A death simulator called Xinglai is open in China. When you “die,” you lay down on a conveyer belt through a dark tunnel that simulates cremation and then being “reborn” out the other side through a latex womb. The experience “gives you the chance to calm down, give in to some deeper thoughts, and think about some of life’s problems,” said Lu Siwei, one of the first participants. “I think this (feeling) is different. When you walk through that door, you will experience changes in your mentality, and it will be different from what it was before you entered. I think this is really great, and very worthwhile.”
Perhaps a chance to meditate a while on death and its cost is a good thing. But there is no rebirth at the end of the death sequence without the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ. For $68, the rider can simulate the death experience, for free the believer can look forward to the death experience as a transition from this world to the next. –--Jim L. Wilson and Rodger Russell.
Hebrews 9:27 (HCSB) “And just as it is appointed for people to die once—and after this, judgment — “