In death as in life, you will see and experience what you believe you will see and experience upon death, because you see, you’re not really dead; you have just exchanged a physical body for an astral body. Those with deeply held religious beliefs face a bit of a handicap in that regard, because on one hand, if they believe in the triumph of good over evil, they might be met by saints, prophets, even Jesus whereas if they believe in the power of evil in the world, they might meet devils or Satan himself. The irony here is that people such as some Evangelicals and staunch Catholics will experience the lake of fire, purgatory or even hell, until someone helps them to understand that they are simply experiencing what they believe and what they have themselves created, and no Satan exists unless you create him, and in that case, he is yours to deal with, but only for a limited time. No one stays ignorant forever.
You, your world, your universe exist as aspects of positive energy manifesting itself. There are also aspects of the negative energy pulsations and there, other parts of your identity exist in the universe of negative matter. (Anti-matter). So, in a removed way, your consciousness ignores the negative pulsations and the negative aspect of your identity focuses on them. To the part of your identity that focuses and exists in the universe of negative matter, it thinks that it only exists on the positive strokes and it considers your universe the universe of negative matter relative to its own. In this light, you endure continuous absences of consciousness, infinitesimal small deaths, also conveniently skipped over by your conscious perceptions.