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Nucc

February 13 2010 at 9:41 PM
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Response to So what is wrong with having human characteristics?

A perfect God is not jealous, Bipolar, vengeful, Caligula-Nero maniac; a psychotic who needs the brutal and painful death and blood of his son to placate his need for revenge due to his own creation not working. Such a God (which thankfully doesn't exist) could only have originated in, and maintained by, the minds, the very very sick minds, of humans.

If we are made in God's image and likeness, God is made in ours. Elementary logic. If A is B, B is A. If it were possible to place a human being under a huge microscope and keep increasing magnification, that human would eventually look precisely like space with its phenomenal manifestations. It would be like looking at what is revealed by the Hubble. Now this is interesting because Trans-Himalayan Philosophy says space is God.

Trans-Himalayan Philosophy was teaching what is today called astro-physics and quantum mechanics when European ancestors wer still beating out messages on logs and tossing twelve year old virgins into volcanoes to appease an angry volcano. Oppenheimer said todays physics is a refinement of very old Buddhist-Hindu philosophy. This knowledge was known also by a relative few Europeans, but because they would have been killed by exoteric Christians had the openly professed it, kept it to themselves or met in secret sharing their knowledge among themselves. It is no longer necessary to meet in secret.

Even the latest science quantum physics seems to agree with Trans-Himalayan teaching . Copying from the "Tao of Physics," pp 210-211, a book which compares the latest astro-physics and quantum mechanics to Eastern teaching; a book written for those like myself with no background in science but who, later in their lives became interested i these matters. We read:

"In these quantum field theories, the classical contrast between the solid particles and the space surrounding them is completely overcome. The quantum field is seen as the fundamental physical entity; a continuous medium which is present everywhere in space. Particles are merely local condensations of the field; concentrations of energy that come and go thereby losing their individual character and dissolving into the underlying field."

In the words of Albert Einstein: "We may therefore regard matter as being constituted by the regions of space in which the field is extremely intense. There is no place in this new kind of physics both for the field and matter, FOR THE FIELD (SPACE) IS THE ONLY REALITY."

 
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