posted on Dec, 11 2007 @ 08:33 AM
The problem with this approach at looking at the universe is that it starts as a philosophical question of freedom and force and laws... and stays
that way forever.
What is a more proper way of looking at it is from an energetic point of view. Ever since Einstein came up with a theory that everything is energy (it
has been proven beyond any doubt countless times ever since) we have known this is an "energetic universe" (to put some label on it). What we still
don't know without a doubt (science hasn't come up with any proof of it yet) is that this is a FINITE universe.
Now, a finite universe doesn't sound like something of great importance... until you ask yourself - if universe is finite, does that also mean that
it contains a finite pool of energy? The answer is, quite unsurprisingly - yes it does.
Now, that we've established that hypothesis, how about asking yourself what a finite pool of energy really means...
Do you come up with some surprising conclusions? If you don't, let me help you - a finite pool of energy means that EVERY LIVING BEING inside this
universe WILL HAVE TO STRUGGLE for energy in order to do anything, or even exist.
Why would anyone create such a place, you may also ask yourself. For you, it will be purely theoretical question, since this is just a hypothesis of a
finite universe. For me, it has become a fact ever since I saw what this universe looks like from the outside.
I won't be describing it at this moment since I'm conducting a little test right now in another thread. As soon as that test finishes, I'll post a
link to a thread on another forum where I described my experience.
What I can tell you now is that I have no doubt anymore that this universe is a construct, an artificial creation. It's clear to me now it was
designed for a very specific purpose.
The following is what I've sent someone in order to explain what I've come to understand in the meanwhile, after that experience of seeing this
universe from the outside.
I believe this world is a big "energy" generator (the kind of energy we can only describe as consciousness), forcing elemental blocks of
consciousness coming from environment outside of this world (The Source ?), to join together, increase complexity, and thus grow energetically.
Consciousness grows through experience, and some kind of suitable experience environment had to be created.
This world was designed to force generation of consciousness through suffering. There is nothing more potent to force such a generation than suffering
itself. It's built like that on purpose. Our wishes to stop suffering are meaningless inside this world as it is. The suffering will always exists
simply because everyone will always have to struggle for energy, taking it from someone else. Another design by intent - to force everyone to struggle
This is a finite world and everything in it has a beginning and an end. Even time as we perceive it. The finiteness of this world means that
everything inside it happens in cycles. It works just like a machine, and from what I've seen and concluded - an energy generating machine.
Consciousness is generated, then used (burned in a sense, to extract energy from it), and returned to environment in its elemental form (deprived of
energy). And the whole cycle repeats. It's truly the ultimate energy generator, giving designers all the energy they need, theoretically -
It's not a pretty picture, I know, but it's the only one that makes sense of everything I've witnessed. I always wanted to see the reality of this
world, however beautiful or ugly it may be, and I have. I got help seeing it. I very much doubt I could have done it all by myself.
[edit on 11-12-2007 by elendal]