HOW MUCH DOES THE HUMAN SOUL WEIGH AT THE TIME OF DEATH?
What is the meaning of a soul? Its an entity described in the dictionary as "The immaterial essence, animating principle, or actuating cause of an individual life."
Without the soul, dead is dead. But if it could be proved to exist, a great deal of anxiety over what happens to us when we die would be vanquished. The current soul weight from tests performed is 21 grams to 21.3 grams.
An experiment was done with 15 dogs and the results were uniformly negative, no loss of weight at death. Why? Animals have no souls.
Its been said the soul's weight is removed from the body virtually at the instant of the person's last breath, though in persons of sluggish temperament it may remain in the body for a full minute.
Taking x-ray pictures of the soul? After a dozen experiments with dying people the soul gives off a light resembling that of the interstellar ether. The weight of the soul based on the x-rays was determined to be from one-half ounce to nearly an ounce and a quarter.