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If the creation of mankind was an experiment by the gods....

 
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If the creation of mankind was an experiment by the gods....
Then they (it is said) know the outcome of mankind. Even we as mankind ourselves barely know of our own outcome. Wars.

Extermination of mankind. Maybe the people of the world believe in some higher power than themselves and the world is doomed to experience the end of times...when jesus returns, through the clouds in the sky....bigger than life, and all will fall to their knees before him...

Then a great time will happen on the earth for 2000 years, man will live as though heaven on earth, before the great ascension, when all people miraculously fly up in the sky, and those first to go will be those who are already dead in their graves and crypts...they (their bodies) will rise up and ascend to heaven, and all those god fearing and believing people will fly up in the sky to heaven.

If mankind IS an experiment of the gods, or god, and god KNOWS all, see's all, then god knows the outcome of mankinds time on this earth. He knew what would happen, when man went the wrong way and ate the apple, that a woman tempted him with, from a snake slithering around a magical tree, that held the mysteries of good and evil.

Then GOD KNOWS the answer already. Why would god experiment, if god knows the outcome? Whats the point? I don't see it.
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Re: If the creation of mankind was an experiment by the gods....
Then GOD KNOWS the answer already. Why would god experiment, if god knows the outcome? Whats the point? I don't see it.
 Quoting: Spiral Light



pretty sure we were created as a slave race, and just because something is apparent in all things doesnt mean its responcible for the creation of.
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Re: If the creation of mankind was an experiment by the gods....
Then GOD KNOWS the answer already. Why would god experiment, if god knows the outcome? Whats the point? I don't see it.



pretty sure we were created as a slave race, and just because something is apparent in all things doesnt mean its responcible for the creation of.
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do you mean that God is in all things, yet is not responsible for creating it?
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Re: If the creation of mankind was an experiment by the gods....
Imho, man ain't an experiment.

Man is rather an expression of the phenomenon called life.
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Re: If the creation of mankind was an experiment by the gods....
Mankind is an experiment. We are containers for knowledge. We were created for gold mining. Gold represents two things: physical treasure, and knowledge.
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Re: If the creation of mankind was an experiment by the gods....
Imho, man ain't an experiment.

Man is rather an expression of the phenomenon called life.
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an experiment practice...

"PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT"
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Re: If the creation of mankind was an experiment by the gods....
Let's see it this way : not mankind is the experiment, but life is.
Mankind is merely an evolutionary curiosity in the experiment of life.
Maybe the God(s) did experiment with life to see where they came from...

"All Knowing" is rather relative : put a genius of our time in the Middle Ages and he'll be seen as a kind of a God. "All Knowing" means : knowing a lot more than we do. Someone who, from our perspective, is all knowing, will still have, in his own perspective, questions on which he wants answers. And maybe "life as we know it" is just one of those experiments to get answers.
Also take into account that we cannot see any further than the boundaries of our own universe. Most common theory is that it originates from the big bang. But what caused the big bang. What was outside of the singularity which exploded? Nobody knows for sure.
In extremis, the singularity which did go big bang migt be a singularity somewhere in a labo of what we call "the Gods"...

You can call me crazy if you want to :-D
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Re: If the creation of mankind was an experiment by the gods....
Let's see it this way : not mankind is the experiment, but life is.
Mankind is merely an evolutionary curiosity in the experiment of life.
Maybe the God(s) did experiment with life to see where they came from...

"All Knowing" is rather relative : put a genius of our time in the Middle Ages and he'll be seen as a kind of a God. "All Knowing" means : knowing a lot more than we do. Someone who, from our perspective, is all knowing, will still have, in his own perspective, questions on which he wants answers. And maybe "life as we know it" is just one of those experiments to get answers.
Also take into account that we cannot see any further than the boundaries of our own universe. Most common theory is that it originates from the big bang. But what caused the big bang. What was outside of the singularity which exploded? Nobody knows for sure.
In extremis, the singularity which did go big bang migt be a singularity somewhere in a labo of what we call "the Gods"...

You can call me crazy if you want to :-D
 Quoting: BuRn 775733


Why would you want to subscribe to that idea? That were just a part of some experiment-gone-wrong?

Also, isn't an experiment something that can either prove be right or wrong? I see man rather like a boat sailing in uncharted waters, but always sailing forward, evolving, upgrading, inventing, constantly adapting and so forth.

If were an experiment, does that mean were supposed to END in some kind of conclusion?
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Re: If the creation of mankind was an experiment by the gods....
Let's see it this way : not mankind is the experiment, but life is.
Mankind is merely an evolutionary curiosity in the experiment of life.
Maybe the God(s) did experiment with life to see where they came from...

"All Knowing" is rather relative : put a genius of our time in the Middle Ages and he'll be seen as a kind of a God. "All Knowing" means : knowing a lot more than we do. Someone who, from our perspective, is all knowing, will still have, in his own perspective, questions on which he wants answers. And maybe "life as we know it" is just one of those experiments to get answers.
Also take into account that we cannot see any further than the boundaries of our own universe. Most common theory is that it originates from the big bang. But what caused the big bang. What was outside of the singularity which exploded? Nobody knows for sure.
In extremis, the singularity which did go big bang migt be a singularity somewhere in a labo of what we call "the Gods"...

You can call me crazy if you want to :-D


Why would you want to subscribe to that idea? That were just a part of some experiment-gone-wrong?

Also, isn't an experiment something that can either prove be right or wrong? I see man rather like a boat sailing in uncharted waters, but always sailing forward, evolving, upgrading, inventing, constantly adapting and so forth.

If were an experiment, does that mean were supposed to END in some kind of conclusion?
 Quoting: Harmonics




My questions, exactly!
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Re: If the creation of mankind was an experiment by the gods....
My questions, exactly!
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I the defense of those who believe we are an experiment i can tell you that an experiment can't know it's an experiment or the end result will be compromised. Thus, if we are an experiment we would be designed in such a way that the truth of our existence can't be known to us.

And even if we were to find out that we are an experiment, would anything change? Would mankind rise to the occasion and unite against our evil overlords, our gods that play with us and our existential questions?

Why subscribe to that idea? what's the benefit?
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Re: If the creation of mankind was an experiment by the gods....
Then they (it is said) know the outcome of mankind. Even we as mankind ourselves barely know of our own outcome. Wars.

Extermination of mankind. Maybe the people of the world believe in some higher power than themselves and the world is doomed to experience the end of times...when jesus returns, through the clouds in the sky....bigger than life, and all will fall to their knees before him...

Then a great time will happen on the earth for 2000 years, man will live as though heaven on earth, before the great ascension, when all people miraculously fly up in the sky, and those first to go will be those who are already dead in their graves and crypts...they (their bodies) will rise up and ascend to heaven, and all those god fearing and believing people will fly up in the sky to heaven.

If mankind IS an experiment of the gods, or god, and god KNOWS all, see's all, then god knows the outcome of mankinds time on this earth. He knew what would happen, when man went the wrong way and ate the apple, that a woman tempted him with, from a snake slithering around a magical tree, that held the mysteries of good and evil.

Then GOD KNOWS the answer already. Why would god experiment, if god knows the outcome? Whats the point? I don't see it.
 Quoting: Spiral Light

alien03 Only The Supreme Father Knows. I, 'One Who Sees', see it, be experiments, be tests, be success/wise, be loss/stupid/waste. THE POINT: BE FOR BAAL! (or) BE FOR GOD! YOU CAN'T SERVE BOTH. (Message Ends)
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Re: If the creation of mankind was an experiment by the gods....
You cannot have a God who is all-knowing, all-powerful and omnipresent. This is against logic. Either there is too much idolatry or it could be an indirect way of expressing their own ego through the image they call god.
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Re: If the creation of mankind was an experiment by the gods....
To actually experience life.

Limitations. Something that God hadn't experienced before

Cuz he's God, after all...



I think he's lived enough; now he gets it.



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