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Neo, My Response To Your Evolution Idea

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Posted by Lake on June 23, 2000 06:02:30 UTC

We can both laugh
and others can join
for joy is in
our unity with God
and that is good,

like Hindu Namaste:

I honor that place in you,
where if you are in that place in you,
and I am in that place in me,
then we are one.

My perspective of evolution
is that God is the reference light
of our holographic universe,
and God`s light split
one part remaining unchanging
while the other changed
according to harmonic law.
The unchanging light
kept the changing universe
in harmony
by relating to a single point
and through the point,
which is the word and the name of God,
the fundamental tone of our harmonic universe,
the frequency spectrums of our universe
can vary according to harmonic law.

Evolution in our hologramic world
has the God light as a reference
so when the animal kingdom
evolved far enough
there came a time when
the brain
was ready to be
conscious of being conscious
and this was the evolutionary leap
resulting in Adam and Eve,
conscious of God
conscious of self
conscious of interrelatedness.


Now we can laugh some more, Neo.
See ya,
Mark

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