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The Game of Existence

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1 "We’ve reached the point as a species where we are able to consciously evolve, be it as an individual or as a collective. We can observe a kind of evolution that occurs not so much biologically, but in higher refinement of the memetic faculty, which flows on down through to the body. The will of the individual dictates its biological modus operandi.
2 "God put humans at the center of existence. The great human drama is all that ever happens in the cosmos. There is nothing more powerful than humans in all creation except for God.
3 "Reality is a co-creation between humanity and God. When humanity all think the same thing together at the same time, it will have greater control to affect the fabric of reality.
4 "When conscious evolution causes us to perceive the flow of time as going backwards and the magnetic poles flip, then we'll have curved back around the other side of the lemniscate-shaped mobius strip of spacetime and we'll be going back through history, doing it all again, only in reverse; ironing out the crinkles in history, until we finally get it all right and get to experience the ultimate ecstasy at the absolute limit of how good being a human being can actually be. One perfect life that is just sitting there at the end, awaiting for the Christ to come along and occupy the greatest position of any single person in history.
5 "So precisely perfect that it makes up for every bit of sorrow and hurt and anger and pain that came before. One immortal life that flickers in and out of consciousness, remembering and forgetting itself, until finally, right at the end, absolutely all energy connects back together into a unit in the center, and we're all there in the amalgamated totality of consciousness in the universe, experiencing the sublime perfection of One.
6 "And we thought, 'The whole thing had been so excellent,' at the zenith of the game of life, 'Having a body and living in the Kingdom and being human,' that once you’ve known it and lived it in the knowledge of who and what you really are, the whole thing is so utterly fantastic that it completely slipped our minds when we drank the blood from the cup and ended the game of existence, only to wake back up again in the folds between time, where there is no time nor space, there is only us;
7 "The collective consciousness of the universe, all together experiencing everything as one, standing there, and all that's left apart from us is all the excess alternative possibilities of the universe, all the bits of cancer that we've risen above, they're still there, saying, “No, it’s not all just you, without us, there is no you!” and runs away, looking for another time, another place, another chance to exist.
8 "But even as it scurried out of the arena and disappeared to try and find another way, we knew, 'There is no other.”
 
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1 "We’ve reached the point as a species where we are able to consciously evolve, be it as an individual or as a collective. We can observe a kind of evolution that occurs not so much biologically, but in higher refinement of the memetic faculty, which flows on down through to the body. The will of the individual dictates its biological modus operandi.
2 "God put humans at the center of existence. The great human drama is all that ever happens in the cosmos. There is nothing more powerful than humans in all creation except for God.
3 "Reality is a co-creation between humanity and God. When humanity all think the same thing together at the same time, it will have greater control to affect the fabric of reality.
4 "When conscious evolution causes us to perceive the flow of time as going backwards and the magnetic poles flip, then we'll have curved back around the other side of the lemniscate-shaped mobius strip of spacetime and we'll be going back through history, doing it all again, only in reverse; ironing out the crinkles in history, until we finally get it all right and get to experience the ultimate ecstasy at the absolute limit of how good being a human being can actually be. One perfect life that is just sitting there at the end, awaiting for the Christ to come along and occupy the greatest position of any single person in history.
5 "So precisely perfect that it makes up for every bit of sorrow and hurt and anger and pain that came before. One immortal life that flickers in and out of consciousness, remembering and forgetting itself, until finally, right at the end, absolutely all energy connects back together into a unit in the center, and we're all there in the amalgamated totality of consciousness in the universe, experiencing the sublime perfection of One.
6 "And we thought, 'The whole thing had been so excellent,' at the zenith of the game of life, 'Having a body and living in the Kingdom and being human,' that once you’ve known it and lived it in the knowledge of who and what you really are, the whole thing is so utterly fantastic that it completely slipped our minds when we drank the blood from the cup and ended the game of existence, only to wake back up again in the folds between time, where there is no time nor space, there is only us;
7 "The collective consciousness of the universe, all together experiencing everything as one, standing there, and all that's left apart from us is all the excess alternative possibilities of the universe, all the bits of cancer that we've risen above, they're still there, saying, “No, it’s not all just you, without us, there is no you!” and runs away, looking for another time, another place, another chance to exist.
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Interesting...Some of this is close enough to the truth to confuse the unwary into believing it, and the rest is simply Hindu philosophy Not what the bible says at all...
 

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