Gaining in popularity is creationism, and the scientific intelligent design theory. A scientific theory well respected and taught at school in America.
As society grows more atheistic, and void of moralistic backbones: Many are seeking spiritual answers, and codes of morale.
The discoveries of dark-matter which according to super–string-theory science, constituting 91% of the universe, has led many a scientist to ask: Are we living in a multidimensional universe?
Is reality closer to the ancient Norse traditions, where we have a tree of life symbolizing the multidimensional? As far as history knows: The Norse were well ahead of any religion when it came to metaphysics, as discovered in Marie Kvilhaug`s books.
But is the world only 6700 years old as according to traditional Christian creationism, and the the Jewish calendar? Of course not. If you have read any other of my books, you will understand that astrology, and mythological retellings of an extra-terrestrial, angelic, or non-human race of arguably giants played a huge part in the creation of religion and myth. The Israelites were the people who fought these, and today we will fight the Sampson of modern day: The grand irrefutable atheism of the scientific establishment.
Creationism is the religious belief that the universe and life originated “from specific acts of divine creation”, as opposed to the scientific conclusion that they came about through natural processes.
The first use of the term “creationist” is found in an 1856 letter of Charles Darwin describing those who objected on religious grounds to the then emerging science of evolution. So you might say it`s a negative term.
And we`ll discover that science is on ¨creationist¨ side, making us all ¨scientists.¨
We just don`t know it yet.
Creationism covers a spectrum of views including evolutionary creationism, a theological variant of theistic evolution which asserts that both evolutionary science and a belief in creation can be true.
We will discover that evolution started through a source-field, or tachyon field. An unmeasurable, etheric, or spiritual field, and that this field might very well be the super-conscience we all live in, popularily called God, or more accuratly the ¨pan-theo¨, or ¨the all¨.
This field theoretically substitutes Einsteinian physics, and the four forces of physics, namely electromagnetism, gravity, the weak nuclear force, and the strong nuclear force, according to investigative author David Wilcock who claims there is a false-physics conspiracy movement by masonic pseudo-scientists meant to undermine the factual evidence of evolutionary creationism, that is, evolution through the source-field.
Literal creationists base their beliefs on a fundamentalist reading of religious texts, including the creation myths found in Genesis and the Quran.
I personally know many young Earth creationists who believe the Grand Canyon was formed by the Noahic flood, etc, but this cannot be taken seriously, as fossil records alone show proof the Earth IS very old.
I believe that evolution cannot adequately account for the history, diversity, and complexity of life on Earth. Only evolution through an intelligent source-field`s bion bio-genesis can, and will account for the complexity, beauty, and diversity of life, in future school-books.
It is the age-old debate. Is there a creator? Is there a spiritual reality? How did we come here?
Intelligent design is also called teleology. Teleology means goal-oriented and argues that everything has a purpose. Ontology however, is a branch of philosophy. It is the study of being i.e ¨what makes an object, what is it made of, what is it made for etc¨
The most known teleological argument is the watchmaker analogy or watchmaker argument which states, by way of an analogy, that a design implies a designer. Sir Isaac Newton upheld “that the physical laws he had uncovered revealed the mechanical perfection of the workings of the universe to be akin to a watch, wherein the watchmaker is God.” The watchmaker argument was first asked by british apologetic William Paley; ¨If you were walking through the woods and found a watch. Would you ask yourself if the watch appeared by itself, or that it was put there by intelligent design? Would you marvel at the complexity of the integrating parts of the watch which fulfils it`s purpose, or would you see no purpose at all? Would you look at the neighbouring flower, and ask the same questions?¨
So teleology basically argues that ¨every design has a designer. ¨
This book is written as a response to the book ¨The God Delusion¨ by British professor, and world-renowned atheist Richard Dawkins. Dawkins mention the ¨five ways of Aquinas¨ which we will discover here. We discovered teleological arguments. But are there philosophical arguments for the existence of God as well?
Ontological philosophy for God.
An ontological argument is a philosophical argument for the existence of God that uses ontology (the study of being). The first ontological argument in the Western Christian tradition was proposed by Anselm of Canterbury in his 1078 work Proslogion. Anselm defined God as “that than which nothing greater can be thought» and argued that this being must exist in the mind, even in the mind of the person who denies the existence of God. He suggested that, if the greatest possible being exists in the mind, it must also exist in reality. If it only exists in the mind, then an even greater being must be possible—one which exists both in the mind and in reality. (Doesn`t make sense ey?) Therefore, this greatest possible being must exist in reality. Seventeenth-century French philosopher René Descartes deployed a similar argument. Descartes published several variations of his argument, each of which centred on the idea that God’s existence is immediately inferable from a “clear and distinct” idea of a supremely perfect being.
Ok. Let me explain this. Anselm`s argument ties into relativism. Reality is relative to the observer, in this Matrix universe. If a concept exists in your mind, it is relatively speaking: Real. Or at least real enough for you to believe it. I therefore argue that: The concept of 1, the concept of unity, (which I refer to as the superconscience) must exist! We will discover that science shows all are in fact part of this unity which exists as an intelligent, omnipresent superconscience field of physics.
Thomas Aquinas five ways (ontology)
Thomas Aquinas was a Christian philosopher who discovered five irrefutable arguments to why God exists. A philosophical argument as to why God exists is called an ontological argument.
First argument: The Argument of the unmoved mover.
We can see some things are changing in the world. Whatever is changing is being changed by something else. If that by which it is changing is itself changed, then it too is being changed by something else, but this chain cannot be infinitely long, so there must be something that causes change without itself changing, namely God.
Second argument: The Argument of the first cause.
This is a world where things are caused. But it is not possible for something to be the cause of itself because this would assume that the thing being caused exists prior to itself, which is a contradiction. If that by which it is caused is itself caused, then it too must have a cause, but this cannot be an infinitely long chain. There must be a cause which is not itself caused by anything further. This must be God.
Third argument: The Argument from contingency.
We all have to agree that there are some things that are possible to be, and others that can not be, perishable things. If everything were contingent, or perishable, and thus capable of going out of existence, then, given infinite time, this possibility would be realized, and nothing would exist now. This is a so-called philosophical absolute.
But things clearly do exist now. Therefore, there must be something that is imperishable: a necessary being. This, everyone understands to be God.
Fourth argument: The Argument from degree.
I see things in this world that vary in degrees of truth, goodness, and nobility. A heallthy animal is better than a sick animal. A well-drawn circle is better than a poorly drawn one. But judging something as being “more” or “less” implies some standard against which it is being judged. Therefore, there is something which is goodness itself, and this everyone understands to be God.
(I will leave out my one-page long elaboration I wrote)
Fifth argument: The Argument from final cause or ends.
We see various non-sentient, and non intelligent objects in the world behaving in regular ways, like for instance a computer. This cannot be due to chance since then they would not behave with predictable results. Everything is set in motion by something. But it cannot be set by themselves since they are non-intelligent and have no notion of how to set behavior. And I, who made a computer, must be set in motion by something even greater, and the list continues until we reach God, the primordial, and eternal one. All mechanical behavior, and physical laws must be set in motion by something eternal that MUST also be intelligent. This must be God.
This is also known as the Teleological Argument of the “Cosmic Watchmaker” we discovered.
The Fifth Way uses Aristotle’s final cause.
Aristotle argued that a complete explanation of an object will involve knowledge of how it came to be (efficient cause), what material it consists of (material cause), how that material is structured (formal cause), and the specific behaviors associated with the type of thing it is (final cause).
The concept of final causes involves the concept of dispositions, use, or “ends”: a specific goal or aim. For example, seeds regularly develop into trees but never into whales. The tree is the “end” towards which the acorn “points,” its disposition, even if it fails to achieve maturity, which is sex.
The aims and goals of intelligent beings, and sentient life is sex. This must have been set in motion by someone, or something.
The implication is that if something has a goal or end towards which it strives, it is because something intelligent is guiding it. Which is?
The Source-Field, the tachyon field, the Ether of the Greeks, Spirit, or Orgone, that investigative author David Wilcock, late Dr. Wilhelm Reich, and Dr. DeMeo proofs exists prior to all life, prior to all forces of physics, creating all, and setting all in motion.
We`ve now scratched the surface of the branches of creationism, intelligent design and ontology. I would believe in God/Source/Brahman but am not fully convinced.