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VHBEsoteric knowledge explains this: mankind lives here in a Shakespearian Play. This is not real, just a physical (heavier) representation of the higher dimensions.
agnisvaha I am inclined to agree.
Would it surprise you to know that no other place in any other solar system, galaxy exists at what has formulated on 'Earth'.
agnisvaha It wouldn't surprise me in the least.
This is an experiment for a spirit based entity occupying a heavy vehicle (human, animal, flora).
agnisvaha An experiment conducted by whom? Supposing that you can answer this question it really won't amount to anything more than a theory; a speculation based on variegated interpretations of the cosmogenetic myths. One could just as easily posit that psychoactive mushrooms are responsible for the evolution of mind; that its chemically enervating reactance elicited some type of nootropic action? However, the most discerning understand that there exists what seems to be a non-local aspect of mind. I say 'seems' because it is possible that any autonomy that we might ascribe to it could be merely an unconscious organismic facet of ourselves which demonstrates a continuity of mind. All minds are able to experience this substrate consciousness but it would be otherwise unrecognizable save for our anthropomorphic tendencies.
Its never been done before, this is unique in an expression of AUO (absolute unbounded oneness) (a binary plasma think tank you call 'god') to see itself to a fruition so far this is what has been accomplished, and as yet have not destroyed ourselves/Itself.
agnisvaha We shouldn't be inflexible when it comes to allegorizing a phenomena that we are just beginning to unravel through the lens of modern science. If we can know it, it can be emulated. If our reality is, as you suggest, a giant simulation; an experiment of sorts then it should have an objective frame of reference whereof its mechanism of operation may be observed and compared for variations, subtle changes in (test) subject disposition. If it is a controlled experiment then it must needs follow principles which can possibly be manipulated by the subject.
Not to say it wont come to a final conclusion; but the Absolute will just start all over again. No one gains other than their own spiritual progression continues (that is the point). You will Grok this once you leave your physical body. The Kingdom Jesus spoke of was this state of being.
agnisvaha The Kingdom Jesus spoke of is ambiguous save for a few very important if not telltale qualities which can allow the discerning "test subject" to prognosticate what such a place would be like in an empirical sense.
I think so.
That Kingdom is ambiguous ON PURPOSE . . .
VHB That Kingdom is ambiguous ON PURPOSE . . .
jmdewey60 I think so.
At least theoretically, Israel, represented at the time by Judea and the followers of the Jerusalem temple cult, was The Kingdom, and Jesus alludes to that when dealing with the Centurion with the sick servant in Matthew 8.
“Truly I tell you, I have not found anyone in Israel with such great faith.
I say to you that many will come from the east and the west, and will take their places at the feast with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in the kingdom of heaven.
But the subjects of the kingdom will be thrown outside, into the darkness, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.”
jmdewey60 The Old New Testament story here serves as a metaphorical model but at that particular moment there was a sort of literal concreteness to it.
Jesus had to step about that carefully, to not destroy that, since its existence was critical in the role that it served, but at the same time he had to make allowance for this metaphor to play out in a literal way, of The Kingdom as it should have been envisioned in the beginning, but wasn't because people were not socially evolved enough earlier to be able to carry it out.