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Kes, Doe and Decker certainly didn't reference heaven by being turned into energy -- those things don't seem to have any logical connection -- Captain MKB

Not "heaven"so much as: another plane of existence for Will, Kes & Doe -- user:ensignsisko

So you agree that these cases were "not .. so much (heaven)" and shouldn't have been added to the article.. then why did you do so? -- Captain MKB 05:10, 20 February 2009 (UTC)


A rather lengthy list of references was added without explanation by a disruptive user, possibly as an act of vandalism -- each citation now needs to be checked to see if the concept of "heaven" actually applies to those sources (as the above exchange shows, the user seems to have some mistaken views on how to form a concrete reference) -- Captain MKB 04:39, July 18, 2016 (UTC)


The concepts of Purgatory (a soul between salvation and condemnation) and Perdition (hellbound, but a deed of sacrifice may grant entrance into Heaven) have also been addressed by many religions-including Earth's. Including the ideal of death not being the end of life; as it neither ends nor begins. Only the continuation of an afterlife, whether by re-incarnation, or more celestial in nature. (ENT episode: "Kir'Shara"; TOS episode: "The Alternative Factor"; TNG episode: "Where Silence Has Lease"; TNG episode: "The Schizoid Man"; TNG episode: "Tapestry"; VOY episode: "Ashes to Ashes"; VOY episode: "Mortal Coil"; DS9 episode: "Rapture"; DS9 episode: "Shadows and Symbols"; DS9 episode: "What You Leave Behind")

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