AMORC Unmasked

Initiate Section Degre 3, Monography 9– ONLY A TRANSITION

Death is a complex matter nowadays, despite what AMORC claims. So claiming the last breath scenario for death should control the first breath scenario for birth does not really prove anything?

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Initiate Section Degre 3, Monography 9– ONLY A TRANSITION 

We return to the idea of the first breath in, Degree 3, No. 9 of the Initiate Section, which is fixated on the idea of death. AMORC says in a section labeled
“The Last Breath”-

You now know that at the moment the fetus inhales for the first time, these three energies (AMORC here references Spirit, Vital Life Force and Soul) are combined in the body and make it a conscious living individual. Logically, when we exhale for the last time, these energies separate and return to their vibratory state.

AMORC further says,

All religious creeds agree upon this point, for they unanimously teach that death corresponds to the moment when a human being breathes his last, whereupon the soul departs.

Despite all this finality about the meaning of death, a quick perusal of various medical definitions of death do not necessarily define death in this way. Look at Dorland’s Illustrated Medical Dictionary, 31st Edition, which defines death as-

-the cessation of life; permanent cessation of all vital bodily functions. For legal and medical purposes, the following definition of death has been proposed-the irreversible cessation of all of the following: (1) total cerebral function, usually assessed by EEG as flat-line (2) spontaneous function of the respiratory system, and (3) spontaneous function of the circulatory system.

Death is a complex matter nowadays, despite what AMORC claims. So claiming the last breath scenario for death should control the first breath scenario for birth does not really prove anything?

And what do you do about NDE’s- when the body has been declared dead- and comes back?

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