2475. Until now nobody has known what the state of souls is after death as regards memory. From considerable and daily experience extending over many years now I have been given to know that after death man loses not one tiny part of what is lodged in the two memories - neither things that have been lodged in the exterior memory nor those in the interior. So true is this that nothing can ever be considered too insignificant or too tiny for man not to have it within him. Absolutely nothing is left behind after death therefore apart from flesh and bones which during his lifetime were vitalized not of themselves but from the life of his spirit whose purer substance was linked to the things of the body.