Arnold Schwarzenegger believes Heaven is a ‘fantasy’, says: ‘We won’t see each other again after we’re gone’

In a recent interview with longtime friend Danny DeVito, Arnold Schwarzenegger shared candid views on heaven and the afterlife. The iconic duo discussed their lives and beliefs, addressing the future. Schwarzenegger, known for his roles and popularity, bluntly dismissed the idea of an afterlife, stating, “You’re six feet under. Anyone that tells you something else is a f***ing liar.”


Acknowledging discomfort in discussing death, Schwarzenegger expressed skepticism about heaven, labeling it a “fantasy.” He emphasized the finality of death, noting, “We won’t see each other again after we’re gone.” Despite his Catholic upbringing, the actor’s perspective has evolved.

Schwarzenegger offered a unique take on heaven, describing it as a mental space where he preserves the memory of loved ones who made a positive impact. Reflecting on his Catholic roots, he previously urged elected officials to embody the principle of a “servant’s heart.” He emphasized the need for public servants dedicated to higher ideals, beyond personal power or party interests.