posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 10:04 PM
Originally posted by Jinglelord
Unless something can come from nothing there can be no real creation just change in state.
So the question should not be if there is a creator or creation we must first establish if it is possible for something to come from nothing.
Of course if things need creating and haven't always been we really need to ask where the creator came from?
When you realize that all that physically exists is manifestations of event trajectories and the information that emerges to permanently reflect the
fact that those events occurred, the genesis of existence becomes tangible and very real. And from there, the progressive development is a
God becomes a necessity for the human being to have any peace in its own eternity (collectively speaking, of course). The whole of everything suddenly
becomes very accessible, and the myths and religions of mankind emerge from within what we've always insisted they be and take a bow as what they've
always been in spite of what we insisted of them. The truth emerges as a light deep within the tunnel. Still at a distance, but at least we finally
know that it exists.
The particle is a redundant, matrixed event trajectory that the human being - a redundant, matrixed event trajectory in its own right - perceives as
it perceives itself to be; solid, concrete, and physically stable. Neither is, in reality, but they're both furiously reconfiguring at the exact same
unit rate of change, so the skewed perception is expected. Once this is finally realized, the mysteries will begin to fall one after the other.