“It’s like taking a step toward a mathematical model of karma – in this world, no one laughs at the word ‘karma’ anymore…” – THE PLACE OF QUARANTINE
“It’s funny,” Nestor says at last, without the slightest hint of a smile. “I see you’ve believed me right away, without even questioning what I’ve said. Yet many do question it – even those whose minds are far less critical than yours. Many think it’s all been made up, like in a children’s fairy tale. Maybe it’s just me you believe? Am I such an authority figure for you? All right, only joking… I understand you, scientist to scientist: it’s impossible to argue with statistical confirmation. Well, admit it, are you stunned? Do you want another bathroom break? It won’t help: I am stunned too – to this day. Despite all the time we’ve had to think about it here!”
“Depending on their internal content…” I repeat after him. “In what terms can one define it, that content? How can it even be categorized? And, even at a cursory glance, this should entail a multitude of consequences…”
“Of course,” Nestor nods. “The consequences are immense and staggering. The experiences of the first life affect the beginning of the second – and not just the beginning. Data from the maternity hospitals are just one example; there are others, much more sophisticated. Much less obvious – and, in general, it’s not clear when and how the interaction between the B Objects occurs. Maybe it takes place not only when the Objects are released from their bodies? Maybe their attraction-repulsion manifests itself during life – the first, the second, the others? What if this is the hidden reason for the unexpected twists and turns of our destinies?…” – THE PLACE OF QUARANTINE
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He didn’t expect to wake up dead. Now he wants to prove the afterlife exists. Is there any hope that our memory and consciousness remain intact after death?
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