Hello everyone, my tag name is Aspie Spirit and if anyone is curious, my tag name is in reference to the fact that I was diagnosed with Aperger's. I've come to this site to try and ask like minded peers to see if they agree with me on a certain article. First, I've gotten more into the thoughts of an afterlife after starting to deal with a stubborn case of depression(it's getting better though). I've always believed, but anyone who has had depression can agree with me that it can really mess with you. Anyway, one site I came upon was this ---> http://www.nderf.org/ . I really love this site, as it gives scientific proof to an afterlife, which a lot of skeptics can't denounce easily, and it's non-profit, so I don't feel like they're doing this just to make a buck or be famous. But, there is one site that has me at a bit of an upset when it comes afterlife info. This site ----> http://www.afterlife101.com/ , while it does have some interesting insight, quite a bit of its info is very unnerving. Plus, while I don't think all Psychic/Medium stuff is fake, the fact that all this info is apparently from about 1 or 2 mediums just reciting what they get from spirit guides seems a little far fetched. What really disturbs me is one section in particular. The part can be summarized like this: 1. We are three parts- The body, us right now, the soul, the us that goes to the afterlife, and the spirit, the us we rise to. 2. When we first arrive, the soul is us but cleansed of pain, fear, anger, etc. 3. After a while we become the Spirit, which just becomes the energy vibration we truly are and instead of staying with loved ones from earth, we just go to similar vibrations and stay with them. 4. Pretty much all we want to do is just take the information about our life experience and add it to the whole of existence. This is what I got from it, but what do you think? Anyone else ever read this? I, for one, like being me, and would prefer being a me that is more pure. That, I'm still me, and I'm still around my loved ones.