DO ANIMALS HAVE AN AFTERLIFE?
Do animals have an afterlife?
This is one of the question that torment all of us, animal lovers and that regard our furry (and scaly) friends as part of our Families: Is there an animal heaven?
Also, do animals have guardian angels?
The answer is yes.
Animals also have their own class of Guardian angels.
Animals are taken care in the afterlife by spiritual beings called zoophiles (It is pronounced "Zo-o-Philos" the ancient Greek for "Friend of the Animals")
They are also our animals spirit guides or some they can be identified as our animal’s guardian angels.
The Animals guardian angels assist animals with their plan of evolution through the process of personal growth through individuation.
Our Animals also undergo a different process of reincarnation, or in their specific case, the process is called metempsychosis*, an ancient platonic concept which means the animal soul can transmigrate through different bodies and through different species.
Animals share with us the privilege of having a soul.
The Zoophiles can facilitate the process of reincarnation of animals on familiar circles so they can foster the perfection emergent feelings and the formation of an embryonic concrete mind. Their future incarnation process is guided by the emotional bonds they formed in previous lives with their humans and other non- human species as well.
These Zoophiles are spiritual guides very similar to the beings we know as Archangels. They safeguard the repository of all animal experiences as soul groups. They function as their Akashic records and withhold their plans of evolution and expansion of consciousness. This way, these Archangelic beings help the vast range of animal species to develop and acquire skills, fostering their access higher realms of consciousness.
“Your body is woven from the light of heaven.”
Regarding the Animal Kingdom (Their essence of life) tradition says they tend to incarnate infinite times, following the program coded by the Zoophiles guides, which have the responsibility to accompany the development of the species. As we believe it happens to Humans, the consciousness cannot retrograde on its process of growth and expansion, this way, an animal cannot descend in the scales of spiritual evolution, inhabiting bodies and having experience in less perfected ecosystems.
Metempsychosis Theory (Μετεμψύχωσις) or the transmigration of souls is One of the central points of the Pythagorean Thought (571 BC-496 BC). This theory consists in asserting that the soul is immortal and when a consciousness dies, the soul logically leaves the body, and consequently transmigrates to another body, and so on. If soul reaches purification, it will achieve, in the ontological sense, the peak of liberation. Otherwise, it will have to transmigrate until it is attained. This process will repeat itself several times, and the soul of the individual will transmigrate passing through all the creatures of the sea and the earth until arriving at the man again. This "vicious circle," so to speak, will pass from the body of a man and return to the man himself.
“Souls never die, but always on quitting one abode pass to another. All things change, nothing perishes. The soul passes hither and thither, occupying now this body, now that... As a wax is stamped with certain figures, then melted, then stamped anew with others, yet it is always the same wax. So, the Soul being always the same yet wears at different times different forms.”