August 20, 2009

A few years ago I was going through a troubled time and started to search for answers to questions about God. Then one day I was discussing some ideas about God with a friend and experienced anger bearing down on me after. It was apparent I was experiencing God’s anger at what I had just said. We soon shared empathy for each others situation. I felt that God was lonely, sad and very frustrated. Thoughts were shared as I asked questions and expressed how I felt. It is ok to express how you feel about God, God respects honesty. On one occasion I was asking why he felt the need to not only have people killed but to burn them to the stake too. The AscensionSomething I thought was an unnecessary evil. It was then that God decided to share something with me. I was overwhelmed by a sense of guilt so strong it had my whole abdomen rumbling. Straight away I new what it was and started to cry. I had been so blatant about how I felt, about how God has wronged mankind I did not realise he was trying so hard. He then told me he could not cry and that he could not even move. He is not only guilty but also suffers so much because of the suffering in the world that he is completely paralyzed. So if there is anything you can do to alleviate the suffering in the world He would greatly appreciate it if you did it. Because it is only these good things that keep Him going.

This recently came to me, so to speak and the only thing I can do with it is share it with you. I hope you feel the same and pass it on.

A Glimpse Into The Eye Of God
by
GrimmJoke

1. The Eternal Paradox

Infinity equals zero.Nothing is infinite.Infinite is nothing.
Imagine a black hole, it has infinite mass as such it has infinite
gravity, even light cannot escape its pull. As a result of this the physical
laws of the universe/reality no longer apply, as it’s existence is a paradox
i.e. an impossibility which negates or removes it from this
universe/reality. It in fact becomes a hole in space and in time.
The only impossibility is impossibility itself.
Nature abhors a vacuum and will fill it at every opportunity, fill it with
everything even light. Hence the properties of black holes or singularities.
A black hole is simply a particle of matter that has broken a fundamental
law of existence: that the faster you go the heavier you become. Until you
reach the speed of light. Once that barrier is broken you become infinite,
and you are no longer a part of this universe/reality. Beauty and GodYou are a paradox.
Accordingly the universe is NOT infinite. If it were phenomenon such as a
black hole would not exist as they ARE infinite. To beings that exist in
spacetime the universe appears infinite indeed but that cannot be for as
1 >.9999999 ad infinitum and always will, this universe/reality will one day
end.
Or will it?
Infinity negates both space and time, and time and space, as time is space
and space is time.
Infinite is all the space in which to travel and all the time in which to
do it. The only thing infinite in spacetime are the holes in it. Holes into
which all matter is drawn or pushed into, as they are the paradox of the
infinite. They are the vacuum of spacetime and into all of the
universe/reality goes. Not just matter, but the time in which it exists is
drawn into infinity, for it, at least in this space and time is NOTHING.
Nothing is impossible but impossibility itself. And into nothing all will
go ……..eventually.
But do not let this disturb or frighten you, for out of nothing came
everything, i.e. the Big Bang. Simply put, a black hole is a hole from
spacetime into the infinite, the Big Bang a hole from which infinity pours
spacetime.
The end of our universe/reality will occur when last bit of spacetime
enters the infinite and only the holes remain, the last two meeting and
joining at just over the speed of light which will create a paradox and as a
result everything that went into these holes will come streaming out and
ANOTHER universe will be born. This will definitely happen again, the
existance of black holes in this universe/reality proves that, and will
continue to happen as long as the paradox holds up. For if there is a
universe/reality that is eternal it must be one that has no holes in it.
Gravity is a function of matter interacting with spacetime, or spacetime
interacting with matter if you prefer. All matter from the smallest particle
(other than a black hole) to the largest galaxy, moves through spacetime. It
can also be said that spacetime flows around matter.
The reason that we and everything else on this and other planets are pulled
or pushed toward a point in its center is a physical manifestation of this
interaction.
Matter in motion has gravity which is not a property of matter, but its
existence in spacetime. The only thing that is not in motion is a black
hole, as they are not a part of spacetime but a hole in it. If you were to
observe two black holes that appeared to be moving toward each other it
would in fact not be so. What you would see is the disappearance of
spacetime between them, into them. They would not move toward each other but
eat the distance between each other. Black holes are stationary in
spacetime.
At sometime in the future they will all merge and join but only after ALL
of spacetime is gone, and the speed that they will meet will be infinite.
After that anything is possible, except impossibility itself.
But wait, if nothing is infinite and as such cannot exist in spacetime then
what of God, something purported to be both eternal and infinite? How can
something or someone like that exist in our universe/reality?
It cannot, except in our own imagination. God or the concept of perfection
that it represents exists only in that realm, the realm of consciousness. We
create (or re-create) God after God has created us. How else could God
survive the trip through the white hole of the Big Bang, by the reaching of
the conscious mind to the state of perfection, to the infinite.
We, beings of consciousness, are
but tiny pieces of that perfection in the process of creating (or
remembering) itself, the mind of God, and that our very existence is due
only to the imagining of that mind of our existence. A mind that we (all
conscious beings) are all a part of.
Our creation of God will in turn create us from God. Thus the circle of
existence is complete.
It seems to me that all this fighting over the nature of God to be a form
of consciousness-suicide, for the mind of the other you kill is a part of
your own, connected by the infinite.
Death is only the returning of that part of the God/mind into
itself, and birth its return from the infinite. The only thing that is
required of us is the incremental imagining of this perfection. All life in
its myriad forms is a function of this God/mind remembering(if you look at
it from the end) or creating (or from its beginning) itself.
So if you want to be a part of God I suggest that you close your physical
eyes and open the inner one that God gave you and imagine that God into
existence, so that after the last two holes become one, God can imagine YOU.
But if God as we define it does not exist in the sense of something
infinite and eternal, then where does God exist in the physical realm of
spacetime? The answer is NOWHERE, as the infinite cannot exist in spacetime.
There is a point in which God CAN exist and that is within the paradox.
In the moment before the Big Bang, the moment after the last two black
holes collide there exists, in fact HAS to exist a moment in space and in
time in which there is only….ONE.
Only one point in space and at only one time, and at that shortest of
moments, in that tiniest of places God does in fact exist in the physical
and the imagined.
For there and only there are all things possible…… even the impossible.
Are all things infinite.
All things ARE.
Perfection made real.
Zero-point.
Nirvana.
Heaven.
God.
Nothing = Infinite.

And at that point in space, in that moment of time…….a black
hole in another God/minds reality.

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