Consciousness is electronic, like you pocket telephone, computer, television and lightening. It's biologically and chemically electric. Your thoughts are connections between nerve-endings, as is your visualization. When the brain dies so too does consciousness. It's a death empirically verified, a universal. Never has someone physically dead, really dead, been observed as communicating anything on his mind.
Although we know we can speak of the materiality of consciousness, we shouldn't claim to known everything there is to know as to what consciousness is (its essence). Our knowledge of consciousness and matter are approximations. How good the approximations I wouldn't venture to say. We can associate consciousness with the human spirit, but it would be a leap of assumption to classify this spirit as in the realm of the supernatural.
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