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Hereafter

In the future.

The term hereafter is always used to indicate a future time—to the exclusion of both the past and present—in legal documents, statutes, and other similar papers.

hereafter

(Eventually), adverb at a fixed time, later, ultimately
Associated concepts: hereafter acquired, hereafter built

hereafter

(Henceforth), adverb afterwards, from here on, from now on, from this time on

hereafter

later or below in a document.
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A professor of neurology and author of 73 scientific papers and book chapters, Villalba relates this true story in his new book " Afterlife Tracks, Glimpses of the Occult.
That sounds like an awful thing but after making the documentary I do think there is an afterlife.
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A Fascinating Consideration of Man's Existence in the Afterlife
Stokes presents this interdisciplinary exploration of ideas of afterlife, soul, God, and the relationship between consciousness and matter.
Hawking, who was diagnosed with motor neurone disease at the age of 21, added that he believes that the conventional afterlife is a fairy tale for people who are afraid of the dark.
When adults tell children stories about what happens after death or share their beliefs about afterlife, they too may contribute psychological traits to deceased individuals.
The economic examples do not begin until Chapter 2, but the background on the variety of views of the afterlife is helpful for understanding the case studies in the remaining chapters.
The notion of the afterlife of singing reveals the singularity 1 the voice in opera, and how much it differs categorically from any other elaboration of the voice.
Aside from her own personal experiences, much of the material here is a retelling (albeit footnoted) of afterlife anecdotes published elsewhere.
SPACES are still up for grabs for a talk at Birmingham Museum on Ancient Egypt and the afterlife.
Friends and family of the 24-year-old victim Antonis Kyriacou, said that he studied cosmology and believed that he would experience the afterlife if he consumed yew seeds when two planets were aligned, an inquest heard.