posted on Sep, 19 2005 @ 08:16 PM
You have an interesting take on the information. I'll try to respond likewise.
No, the exact numbers have no meaning to life. The census figures are right once, and that is of the moment they were totaled. Before and after they
change and become history because they were recorded.
Truth itself become history the moment it is not alive. The census numbers are the truth of a fraction of a moment, then they become fosslized,
etched in stone and encapsulated within the past event.
Life, my life or yours, is a quest and alive in the moment and it can never become a history in the consciousness because our awareness is always
teetering on the front wave of time to crash upon the shore of new knowledge and new experience. To stop living in the moment is either to create a
history of what it was to be alive once-upon-a-time, or to dream our potentials away in an imagined future that never had a chance to become
Other numbers, such as the living sphere registry number of our planet published here, is valuable for what it implies- what it does to our
imagination - but in and of itself, the number can be viewed as the randomness picked out of a series.
This is what sets man apart from the animals, however. We can look at lifeless numbers and see universes. To the animals, they always live in the
present and do not have the capacity to "suppose" what information may surround the number and its meaning. For instance, who lives on the planet
registry number before ours? Are they neighbors? Or are they in some far galaxy at such great distances, we shall never know who or what they are
except their number was right next to ours?
That is more than creative imagination at work. That is the desire of man to know the otherness of a neighbor or the otherness of a God, and in the
final analysis, such emotions to have counsel with others is a spritual prompt - the same spiritual prompts that give rise to the better defined
talents and evidences of the paranormal experience.
Did you know that it is these feelings that give rise to both religion and science? You know the difference so I need not go into it here, but just
know that both practices arise from the need to be with others and to know the facts about them. To know another person is a value, but what they are
and what they have done, is a fact. Our values become expressed in religions, but are facts are determined by our sciences.
We are not alone, and I do not want you to feel that way - no one should feel that way - in spite of these huge numbers that numb the mind by their
size. Each human is an exquisite creation. We are one and remain one as ourselves, but we have a cosmic family that enjoys the life with us they are
given wherever that may be in a creation that dwarfs even all the power in all the blazing suns in space.
In his creation of numbers that we count by, God divided the universe into two major components: the living and the non-living.
The living is called the Deified universe and it takes precedence of the material or non-living or non-Deified universe. In the living universe,
God's face is love and while non-personal forces are always at work, the Deities always take personality into account first before correcting the
forces behind matter.
The paranormal is a sensual development within us when we choose to know beyond the literal translations of our five senses just what God is doing and
how we are aligned with his wellness and his healing energies and his comfort for the lonely or the dis-associated in the overwhelming experience of
living without connections at times.
It is said that our up-bringing as human places us between the hammer of choice and the anvil of necessity. However hard this is to experience, we
all go through it, and it is by facing the dilemma of the hammer and anvil that we actually develop our psychic talents which are part of the
paranormal sensing we all have in potential. Ezekiel and Enoc, both of the Bible, lived in caves, they so disliked the evasion of the hard work by
their fellows to know the power of Yahweh, but it was they who left this world in "charriots of fire" -- the fusion with spirit -- and to this day
very, very few leave this place by spirit transit.
The paranormal experience is the evidence of the development of the spiritual attunement taking place within the mind to the indwelling spirit in our
superconsciousness. The paranormal is a start, not the end, on the journey of spiritual development that extends far beyond these shores to know and
Thank you for your comments and questions.