posted on Jan, 8 2015 @ 12:04 PM
Omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent. Extrapolated, that would mean we witness parts of God in every experience and moment. Interestingly, this
also makes it incredibly hard to find since there is no place God is "not" for comparison or contrast.
Because of this, it also means any construct I come up with in my mind is a false idol of sorts. It is still like a finger pointing at the moon, but
it is not the moon itself. Most seem to argue over who points best, or how there is nothing to point towards.
I do not see what we know as "the universe" as accurately encompassing all of existence, only our spectrum of experience. The possibility of realms
without as much spatial motion opens the possibility for realms based more on temporal movement. If these parts of the universe interact, it would
happen in ways that would appear as a paradox. The word 'temporal' tends to refer specifically to the non - spiritual, but a purely temporal realm
with no material movement could provide a solid foundation for actually understanding the different cogs that might drive varying parts of our very
"God" would be the entire system, as well as each individual part. But the true expanse and scale of such an experience is far beyond our spectrum
of experience. A bit like the cells in our body attempting to understand the consciousness of the whole body. If this universe is one among many, we
have little to no foundation for reliable exploration or explanation.