What Happens When A Demigod Dies?

The Birth Of Demigods

Demigods are the sons and daughters of Gods. The vast majority of the time we’re talking about Nature Deities. These deities mate with humans while in their biological bodies or in metaphysical form via the infamous Immaculate Conception. Although, the Immaculate method is extremely rare among the Earth Gods & Goddesses due to it being quite complicated to perform. There’s also the fact that such deities mate out of passion and therefore prefer to partake of the carnal acts. In the end, we gain a powerful God-Human Hybrid. An enchanted dual entity with the holy spirit of a God and the soul of a human.

The Death Of Demigods

Demigods are Immortal and extremely difficult to kill due to the holy connection to their parental Gods or Goddesses that also watch over them like Guardian Angels. Not even beheading or incineration in standard flames gets the job done most of the time. It is said only a God or another Demigod can kill one. In lieu of that, it is often necessary to utilize magical means or mystical weapons. When the untimely demise of a Demigod takes place one wonders what happens to a person who has a Godly spirit and the soul of a human all rolled into one?

The Afterlife Fate Of God-Human Hybrids

The Animal-God Hybrids known as Humans have had their souls strictly claimed by the Angels of Heaven for many thousands of years. Although, in the ancient past those who rabidly worshiped various Nature Gods would have their souls slated to be sent to that deities afterlife. When a Demigod dies they ideally ascend to full Godhood status in the higher dimensional realm of their parental God or Goddess. If it’s a Dark God or Death Deity then that means the Underworld. Although, even the offspring of non-dark Lords are often required to prove their worthiness by undergoing a series of challenges and trials in the blasphemous bowels of the Underworld. If successful their human soul is then harvested for its immense energy as a sacrifice to the parent. Often the soul is stored with others to create an enchanted energy reserve that is essential in battles against adversaries. Especially in the upcoming battles Of Armageddon.

The Hybrid Human Can Choose To Reject Their Dual Nature

Despite this Heaven leaves the door open to the human soul. Before ascension, the Demigod will see the white light portal to the higher dimensional afterlife most of us will enter upon death. If the Demigod enters then they forfeit their place as an Earthly God and become a complete human soul. The Godly spirit’s energy melds into the parental God strengthening them amid deep disappointment. This particular spiritual energy is not allowed entry into Heaven as it is considered unholy and Pagan in nature. Some Demigods who don’t get along with their parental God and also don’t want to be a human soul can be granted asylum in Goddess Gaia’s Mother Earth’s neutral Paradise Plane. This is an afterlife that exists all around us slightly out of phase with our reality. It’s a place where most non-pet animals and some supernatural beings go upon death. It is also a fantasy realm where Nymphs and Fairies frolic about with glee.

What Happens To The Human Parent Of A Demigod?

The Human Parent of a Demigod can have varying fates. If it’s a female then the paranormal pregnancy grants her the original lifespan seen in the first Alpha Humans. Usually in the 1000 year range! Upon death they can choose the Godly or Heavenly afterlife just like their Demigod child. A male human parent is given the same choice. However, their lifespan isn’t nearly as long. The magic of making love to a nature deity infuses their soul with a special energy that allows them to easily live to 150 years old. Some have lived up to 200 years! Of course, all of this depends on them staying in the good graces of the God or Goddess in question. If you suspect a potential lover is a deity then we suggest you vigorously pursue it!😇

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