Why do I ask? I am a philosophy major, so I have immersed myself in (I guess) Ni, as philosophy probes our deepest, most profound questions, insights - and even fears: e.g., (most relevant to this post) 'Is there an aferlife?' That exact question is what lead me to find that website. However, the more I studied the site, the more confused I became. For instance, according to those who have had an NDE, the highest good is 'love', but we know from socionics that there are different kinds of functions and therefore different kinds of 'good.' In other words, is love any better than 'peace' (Si) or 'happiness' (Fe) or 'ethics' (Fi)? Also, the site is replete with contradiction. For instance, we are apparently suffering in this life for our 'sins' in our past lives, but, at the same time, 'there is no evil.' I mean, is there evil or not? If there are sins, then there is evil. If there is no evil, then there are no sinners and therefore no sins... You can't have it both ways! I dug further. Here is a quote (from the website creator) about Adolf ******:
"Evil and the devil do not exist. What people consider 'evil' is really ignorance and stupidity. ****** was not an evil man per se. He was just so incredibly ignorant he was practically retarded at a spiritual level. Such people are to be pitied.and prevented from acting out their ignorance. This is the greagt lesson from World War II. Unconditional love should be extended even to people such as Adolf ******. It is difficult to hate a person who is retarded." (Kevin Williams)
That leads to the final question: in socionics terms, does the website not make sense because it is a form of 'fake Ni?' But how could that be? A lot of NDEs repeat what is posted on that site - almost word-for-word! What is going on?
(I.e., is there simply no afterlife and it's all just a big sham or is it just misinformation?... I mean, this is a constant theme to Near Death Experiences, and so I cannot come up with an explanation...)