posted on Aug, 6 2014 @ 10:10 AM
I have what you might call unorthodox views. Venture into this realm with me if you have the interest and/or the courage. I believe I have a fairly
rare perception of God, but I believe I can predict outcomes based on this model. Help me test the model by asking me questions about the future.
-God is real and has physical form but it's not flesh and blood.
-God has and asserts free will. It's not the same type of (cause-effect) free will as a human.
-God is born, lives and is mortal. God is aware of this condition.
-God grows and shrinks over time and is 100% dependent on operatives (believers). Humans are the corpus and hands of God.
-God responds to attacks and is defensive
-God is larger and more powerful today than at any time in human history.
-God has biological operatives but no biological offspring.
-Praying to God has a minute but finite effect.
-There is an after life but it is different for every human, it's nothing like this life with it's numerous pleasantries.
-There is more than one God. In fact, there are a multitude. Only a few are powerful enough to be considered classically God-like relative to a single
-All these Gods will eventually die (I hope). They might be actively killed by humans or passively die from lack of operatives (e.g.
God's operatives, upon reading these words, will feel physical pain, anger, and want to erase the words (and probably me) from the Earth. They don't
really question why because the reflex is programmed and sub-conscious . I am in no way afraid of God but I know there are operatives that are
existential threats to my life.
"God" is a meme -- actually many different memes. Orthodoxy is the depth at which the operative's brain is programmed by the meme. The power
of God is proportional to number and orthodoxy of human operatives. Operatives feed God with synchronous orthodoxy of thought and action. Essentially
the same as bee hives and ant colonies. When the last believer dies, forgets or abandons the meme framework, God dies.