The debate of whether there's a heaven or an afterlife is one
that has been raging for quite some time. Countless people have even
dedicated their lives to figuring out if it really exists. Some people
claim that they are going to heaven, some people will tell you to "go to
hell." But what a lot of people overlook about heaven is that it isn't
the same in all religions. Some religions don't have a clearly defined
notion of an afterlife at all.
So what do most people think will happen after we exit this mortal coil?
19-year-old Abel recently promoted to SS3 in one of the secondary
schools in Asaba, Delta State has allegedly put his mother in the family
way after he had a carnal knowledge with her few months ago. Reports
said that the boy, popularly called Ekenem, was said to have consulted a
native doctor, who allegedly prepared a love charm for him to use on
his mother and one of the matrons in the college where he is a boarding
sources said the act committed by the boy still remains a misery to
those in the know, but the father of the boy, a Port Harcourt based
businessman was said to have reported the matter to the police. DSP
Celestina Kalu, police public relations officer in the state, who
confirmed the report, disclosed that the boy has been arrested over
threat to life and other related acts, adding that the police were still
investigating the circumstances of the pregnancy.
weighted 2.9kg when he was born but every month since then, he has
gained approximately 3 kilograms. The poor boy, who is supposedly
suffering from Prader–Willi syndrome, now weighs 70kg and is struggling
Classic signs and symptoms include constant craving for
food and rapid weight gain. Misael eats frequently and consumes large
portions and even then he still feels hungry. The boy also has serious
behavioral problems and his parents have to hire a private taxi to
transport the boy to a local hospital.
A house doesn't have to be haunted to be absolutely terrifying. Sometimes the design, not demons, will do all of the work.
These homes from all over the world test the boundaries of gravity
and balance while also being totally gorgeous examples of impressive
architecture. Take a look and ask yourself you'd be brave enough to live
This is apparently such a common occurrence that there's an entire section to
it devoted to it on Wikipedia. It seems that the life of the average
person is not enough for some, and so these folks decided to get really
ambitious and aim for godhood. It kind of worked out for some of
them--as L. Ron can tell you, there's a lot of money in organized
religion--and they've gained a following. Others, well, not so much,
unless you count notoriety and criminal activity as success. (Which
perhaps it is.)
Either way, these 15 living people are currently claiming that they
are, in one form or another, a living version of Jesus or God. All of
them take a Christian(ish) bent on things, and note that while not
necessary, beards are big among the self-deifying crowd.
And no, Kanye West is not on this list.