through the afterlife

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  • They promised to die together and help each other through the afterlife.
  • The song tells of the soul's passage through the afterlife.
  • Each SOUL believes in some combination of these tenets, which determines how one will travel through the afterlife.
  • It is a concept album, with each song telling the story of the protagonist's suicide as well as his journey through the afterlife.
  • He opened his eyes to find himself lying on the funeral pyre, early in the morning, and able to recall his journey through the afterlife.
  • Then he wakes, and rides to church to recount his dreams to the congregation, about his journey through the afterlife.
  • They were the first Egyptian funerary texts, intended to ensure that the kings buried in the pyramid would pass safely through the afterlife.
  • The paths that SOULs take through the afterlife depend largely on the tenets of the SOULs' belief systems.
  • It follows 16-year-old Jasper Jarvis as he travels through the Afterlife on a mission to save his best friend, Agnes.
  • Having already referred to Beatrice as his salvation, this idea is further touched upon in Divine Comedy, where she appears as a guide through Heaven and caused his trip through the afterlife so he might see what awaits him.
  • Koosed cautions that the term "biography" applied to such texts is problematic, since they also usually describe the deceased person's experiences of journeying through the afterlife.
  • Along his suspenseful journey through the afterlife, he is accompanied by his protective angel (Guardian Angel), and the protagonistic negative force (Devil).
  • Consequently, Senet boards were often placed in the grave alongside other useful objects for the dangerous journey through the afterlife, and the game is referred to in Chapter XVII of the Book of the Dead.
  • The Book of Two Ways is a precursor to the New Kingdom books of the underworld as well as the Book of the Dead, in which descriptions of the routes through the afterlife are a persistent theme.
  • These often served to guide the deceased through the afterlife, and the most famous one is the Book of the Dead or Papyrus of Ani (known to the ancient Egyptians as The Book of Coming Forth by Day).
  • Some of the tombs date from the Egyptian First and Second Dynasties, as far back as 2750 BC Several of the sites were decorated with hieroglyphics that the ancients believed would help the deceased travel through the afterlife.