Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlives - Study Guide Chapters 29 through 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29: Pantheon

There are many gods and each rules over a separate category. There is a god of spoons, a god of telephones, a god of bacteria, and a god of everything there is. However, there are many territory disputes and a bitter competition rages between the different gods. They are smallish creatures and want more authority and to expand their territories so they appear more powerful. But the gods are fond of people and often observe how they handle disputes among one another. Humans are the only beings that the gods can empathize with.

Chapter 30: Impulse

People are the same as computer chips. They have no afterlife and neither do humans. Three cosmic Programmers are the experts who build the human computer grids. Signals are sent from one human to another at lightening speed and no one knows that the messages are...

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