The Physics of God and the Quantum Gravity Theory of Everything
Ok, I'm just staring into this "proof" much of which is way over my head, but I find it very interesting nevertheless.
I got that paper from this site
Basically it states that the whole universe is an evolving, interpenetrating, informational matrix that, when it approaches a state of infinite
information will produce a "resurrection" at the end of time that will encompass and integrate everything that's ever happened in space and time
(including your life) but moved up to the next level, and that we're actually only in the relatively early stage of this process after 8 or 10 billion
In this context, it's not out of the realm of possible that when we die, we are "stored", and that, being then outside of time, there's no perceived
"lag" in getting to the "omegapoint" at the end of time, upon which we are resurrected into the new domain. Sounds crazy I realize, but it is rather
congruent with certain interpretations of the Bible including the rather trippy and hard to understand Revelation of John, with everyone dressed in
white at the throne of God etc.
Personally, I find the idea of reincarnation on the karmic wheel to be rather problematic in so far as it may represent a type of trap containing the
possibility of a devolution, whereby the sins of the father, and/or one's life, and past lives, just keep on piling up without a final resolution in
time and history, relegating us to a circle from which there is no escape, since who among us can get completely "clean" in any one lifetime, since we
are a product of all the accumulated karmic debt of the past?
To escape this predicament, we might very well be in need of salvation in the form of a radical, transformative forgiveness..
Maybe Jesus wasn't kidding when He claimed to possess the gift of eternal life, but as a final resolution to the paradox of the karmic wheel, so as to
avoid and save us from a type of cataclysm or a descent into increasing suffering and hellishness?
At the same time, this is where the rubber meets the road, at least for the time being, meaning that we are engaged in a "participatory eschatology"
whether we like it or not, where there are consequences for our actions as measured by some final standard of Judgement (capital J) which will
determine our future destiny in eternity.
I don't much care for Biblical literalist fundamentalism, but I find that the more I try to delve into these questions, the more I am persuaded that
certain contingencies and eventualities cannot be avoided by virtue of our own inclusion, with free will.
Of course we have societal norms and a legal framework to keep us on the straight and narrow, and "reality" is in many ways an open concept and
available for any number of interpretations, but might there be something to all this talk of sin and righteousness and God and Jesus that we really
should be paying attention to?
Virtue is of course it's own reward, but what is it about being good and loving that is more congruent
than not being that way or striving to
be and to become a better person? And what if it's true that no matter how good we try to be, that we simply cannot engineer our own salvation?!
An adage of modern quantum physics is "to be is to be perceived". That's scary, and it could also be embarrassing if our every thought and action is
as if projected onto a great universal screen..
There could be a certain solace though in the idea that we are all held to account for our life and that neither we, nor the PTB, can really get away
with anything as much as they might think that "truth" is relative and doesn't really exist in it's own right, as taught by people like Leo Strauss to
the likes of Paul Wolfowitz and other "elite" at the University of Chicago, the result of which might very well have been 9/11 as a Big Lie to "take
over the world" and alter the course of history.
In spite of my own sins and flaws, I think it's comforting to know that there may be a great equalizer, who's highest standard of a Just Judgement is
also the highest expression of Love.. whereby the "twin pillars" are, on the one hand, a Justice that stretches as far as the heavens are long, and on
the other, matched only by the height of Mercy in Love.
I think there's something to this Jesus business, that might have been in our blind spot..
But to think that God might be the greatest physicist ever is starting to look more and more likely. If so, then it would only make sense that "He"
has another great trick up his sleeve when all is said and done, that will absolutely thrill us to no end, literally.
I realize it's solipsistic, and rather painful, to think that the Cross on Golgotha here on Earth might have represented the height of those twin
pillars, but if so not even the evil aliens can escape it's immovable rock of reason and logic.
It would be funny therefore if whenever we do make contact, to find that word got around and that "they" are all converted Christians in no need of
baptism by the Pope because all of heaven knew why He did what He did, whether to their chagrin, or their everlasting enjoyment even as a joke told
also at their own expense..
Me, I have become convinced that there's nothing God loves more than a very practical joke capable of protecting the little guy and the new kid on the
block from any form of predation by any powers and principalities either of this world or any other, and all without the use of any military hardware
or high tech gizmos. LOL!
Maybe it's a form of superior technology in it's own right whereby meaning and context, is decisive..?
I'd considered putting this in the Theology Forum, but there's no use preaching to the choir and I'm not sure the "Bible Believers" would have much of
a taste for this inquiry, but for me, I was never satisfied with just accepting stuff at face value, nor just operating from some sort of circular
reasoning ie: using the word to prove the word.
As it turns out, the fundies might even be right, yet unaware of why.
If I'm going to believe, I would much rather come to that place for all the right reasons, and the more I try to rack my brains over it, the more I'm
led to suspect that at the most fundamental level, it's all true, but for all the right reasons.
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