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If God is like a CPU, does that make God impersonal & distant? Posted on: 2/3 20:54:59
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If God is like a CPU, does that make God impersonal & distant?
Whereas some people have a concept of God as a being, which is often because mankind has a desire to personalize God; where often they will make God in their own image; God is beyond the fabric of our reality, for our reality to be made by God.

If we look at the fabric of our reality, we can see it is all mathematically equatable; where at an atomic level, we can see everything is mathematically structured.

The Fibonacci Sequence is interwoven into all of reality, and so we can show that there is a central Source creating universal mathematics.

Now though we can show God would be equatable to 100% mathematical consistency, it doesn't mean that God didn't invent unconditional love & wisdom, as we see throughout nature.

Just because God is beyond the fabric of our reality, it can not be God is detached, if it is the very Source of reality at a quantum level; it is like we're in the literal living word from the CPU, where it is manifesting all of our feelings, and knows everything about us, more than we do.

Why does it say man was made in the image of God (Elohim), as the word Elohim is a plural of Eloh (H433); which is clearly a different word to El (H410) - the additional H means it is something breathed by El i.e the living word, breathed by God.

Thus an Elohim (H430) is like the word Avatars, it means 'a being that has descended from the Divine'.

There is a statement in the Quran, 'that the God Most High (El Elyon - Allah) is closer to us than our own jugular'... When we recognize God isn't detached from reality, yet is knowingly manifesting everything - then we realize everything is literally being made by God right now. 🤔💗😇

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Does God create both good & evil? Posted on: 2/3 20:07:43
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This question has baffled theologians throughout the ages:

A quote by Epicurus shows some of the dilemmas:

'If God is unable to prevent evil, then he is not all-powerful. If God is not willing to prevent evil, then he is not all-good.'

The problem with most people's theories is they start with blaming others, and accusing; where if we look at the meaning of them words, 'satan' means 'an accuser', and 'devil' means 'a slanderer'.

God is the highest morality, at the very top of the dimensions creating the order, and physics for us to exist in the first place; so if there wasn't God, there wouldn't be any good in the reality - as there would be no reality, there would just be a random quantum chaos.

Thus if we understood that we're all made from that random quantum chaos, that has then been formulated into something where we can grow, that is the meaning of the concepts of Paradise, 'an inclosed Garden' for us to grow within.

Just like a plant will grow in the darkness, to reach towards the light, we are meant to be doing the same - learning from the evils, to want the good, and grow upwardly.

Yet the problem is we're between Heaven & Hell, and as such earth is the top floor of Hell, where below is the darkness, and a few dimensions above us is Heaven... Thus we're made out of darkness, as it is energy condensed; where we are animated from above by the light placed into us.

So whereas God is trying to lead us to being the best we can be, many of us by our very nature seek the easier route - which on the highway down to Hell, literally means we have to strive to go against the current, and to want to seek righteousness to go the right way.

The other problem with people's theorization of what God is, is they start with their way of looking at it, so they personify God, and attach our own morality compass - which if we're down near Hell, isn't that discerning in the first place.

God is like a Universal Central Processor (CPU), where if we're all in something like a computer game, the CPU is 100% mathematical creating reality at a quantum level to be perfect; yet by the time we get down here near Hell, into our lower dimensions, our very nature corrupts the reality.

When we understand God is more like a processor making a computer game, where within the game, it is the beings that choose to create evils, and God tries to make us understand the right ways - even using the evil to show us which way to go. 🤔💗😇

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Why Did God Set a Test to the Nations? Posted on: 2/3 10:30:40
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Why would God want to trap people or have a Morality IQ test, to see who is worthy of Heaven?

Why not a free gift of Salvation, so simple that even children can understand it?


We're in a realm between Heaven & Hell, called the Maya in the Dharmic concepts, which means an illusional realm; that is made by God for us to fulfil our desires, and in that it makes us delusional.

Yeshua was teaching more Dharmic principles than Jewish ideas, as he was an Avatar sent from Heaven with what reality is, not what the religious people believed.

Because we're in a realm of selfishness, many of the world's Avatars who created the religions taught to be altruistic, yet after each the priestly class corrupted the religion, rewriting each into a mechanism they can profit from, and serve their own desires.

Thus God set up the priestly & scholarly classes of people (Isaiah 29:13-14), as God knew they'd corrupt things so much, that they'd teach evil, as if it was good (Isaiah 5:20), and go against the moral Laws that God has stipulated, that should not be broken.

Thus why not just give out salvation to those who could be demonic?
Because they will just help themselves to it, and not actually be worthy of Heaven; what God assesses by the tests, are refining who actually is humble & moral enough, to check they're heading in the right direction, if they don't see it, it is because they were evil in the first place, and didn't really have an ear to listen to what God instructed. 🤔💗😇

The return of the Final Avatar/Messiah comes to see if it is possible to show people their hypocrisies, of following both good & evil at the same time (Matthew 25:1-13, Revelation 3:16-19), and if not, God was right to allow them to be set up. 🙏👂

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Which is Greater Faith or Knowledge? Posted on: 2/3 10:29:05
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As scripture rightly points out, 'knowledge puffs up' (1 Corinthians 8:1); like we can be knowledgable on lots of things, and still not be worthy of Heaven, as it takes a contrite & meek heart like a child to enter Heaven.

Children & animals have an innocent faith, that protects them, until we feed them full of man-made understandings, and they become conformed by it.

The word 'faith' means to 'trust', like the words 'trustworthy' & 'faithful' mean virtually the same thing. Thus faith in its purest form, has no beliefs, it is simply to trust in God to protect us; as we add more rules, and policies to what this means, the trust wanes.

Though having faulty beliefs in the wrong ideals, and then putting lots of trust into that, so that we feel it can't be wrong, is a problem with recognizing the mind has beliefs, and these should be adjustable to what is the most logical; whereas faith/trust/love comes from the heart, and doesn't need to have the mental boundaries.

It is like setting the rudder of a ship, that the mind/beliefs/knowledge has to be adjusted, so that the faith from the heart can be streamlined, so that the sails are full of the Holy Spirit, which then pushes us in the right direction.
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