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Re: Why Couldn't He Have Just Eaten An Orange

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Posted by John Clark on February 13, 2001 04:23:10 UTC

Why does everyone seems to assume that the Bible is right when it states that God made man in his own image. As a serious student of religious history and of the origin of hell, I believe nothing could be further from the truth. Man has fashioned every god (good or evil) ever envision in his image. That's why organized religion is failing to meet mankind's needs now that we are discovering the real truth about the universe and our place in it.

If a god does exist, and I believe one does, that one is probably the infinite atom, out of which the Cosmic Egg was born, out of which our universe was born, out of which our galaxy was born, out of which our solar infinitum!

When we pray to the various god we worship today, we are praying only to ourselves and we know how reliable and omnipotent we are!

There may be a heaven but there is no hell. Everyone, even Hitler, came from and will return to the celestial dimension in which the true god of creation resides.

And, until entropy has it's way with our four-dimensional cosmos, everything in it vibrates. Therefore..."the Universe is one gigantic chord, played by an eternal musician, on a perpetually changing instrument." Namaste' J.C.

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