Ok, I'm back for the night.
Leaving the plants for a while, I would like to share the Genesis of our universe by Jesus as per the Nag Hammadi documents, and we'll see how it
fits with our current knowledge about the universe...
Jesus told his disciples that one day one of God's favorite became inflated with the notion that he, also, was the Eternal God, having no
beginning and no end. ( For the sake of the story, let's identify the Fallen One as S. ) So God decided to put S to sleep, in a bubble of water,
left to dream.
Let's stop here and look at three things, here. 1st, what is the most abundant matter of our universe? Hydrogen. Water? The
universe is now said to be finished. Ever heard of the bubble universe hypothesis? Anyway, in third, quantum physicists say that our universe is the
fruit of the imagination of something/someone from an upper dimension.
As in a dream?
Next, Jesus says to his disciples that S, asleep, was dreaming of being the Eternal God. And while he dreamt that, he did of this universe where
he was almighty. And he felt he needed devotees. So he took limon and earth and created the human beings. Poor him, tried as he might, he could not
animate a single one. It was beyond the ability of this "Eternal God" to create intelligent living consciousnesses... That amused the True One
God, who came one night and put a parcel of Himself to animate human beings, so they would be free to yearn for Him, instead of S. We are
individuals, at the base.
Is it only because of our two brains, or because we are a part matter, darkness, evil, perishable, and a part
divine, spiritual, out of this world...
and eternal? So from this, we see that matter is masculine, because "infertile", in the sense it
doesn't create self. And spirituality is feminine because it is where resides all that we are and all that unites us and all that gives our lives
meaning. A meaning often transferred on other objectives, but still, the meaning to better oneself, thus bettering everyself. ( Neologism here!
It's a condensed version of the story. I said in my Introduction thread that I was a Gnostic; I've found out while reading the Nag Hammadi
documents. And to my mind, this Genesis makes more sense as to who we are than the one served to us in the bible.
One last thing, hydrogen burns, also... hmmm... hm. Water erodes... hm...
Aresh ( Not forgetting to bring the link to the plants thread. )