reply to post by guitarplayer
Can't view video where I am at at the present time. So please enlighten me to the evidence of no God.
I highly recommend you watch it when you are able. You will more fully understand when I say that SHerlock Holmes, using musical theory, created order
out of chaos by using only a guitar to organize a swarm of flies. And - they flew in concentric circles.
That is particularly significant when
you take into account that a lot of mysticism indicates a cycle in everything. Even as one cycle ends, another begins, feeding from it. The universe
itself could be said to be a spiral feeding into itself through a gargantuan loop, a never ending spiral of spiritual growth.
With that said, please don't misunderstand. I am not atheist. I do not claim the nonexistence of a divine principle. I simply state that YOUR god is
impossible. And if, by some diabolic miracle, it is NOT impossible...well, then, we're all screwed. First off, omniscience in the Christian sense
would essentially mean that all of existence, from the first instant of the birth of this universe right up to the last instant of its death, exists
in one hyperintense moment in the mind if "God". If this is the case, we are all a simultaneous dream, our entire life a millisecond of ephemeral
wonder drifting across his cerebral cortex. An afterthought, maybe. Or perhaps an extremely complex notion that bursts into glorious light for less
time than it takes to notice it. Perhaps he hasn't
noticed. Perhaps he's a child, and simply unaware of the creations that are born with
Regardless. Omniscience essentially negates all form of thought, because every thought that would occur has already occurred due to the ability to
But again, don't get me wrong. I don't claim to know there is no "God". I cannot prove that to you. I can show you how such a being would be much
different that the popular imagining, and I can show you why, even if he does exist, I wouldn't even consider following such a being. But I cannot
prove his nonexistence. It's a logical fallacy, and not even our best scientists have proven it. Or maybe they have. Maybe it's being kept a secret
for fear of the repercussions. We are such a frightened species, and religion is such a powerful tool. History shows this, again and again and
But I can tell you this: the divine principle I believe in is based on vibration. And as Sherlock Holmes will show you, if you decide to watch the
video (I highly recommend that you do so), even the most chaotic of elements can be tamed with vibrations.