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Message Subject A journal of these Alien/ET related events that have unfolded in my life
Poster Handle Sir France's Beercan
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I love your posts Sept man. can you answer me please.. Do you believe in a God as in a source or origin, a god as in the biblical definition so anthropomorphisised, and human formed in the man's eye or as an infinite something and just a word to describe the indescribable...or something else?
 Quoting: Sir France's Beercan

Hello Sir Beercan.

I think IT is a source. That we are all part of what god is. I wholly do not think that God is some bearded fellow passing judgment on us mortals.

We are all these little sparks of divinity within an infinite soup of embodied imagination. Right on with your "just a word to describe the indescribable". I think different areas of the universe (different galaxies, etc) have different forms of sentient life that we would no recognize and could not even imagine. All existing as a part of Source (god). We arise from it. We are 'formed' by a localized version of it within this spiral arm of our galaxy, and infused with 'spirit'/consciousness to allow us to experience what it 'feels' like to be embodied in biology and sensory perception, the Holy Grail being to be fully conscious of our eternal selves while still embodied within our meat bags.

One saying of mine that I like to share in trying to get these ideas across is: Even God has a God.
 Quoting: Septenary Man

Marvellous words, thank you for your insight :-)
 Quoting: Sir France's Beercan

 Quoting: Septenary Man

So i have one more question and that's the essence of infinity. Where in the scheme of things does our perception of god, whatever it may be, fit into infinity, where there are no edges to anything and as such everything is indefinable?
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