posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 01:09 PM
No. It's like Heaven. Would you REALLY want to live there? It's boring. No tension, engulfed with "love" to the point of being a very happy moron
with no progression whatsoever. Would you play an MMORPG with no quests, no goals, no achievements? Tele Tubbies is for children. Adults aren't
attracted to such sophomoric inanities.
Life is a game. Really. This is not a metaphor or an analogy. Earth as we know it is a place we have chosen to come to act out our fantasies, to do
and become whatever it is our higher selves have deemed important. From OUR standpoint it surely doesn't seem that way, but OUR standpoint is that of
an avatar. We weren't consulted and from our higher selves's point of view, the whole idea is absurd. They believe we will understand in time and
they also are quite sure we will participate exactly as they have because that is the true progression we are involved in. We all take our place doing
Part of the issue is to evoke your emotional responses: love, hate, sorrow, revulsion--all of them. The idea is to get you churning and boiling, to
ranting, to feeling in a way that is impossible in any other state. You experience physical existence, and the rules state that you take the bad with
the good. If that weren't so, you wouldn't be able to start a rant thread.
The rules also state that we are stuck in human bodies, which have an average IQ of 100. That's a fact by definition. We simply, as a race, are not
that smart, and even if we know people who have an IQ above 130 and are therefore the top 2% of the population in terms of intelligence, it's obvious
from looking at the decisions they make that they aren't all that smart either. None of us are. We are emotionally-driven creatures not designed to
live in peace and happiness.
Now I am one unhappy Avatar. I don't like this system. To me the pleasures are not worth the suffering. Whomever designed this game is a vindictive
and uncaring entity who EITHER thinks it is all very funny and doesn't really care two cents about what the avatars think about the game OR is under
the delusion that avatars participating in this game will be helped to "grow." Listen to the psychics and the channeled entities and you get this
sort of picture. We reincarnate to learn lessons. We're "in school" according to them. Even the organized religions are a variation on this theme,
though they are sure to strip the individuals of any semblance of power.
Have you ever played a game where you created a character? Did you think the character was "real" to the point that you cared about what happened to
them? Probably not, and even if you did, you knew it was a game all along. You participated in this delusion for your own amusement. We're no
different than our creator. We pull the same crap.
And the thing is, we seem compelled to do it. We make models of life. We make dollhouses, model railroads, indeed, models of our entire lives. In the
software gaming world, we model entire planets, then put our avatars (symbols of ourselves) INTO the game and "play" with them. What do they do?
Have adventures, including conflicts. They divide into factions, Empire and Republic, and slay enemies and monsters, conquer territory, advance
themselves by levels, group with other avatars to play.
It's what we do. We do what has been done to us.
Many of the answers here are completely superficial. They think life is real. They assume peace and harmony is the goal. They assume that people are
actually striving for this goal. AND they think the goal is worthy and desirable. They also assume that everyone around them is the problem, but if
everyone thought like THEY did, everything would be peachy.
But it wouldn't. We reincarnate to have adventures. We want to see and hear and smell and taste, to fight and die "for a cause" because from our
standpoint elsewhere, that's the game. That's the adventure we seek. And from our standpoint elsewhere, alongside those who are directing our little
game, we know no one really dies and no one really suffers all that long, and it's all a game anyway where we have all agreed to participate and meet
back on the other side. Our enemies aren't really our enemies. They are our friends who have agreed to play a role in our little fantasies here on
I know you won't believe me. It doesn't really matter. It might spoil your game if you did. Besides, you'll know the truth soon enough.