Origins of the omni-present?July 27 2011 at 1:43 AM
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Response to An Historical Lie: The Stone Age. An original monotheism
It seems to be feasible to think of matter as energy in essence, that chimes within a particular range of expression according to Mind quality at the same level.
If so, then there is no 'beginning'.
From experiences of seeking 'beyond', it appears that all space is populated by intelligent Life, temporarily positioned by prior exertions and can 'advance' (or retract) when harmonised. (retraction may account for 'gifted', but demoted individuals)
In turn, this idea suggests that this may account for the larger 'missing' parts of the Universe as postulated by science. It is not 'missing' - merely undetectable by us who are outwith those higher vibrational ranges.
It further suggests that there are lower areas than our current one, brutal and bestial in nature, due to the more basic Mind expressed within their range.
So, what we think of as a solid universe is temporarly 'solid' to those in the segments, while being simultaneously fluid and seemingly empherial to others.
It is very interesting to be a part of a time of rapidly expanding Mind and to observe the tumultuous changes taking place that protracted war could not achieve - like the demise of religion - yet these apparently immovable structures vanish like winter snow in spring as Mind improves.
Could such be harnessed? or taught?