posted on Aug, 6 2015 @ 03:20 PM
a reply to: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
The truest perceivable concepts of God are actually most ironic. This transcends the ideas of "before and after" or "cause and effect," and even
"Creator and creation," as we understand them from our earthen perspective. Once it is accepted that we are entombed in a Matrix, what "God" actually
is becomes a paradox.
Stating it more simply - God does exist, but as a collective projection of what is within dualistic humanity.
As such, "Yahweh" of the Bible is
the God of this existence (whether one accepts it or not) by virtue of humanity's own innate desire to have an experience of both good and evil, as
well as perpetual discord. Christians see this Yahweh as wholly good, atheists and ancient Gnostics have seen him as strictly evil, but the maddening
truth is that he is BOTH, because this is what we as egocentric incarnates intrinsically desire.
7 I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the Lord do all these things.
The future "coming of Christ" that the Bible speaks of is not set in stone, as it actually necessitates a universal change (resurrection) within
humanity itself in order to redefine "God" and bring about the clichéd Utopia. Unless and until this happens, we remain entombed.
Those who have awakened to this Truth while the masses insist on remaining asleep are most tormented.