God Can Never Exist (the rationalization)Tue, November 20, 2007 - 7:44 PM
That - used to indicate a person, thing, idea, state, event, time, remark, etc.
unfolding - a developmental process; revealing gradually to the understanding
totality - an aggregate amount; a sum; entirety
which - (used relatively in restrictive clauses having that as the antecedent)
is - to take place; happen; occur
undergoing - being subjected to; experiencing; passing through; enduring; sustaining; suffering
a - not any particular or certain one of a class or group
continuous - uninterrupted in time, sequence, substance, or extent
process - a systematic series of actions directed to some end
of - used to indicate possession, connection, or association
manifestation - outward or perceptible indication; materialization; an indication of the existence, reality, or presence of something;
without - with the absence, omission, or avoidance of; not with; with no or none of; lacking
Ever - at any time; in any possible case; by any chance; at all
Becoming - coming, changing, or growing to be; coming into being.
In fact if you define God as the union of All that Is and All that Could Be (the manifest and unmanifest, the born and unborn) God can NEVER Exist in our Reality... at least not Completely... since there could always be more that Could Be in any God that had been Realized... unless Everything that Ever Could Be... Could Be All At Once... but leading to multiple realities, since many would inevitably contradict each other... so they wouldn't be able to see or access each other... except perhaps in the Imagination... God could NEVER Exist in any One of These... but would be the Totality of All of These Contradictory Realities... all other realities are part of the unmanifest from the perspective of any individual reality...
but let me weave some other potentials out into your mind...
what if, as our physics seems to describe, the universe really did just manifest spontaneously out of nothing... as some infinitesimal potential probability occurrence over an infinite amount of time, or timelessness... and in some cases it fell apart... and in some cases it didn't... and in some... life did arise... and the flux led to complexity... and then in some... greater complexity... and then, in fewer and fewer now... even greater complexity... so that what if... within an infinity of time... there was one chance in infinity... just one... in an endless amount of oblivion... one chance for reality and life to evolve toward a climax of complete unity of universal consciousness that was, Itself, One with Time and Space and Dimension and Thought... in every possible way... then that Essence would Exist... Endlessly from then on... and from then on, would Never Not Exist... Ever Again... and the time before it Was... would be meaningless to speak of... and what if it tried to dissolve itself, to disintegrate itself, in order to examine where it came from... what would that look like? I'll tell you. It would look like the most improbable universe is coming into being... and growing and evolving... and being encouraged forward in doing so, by some ultimate culminating God Consciousness that sits at the end... outside of time... and Every string of matter in the emptiest of space... is a piece of that Ultimate Being... Falling... Hurtling... back towards Union with its Endless Glowing Self...
but maybe that's not what's actually happening... maybe we're just specs of particulate dust in the cloud of some improbable cosmic fart... the stench of which will eventually and inevitably dissipate...
But that’s not all:
1. If God Consciousness does Exist, and it does not want to be detected, we shall NOT be able to detect it.
2. If there is a Creator God that makes Itself known to us, we could never know whether This God is the Ultimate God, or whether there is a Greater God that is the Revealed God’s Ultimate Creator. We could never Know.
3. If 2, then 1 may still hold true for God Itself, Ourself. You Know I'm Right.
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