posted on Oct, 28 2008 @ 09:58 PM
reply to post by Hollywood11
It's not that I can't respect your inclinations, but there much more question's than answers too this query
For instance, you had said:
The only people that can keep real historical records unbroken over thousands of years, are spiritual and sometimes monastic people. Only a true
tradition can survive over thousands of years, where ordinary human society never can.
Which is an accepted fact , look at the Dead Sea Scrolls.
But it lacks one thing, such as the Scrolls do, they explain hidden treasures and places of hidden secrets and people have spent their whole lives
trying to find the so called treasure with very little evidences to support their cause of the belief that is there.
The Universe is a vast metropolis of life everywhere and it began one way or another, but most likely not an Omnipotent creator.
MAN AND THE UNIVERSE
The meaning of life
The dimensions and the nature of the Universe overcome our understanding.
The earth is an insignificant blue dot in the Milky Way, and our sun just one among millions of other suns of a small galaxy, which is just one among
hundreds of millions of galaxies, where constant explosions of materials and gases are always happening, thus permitting the formation of new suns and
Which is an Akums Razor kind of acceptance for the explanation of the existence of life anywhere.
The particles that were composed at the beginning of the Universe, the atoms that were forged in the stars, the molecules that were constituted
on Earth or in another place… all that is also inside us.
Michel Cassé, French astro-physicist, Desafio do Século XXI
I for one will have to stay on the fast track thoughts of the sciences, but your acceptance, such as mine to these posted theories, makes more viable
since to me than what you are trying to postulate.
The scientific view of the universe and the awareness of its incomprehensible dimensions created astonishment and grief in philosophers such as
Pascal (in the seventeenth century). What’s the meaning of life in a cosmos like the one described by science? Man is a nothing in such a
grotesquely gigantic universe. Man isn’t in the centre of Creation as religions described; traditional views of man and God lose sense. The Universe
conceived in the past – populated with souls, lights, life – was a universe where life had meaning, where the Earth was at the core of God’s
purposes. The Universe as revealed by science is dramatically different.
All the excerpts came from this site:
Thanks for your thread post , and I hope you understand that I don't understand everything there is out there, but I would put my chip's "All-In"
on this being the most relevant.