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In The Beginning Was The Word And It Evolved

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Posted by Lazy Sam on May 4, 2000 04:05:28 UTC

If the word was in the beginning yet God is beyond time, yet again the word is God, then God is in time and out of time.
Maybe we are too? Speaking of the mind, not the flesh (not even speaking of the brain, just the mind: thought).
Are we prepared for an evolution of consciousness?
Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny, meaning the growth of the individual follows the growth of the species. This arguement has been thrown out by most but was meant to say that, in the human circumstance, the sperm and egg join and then the growing fetus repeats, rapidly in comparison, of course, all the stages of developement that the species evolved through.
Let`s reverse it: phylogeny recapitulates ontogeny. If a beneficial mutation of an individual is genetically passed on -- then chosen by nature to continue to due so, eventually this once mutation becomes a dominant trait. The species had to follow the evolution of the most evolved individual.
Einstein did a conscious evolution and the human species followed that individual`s evolution.
I think we are at that point again. But how do we know, among the multitudes of conscious mutations we witness in society today, how do we know which one is most evolved?
Good luck.

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