posted on Jan, 28 2005 @ 10:14 PM
Originally posted by MemoryShock
What happens when someone else "all of a sudden realizes" that they are that god and wants you to do something because you are in reality an
extension of that someone else?
Hu? But person A is only an 'extension' (not that I would use that word) in so much as person B is.
All right! I am beginning to see that people are having problems with this one. Which is fine as it is very foreign to the usual suspects. I can only
assume that the issue is with the trappings of preconceived notions of what god is. Let me try it this way.
The theory being presented is one in that god is to man as animal is to a living cell of its own body. That man/cell is not god/animal because it is
only part of the whole. You can't take a rock, place it in a vacuum, point and say "There's god". God is all of spacetime WITHOUT division.
However once there is division, the energy which contructs everything is made-of-god. So in a sense, man (being made of energy(matter)) is god because
without all of gods separate parts as a whole, what was god no longer is god. Just as without all of the animals cells, it is no longer the animal
that it was. It is like putting together a car and afterwards realizing that you have left over parts. The few parts are not the car (entity as a
whole), but the car can not be itself (the car that it is meant to be) without the parts. I suppose that it is a bit of a paradox, but it doesn't
seem it to me.
There is an incredible book called Unified Reality Theory
that, while being a bit long winded and repedative, explains how existence came to be
through duality and it never even mentions the word god.
[edit on 28-1-2005 by Jonna]