PhD in Metaphysics Wrote Nice Metaphysical Origins Ontological Dissertation

A Conversation with God: Impressions on the Origin of Man

Will Miller – Ph.D. Thesis

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
    • The fascination of where we came from and why we are here…
  • Arguments
    • The Evidence of a Master Designer
    • God the Supreme Being
    • Intelligent Origin by Design
    • The Bipolar God of the Bible
  • Conclusion
    • The Beginning & the End
    • The Kingdom of Heaven is Within
  • Reference Page

The Fascination of Where & Why

As long as I can remember, I have always been fascinated with our origin and what purpose we as a human race are meant for on this planet.  You know- where we came from and why are we here.  I believe most of us have had these thoughts and pondered these questions searching in our own way for the answer.

Not too long ago, I had an acquaintance ask me to lunch. During the conversation, while we were determining where and when we should meet, he commented that he wanted to chat with me concerning my thoughts on God. He is a fellow speaker and does not use God, Source or energy when he speaks to groups.  He was asking me to lunch because he was part of an audience of entrepreneurs I was addressing and was intrigued by my use of Source energy and how I related energy to life and business.

This is a person who as a young boy was deaf and lived in a fundamentalist polygamist Christian home.  As he reached his teenage years his family left the polygamist lifestyle and continued with a Christian belief system. As a young man he began to question his beliefs, as many often do who are born into a belief system of religion and conditioned to live a particular way.   He has spent much time studying and working on his own relationship with Source Energy, God or whatever someone may refer to it as.  He has since gone on to become the first deaf player in the NBA and has recently retired from basketball to write books and speak to groups about his experiences.  After living 3 years as a strict agnostic he struggles with others interpretations of “God” and because God has so many different meanings to so many different people, does not use spiritual references in his speaking or teaching.  He does however have a strong conviction towards a higher power and is on a powerful spiritual journey that is leading him to find the truth within.

That being said, I myself have struggled with the idea of God.  I am very spiritual and was raised or conditioned in a very devout Christian format.  I was adopted as a baby and raised in a strict Mormon family.  My parents had adopted four of us and had one of their own (my younger sister).  As a young boy, I knew I was a challenge for my parents as I questioned everything.  This was not a problem for my parents until I got into my teenage years and began to study on my own and to bring up questions that were not necessarily acceptable to be asked.  I was quickly told to read only the scriptures and books that were accepted by the LDS Church and to blindly believe what I had been taught.  At least that is what it felt like to me.  My parents were much more eloquent than that in the way they gently and sometimes not so gently prodded me to go along with their beliefs.   Needless to say, I became the black sheep of the household.  Maybe because I was the oldest son or more so, I believe, because of something innate within me, I just had to go find my own way.  I continued to live my Christian beliefs and take callings within my religion.  However, I became even more interested in studying religious philosophies.  I have to stop and chuckle here for a moment, because once my mother heard me call her religion a philosophy and she proceeded to tell me that “it is not philosophy, but Truth!”  That being said, I became very well read. Not only did I read the accepted Christian books that I was told to read so I could gain my own “testimony” of the Mormon faith, but I read about Buddhism and parts of the Koran and delved into any other books I could find on the origin of how we as humans came about and what truly is our purpose in life.  All this reading did not give me a testimony of any one religion, but rather opened the door to new and bigger questions.

In my studies, I began to understand that we are all energy and the value of Quantum Physics as it relates to the spiritual side of science. (That is an interesting argument).  Potential argument aside, I came to understand that everything in the universe is energy and our spirit energy continues even when our physical body is destroyed.  Energy cannot be created or destroyed.  I know that I am more than just this physical body and have in my studies and really in my quiet reflection come to understand who I really am and my relationship with Source.

So back to my lunch conversation with my now very good friend.  It was interesting to say the least.  I found he has a very spiritual side and despite living the past three years as an agnostic, (which he no longer is), he has come to many of the same conclusions that I have in my spiritual journey and is on a quest to find himself and his relationship with God and source.  We continue to meet often now and are even working together on projects to share with people their inherent birthright as kings and queens of this earth, and the divine nature of it. It has always been there within all of us, but goes unrecognized because of our conditioning.  It is in my nature and is my mission to help others in understanding and in overcoming their limited beliefs and past conditioning.

Herein lies the dilemma…  Though lunch went well and since that day we have created fun and amazing programs to share with people in an effort to help them find their own spiritual paths, I was unable to really delve into my friend’s questions before me.  In fact, his question brought up many more questions that I want to explore possible answers to, not only for my own self, but for others as well. The question brought to me by my friend is one that is often argued and has the potential to spark anger.   Thus, is the way it is when peoples’ conditioning comes into play, and the reason for this journey into the origins of man.  The question at hand and others that I address in this thesis are designed with the end in mind to only communicate my thoughts and opinions, not to tell anyone what there truth should be for themselves.

Throughout this thesis, I will touch on and explore several questions that could make up the body of this document, though I may share my opinion on these topics as they come up, it will be brief.  I do this because I want to spend the scope of this particular paper on two possible answers to my friend’s question.  The question being: Are the residents of this earth created by and controlled by one divine being (God) who is all seeing, all knowing and everywhere at once; or are the residents of this earth both physically and spiritually placed here by highly intelligent beings who are skillfully steering our evolution and beliefs while watching us from afar, or not so afar whichever the case may be, or is there a master designer of any kind?

The Existence of a “Master Designer”

The universe has not always existed. It had a start; what caused that? Scientists have no explanation for the sudden explosion of light and matter…

Before I introduce the debate as to whether it was “God” or “Intelligent Beings” that created the earth, man and universe, I think it important to introduce the argument and give some good empirical evidence that we are just not here by happenstance as some in science would have us believe.  The complexity of our planet points to the fact that there is some kind of deliberate designer that not only created the universe we live in, but is also involved in sustaining it today.

There are hundreds of examples that can be given to show that a Master Designer was involved in not only our human creation, but in the creation of the universe and our earth as well. Here are just a handful of them to illustrate my point.

  1. The universe operates by uniform laws – There is no logical reason for a universe that obeys rules, let alone one that abides by the rules of mathematics and physics. Scientifically, the universe doesn’t have to behave this way.  It is not hard to imagine a universe that with its movement, billions of stars and unending debris, it would be acting unpredictably from instant to instant.  Much of life can seem uncertain, but the basic natural laws of the universe remain consistent.  For instance; the speed of light doesn’t change on earth or in galaxies far from us; for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction; energy changes form, but cannot be created or destroyed.  How is it that we can identify certain unchangeable laws but not give a logical explanation for them?

Richard Feynman, a Nobel Prize winner for quantum electrodynamics, said, “Why nature is mathematical is a mystery… The fact that there are rules at all is a kind of miracle.”

  1. The human brain – The brain simultaneously processes an exorbitant amount of information. Your brain takes in all the outside and inside information around you. All objects you see, their colors, the temperature, the sounds around you, texture of your touch and the pressure of your grip, the taste of your food and the smell associated with it.  In addition, the brain holds and processes all your thoughts, emotions, actions and memories. At the same time your brain keeps track of the ongoing functions of your body, like your breathing pattern, eyelid movement, hunger and movement of the muscles in your hands.

The human brain processes more than a million messages a second; the brain then weighs the importance of all this data, filtering out the relatively unimportant things allowing you to focus on what is important in the moment. The brain functions differently than other organs. There is an intelligence to it that allows it to work with every cell in your body giving you the ability to reason, to produce feelings, to dream, to take action, and relate to other people.

  1. The DNA code informs and programs a cell’s behavior – DNA is a three-billion-lettered program telling the cell to act in a certain way. It is a full instruction manual wherein there exists a very detailed instruction code. This code works much like a miniature computer program that is made up of ones and zeros. The way that the ones and zeros are arranged tell the computer program what to do. The DNA code in each of our cells is very similar. It is made up of four chemicals that scientists abbreviate as A, T, G, and C. These are arranged in the human cell like this: CGTGTGACTCGCTCCTGAT and so on. There are three billion of these letters in every human cell. Our cells work on a complex chemical structure and that code instructs every cell in a very detailed way exactly how a person’s body should develop.  Why is this so amazing?  Natural, biological causes are completely lacking as an explanation as far as why programmed information is involved in our DNA and cell structure. I believe you cannot find instruction and precise information like this, without someone intentionally being involved constructing it.
  1. The Size of the Earth – The Earth’s atmosphere holds a thin layer of mostly nitrogen and oxygen gases, only extending about 50 miles above the Earth’s surface. If it was much smaller, it wouldn’t be able to hold on to our precious atmosphere, but much larger and it might be a gas giant too hot for life. Earth is the only known planet equipped with an atmosphere of the right mixture of gases to sustain plant, animal and human life.
  1. The presence of our big brother planet, Jupiter – Scientists tell us that without Jupiter being right where it is in the Solar System blocking Earth from much of the incoming Debris, the Earth would have been pummeled into dust. The Earth still takes on the occasional hit, but it would be much worse without Jupiter helping to make the Earth a safe haven for life. Jupiter acts like a giant broom, sweeping the solar system of debris. Jupiter picks up rocks as small as cars and as huge as moons that could snuff out life on Earth in one fatal blow.
  1. The Earth is located just the right distance from the sun – The Earth encounters temperature swings of about minus 30 degrees Fahrenheit to plus 120 degrees Fahrenheit. If the Earth were any further away from the sun, we would all freeze and any closer we would all burn up. Even a fractional variance in the Earth’s position to the sun would make life on Earth impossible. The Earth remains this perfect distance from the sun while it rotates around the sun at a speed of nearly 67,000 mph. It is also rotating on its axis, allowing the entire surface of the Earth to be properly warmed and cooled every day.
  1. The Earth’s moon – The Moon is the perfect size and distance from the Earth for its gravitational pull. The moon creates important ocean tides and movement so ocean waters do not stagnate, and yet our massive oceans are restrained from spilling over across the continents through plate tectonics.
  1. Water – Earth is unique among planets in our solar system for having water in its liquid form at the surface, in an amount conducive to life evolving. “The most impressive attribute of the Earth is the existence and amount of liquid water on its surface,” said Geoffrey Marcy, an astronomer at the University of California, Berkeley who has helped discover dozens of extrasolar planets. No one knows why Earth has the exact amount of water it does, which is relatively small considering that water molecules outnumber silicate molecules in our galaxy. Marcy further said; “The Earth is remarkable for its precisely-tuned amount of water, not too much to cover the mountains, and not so little that it is a dry desert, as are Mars and Venus, our ‘sister’ planets,”

Additionally, water is colorless, odorless and without taste, and yet no living thing can survive without it.  Ninety-seven percent of the Earth’s water is in the oceans. However the system is designed to remove salt from the water in the form of evaporation and then distribute that water throughout the globe for vegetation, animals and people.

Plants, animals and human beings consist mostly of water (about two-thirds of the human body is water). Water has a wide range between freezing and boiling points allowing us to live in an environment of fluctuating temperature changes all the while keeping our bodies close to 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit.  All evidence as to why the characteristics of water are uniquely suited to life on the Earth.

Looking at even this small amount of evidence one can safely conclude that there is indeed a Master Designer behind the creation of the universe and of man.

God the Supreme Being

Why does it seem that we as humans have an almost unrelenting need to ‘know” God?  Even atheists spend an exorbitant amount of time trying to disprove the existence of a God: Evidence to me that they are thinking about God’s existence more than those who have chosen to believe in Gods existence.  There does seem to be an innate belief in most all of us that pushes us to believe in someone or something greater than ourselves, and that there is something beyond this life and the confines of this body.

C.S. Lewis once said, “…night after night, feeling whenever my mind lifted even for a second from my work, the steady, unrelenting approach of Him whom I so earnestly desired not to meet. I gave in, and admitted that God was God, and knelt and prayed: perhaps, that night, the most dejected and reluctant convert in all of England.”  Lewis went on to write a book titled, “Surprised by Joy” as a result of his coming to “know” God.

Though the previous section can be used to show evidence as to the existence of a deity who was the creator of all, science cannot directly detect God.  However, it can examine God’s creation. Let’s consider for a moment the non-physical concept of love. We all accept that love exists, although it cannot be directly measured by science. However, if we observe those who love each other, we can indirectly measure the effect of love on these individuals’ through their actions. For example, we might notice that they spend a lot of time together, they are constantly helping each other in various ways, and they come to each other’s defense when the other is threatened in some way. Although we cannot measure love or the amount of love directly, we can measure the indirect effects of love.  Likewise, although we cannot measure God directly, we can examine the universe to detect God’s imprint on our physical world.

Before we begin the exploration of God’s imprint upon man, I would like to pull from the internet a search for the definition of “God.”  I will only use the Noun versions of the definition for this paper and only pull the top three for the sake of space.

The Oxford Dictionary offers the following:

    1.  (In Christianity and other monotheistic religions) the creator and ruler of the universe and source of all moral authority; the supreme being.

synonyms: the Lord · the Almighty · the Creator · the Maker · the Godhead · Allah · Jehovah · Yahweh · (God) the Father · (God) the Son · the Holy Ghost/Spirit · the Holy Trinity · the Great Spirit · Gitchi Manitou · the Man Upstairs

    1. (In certain other religions) a superhuman being or spirit worshiped as having power over nature or human fortunes; a deity: “a moon god”

synonyms: deity · goddess · divine being · celestial being · divinity ·

    1. an adored, admired, or influential person.

Merriam-Webster Dictionary gives us:

  1. capitalized : the supreme or ultimate reality: as

a:  the Being perfect in power, wisdom, and goodness who is worshipped as creator and ruler of the universe

b:  Christian Science :  the incorporeal divine Principle ruling over all as eternal Spirit

c: Infinite Mind

  1. a being or object believed to have more than natural attributes and powers and to require human worship; specifically :  one controlling a particular aspect or part of reality
  2. a person or thing of supreme value
  3. a powerful ruler

And finally the most descriptive of the three.  Wikipedia offers this:

In monotheism and henotheism, God is conceived as the Supreme Being and principal object of faith.[1] The concept of God as described by theologians commonly includes the attributes of omniscience (infinite knowledge), omnipotence (unlimited power), omnipresence (present everywhere), omnibenevolence (perfect goodness), divine simplicity, and eternal and necessary existence. In theism, God is the creator and sustainer of the universe, while in deism, God is the creator, but not the sustainer, of the universe. Monotheism is the belief in the existence of one God or in the oneness of God. In pantheism, God is the universe itself. In atheism, God does not exist, while God is deemed unknown or unknowable within the context of agnosticism. God has also been conceived as being incorporeal (immaterial), a personal being, the source of all moral obligation, and the “greatest conceivable existent”.[1] Many notable medieval philosophers and modern philosophers have developed arguments for and against the existence of God.[2]

There are many names for God, and different names are attached to different cultural ideas about God’s identity and attributes. In the ancient Egyptian era of Atenism, possibly the earliest recorded monotheistic religion, this deity was called Aten,[3] premised on being the one “true” Supreme Being and Creator of the Universe.[4] In the Hebrew Bible and Judaism, “He Who Is,” “I Am that I Am“, and the tetragrammaton YHWH are used as names of God, while Yahweh and Jehovah are sometimes used in Christianity as vocalizations of YHWH. In Judaism, it is common to refer to God by the titular names Elohim or Adonai, the latter of which is believed by some scholars to descend from the Egyptian Aten.[5][6][7][8][9] In Islam, the name Allah, “Al-El,” or “Al-Elah” (“the God”) is used, while Muslims also have a multitude of titular names for God. In Hinduism, Brahman is often considered a monistic deity.[10] Other religions have names for God, for instance, Baha in the Bahá’í Faith,[11] Waheguru in Sikhism,[12] and Ahura Mazda in Zoroastrianism.[13]

With so many different ideas about God and all the competing claims as to what God’s characteristics and purpose for us as a human race are,  there is no wonder that there is wide spread confusion as to whom God truly is and our origin as a race.  When it comes to religious discussions I will usually refer to the religious philosophy of Perennialism.  Perennialism purports that each of the world’s religious traditions are sharing a single, universal theological understanding on which the foundation of all religious knowledge and doctrine has grown. All religions are then viewing God through different, overlapping concepts or mental images. Because of the nature of the question posed in this paper and the history of the person it came from, I believe the Christian view of God will be the best served in the confines of this particular argument.

According to Christianity, God is the self-existent One, having no need of being created, since He has existed forever and is the cause of all things, including the dimension of time, to which He is not subject. Likewise, God is not subject to the physical creation, but is spiritual in nature, residing in the spiritual dimensions of heaven. God’s power over the physical creation is absolute, such that God can manipulate matter, energy, space, and time at will. For this reason, God is said to be all powerful and able to accomplish any possible task He wills to do.

Along with being all powerful, God is also all knowing, having knowledge of all things that are possible to be known, including the entire history of the universe past, present, and future.  Because God is all powerful (omnipotent) and all knowing (omniscient), He is also able to be present at all places at all times (omnipresent). God is also all loving – according to the Bible, “God is love.” The love of God prompted Him to create human beings in His image, in order to share His love with us. The Christian scriptures say that we can fulfill the entire law of God by loving Him and loving our fellow human beings. God is absolutely holy without any moral or character defect.  In fact, the Bible says that God is incapable of doing any evil, despite being all powerful.  God is unchangeable. In other words, He does not change any of His attributes or character at any time- Despite humanity’s tendency to change its definition of morality.  God’s moral character does not evolve with the times, but remains constant.

For the age in which the books of the Bible were written, it makes some rather surprising claims regarding the nature of the universe and how it was created. For example, the Bible says that time was created by God when He created the universe. Stephen Hawking, George Ellis, and Roger Penrose extended the equations for general relativity to include space and time, demonstrating that time began at the formation of the universe.  One of the bigger claims of the Bible is to declare that the universe had a beginning through an expanding universe model (Big Bang Theory).  The New Testament declares that the visible creation was made from what was not visible and that dimensions of length, width and height were created by God. In addition, the Bible refuted steady-state theory (saying that the creation of matter and energy has ended) long before science made that determination. (Steady-state theory claims matter is being formed as the universe expands).  The Bible also states that the universe is subject to decay and will wear out.  The existence of the second law of thermodynamics, coupled with recent discoveries indicating that the universe is expanding at an increasing rate, with an insufficient amount of matter to stop that contraction, shows that the Bible is correct on this claim, also.

Besides these revelations about the nature of the universe, the Bible describes several properties of the earth that were not confirmed by science until hundreds of years after the Bible first made the claim. Examples include the claim that air has weight, the existence of valleys and vents on the bottom of the sea, ocean currents, and the fact that winds blow in circular paths. These are remarkable claims that could not have been directly observed by a bunch on nomadic sheep herders.  So where did this information come from?  The conclusion can be made that only God could have delivered this information to his messengers as they would not have had the knowledge or wherewithal to conjure up such information on their own.

Though the above paragraphs give us an inductive argument for the existence of God as one Supreme Being, it does not touch on empirical evidence in the existence in one Supreme God.  Christianity and Judaism assert that God intervened in key specific moments in history: While Adam and Eve lived in the Garden of Eden they communed with God; In Exodus, God appeared to Moses and in turn gave the Ten Commandments in front of all the tribes of Israel.

The New Testament asserts that there is sufficient historical evidence for Jesus Christ’s resurrection to support his claim to be the son of God and thus indicates God’s existence.

Islam asserts that the revelation of its holy book, the Qur’an, vindicates its divine authorship, and thus proves the existence of God.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, similarly asserts that the appearance of God, Jesus Christ and angels to Joseph Smith as well as others throughout the history of the Book of Mormon, thus establishing the existence of God.

Throughout all of the above writing and many other religious books, God has appeared to and intervened in man’s existence.  Many have also given testimony of God’s existence through personal transformation and experience, thus giving an argument from empirical evidence stemming from sheer number of these witnesses, thus demonstrating God’s existence.

I could go on with evidence of Gods existence from many testimonial accounts as well as countless religious document from a myriad of religious philosophies. However, whatever evidence is presented from any source, I still find it requires a measure of faith in order to conclude that we were placed her on earth by one Supreme God.

Intelligent Origin by Design

PhD in Metaphysics Madonna Saint Giovannino UFO

The painting above is titled “The Madonna with Saint Giovannino” and dates back to around the 15th century. The painting depicts the Virgin Mary in the foreground and in the background is a man looking up into the sky at an object that looks very similar to our modern day perception of a UFO.

This is not the only example of UFOs in ancient art. There are thousands of examples of deities and other objects in many paintings and drawings spanning the centuries. Strangely, the majority of these paintings and drawings depict these crafts in connection with spiritual figures or experiences. I believe this is because there is a literal connection between the spiritual and spacecraft or UFOs.

In the Old Testament, The Book of Ezekiel discusses an encounter with a strange flying object made of metal that took the shape of a wheel. Inside were four living creatures that looked like humans.

One of the few scholars able to read and interpret ancient Sumerian and Akkadian clay tablets, Zecharia Sitchin (1920-2010) based his bestselling books starting with The 12th Planet on texts from the ancient civilizations of the Near East. His books draw widespread interest and criticism, his controversial theories on the Anunnaki origins of humanity have been translated into more than 20 languages.  I use the bulk of his translations and ideas in this section because they ring true with me and because of his extensive published works.

I will start with the Sumerian writings in as much as they are earliest well recorded writings of the history of man.

Though Stichin’s interpretation of the tablets is not the only one available and all interpretations of the tablets differ in some degree, they all seem to agree upon the basic translation and differ mostly when it comes to exact dates/time frames or references to man or woman.  For example Stichin states that the Annunaki visited the Sumerian culture 500,000 years ago, while Laurence Gardner suggests it was 50,000 years ago.

Virtually all open-minded historical and theological scholars agree the Old Testament’s book of Genesis was extracted from the older Sumerian records, if only because of the similarity in their Comparative Religions.  The Enuma Elish, the Sumerian Epic of Creation, and the Book of Genesis have a variety of common elements.  Stories of a Great Flood and Deluge, among other stories, are also common to both Sumerian and Biblical accounts.  This gives one the conclusion that the Anunnaki were as real as Noah, Moses or Abraham.

Laurence Gardner has written:  “Every item of written and pictorial attestation confirms that the ancient Sumerians were absolutely sincere about the existence of the Anunnaki, and those such as Enki, Enlil, Nin-khursag and Inanna fulfilled earthly functions with designated community duties.  They were patrons and founders; they were teachers and justices; they were technologists and kingmakers.  They were jointly and severally venerated as archons and masters, but there were certainly not idols of religious worship as the ritualistic gods of subsequent cultures became.  In fact, the word which was eventually translated to become ‘worship’ was avod, which meant quite simply, ‘work’.  The Anunnaki presence may baffle historians, their language may confuse linguists and their advanced techniques may bewilder scientists, but to dismiss them is foolish.  The Sumerians have themselves told us precisely who the Anunnaki were, and neither history nor science can prove otherwise.”

The Sumerian records recorded in great detail the stories of the Anunnaki, and among these, that of Enki, Enlil, Ninki, Inanna, Utu, Ningishzida, Marduk, and many others.  Chief among these stories was the continuing conflict between Enki and Enlil, the sons of the supreme god of the time, Anu.  Much of ancient human history, and the Biblical Genesis, can be explained as the militant differences between these two half-brothers, and how they affected the life of all sentient beings on Earth.

The Anunnaki, depending upon the context, were the Nephilim, the gods that Abraham’s father, Terah, (according to the book of Joshua) was reputed to have served, the fallen angels, the lesser individuals of the race from which Anu, Enki, Enlil, Inanna and the other notables had sprung, and the “judges” over the question of life and death.  They were in fact the bene ha-elohim, which translates as “the sons of the gods”, or equally likely, “the sons of the goddesses.”

For example, from Psalm 82:  “Jehovah takes his stand at the Council of El to deliver judgment among the elohim.”  “You too are gods, sons of El Elyon, all of you.”

The Anunnaki have also been equated with the “Watchers” (who are also mentioned in the books of Daniel and Jubilees), i.e. “Behold a watcher and an holy one came down from heaven.” — Daniel 4:13

While Sitchin and Gardner may disagree with the extent of the long lives of the Anunnaki, it is clear that these gods and goddesses, barring accidents or “Anunnaki-cide”, lived a very long time.   However, the connection between humans and the Anunnaki is much more profound than that of masters and slaves.  Evidence strongly advocates the concept that Adam and Eve and their ancestors, cousins, and what-have-you were created by genetic engineering and mixing the DNA of Anunnaki with that of Homo erectus, the reigning predecessor of man at the time.  Fundamentally, this was because the Anunnaki needed someone to work the mines in search of gold and other Precious Metals.

If you look at the scientific record, about 30,000 years ago, something odd began to occur in the evolution of Homo sapiens: a new and different kind of modern human appeared almost magically and began evolving beside Neanderthal man in Europe and the Middle East.

The Saldanha Man of South Africa, the Montmaurin Man of France, the Rhodesian Man of Africa, and Neanderthal Man of Europe and the Middle East all existed generally during the early part of the upper Pleistocene era with the Neanderthal Man actually overlapping the appearance of Cro-Magnon Man of Europe after about 30,000 years ago.  According to Stichin and others, all were early genetic experiments of the Annanaki and their cohorts.  There is ample evidence to suggest that Neanderthal Man and Modern Man lived side by side even up to historic times in Europe, the Neanderthals having been interbred with Modern Man to the point that they are no longer recognizable as Neanderthals in much the same way that the Ainu have merged into the mainstream of modern Japanese ancestry.

Cro-Magnon Man seems to have emerged as a separate species of Homo sapiens and related sciences agree that in Earth’s recent history, Cro-Magnon Man underwent a change that is difficult to explain: He lost most of his body hair and he began walking completely upright. He developed layers of fat to help keep him warm and sweat glands to keep him cool. While scientists agree something happened to dramatically alter the human creature 30,000 to 10,000 years ago, leading him quite suddenly from a stone tool hunter—gatherer wandering furry semi-primate tree and cliff-dwelling society towards a monogamous-pair bonded-law-making-technologically oriented spaceward-looking society, they cannot, of course, agree on what the event was.

If you believe at least to some extent, as I do in the interpretation of the Sumerian documents by Sitchin and others, as well as the research into these and other documents by many other scholars, scientists and researchers, it is easy to surmise that we have in our past been genetically altered as a human species.  What I believe one must also surmise from studying these ancient documents paintings, writings and stories is that the same star beings that altered our DNA have also placed themselves here as gods and written and/or altered the historical storytelling to place or prove themselves as such. That is why so many paintings and documents are religious in nature.

If you look at the bible for instance it is easy to see that the Anunnaki were at play throughout the stories and writings found within.

The Bipolar God of the Bible

As I described in some detail in the previous section the Sumerian tablets named many ‘deities’ such as, Enki, Enlil, Ninki, Inanna, Utu, Ningishzida and Marduk to name a few.  Though I do believe that some of these are separate beings, it stands to reason the some of them became a composite of the God of the Bible.  Enlil and Enki, the half-brothers, fought over territory and exactly how we as humans should be manipulated and used.  Enki was kinder and wanted to have us evolve more on our own and not affect our DNA in a manner to make us only three-dimensional beings.  It is theorized that our unused DNA strands or what science calls our ‘junk DNA’ are the missing strands that make us higher dimensional beings. When we see Enki as ‘God’ in the bible we see a mellower God.  However, he is still someone to be worshiped.  Enki seems to only show up when he had something on his mind he wanted people to know or do.

On the other hand the half-brother to Enki, Enlil wanted us very much to be and stay three-dimensional beings.  He was the God of wrath in the Bible whom we all fear. He is the God that told Abraham to kill his son Isaac to prove his devotion to ‘God’ and then stopped him at the last moment.  Enlil was also the one that forced his chosen people to walk for decades in the desert to find the ‘Holy Land’.  He also gave Moses the 10 Commandments telling him to place no other gods beside him.  Thus he became known as the ‘Jealous God’

Enlil or Anu as ‘God’ told Joshua to trumpet down the Walls of Jericho and kill everyone within the city, including every man, woman and child.  He is the same god that destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah. In the Bible he often orders his ‘chosen people’ to go out and kill in his name, when it clearly states in the 10 Commandments that “Ye Shall Kill.”  Why then is it ok to do so when it is ordered by a ‘divine’ being.  Many Christian defenders will tell you they were all evil or it is better for one man or several men to perish than a whole group of to dwindle in unbelief.  So all the children were evil?  A whole city or nation is going to run around in disbelief?  They are totally incapable of learning or evolving?  Think about how silly that really is… Ludicrous.

From the few paragraphs above it is easy to see where I am going with this.  The Judeo-Christian God is Bipolar.  Actually the reader who understands can see just how screwed up our religions are and how much harm they have done to humanity.  Not just Judaism or Christianity, but all major religions are obstacles to humanity’s progress.

My purpose is not aimed at sacreligious. I only speak to say it is crazy to me that so many people still believe that this is how God should be. Who would seriously want to believe a God like this?    Believing in a God like this is living in constant fear that God will have a bipolar moment and destroy you or send you to a burning hell just because.

I was once told that a person cannot be told the truth and convinced of it, rather if you are on a spiritual path of awareness you will feel the truth and extract it from the lies and evil teachings.  It is time to expose this evil agenda for what it is.  People need to wake up and look at the world of abundance and wonder we live in.  They need to see a whole new spiritual reality where there is no ‘God’ who controls or manipulates their life or destiny.  We are the only ones in control of our life. We are individuals all connected through source who are here to experience and explore the universe and bring those experiences back to Mother Source where we can learn and grow.

The truth is everywhere.  The internet and books and lectures are filled with overwhelming evidence of the deception of major religions and their ties to the Star Beings many still worship as Gods.  As long as we do that, we continue to build the trap around us and are doomed. Are they willing to break the ‘Godspell” (a term from author and researcher Neil Freer)?  There is no longer an excuse for not knowing the truth.  The proof is out there and in your hearts.  It is merely a matter of people being willing to change their conditioning.  It is time to break the Godspell.  The world is at a point that it cannot evolve until the religious epidemic that has caused so much misery, slavery, pain, killing, judgment, and suffering for thousands of years is eradicated and the truth of oneself is revealed in a new world of spirituality and peace.

The Beginning & the End

Dr. Bordon of the Life Physics Group of California suggests that life, instead of starting out as a natural evolutionary process on a planet, instead is seeded by cosmic beings. In his essay, “The LINK”, he brings up this subject quite substantially. Still, he is certainly not the only modern scientist who has started to realize that this is the case.  Fred Hoyle, in his time, and some before him, already touched on this.  Dr. Bordon proposes there is evidence that life in its higher forms is seeded from outside and that they depend on genetic programs which come from space.  He agrees with Brig Klyce, who says,It is a wholly scientific, testable theory for which evidence is accumulating”.  In metaphysics, this is a widespread and most common subject.

What many people may not know is that the latest research says that the Milky Way Galaxy, of which the Sun and the solar system are parts, is nearly as old as the universe itself. By today’s measure, our current cycle of the universe is 13.7 billion years old, and our galaxy was formed just shortly thereafter, around 13.6 billion years ago.  Our Sun and solar system were then created around 4.6 billion years ago.  I say this just to put creation in some perspective, and to get you to think about that us humans, as Homo sapiens have only existed for about 400,000 years, shows we are a pretty young species comparatively.

Wes Penre in his research papers on this subject tells us that in the original solar system there was no Earth. Instead, in an orbit between Mars and Jupiter, there was a planet much bigger than Earth, orbiting the Sun.  In mythology and literature, this planet goes under many names, Maldek, and Tiamat are two of them.

Zecharia Sitchin, in his translation of the Sumerian tablets wrote “The Earth Chronicles” series about the Anunnaki, an alien race who came down to Earth some 450,000 years ago and later on created the current Homo sapiens (us), in the chronicles says that Tiamat was destroyed about 4.5 billion years ago, shortly after the solar system was created. However, In the Ra Material, where Tiamat is called Maldek, it states that this planet was inhabited by intelligent beings who even had built an Atlantis-like civilization before it was destroyed about 500,000 years ago. This corresponds pretty well with the Hopi/Apache Native American Robert Morning Sky’s research which resulted in the “Terra Papers.” What Morning Sky, Sitchin and the Ra Material have in common is that Tiamat/Maldek was the planet between Mars and Jupiter which was destroyed. According to Sitchin, it was destroyed because an outside celestial body hit it and split it in half], while the Ra Material and Morning Sky say it was destroyed by warfare. The Pleiadians tend to agree with Ra in this matter.

The reason for my bringing this up is that I want to show the reader evidence that there was human life forms and civilization on the planet long before Anu and the Anunnaki showed up on earth and the Samarian tablets were written.  Additionally, if the planet that was then called Tiamut/Maldek became a smaller version of itself as earth because of warfare, then who really were the Anunnaki and what is/was their mission.  However, I bring this later point up just to provoke thought as this is a subject for another paper.

The Kingdom of Heaven is Within

“The kingdom of heaven is within you; and whosoever shall know himself shall find it.”   Egyptian proverb

Dr. Jay Alfred, who is one of the forerunners when it comes to Dark Matter and Dark Energy tells us that the Native American peoples have referred to the network of currents on Earth as the “Spider Woman’s Web.  Some consider Earth as a living being; and like human beings the Earth has meridians (filaments) and chakras (vortexes).  When the ley lines (or filaments) cross they “pinch,” collapsing to form nodes with intense magnetic fields, which give rise to vortexes (or chakras) within our planet as charged super particles (such as qi, prana and kundalini) rush in using helical or spiral paths. Depending on the direction of spin, vortexes can either absorb or emit energy.

Scientists have created a virtual universe in a supercomputer and made the same observation. Instead of looking at the Universe in the form of galaxies, apart from each other or clusters of galaxies grouped together in all infinity, we can see that the Universe is actually a filament of a myriad of super clusters of galaxies linked together in what looks like a spider web, lighting up the Universe.  They look at it as a gigantic “sponge,” but if we connect the super clusters with each other, we get a spider web.

Wes Penre observes. “Doesn’t it (the spider web) somehow look like a brain, as well, with neurons connecting? Perhaps like a part of the brain of the Goddess on a pure metaphysical level?  These lines of thoughts also coincide with what we’ve discussed—that Mother Gaia (Earth) is a manifestation of the Goddess as well, and is a miniature of the Universe, just like we humans are, too, with our brains, neurological setup, arteries, and veins.” (Wes Penre in his research reasons that the Goddess is Source and is who originally seeded earth long before the Anunnaki were said to be here.)

Many may ponder over where the beginning starts and the end ends, or if they are just part of the same eternal circle.  None know what is the end of the Universe or if there even is one. The Universe, like most things in nature, may revitalizes itself over and over and continuously reset, similar to how nature cycles with the seasons.  Either way, it is all part of the Creation.  Wes Penre again observes. “Not even the End can be an end if it were not considered, pondered, and created.”

I want to end this story where I started, by pondering the Universe and what is therein and our place in it.  It is mind boggling for me to realize that you and I are just two small specks in the cosmos, and at the same time, we are the cosmos. It is a dichotomy, but perhaps when we understand that everything is dichotomies, we start to grasp the very first thing about ourselves and the Multi-verse we exist in as both physical and spiritual beings.

Whatever the truth is, it is not of great importance when it comes to our human spirit.  No matter what may or may not have been done to manipulate our DNA, our birthright as the guardians of the living library (Earth) is within each of us.  We are not this body we see before us, but rather an amazing light energy burning within and without. This energy cannot be destroyed and is the truth of who we really are.  It can only be discovered by taking your own spiritual journey within.

We should never stop dreaming—our planet needs more dreamers—a lot more dreamers who can visualize a future of peace, without violence, without fear, without terror or hidden knowledge.  We need those who can dream up a world where everybody has equal value and is accepted for his or her unique self.  Let’s all begin to dream a world where we all understand that all of us, without exceptions, have something to contribute to the whole, and that this is our purpose.  Let’s start doing things we are proud of in the field where our passion, or passions, lie and begin creating. Have fun, be together, love each other, make love, and enjoy life. Life is supposed to be extraordinary, joyful, and playful.  Don’t make life too serious. When we do, we must rethink- because we’re doing something wrong.  When we begin to change the dream that we have been placed in, our world begins to change dramatically and we win the ethereal battle that has raged on for thousands of years.

There is a great shift in the Earth’s energy.  It is the responsibility of each person at this time to begin the journey inwardly to find the answers they seek. There is no government, religion or any other group that can give you what you truly seek and/or need.  To continue to follow any group on the outside and not immediately begin your inward journey will certainly bring you only destruction and pain.  The inward journey of self will bring you clarity, repair your DNA and bring awareness never seen before in the recorded history of man. We are told that it only takes about 3% of us moving in a new direction to change the direction of the collective whole. Take this path inward and you will find true peace, love and abundance.  It is your birthright.

The beginning…

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John 1: 1-3

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Titus 1:2

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Isaiah 40: 22

Job 28: 25, 38: 16

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Matthew 22: 37-40

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