head, after which he changed. He began to see himself as a genius, capable of overturning the whole scientific world. So again we trace the voice that calls for 'great' things.”
These are quite vivid examples of manifestations of active subpersonalities and their so-called help. From one angle, it could seem that this is quite comfortable enough to have such a helper. But it should be understood that everything will be paid off. Thanks to the information voiced at the conference, a voluminous understanding comes about what are the consequences of investing the attention of the Personality in the dead. After all, a person often does not understand that for momentary glory and power he gives his life energy and during his lifetime he himself turns into a subpersonality.
“... when a person is an egoist and his pride, his striving for fame and significance are the dominant desire, this just becomes the trigger for the active manifestation of the subpersonality. Paying attention to this, a person strengthens the position of such a subpersonality. It ends up living for him, his life. And it brings a person to a moment when he himself becomes a subpersonality."
Many famous people became famous only due to the fact that they gave attention to active subpersonalities and were led by them. It is important for each subpersonality to be remembered and talked about, since human attention is an energy that slightly facilitates the existence of a subpersonality. This leads to an understanding from whom in a person comes the desire to leave behind a memory for many years, to imprint his image in books, architectural structures...
The theme of the after-death fate of human beings has always been given much attention at all times. Around this theme, many theories and beliefs have been formed that cause misunderstanding and fear. Therefore, it is so important that people know the truth about what awaits them beyond the bounds. The uniqueness of the conference “Life after death. Fiction and Facts ”is that people received an answer to the questions: is there life after death and how to obtain real Life! The truth about the post-death fate of a person was announced to the whole world. Thanks to this, today each of us has a unique opportunity to find out who he is in his inner essence, and to make a perceived choice.