At some point in the journey of existence, the questions arise, "What is the purpose of life?". "Who exactly am I?" These questions arise in the mids of all persons, consciously or subconsciously. The parameters, for both king and commoner alike, are Birth and Death. Even more pronouned is the question, "What was the state of life before birth and what actually becomes of life after death?". This is a perfectly legitimate query which has not been satisfactorily answered by religious leaders or scientists. It is no wonder, for these two cadres operate under severe limitations and inhibitions, generated for the most part, by their own approaches and modes of analysis.