God Doesn't Have a Religion

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posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 01:01 PM
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Very interesting, but what you are saying sounds remarkably similar to some accounts or "claims" of civilisations on Mars, a civilisation that has either developed underground or has had to migrate there due to Sunlight reasons.

I will source one of the "whistleblowers" i heard this from although i still lack the conviction of evidence to put my belief in his stories. Andrew D Basagio - i've heard a 5 hour interview with him. Some remarkble stories, your visionaries of this civilisation seems to mirror some of the claims made by him and other whistleblowers alike.Maybe you may be interested.

That has really taken me aback. As i have heard many reports of this, not that i believe them. Just seems quite co-incidental, TOO co-incidental. You have really suprised me i have to say.



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posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 01:15 PM
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I still Love the Venus Project. Is it perfect? NO. Does it need to be worked through in practical application? YES.

However - I lean toward some form of Modern Socialism. I call it Modern Socialism - - to separate it from what many conceive as socialist history - which in most cases is not Socialism at all.

I am realistic. I do not think we will have Peace without fighting for it. I don't think we can have Peace without control. Unless some Benevolent ET enters our existence and demands it through mind control.

All the Light Workers can freak out about using the term Mind Control - - but that's actually what they are referring to (in a way - not exactly). Let's be real. Increasing positive energy - evolving into higher vibrations - etc.

People fear a Police State - - how about a Peacekeeper State?

All people are not going to be all Love & Peace. I suppose we can have segregated communities. Uh - isn't that what we've been trying to undo for generations?

Don't get me wrong on the Light Workers - - I'm totally with that. But that is Energy based - - Earth and Humans are physical based - - with Energy Consciousness.

There is a difference. I will not live in an unreality while here.



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 01:18 PM
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Originally posted by awake_and_aware
reply to post by Annee
 


Very interesting, but what you are saying sounds remarkably similar to some accounts or "claims" of civilisations on Mars, a civilisation that has either developed underground or has had to migrate there due to Sunlight reasons.

I will source one of the "whistleblowers" i heard this from although i still lack the conviction of evidence to put my belief in his stories. Andrew D Basagio - i've heard a 5 hour interview with him. Some remarkble stories, your visionaries of this civilisation seems to mirror some of the claims made by him and other whistleblowers alike.Maybe you may be interested.

That has really taken me aback. As i have heard many reports of this, not that i believe them. Just seems quite co-incidental, TOO co-incidental. You have really suprised me i have to say.



Interesting.

I really may have to read more - - one of these days.



posted on Oct, 1 2010 @ 07:53 AM
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Originally posted by prophecywatcher
But not believing in heaven and hell could be a dangerous thing. If it exists, believing could keep you out of it. In my opinion, its better to be safe than sorry.


Should fear be the ruler of my life? Fear leads to the dark side...



posted on Oct, 1 2010 @ 09:37 AM
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Originally posted by scratchmane

Originally posted by prophecywatcher
But not believing in heaven and hell could be a dangerous thing. If it exists, believing could keep you out of it. In my opinion, its better to be safe than sorry.


Should fear be the ruler of my life? Fear leads to the dark side...


This is really a reply to prophecy watcher...I couldnt trace down his posts....

If you are believing in something to be rather safe then sorry....is your intent true? Is that real faith?

Would a perfect creator really expect us to base faith on pure belief in something we cant see? Would a perfect plan really work in such a way that the creator is counting on man to throw logic to the way side and depend on another mans word to be truth, when its known that man is imperfect and flawed?

I would think a perfect creator....would expect you to think about that, use critical thinking, maybe by following another mans words, show the creator just what it needs to see...that you are not seeking within and you are not truly seeking thee.

Not that you would 'be denied heaven' but be offered what you are in need of to become that humble seeker, so you can then 'feel' the spirit literally, 'know' there is something divine within you and of you, experience for yourself, WHY the spirit would not want or need you to listen to another man for truth.

The Spirit may need to know if you have started to learn how to discern between things of earth and things of spirit...and things like the bible and religions could be a tool the spirit uses to weigh and measure what we still need and what we are ready for....in a unconditional loving way....over a 'simply obey' way.



posted on Oct, 4 2010 @ 09:08 PM
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Sun, you raise a good point. No one knows what God really is and some would agree with your sentiment that maybe there is no God. For me, it's easy. As I have done much in search of enlightenment, I have learned a few important discoveries about God. First, we are all part of the creator and therefore all one. Second, we are the experience of one small part trying to learn in this physical realm. Third, I know there is a God because I see God's creation everywhere. If you need proof, you need only open your senses and experience God. The Earth itself is an amazingly beautiful entity which is but one expression. How many times have you been "wowed" by things you've seen? ...all part of the creation. And just because bad things happen doesn't mean that there isn't a God and that God just "let it happen". The bad comes with the good BY DESIGN, which is another problem area for defining what God is. Religion likes to define anything misunderstood or perceived as bad as evil. What if the idea of evil itself is a human definition for things misunderstood? That's right. We know that there is bad in the world/universe, but what if you realized that these bad things had real purpose for the intention of a souls evolution? Not so evil now is it? We learn most from the bad things that happen.

I don't believe that God wants religion. I also don't believe that God even wants us to "worship" ; especially in the manner of organized religion. How egotistical is that to believe that an almighty must have recognition and praise for all that is done or provided??? I believe that what God DOES want is gratitude. Think about it. How powerful is a "Thank you"? To live in gratitude is to live in Peace & Harmony with God's intent for our existence. It's simple and personal. If everyone made their personal connection to the creator, the world would be a much better place. ...not that there wouldn't be anything bad, just much kinder & peaceful.

In discussions such as this, I hope that it inspires people to challenge what they know. By not holding tight to beliefs, you open yourself to incredible discoveries. This is why I live by "I am open to everything and attached to nothing". I know what I believe, but until the truth is revealed I do not supremely "KNOW".

Peace.



posted on Oct, 14 2010 @ 12:15 PM
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There is no God, the universe/existence doesn't require God to explain it's emergence. It's simply a human creation that came about because of our need for explanations.

God has and always will be the God of the gaps.

May God B-Less,

Peace,

A&A



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 06:41 AM
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That's such a good point - God doesn't have a religion, why should we?



posted on Oct, 25 2012 @ 06:27 AM
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Originally posted by Mary Rose
God also does not have gender. God is an "it."


I started this thread over two years ago, but something made it pop into my head today. Probably the Red Ice Radio interview I listened to this morning about people being diagnosed schizophrenic when in reality they're more enlightened than the rest of us ("Seth Farber & Paul Levy - Hour 1 - The Spiritual Gift of Madness").

Suppose I'm right that God is an it.

How, then, would we talk about God?

Would it make sense to say, "This is God's plan for the universe. Its plan is being revealed to us."



posted on Oct, 25 2012 @ 06:37 PM
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Religion equals if I do this or that then God will do this or that. Where as relationship with God is an entirerly differnt story all together.



posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 09:41 AM
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Originally posted by guitarplayer
Religion equals if I do this or that then God will do this or that.


As in fear of reprisals?



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 06:39 AM
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I just read a passage that made me think of this thread.

It's in the book How Quantum Activism Can Save Civilization: A Few People Can Change Human Evolution by Amit Goswami, Ph.D., Chapter 1 - "Scientific Evidence for Spirituality Is Here, So
What Are You Doing about It?":


Science has discovered spirituality: there is now a logically consistent scientific theory of God and spirituality based on quantum physics and the primacy of consciousness (the idea that consciousness, not matter, is the ground of all being). And there is replicated experimental data in support of the theory. In other words, although still largely unsung in the media, we now have a viable science of spirituality that is threatening a paradigm shift from today's matter-based science that exclusively encourages materiality (Goswami 2008a). You can call the new science a science of God, but you don't have to. In the new science, there is no God that is an almighty emperor doling out judgments on us; instead, there is a pervasive intelligence that is also the creative agent of consciousness that you can call God if you want to. But this God is objective; it is scientific.

Amit Goswami. How Quantum Activism Can Save Civilization: A Few People Can Change Human Evolution (Kindle Locations 60-65). Kindle Edition.



posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 04:36 AM
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Originally posted by Mary Rose
I didn't figure this out myself. I heard Stewart Swerdlow say it a few years ago.


I was reminded of this thread this morning, because I heard Swerdlow repeat his statement "God doesn't have a religion" in this video:






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