Originally posted by Skyfloating
What I think? Im tired of Atheists and Christians peddling the same polarizations over and over even though Intelligent Design and Evolution are
easily compatible. I`m also tired of secular-leftists and fundamentalist-right-wingers continually forcing their views into the public arena. Keep
your wars private, we don't need them.
Please try to understand that I've simply been researching and presenting based on the data-set we're given regarding the unique and particular
moon-earth-sun configuration, as the "first cause" and the very framework by which evolution has taken place, including that of man, with the
analysis suggesting, in no uncertain terms that it was by no means a chance occurrence or a "fluke" coincidence but by-design and thus intended by
anticipation from the first causes of first causes and if that weren't enough, done in such a way that we ourselves as observers would recognize the
design, including the allegory it appears to describe in regards to the divine order and man as a reflection of the image of the Godhead or GAOTU.
Please bear in mind that the only reason the thread appear to be a "warring" thread is because of the unfortunately and ill-conceived title of the
thread, and that as a result it's been pounced on by strong atheists and by strong I don't necessarily mean intellectually superior in their
evaluation of the data itself.
You see, if people were given to examine the data and conclude that we really are children of a loving and very generous God who's aim it appears to
be to enjoy a shared experience or for us and "we", then that would really be something if we were to better understand our place in God's
creation, and that's the overarching intent, not at all what you've assumed just by reading the title of this thread, which also might be somewhat
ill-conceived except that mine was a genuine inquiry, not a "challenge" per se.
The response however is surprising imho.
For this inquiry, responses have included outright ridicule, a type of denial of the intended message and allegory embedded into the design and
intended for man's own recognition as observer, whose interpretation needn't be construed as arrogant or solipsistic or narcissistic at all ie: in
relation to any and all alien races or civilizations that might exist, to in your case, anger and outrage based on assumptions.
But I'm asking something else in my query, and yes I am quite surprised at the reactions and responses so far since this seemed to me to be very much
applicable to masonic thought about our place in the cosmos as children of God.
I'll have to come back and offer some of the data, so that you can see what I'm driving at here and what a wonderful thing it is to see and
recognize clearly, because the message can't be any clearer from what I can see, and it's right in our face, not secret, but spoken right through
the creation revealing intentionality and infinite intelligence.