Sorry, I seem to be having trouble understanding your main paragraph:
The human needs to feel different
Different from what? We have a
need to feel different from a rock? I thought humans needed to be accepted, be part of a group.
so it expands itself outside of the trappings
of the skull and becomes a meta brain aka GOD
You're saying that we need to feel different (which you have only asserted) and so we became a
supernatural, omnipotent being? Did all of us do that, or just the first human? How did that happen? The brain did that my itself? Some one told
their brain to expand?
since unlike other species of animals that all look the same the human is unable to accept the similarity
Isn't being unable to accept the similarity the cause of racism and other us against them problems?
and threfore creates a God in its image
in order to grant it special privileges through man made religion.
Humanity needs to feel different so it creates a God in it's own image?
Why not some other image, say a mountain of tapioca pudding? (I could go for some right now.)
You've got me entirely baffled. Try saying it again, please.