What i am presenting here is a completely different perspective regarding our Human destiny. All our teachings, including our spiritual lore has presented us with a fairly simple framework. We are conceived physically, this engenders a soul, and then we are born. We grow to maturity, age and ultimately die releasing said soul. Ample controversy exists regarding transmigration and reincarnation and of the true existence of spirit. This perspective is largely universal except perhaps those who commune more easily with spirit and thus assume such may be significant as well.
In short, death is merely a way station that allows us to recover and review our lives before a return to physical lives lasting thousands of years in service to the Earth and to humanity.
How is that for turning theology on its head?