Is it possible, they are the same?
Is death a state of nothingness or, as theorized by Philosopher Plato
in the year 360 B.C., a state of sleep whereby the person experiences
the consciousness of others as dreams? Plato believed a person's
conscious was based on the prior conscious of others. Consciousness was
an act of nature; a plan whereby one person passed their consciousness
to another. Plato's pupil, Aristotle, believed the combined conscious
was passed by the male parent, at conception, and the female parent
passed her combined conscious prior to birth. It is possible, that
within each of us, we hold the consciousness of our relatives and at our
death; we could experience the combined conscious as a series of dreams.
This experience is called Plato's Dream.
Gregor Mendel partially proved Plato's and Aristotle's theories, in the
year 1865, with his discovery of genetic inheritance. The discovery of
DNA, in the year 1953, proved Mendel's theories. No one has proved or
disproved Plato's theory, yet!
Based on the consciousness theories of Plato and Aristotle and the
genetic research of Gregor Mendel, Plato's Dream takes the reader on an
intellectually stimulating and fascinating journey. A journey where life
and death mix and eternity is only a single night.