originally posted by: dfnj2015
First of all I will prove to you God exists.
There is actually a proof that demonstrates God exists.
However, it's like a math proof, to understand the proof you need a certain educational background.
A sketch of the proof goes something like this.
As a man, you find you can create certain things.
If you understand enough about modern science, you'll know man can now create new forms of living things, and has actually done so: new bacteria, new
viruses, GMO crops, cloned a few animals, created new mice with glowing fur..etc..
So, you'll understand that man will soon have the ability to create new types of men.
To essentially, "create man in his own image, after his own likeness".
But, we have a book, called the Holy Bible, reportedly written by people thousands of years ago, who claimed to be inspired by God, to write down what
is in that book, and in the very first book of that book, called the Book of Genesis, we see this deed of
"creating man in his own image"
was done before.
Then, when we read the whole Bible, we find it reads somewhat like a "History Book"; it reports events that took place in man's history, not in full
detail, but like in "sketches", just reporting a select few of some "essential details".
These recorded "essential details", however, are just enough for us to compare future events with past events, to see if we are "repeating" the same
things over and over as a species.
Now the life of a typical man is about, say 80 years, or 120 years tops. So, what man would really care about what happened 5000 years ago, or what
will happen 5000 years into the future? He wasn't there, and isn't going to be there, so why bother?
Where does this "impulse" come from, to record these past events, bundle them up into a "religious book", and preach these old facts to people down
through the ages, so that they would "remember them" ?
While typical "History" records what happened in the "recent past", like, say last few centuries, what we call "Religion" records what happened in the
"distant past", like at the beginning of time. So, in one sense, Religion is just History, but on a very long time scale. So long, in fact, that it's
impossible to record it in any great detail, and it can only be represented in "sketches" of conceptual ideas about those early times.
The first question to ask yourself is "Who needs to know about the events on these very long time scales?"
Not man, since he dies in 80 years time. He might take it on as a "fun project", but he doesn't "need to know" about these things.
Also, man can't "prove" these things happened 5000 years ago. Nor can he prove any particular thing will happen 5000 years into the future. He can't
test any hypothesis about what happened(s) in these times, because he isn't there.
Man can only "witness" what happens in his own lifetime.
That's a window of 80 years in the time period of millennia.
Any written records reporting on events previous to his lifetime have to be taken on "faith" and be "believed" or "challenged" with arguments.
But, what is happening "right now", can be proven, by simply "witnessing" it with one's own eyes, ears, and mind.
And that is part of the key. The "why" of the existence of the Holy Bible. Because when men start to create man in their own image, once again, they
will then "know" and have "proof" that that part of the Holy Bible is truth.
The other observation that contributes to this proof, is the advancement in the communications between men. The minds of men are being gradually
"linked" up together to form "one huge global mind."
Currently, we have internet, linking us together, we type on keyboards, watch flat screens, and so exchange information. But, that will soon change,
and we'll first have special "helmets reading brain waves" and will hook up directly to the internet, and the screens will be replaced with
holographic images broadcast by wifi directly into our brains.
So, we're becoming more than just a collection of individual men. We are becoming "one being," with many "cells" , all contributing thought towards
the advancement of life, and towards the transformation of that life, to become the thing that creates everything in the future.
Eventually, these "helmets" used to interface with each other will become unnecessary, as the impact of these artificial devices on an "adaptive
biological neurological system" will be to train and develop that brain to perform these activities on it's own. That is, we all become "telepathic",
discarding the artificial interfaces, and using the natural neurological one instead.
So, now we've become "one being" composed of billions of "mind cells" all communicating telepathically with each other, deciding on the future course
of action for the species.
Everything we do, is by consensus, just like when a man decides to act, all his limbs co-operate to get that action done.
Now, what would you call this being?
That being is what we call God.
And the funny part is, that God is always here, and what we call God at that time in the future is really just "the manifestation of God" expressed in
So, now we can understand where the impulse came from to record those historical facts, bundle them up into a "Religious Book" and preach it to every
generation down the line. It's just a way for man to "awaken" to the "realization" that "together we are God". That is, once we combine all our minds
back into one mind, we become aware that it is we who are God, and we are always here, either existing as "fragments", or together as one "whole"
being. And this being is doing everything we see happen in the universe.
So, there you have your proof God. Proof, at least, when the time comes that you too can see and understand all the details that are before us.