The Tribunals of Karma
The "Tibetan book of the dead" says: You have been unconscious for the last three and a half days. as soon as you recover you will have your thoughts...
What happened? well, at that moment, all samsara (the phenomenal universe) will be in revolution.
To enter the electronic and molecular worlds at the moment of death is a tremendous test for the Consciousness of individuals. The tibetan book of the dead states: " At the moment of death all individuals fall into a faint that lasts three and a half days. Max Heindel, Rudolph Steiner and many other authors sustain that during those three and a half days the disincarnate ego sees its entire life in the form of images in a retrospective order. Those authors state that those memories are contained within the vital body. This is true, but it is only part of the truth. The images and memories contained within the vital body and its retrospective vision, is only an automatic repetition of something similar in the electronic world.
At the moment of death, and during the three and a half days following death, our consciousness and inner judgement are liberated by the electronic discharge. We then see our entire life pass by in a retrospective way. The electronic discharge is so strong that all individuals fall afterwards into a state of comma, and incoherent dreams. only those who possess a soul can resist (without loosing consciouness) the electronic discharge.
After the three and a half days the Essence enters into a state of consciousness of a lunar type. At the moment of death we re-live life in a retrospective way - under the electronic discharge - but in a terribly fast way.
In the molecular world, we again re-live the life that just passed, but in a slower time-span, because, in the molecular world time is slower than in the electronic world.
Under the lunar influence, we re-live our life from old age to childhood and birth, The disincarnate then visit all those places where they lived. They re-live each scene of their lives, they say and do the same things they did before, feeling joy for their good deeds and profound pain for the bad deeds. Once the retrospection ends, it is clear that we have full cosciousness of the final result of the life that just ended. It is then and only then that all those that are not definitely lost decide to correct their mistakes and pay what they owe. Only those that are completely lost do not respond to the terrible impacts of the molecular and electronic worlds. In reality, those beings are so materialized, that as a matter of fact, they enter into the mineral world. this is the the Christian hell, ammit the egyptian monster (with its giant crocodile jaws) devourer of the dead, the devourer of hearts, the cosmic vulture that consumes the waste and spoils of humanity, the Roman averno, the Hindustan avitchi, etc. etc..
All the planes of existence mentioned by theosophist can perfectly be synthesized in four regions. hell , earth, paradise, heaven. in other words , mineral world, cellular world, molecular world, electronic world. The final judgement is the one that decides the fate of the disincarnate.
Once the retrospection ends, we will have to appear before the tribunals of karma, in these tribunals we will have to answer to charges. the sentence of the judges is definitive. In reality, it is not correct to affirm that after the judgement all beings pass on to the regions of paradise, or to states of celestial happines. In reality, very few beings pass on to those inefable regions mentioned by theosophist.
The final judgement divides the disincarnate in three groups.
1. Those who reincarnate immediately.
2. Those who rise up to paradisiacal and celestial states and reincarnate much later.
3. Those enter the mineral kingdom (Hell).