Third Eyes Open

Heaven Is A State Of Consciousness

Egregious Imperfections

The Sun of Righteousness

 

The Sun of righteousness arise with healing in his wings Malachi 4:2 (KJV)

 

“If we go back to the beginning, we shall find that ignorance and fear created the gods; that fancy, enthusiasm, or deceit adorned them; that weakness worships them; that credulity preserves them and  that custom, respect and tyranny support them in order to make the blindness of men serve their own interests. If the ignorance of nature  gave birth to gods, the knowledge of nature is calculated to  destroy  them.” -Baron D’Holbach (1723-1789)

Egregious Imperfections

Grant that there’s an abundance of religious organizations here on Mother Earth that has their concept and beliefs of the existence of a God. Of course, I haven’t had the pleasure of coming in contact with every religious organization on a personal basis, although I would welcome any opportunity to obtain a better understanding of their practices. People, myself included, have the right to worship as they please, as long as it’s on an individual basis. However, in my most humble and honest opinion, people, myself included, do not have a right to impose their beliefs on others!

From my perspective, If I permit a religious organization to persuade me to acquiesce to faith and beliefs in the existence of their God; and ignore the facts, logic, and reasons that clearly proves their God can’t possibly exist; at this very moment, the opinions, concepts, and way of life of that particular religious organization becomes the reality in which I view not only myself, but how I view the world for which I live in, and how I view people who don’t adhere to the same faith and beliefs as I do. I no longer think for myself, I’m allowing my religious organization to think for me from this point on.

To be honest and truthful, I comply with the wisdom, knowledge, and teachings of my parents, the Ancient Ethiopian Cushites/Egyptians, I honor, venerate and pay homage them as Gods and Goddesses first and foremost. I also visualize the Sun as a form of God, the sustainer of all life on Mother Earth. Mother Earth orbits the sun and therefore is dependent upon the life-giving rays of the sun for the survival of her inhabitants. Without the life-giving rays of the sun, all life on Mother Earth would cease to exist within two months time, three at the very most. All life on Mother Earth either directly or indirectly depends on the life-giving rays of the sun: this is a fact, not faith and beliefs.

No one can have any doubts or deny the sun’s existence. When we awaken from our sleep, the sun is there to greet us. All living organisms see, (excluding the blind), feel the presence of, and experience the existence of the sun every day. This is also a fact, not faith and beliefs.

.         In conjunction with the aforementioned, I can also visualize an invisible God, just as most religious organizations as well. Air!* Air is also a form of God for me. No, we can’t naturally see air, but we intuitively know it exists due to the fact we feel and inhale it.

* With the aid of technology and machines, it’s possible to see air.

We can’t live without air and therefore, air is also the sustainer of life for all living organisms that inhale and exhale. Again, all living organisms that inhale and exhale feel the presence of and experience the existence of air every day. No one can have any doubts or deny the existence of air although we can’t naturally see it. This is also a fact, not faith and beliefs.

Therefore, regardless of which religious organization people are affiliated with, there’s absolutely no one on Mother Earth who can have any doubts or deny the existence of my God(s). This is because the simple fact is; my God(s) naturally present themselves to you without my asking. My parents’ concept of a God makes perfectly good sense to me, but for billions of people, this concept of a God is literally ridiculous and senseless.

For those religious organizations I’ve come in contact with and insist that I repent and/or submit to the teachings of their holy book and God, these are the groups who have never ceased to amaze me with this assertion: All things or anything is possible with their God.

Please don’t misconstrue the point I wish to bestow upon the reader, which is to logically and intelligently reveal the egregious imperfections and deceitful nature of organized religions and its followers from my perspective and why I naturally shun them.

This is not a writing to try and convince anyone their God doesn’t exist, but rather, why one can’t convince me their God exists. If a God wants me to worship him, he should personally present himself and converse with me about it, don’t send someone else to me to do it for him. Not only is this God incompetent for taking such a route, common sense should have informed him I’m naturally going to have doubts of his existence for taking such a route.

Am I asking one to reject their faith and beliefs of their God’s existence after reading this writing? No, I’m not!  What I perceive as ridiculous and senseless teachings obviously makes perfectly good sense to billions of people.

I’m well aware of the fact that not all religious organizations use this assertion as the nucleus of their faith. I’m also well aware of the fact that, of all the people who are affiliated with these religious organizations, each of them perceives this assertion differently than others in the organization. Alas! I’ve yet to come across two or more people of the same religious background who can agree entirely on the teachings of their faith as set forth in accordance of their holy book from beginning to end.

This includes Catholics, Masons, Judaism, Agnostics, Creators, Pentecostal, Islamic, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Christians, Baptist, Orthodox, Hebrew Israelites, Latter-Day Saints, Five-Percenters, Evangelicals etc. These are the groups of religious organizations who take it upon themselves and navigate the planet and inform us their God is the creator of everything in existence (seen and unseen), which was accomplished by way of him speaking and/or the use of medical procedures i.e. cloning.

These are the very same groups of religious organizations who also inform us their God (in some form or another), literally resides in heaven/ paradise (and in most cases), with his son sitting on the right-hand side of him. They also inform us this very same God possesses omnipotent, omniscience, and omnipresent qualities as well.

Mind you, a God never appeared to me in any shape, form or fashion to reveal to me that he’s the creator of all things, he’s sitting in heaven with his son, and I must submit to the teachings of a religious organization here on Mother Earth in order for me to live with him in heaven for all eternity, only people from different religious organizations have.

With these facts in mind, I present the following:

From my understanding of “All things or Anything is possible with a God” who possesses the above tangible and intangible qualities (though I know for a fact it’s impossible for tangible and intangible qualities to coincide simultaneously in a being), regardless of whose God he is (though excluding those religious organizations who excludes themselves from making such claim of their God), it’s possible for your God to present himself upon your request to me, the rest of the world, and verify your claim of his existence. This concept makes perfectly good sense to me, but obviously this concept is ridiculous and senseless to billions of people.

I’m well aware of the fact that possible is defined as: being within the limits of ability, capacity, or realization, [1] and the position you all take on this claim is simply this: Although It’s possible for our God to present himself, he doesn’t necessarily have to to appease one’s doubts of his existence. This is an option for him, and only him, meaning the possibility is available for him if he so chooses to present himself. This concept is a brilliant idea, but lacking in substance.

This concept may  make perfectly good sense to billions of people, however, from my position and point of view, it doesn’t make an iota bit of sense, it raises far too many red flags, and therefore, forces me to challenge the veracity of your claim of your God’s existence.

As for me, If I worshiped an invisible God whom, I’m convinced, created everything in existence, is literally sitting in heaven with his son, and this very same God can’t take the time to present himself upon my request to verify my claim of his existence to those who negate my claim of his existence, then there’s absolutely no need or reason for me to worship or present this God to anyone as this is not a God as far as my natural instincts inform me.

To continue to worship this God and present him to others without him presenting himself to verify my claim of his existence when necessary only means I’m deceiving myself of this God’s existence. This reason is based on the simple fact that I’m naturally going to question this God’s existence.

What I’ve come to understand and now expect of most people affiliated with these religious organizations (although I’m aware that there are those who could care less of what I think of their beliefs) is this:

They expect people who refuse to follow their belief system to just blindly accept, believe, and have faith that they are presenting the truth of their God’s existence. They expect people to blindly accept the holy book they present as the word from their God, rather than having their God present himself personally and verify their claims of his existence, no questions asked! When one questions them of their God and his existence, they perceive this as questioning their God’s word instead of questioning their honesty of their God’s existence.

What they fail to understand is, it’s not a question of whether their God exists or not, it’s a question of whether they’re presenting the truth or not. The fact of whether or not one’s God presents himself upon one’s request to me will prove whether your God exists or not. Faith and beliefs can live comfortably without proof, but facts demands proof.

If one is presenting facts, then one needs facts, to confirm their claim of facts, not faith and beliefs. No one, who negates the existence of anyone’s God, should have to believe, have faith, and wait until they die before they’re able to realize whether one is being truthful or not of their God’s existence, especially in light of the fact they clearly declared “All things or Anything is possible with their God.”

Since your God chose you to represent him, and you accepted, then your God is the only one obligated and qualified to present himself upon your request and verify your claim of his existence to those of us who negate your claim of his existence. You and your God should be ready to prove his existence by presenting himself upon your request, not by way of you presenting a book. As I’ve previously stated, all religious organizations present a book to represent the existence of their God.

Therefore, if you summon your God to present himself to me personally to confirm your claim of his existence, and he does, I’ll know for a fact you are telling the truth of your God’s existence. I’ll know for a fact you didn’t fabricate the existence of your God in your mind. However, if he, for some strange reason, refuses (which is what I’m expecting of him for obvious reasons), I’ll know for a fact you fabricated the existence of your God and you are most definitely lying of your God’s existence. Sorry people, you simply can’t have it both ways with me.

The brain is naturally designed to properly function using logic and reason, not faith and beliefs, and therefore, using common sense, logic and reason, if your God was intelligent enough to create the complexity of life as you claim, then your God should be intelligent enough to respond to your request of presenting himself personally and confirm your claim of his existence to those of us who negate your claim of his existence as well!

This concept makes perfectly good sense to me, why do you all have such a problem with it? Oops, no needs to answer I already know. Leaning on your own understanding, thinking logically, intelligently and wisely for yourself is an unforgiveable sin for your all!

People have tried to convince me that just because someone can’t summon their God to present himself don’t mean their God doesn’t exist. This rational is an infallible indicator to me that you’re most definitely lying about the existence of your God!

Here are the egregious imperfections in your rational:

The fact that you can’t summon your God to present himself to me personally doesn’t mean he still exists. You, of course, are forced to take this stance (for obvious reasons), to protect your faith and beliefs of your God’s existence.

This stance in itself negates your God’s existence. It means you’re now rationalizing the existence of your God because you intuitively know for a fact you can’t summon him to present himself to me and confirm your claim of his existence. It means your faith and beliefs has been challenged with a fact. The fact that the God you claim exists has no desire to present himself and confirm your claim, faith, and belief of his existence to those of us who obviously negate your claim of his existence.

Facts will either confirm or negate one’s faith and beliefs.

I’m informed by these religious organizations that, at one point or another, someone in the past have had direct contact with their God to present his word to the rest of the world, and in this case, this makes their God’s existence a fact. From my position and point of view, I too am worthy of this privilege of direct contact with your God regardless if you and your God feels otherwise. Their direct contact with your God isn’t direct contact for me, its hearsay, not a fact. The following example confirms this fact:

HIM (past): Direct contact with a God will obviously make a God’s existence a fact for him and only him from his perspective. This is due to the simple fact that, he experienced the existence of a God through direct contact with a God. Therefore, all doubts of the existence of a God are instantly removed at this very moment as a result of his direct contact with a God.

MYSELF: No direct contact with a God or your God doesn’t make a God or your God’s existence a fact from my perspective. This is because I haven’t experienced the existence of a God through direct contact with a God as he has, and neither have you!

This vicarious relationship applies to the God and the one who actually had direct contact with the God, no one else!

Therefore, If you claim the existence of a God who is the creator of all things and I don’t believe there’s such a God in existence because of my lack of experiencing the existence of a God through direct contact with a God as the one in the past has, it’s hearsay and my natural response is obviously going to be of that; you are lying and fabricated the existence of this God.

If you didn’t fabricate your God’s existence and your God truly exist as you claim, my natural thought is going to obviously be: If your God can easily have direct contact with someone in the past, he can just as well have direct contact with me in my day and age. Your God can also remove all doubts I have of his existence (since it’s profound and obvious you can’t), through direct contact just as he removed all doubts of his existence through direct contact of the person who, quite possibly may have had doubts of the existence of a God before he had direct contact with a God.

When I ask people of these religious organizations to summon their God present himself to me to substantiate their claims, they instead present me with non sequiturs such as:

He’ll come when he’s ready, he don’t have to prove anything to you, or you just have to believe and have faith, and then present to me a book that is supposed to be the word from their God as proof that their God exists and they are telling the truth. In my most humble and honest opinion, a book can’t began to validate the existence of any God!

People even go as far as making the idiotic suggestion of me asking their God to reveal himself to me; only in the mind of an idiot, would one find it logical to ask a God who possesses omnipotent, omniscience, and omnipresent qualities for something!

Since all of you give me nothing but excuses such as the ones above, I’m naturally going to question the existence of your God. I’m naturally going to presume you’re lying and fabricated the existence of your God.

What makes your claim of your God’s existence even more suspicious and unbelievable is the fact that after your God had direct contact with someone in the past, who in turn passed his experience on to you, your God, himself, and yourself concocted prerequisites that excludes him from having direct contact with anyone else, i.e. you must have faith, you just have to believe, upon your death you’ll stand before God, and a host of other ridiculous and senseless teachings from your holy book.

These excuses and prerequisites are infallible indicators of not only the incompatibilities in the teachings of your Gods existence; they also reveal to me your deceitful nature and the egregious imperfections in your thinking.

First and foremost, you simply can’t have it both ways if your goal is to try and convince me of the existence of your God. You can’t inform me of your God’s existence, and when I challenge your claim and ask that you summon your God to present himself and confirm your claim of his existence, make excuses and rationalize the existence of your God because you lack a successful defense against my challenge of your God presenting himself.

It’s my option to believe or not to believe one’s claims of the existence of their God, and since I obviously negate your claim of your God’s existence, the only one obligated and qualified to neutralize our differences on your behalf is the God you claim exists by presenting himself to me, not by you presenting a book to me.

Again, this includes Catholics, Masons, Judaism, Agnostics, Creators, Pentecostal, Islamic, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Christians, Baptist, Orthodox, Hebrew Israelites, Latter-Day Saints, Five-Percenters, Evangelicals etc..

Anyone can make excuses, present a book, and rationalize the existence of a God if they can’t summon him to present himself and confirm their claim of his existence. I can do this if I so choose to, it’s the easiest way to protect ones faith and beliefs.

If by chance I accepted your claim of the existence of your God, it still doesn’t make it a fact that your God exists from my position and point of view. Since I never experienced the existence of a God through direct contact, it only means I have faith and believe your God exists simply because I accepted your claim on faith, not on facts.

You offer your holy books as proof of your God’s existence because first and foremost, you know for a fact you can’t summon the God you fabricated in your mind to exist to present himself and verify your claim of his existence and that I can most definitely see your holy book.

It’s profound and obvious to me you think just because I see the holy book you present to me instead of your God presenting himself to me, this gesture will convince me you are telling the truth of your God’s existence.

However, this gesture is an infallible indicator of both your deceitful nature and the egregious imperfections in your thinking, which is simply this:

You know for a fact you can’t summon the God “All things or Anything is possible with,” to present himself and verify your claim of his existence. But instead of being truthful and honest with yourself and acknowledging this fact, you deceive yourself in the following ways:

What you believe and have faith to be true of your God’s existence is far more important to you than what you can actually prove to be true of your God’s existence. If facts contradict what you believe and have faith to be true of your God’s existence (in this case, the fact that you can’t summon your God to present himself), you discard these facts and adhere to your faith and beliefs.

Since this is the foundation of your logic and reason (faith and belief), for the existence of your God, then from my analysis, faith and beliefs can indeed be proven to be true or false with a fact. As I’ve said earlier in this writing, facts will either confirm or negate one’s faith and beliefs. The following example confirms this fact.

I can truly have faith and believe, in my heart and mind, that my ability to fly as a bird truly exists just as you believe your God truly exists through faith and beliefs. When I actually flap my arms in my attempt to take flight, at this very moment, the fact of whether or not I literally accomplish this feat will either confirm or negate my faith and beliefs.

If I literally accomplish this feat, at this very moment, my faith and beliefs has been confirmed. If not, my faith and beliefs has been negated. Now, if I continue to have faith and believe that my ability to fly as a bird still exist after my faith and beliefs have been obviously negated, then it’s profound and obvious I’m deceiving myself. This is because I experienced the fact that I can’t fly in spite of the fact I had faith and beliefs that I could.

Therefore, just because you adhere to your faith and beliefs of your God’s existence after experiencing the fact that you can’t summon him to present himself to me and verify your claim of his existence doesn’t make your God’s existence a fact any more than if I adhere to my faith and beliefs after experiencing the fact that I can’t flap my arms and take flight as a bird. You’re just deceiving yourself of your God’s existence and I simply refuse to deceive myself with you.

There isn’t one religious organization (who makes this assertion of their God) here on Mother Earth who can successfully summon their God to present himself personally to the entire world and verify their claim of his existence. Yet each of them  navigate the planet accusing all others of lying of their God’s existence while at the very same time claiming their God is real!

A God who presents himself personally would have absolutely no problem doing this for the betterment of mankind first and foremost because he’s God and can, as a true and loving God, would want to eliminate any and all doubts of his existence unlike people would.

From my analysis, people use a God to control, obtain power over other people, for political, and financial gain as a true God needs neither. Man fabricated the existence of God in his mind to compensate for his weaknesses, fears, and (please excuse the bluntness) ignorance. Observe the conditions of Mother Earth while at the very same time acknowledging the God of every religious organization who possesses omnipotent, omniscience, and omnipresent qualities sitting comfortably in heaven. Truly an insult to one’s intelligence!

All the factual evidence proves this fact!

I ask, why would a God actually require us humans to literally give a percentage of our income in his name to a church here on Mother Earth and he’s sitting in heaven/paradise somewhere? Where’s the logic?

I find it very suspicious that your God, whom you yourself claim exist, but at the same time, can’t summon to present himself personally to confirm your claim of his existence, somehow managed to personally convey to you and only you to build a house of worship so that you yourself can teach people of his existence, what they must do to live with him for all eternity after they die, AND give you a percentage of their income in his name in the process. Only an idiot would fall for such a con game!

People have commented that they sense a bit of anger. I’m not angry, if there seems to be a bit of anger in this writing, I truly apologize, for it is not my intention to write out of anger. However, I’ll be honest and tell you, when these people insult my intelligence with their idiotic claim that, “Anything or All things is possible with their God”, can’t prove it to me beyond a shadow of doubt, and then tells me there is something wrong with me because I simply refuse to have faith and believe they are presenting the truth of their God’s existence, yes, I do get upset.

Mind you, not because I’m upset with their God as they would have you to believe, as they so eloquently put it, but due to the fact they truly can’t fathom just how ignorant they are for presenting such a claim and can’t prove it! It’s their ignorance that upsets me!

Claiming “Anything or All things are possible with a God” and Proving “Anything or All things are possible with a God” are two totally different concepts. Claiming it simply protects your faith and beliefs; proving it confirms your faith and beliefs!

Again, this is not a writing to try and convince one their God doesn’t exist, but rather, why one can’t convince me their God exist.

Again, Am I asking one to reject their faith and beliefs of their God’s existence after reading this writing? No, I’m not! What I perceive as ridiculous and senseless teachings obviously makes perfectly good sense to billions of people.

Am I asking people to believe and have faith in the existence my God(s) (the sun and air)? No, I’m not! I don’t have to.

As my beloved parents, The Ancient Ethiopian Cushites/Egyptians (whom I love dearly), clearly teaches:

Never believe a word until you put its truth to the test!

Blessed be the Gods and Goddesses

For those of you who, for whatever reason, don’t possess the mental capacity or just simply refuse to fathom the intelligence, logic, and reason for why I vehemently negate the existence of the God as presented to me by human beings, well, that’s your problem, not mine!

[1] The Merriam-Webster dictionary, Copyright 2005 by Merriam-Webster

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