ETs I believe were misinterpreted "gods" yes (pages of evidence I could give regarding that), but I will make an attempt at proving scientifically (or
at least deductively) that consciousness is our conceptual understanding of "god". This took me a while to put together (as a Mason, we typically
enjoy doing papers like this as a hobby as we each seek to understand "god" in our own way), hope it helps. If you want to skip all the experiments,
then I put a conclusion at the bottom.
Experiment 1: Consciousness effecting particles
Dr. Young's Double Slit Experiment involved a particle beam discharging photons through two closely positioned slits to measure the interference
pattern on the other side (to see if light behaved like a wave or like individual particles, the later being expected). The photons (individual pieces
of matter) behaved and produced a wave interference pattern! So to figure out how that happened, an interferometer (observer) was placed and the
experiment ran again. This time however, the photons behaved like particles, not like a wave. The experiment was done over and over, each time there
was an observer (even one for just 40 nanoseconds) the photons’ interference pattern was that of individual particles, but when there was no
observer, it showed a wave pattern.
The insertion of the interferometer took only 40 nanoseconds (ns) while it would take 160 ns for the information about the configuration to travel
from the interferometer to reach the photon before it entered the slits. This means in order for the photon to “know” if it was being watched,
that information would have to travel at 4 times the speed of light.
What does this imply? The mere act of us observing particles changes their behavior (Wave-particle Theory) and that particle information travels
infinitely fast (due to quantum entanglement when everything was once one single mass). Thoughts indeed have been proven to contain energy emitted in
frequency. Every thought has a frequency. The whole universe, on a quantum level, is pure energy. Therefore our thoughts (energy frequency) can affect
our not only our health but reality on a particle (energy) level and perhaps in the future much more.
Experiment 2: Collective consciousness effects on human behavior
Consciousness affects so much in fact that a study published in the peer-reviewed journal Social Indicators Research reports on one of the most
dramatic sociological experiments ever undertaken. Researchers predicted in advance that the calming influence of group meditation practice could
reduce violent crime by over 20 percent in Washington, D.C., during an 8-week period in the summer of 1993.
In fact, the findings later showed that the rate of violent crime--which included assaults, murders, and rapes--decreased by 23 percent during the
June 7 to July 30 experimental period. The odds of this result occurring by chance are less than 2 in 1 billion. Rigorous statistical analyses ruled
out an extensive list of alternative explanations, according to John Haglin, lead author of the study and director of the Institute of Science,
Technology and Public Safety at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa.
Experiments 3 & 4: Bacteria and DNA
Bacteria (which contain DNA) are found everywhere. Volcanoes, Antarctica, miles below the Earth’s crust, nuclear reactors and even in deep
space. Comets and meteors contain biological and organic mass as well (as discovered by Dr. Chandra Wickramasinghe). Bacteria’s very specific
spectrographic reading (its unique light signature) is seen in 99.9% of all space dust in our galaxy (as found by Dr. Francis Crick), meaning
everywhere we look in our galaxy, we see DNA and life. Dr. Francis Crick, who discovered DNA, said “DNA is too complex to have ever evolved by
chance or evolution. It has to be of some sort of intelligent design.”
Experiments 5 & 6: Spontaneous life and identical species
Numerous spontaneous life experiments were performed (creating living entities from nonliving molecules) by Dr. James Strick, Louis Pasteur etc.
in which a hermitically sealed container held only nonliving material and yet life somehow managed to spontaneously create itself within.
Dr. Ignacio Ochoa Pacheco’s ultrastructural and light microscopy analysis of SAPA bions formation and growth in vitro experiment involved
distilled water within a hermitically sealed container with added white hot luminescent sand (sterilized). What he found, after 5 days, was startling.
Several different forms of multicellular organisms (DNA) were created spontaneously. Some even contained mouth parts and defense mechanisms against
National Geographic’s study (International Census of Marine Life, 2009), showed that 235 identical species are found both at the North and the
South Poles. This startled the scientific community. Life developed, two worlds apart, exactly the same, almost as though there’s an intelligent
template involved in creation.
So, what does the above mean and imply? Doesn’t life spontaneously forming disprove any notion of God creating us? Aren’t extraterrestrials
being responsible for religions just more credence there’s no God? The short answer—no.
1) Consciousness affects particles’ behavior (on an extreme level, even their arrangement possibly) and thoughts are a measurable energy
2) Collective conscious affects human behavior.
3) DNA is "too complex to evolve by chance", yet does in just 5 days from non-living matter.
4) There is life throughout the galaxy (99.9% of space dust having identical spectrographic readings as germs and taking in consideration E.T.
5) There are identical species that evolved on two separate worlds (North and South pole) meaning there is intangible template energy involved that
6) Just the mere fact we’re allowed to exist on this world by superior sentient beings.
Take the above into consideration. The conclusion drawn is that a supreme consciousness (universal intelligence) must permeate all the universe.
It exerts itself through DNA (by reforming molecules) to express it’s consciousness through living beings, which in turn, contribute to the overall
universal intelligence (our concept of “God”) by experiencing life—and then upon death our intangible/eternal energy returns after having grown
our own consciousness (thus adding to the accumulative energy of creation—but if we’re not ready to contribute, we are
recycled/reincarnated—reincarnation in a few individuals has been proven beyond chance). Humans are allowed to inhabit this world by E.T.
intelligences because we contribute to this universal intelligence in the small way we can and, though intellectually and spiritually inferior, are
apart of the same grand design. Inferior yes, but we’re better at being human (Earth ones anyway) than anything else.
It is a mistake to anthropomorphize God. God is not a she, a he, or it. The concept of “God” is intelligent energy that permeates everything
and anything that existed, exists or will exist.
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