posted on Apr, 19 2008 @ 10:10 PM
Ummm ... I take the stance that if there are reptilian aliens flying around in outerspace, coming to Earth, they are nothing but essentially
hellspawn, a soulless group of evil beings that has reached a point in their society where all forms of evil, manipulation, and destruction are fair
game, for any reason. In other words, their leader would be Satan, maybe he DOES live under the crust of the Earth lol, maybe not, but they'd
definitely be the "demons" spoken of and spotted throughout human history, and where the very concept came from perhaps.
Kinda like if our own present world mentality among the people of Earth does not change into a majority who want things to be different; we too will
one day carry weapons into space for the sole point of killing other beings and blowing up things. we too will go around recklessly trying to "seed"
planets or manipulate primitive lifeforms. if we succeeded, we'd act like we had some form of authority over all those beings that we manipulated or
helped create initially through DNA sciences/cloning/whatever.
Will anyone accept that God has been fragmented into an unknown number of "sparks of essence" for lack of a better term that give all things life,
and those choice things free will? And each spark is in each person or thing, and when it dies that "spark" leaves the body, but where does it go?
If God fragmented God's self to create all the physical matter in the universe as well as all of the laws of physics and all of the living,
experiencing things like us, it is no wonder why God would seem so elusive as a single omnipotent being, while being noticeable in subtle ways to
those who choose to follow that path. This would also mean that the destruction of the Earth, and Universe for that matter, will be required
eventually for "God" to retain "God's" original form. When this happens, all those parts which are still good will return to God and become a
part of God the single, as opposed to currently God the all-encompassing.
This is the New Jerusalem spoken of in Revelation; it is God's city, he will dwell in "New Jerusalem" as King, or Yeshua might, or Moshiach, take
yer pick. New Jerusalem is kind-of like Heaven, or the next creation. After the destruction of this creation, the New Jerusalem is created. It is not
a physical place .. unless Jerusalem is destroyed in a war, which i highly doubt because what muslim nation is going to destroy al-aqsa mosque, the
dome of the rock, and the birthplace of Isa, Sulieman, David etc? Then men could bring an era of peace and rebuild Jerusalem, and name it "New"
Jerusalem, much like when "York" in Ontario Canada was raized by Americans in the war of 1812, "New York" was born. "York" is now known as
But I think that all of our sparks do go back into God, this is why there has to be a Judgment and tribulation. If your soul is not high enough yet,
you have to go through the tribulation period. Then after suffering through that, humbling you, and eventually having you find yourself and your own
peace, the Judgment occurs. Why does a Judgment of all souls occur? Could it be because "God" has to check each and every spark to see if it is
suitable? Ignorant, unlearned souls, who went through this world learning nothing by choice, understanding nothing by choice, and commiting murders
and such, likely wouldn't be the kind of sparks that God wants as part of himself, inside his New Jerusalem, or Heaven. His throne room. God IS
God's throne room. Heaven is God's massive spiritual essence, and everything which occurs there, which is all good and endless, can be manifested
through what we call mere thought, because none of it is physical matter, and you're inside of the creator, tapping into the ability to create
intentions. What I mean is ... fake scenarios for your spirit to go through, heck, you could even think up a mock physical human life, birth to death,
and "live" through it just to experience it, then return to God.
What if this means we are projecting our lives through intent and thought, though all put together and created harmoniously by God after we come up
with it all, then we get "sent down" to the physical plane, which is just a temporary creation for the purposes of experiencing. Then when we die we
return and are judged on our performance, and if we did poor, perhaps we have to have the bad or the evil proverbially 'burnt out of us' through
trial by fire, aka what people call hell. Which would make it temporary? But I dont believe that, I think God could purify your soul on the spot,
afterall he created you. But the more people who die, the more sparks of God that return to God, and thus God gains more and more of God's original
form, instead of being so dispersed and everywhere at the same time.
This centralization of essence over time increases the effect of God on man, and brings things closer to completion, that is, the end .. so that we
can ALL dwell with God, be a part of God, in New Jerusalem.. created through rejoicing, and its people shall not toil in vain, for they are the seed
of the blessed Father in the offspring winter, and when they ask, Yahweh shall answer, and as they are speaking, He will hear.
[edit on 4/20/2008 by runetang]