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What Constitutes Existence?

Agosto 23rd, 2019 No Comments   Posted in Dacia Iluministă
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The New Atlantis

What Constitutes Existence?

Many philosophers and religious thinkers have proposed endless ways to describe the basic nature of existence. So, let’s play the God Game. If you were God, which of the following options would you have chosen? We shall take an incredible tour of the multitude of options available to God.

Materialism: “The world … is corporeal, that is to say, body … and every part of the universe is body, and that which is not body is no part of the universe.” – Thomas Hobbes

Idealism: Everything is mental; the material world is ultimately mental.

Panpsychism: all matter has a mental aspect; mind is everywhere; all entities have a unified centre of experience; all entities have their own unique point of view (perspective); all parts of matter involve mind, or more holistically, the whole universe is an organism that possesses a mind; the idea that all matter is imbued with some (greater or lesser) form of consciousness.

The distinction between idealism and panpsychism is that the latter treats everything as mind or as containing mind whereas the former treats things as content of the mind. In panpsychism, a rock, for example, has a mind (albeit rudimentary and unconscious) whereas in idealism, a rock has no independent material existence but is merely a mental phenomenon – an idea in a mind. In panpsychism, a rock doesn’t vanish if the mind perceiving it dies. In idealism, the rock is dependent in the mind’s perception of it, so “dies” when the mind dies. In other words, panpsychism allows for the objective existence of things whereas idealism is purely subjective (all apparently objective things are contained within subjective minds, and do not exist without the subjective minds that sustain them).

Illuminism agrees with idealism that mind and not matter is the basis of reality, but Illuminism is fundamentally an expression of panpsychism. “Panpsychism is the view that the basic physical constituents of the universe have mental properties” — Thomas Nagel

Dualism: the view that mind and matter have independent existence and neither is reliant on the other or originates from the other.

Panpsychism is sometimes seen as dualist since it attributes mind to matter, thus acknowledging the objective existence of matter, and regards everything as having both mental and physical properties. In Illuminism, mind and matter are both mathematical and matter is in some sense “solid” mind i.e. matter is an expression of mind. It has different mathematical characteristics: above all the number zero is excluded from material existence yet defines mental existence.

“In the matter of consciousness, the position of Empedocles may be defined as a rigorous panpsychism. In his view, which seems to be shared to some degree by most early Greek thinkers, the faculty of feeling, perception, and thought does not constitute a prerogative of men and animals, but is assumed to be distributed generally throughout the natural world. From this point of view, there is really no such thing as inanimate nature. The character of any object is conceived of as a vital urge that may be described in terms of thought and volition. This conception is analogous to the ‘animism’ which is said to characterise the attitude of many primitive peoples in their dealings with nature. But the animism of Empedocles is scarcely primitive: it is explicitly formulated as a philosophic principle. He ends the poem On Nature with a warning to his friend Pausanias that the truths communicated must be carefully borne in mind, or else they will leave you all at once, when their times come round, yearning after their fellows, to return to their own dear kind; for know that all things have intelligence and a share in thought. This statement implies a systematic parallelism between physical objects and mental conceptions. Not only does everything have a share in thought, but every thought is treated like a thing. Apparently Empedocles recognizes no radical distinction between the two, for the constituents of the physical world and our perception of this world are described in the same terms:

By earth we behold earth, by water water,
by air bright air, by fire, ravaging fire,
love by love and strife by gloomy strife.
For out of these are all things compounded
and fitted together and with these do they think
and feel pleasure and pain.”

— Essays in Ancient Greek Philosophy, Edited by John P. Anton with George L. Kustas

Reductive panpsychism reduces all material properties to mind.
Reductive physicalism does the opposite and reduces everything to matter.

Reductive physicalism is essentially materialism: everything in the world can be reduced analytically to its fundamental physical, or material, basis. All mental states and processes can be reduced to physical states and processes. All organic and inorganic processes can be explained by reference to the laws of physical nature.

Illuminism, on the other hand, reduces everything, mental and material, to mathematics and asserts that all organic and inorganic processes can be explained with regard to mathematical laws of existence.

Neutral monism: this is the view that the mental and the material are two different perspectives of the same underlying thing, which is itself “neutral” i.e. neither physical nor mental. So, this stance rejects the view that the mental and the physical are two fundamentally different things and asserts that there is only one fundamental “stuff” in the universe (hence why it’s a monism). Neutral monism was first propounded by Spinoza who proposed that mind and matter were two attributes of God (the underlying monism), although Spinoza’s view might better be called dual-aspect monism:

“In strict parlance, neutral monism should be distinguished from dual-aspect monism, which holds that all existence consists of one kind (hence monism) of primal substance, which in itself is neither mental nor physical, but is capable of distinct mental and physical aspects or attributes that are two faces of the same underlying reality in the one substance. … The theory’s relationship to neutral monism is ill-defined, but one proffered distinction says that whereas neutral monism allows the context of a given group of neutral elements to determine whether the group is mental, physical, both, or neither, double-aspect theory requires the mental and the physical to be inseparable and irreducible (though distinct).” — Wikipedia

Schopenhauer, like Spinoza, is a dual-aspect monist. In Schopenhauer’s philosophy, there is only one substance (Will), but it manifests itself physically (phenomenally) and mentally (noumenally), with each being the flip side of the other.

Illuminism might be considered a dual-aspect monism. Mathematics is the ground of existence (the monism) and takes the form of infinite mathematical points, inbuilt with the laws of mathematics. Since a monad is a rudimentary mind, mind and mathematics are intimately connected. Mind can be considered as subjective mathematics – how it feels to be a mathematical entity; the inside perspective; the inner experience – while matter is objective mathematics, subject to the laws of what humanity calls science. Subjective mathematics is the within of mathematics while objective mathematics is the without.

It is a primary axiom of Illuminism that all of the fundamental units of existence are subjective when experienced internally and objective when viewed externally. Everything is a subject to itself, but an object to everything else. If a subject acquires a body (as in a human being) then that constitutes its objective presence in the world, while the mind is its subjective presence.

William James also developed a neutral monist view, and is perhaps the classic expression of that view. Bertrand Russell said, “James’s view is that the raw material out of which the world is built up is not of two sorts, one matter and the other mind, but that it is arranged in different patterns by its inter-relations, and that some arrangements may be called mental, while others may be called physical.”

Panpsychism can be readily combined with neutral monism. Illuminism is the stance that mathematics is the basis of mind and matter, hence mathematics is the neutral monism in that sense. Each mathematical point is regarded both as a unique mind and as fundamental building block of the material world. (Many of these definitions flow in and out of each other or form a continuum rather than clear-cut distinctions.)

Holism: the view that the whole Universe is an organism that possesses a mind. Equivalent to a certain view of panpsychism.

Animism (from Latin anima “soul, life, mind, breath”; similar in concept to Greek words such as psyche and pneuma): the view that all things have a soul; all animate and inanimate objects possess individual, innate souls; the hypothesis first advanced by Pythagoras and later promoted by Plato that an immaterial force animates the universe (the World Soul).

Animism is the belief that non-human entities are spiritual beings, or embody a life-principle. In this view, there is no separation between the spiritual and physical worlds. Souls/spirits exist not just in humans, but also in all other animals, plants, rocks, and all natural phenomena. Thunder and lightning have souls. Mountains, rivers, woods, stars, planets, galaxies, black holes – they all have souls. The universe is a vast network of ensouled creatures. Personalized supernatural beings (or souls) occupy all objects and govern their existence. Just as a human body is said to have a soul, all bodies of any type at all (including inorganic bodies) also have souls, although of very different mental character. Animism is the view that spirits inhabit the universe in all of its parts.

Extreme animism attributes souls even to abstractions such as words, true names (which have tremendous power in the occult world), and mythological symbols. Shinto, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Pantheism and Neopaganism all have significant animistic tendencies.

Illuminism is a type of animism since it teaches that living (but unconscious) monads are the source of everything in the world. However, while animism assigns consciousness to all things, Illuminism does not. Illuminism is about the unconscious mind evolving towards consciousness as its highest manifestation.

In Illuminism, unconscious monads are the building blocks of existence. Existence is predicated on fundamental units of mathematical life. Ontological mathematics is alive. All mathematical functions and signals produce an inner experience in the living monads affected by them.

Animism was the first religious system conceived by the human mind and, when equated with ontological mathematics, becomes supremely powerful. However, when associated with primitive beliefs and superstitions, it degenerates into the monotheistic Abrahamic system that there is one single and all-unifying animating force in the universe – God, the Creator.

Abrahamism is animism taken to its extreme position in terms of conscious design of the universe. Illuminism is animism taken to its extreme position in terms of unconscious, teleological evolution of the universe.

Science disregards animism completely, and is thereby incapable of explaining how life comes from non-life. It should be noted that life/non-life dualism is just another way of talking about the mind-body problem. Life and mind are effectively synonymous. You are alive if you have a mind, even if that mind is rudimentary and unconscious.

Illuminism solves mind-body dualism by demonstrating that the body originates in mind (i.e. there is no separate material world). It solves the life/non-life problem by demonstrating that everything is alive (i.e. there’s no kingdom of dead things that are somehow assembled like Frankenstein’s monster into living beings). Existence MUST be monistic. There can be no existential dualism.

Science claims to be a monistic materialism, but philosophically it is radically dualistic since it cannot offer any viable mechanism to account for how mind comes from non-mind or life from non-life. Although science claims that life and mind are materialistic phenomena that originate in more elemental materialistic phenomena, in reality the gulf between mind and non-mind and life and non-life is infinite.

Descartes’ philosophy failed because of its dualism. Either matter must be fully explained by mind, or mind by matter. Illuminism is the proof that matter is ultimately mental and not physical. Science, on the other hand, has wholly failed to prove that mind is ultimately material.

Excerpt from The God Game

Mike Hockney

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“Nothing” versus Non-existence

Agosto 11th, 2019 No Comments   Posted in Dacia Iluministă
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The New Atlantis

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“Nothing” versus Non-existence

Perhaps the most misunderstood and problematic concept in human history is the meaning of nothing – void, emptiness, vacuum, space.

The ancient Greeks wrestled endlessly with this concept, but they never managed to produce a definition that resolved the issue once and for all. In fact, no clear-cut definition exists to this day in the scientific world. “Nothing” is particularly difficult for scientific materialists because their ideological position of faith (and “faith” is exactly the right word because scientific materialism is effectively a religion) is that only things that have a size (extension, dimensionality) exist. Existence, for a materialist, is revealed by the human senses. It’s all about empiricism – experience, experiment and observation.

A materialist asserts, in effect, that if our senses were sufficiently acute – in particular our vision – we could “see” and detect everything that exists, no matter how small it is. Everything that exists is physical i.e. it is an entity within space and time. It has dimensions. It has one or more of the following attributes: mass, volume, speed, energy, a wavelength, a frequency. All of these attributes are considered to have meaning only in relation to space and time.

If our senses or our physical, scientific equipment can’t in principle detect something then it is, according to scientists, non-sensical to talk of the thing having any kind of existence. A religious entity such as an immaterial and immortal soul that can’t be detected is regarded as superstitious and fanciful nonsense that can’t be taken seriously rationally or logically. Hence, all consistent scientific materialists are atheists. Those scientists who proclaim religious beliefs are fundamentally dishonest and deluded because atheist materialists are absolutely correct that materialism and religion are as mutually exclusive as existence and non-existence. If scientific materialism is true then religion is false. It’s as simple as that. There’s no scope for souls and, without souls, religion is absurd.

In philosophy, materialists and empiricists have waged an intellectual war against the idealists and rationalists.

It’s critical to have a basic understanding of the positions espoused by these four schools of philosophical thinking:
1) Materialism
2) Empiricism
3) Idealism
4) Rationalism

Materialism and empiricism are natural partners and drive modern science. Idealism and rationalism are also natural partners and put mind above matter. Idealists and rationalists have effectively been defeated by science since they have been unable to compete with its remarkable successes and its predictive and transformative abilities.

That’s where Illuminism comes into the picture. Illuminism is absolutely located within the tradition of idealism and rationalism but what Illuminists realised was that they must also lay claim to materialism and empiricism by showing that these are just subsets of idealism and rationalism.

Illuminism asserts that scientific materialism is perfect for studying the PHYSICAL universe – that’s what it’s designed for – but hopeless at addressing any of the big questions relating to life, mind, consciousness, God, souls and afterlife. All the primary questions of existence can be answered only within the idealist and rationalist context. We will have proved this to you by the end of this series of books and we will doso using the only possible tool – mathematics, the queen of the sciences.

Mathematics, unlike science, is not materialistic or empiricist. It is an expression of rationalism par excellence and it also absolutely in the tradition of idealism. The mathematical domain is nothing other than the perfect manifestation of Plato’s realm of perfect Forms: eternal, immutable, flawless Ideas. Is it not a remarkable thing that mathematics (a tool of ultra Platonic rationalism) is the mainstay of science (a materialist and empiricist ideology)? That ought to have set alarm bells ringing in the loudest possible way for scientific materialists and revealed that there was a catastrophic logical defect in their anti-rationalist approach. But it never has. They have simply ignored this question. In fact, it may never have occurred to them. Scientists in general are staggeringly unphilosophically minded – to their extreme detriment.

Excerpt from The God Game

Mike Hockney

„Fabrica de Dumnezeu”

Febbraio 25th, 2019 No Comments   Posted in Mişcarea Dacia
„The God Factory” (The „God Series” – book 2)
„Iluminati Pitagoreici sunt dușmanii jurați ai Avraamismului, Elitelor Privilegiate și legiunilor infantile ale teoreticienilor Conspirațiilor. Nu citiți cărțile noastre dacă sunteți o persoană stupidă. Numai căutătorii unei Adevărate Iluminări vor profita de citirea lucrărilor noastre.
Iluminarea a început cu Pitagora și este singura religie “Logos” din lume, adică o religie Rațională bazată pe Matematică, Ştiință și Filozofie. Nu are legătură cu religiile Mythos, cum ar fi iudaismul, creștinismul și islamul, care se bazează pe Credință, Superstiție, Iraționalitate, Povestiri, Pilde, Mituri, Legende și “Revelații Divine”. Aceste religii sunt false în orice mod posibil.
Iluminarea este singura religie adevărată. Este Marea Teorie Unificată a Întregului, care leagă Ştiința, Religia, Psihologia, Filosofia și chiar şi “Paranormalul”. Ea face acest lucru prin intermediul singurului mediu al Adevărului și al Cunoașterii Absolute: Matematica, pe care Pitagora a declarat-o a fi Arca, Substanța Fundamentală A Existenței.
Această carte oferă răspunsurile finale la natura Existenței. În timp ce Ştiința se bazează pe Materialismul Matematic, Iluminismul Pitagoreic folosește Idealismul Matematic Leibnizian. Acestea sunt singurele două modele posibile ale realității. Toate celelalte sisteme sunt fictive și lipsite de valoare.
Pentru a urma adevărata religie, trebuie să aveți un IQ mult peste medie. Nici un evreu, creștin sau musulman nu ar putea vreodată să înțeleagă Iluminarea. Pur și simplu, Adevărul nu este pentru toată lumea. Adevărul este o funcție a Rațiunii, nu a Credinței și a Superstiției. Toți ateii, agnosticii, scepticii și cinicii vor găsi o casă spirituală în cadrul Iluminării. Sunt foarte bineveniți. “Credincioșii” nu sunt.
Aceasta nu este o carte pentru cei slabi. Ea abordează chestiunile de bază ale Existenței și oferă singurele Soluții posibile. Iluminarea este răspunsul final la ultimile întrebări. Aceasta este cartea pe care o așteaptă lumea.

În afară de stabilirea Principiilor Iluminării, ea analizează critic Teosofia, Madame Blavatsky, Antroposofia, Rudolf Steiner, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Noosphere, Omega Point, Spinoza, Scophenhauer, Kant, Neoplatonism, Henri Bergson și Elan Vital. Ea discută ideile unor astfel de mari Iluminiști precum Pitagora, Leibniz, Hegel, Nicholas de Cusa, Giordano Bruno, Jakob Boehme și Paracelsus.”

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Despre ŞTIINŢA actuală

Dicembre 9th, 2018 No Comments   Posted in Mişcarea Dacia

“Teza centrală a acestei cărți este că știința este o viziune asupra lumii care se naște din autism, de la oameni care ignoră comunicarea, empatia, liberul arbitru, conștiența și toate lucrurile mentale. Lipsa unui psihic puternic se traduce într-o afinitate față de Materie, opusul Minții Ei se simt ca acasă cu teorii care exclud Mintea, care nu necesită nici un fel de componente mentale, pentru că ei înșiși sunt foarte deficienţi în Minte. Agenda intelectuală a lumii a fost confiscată de autisti. Ei controlează Ştiința și Calculul, ce conduc acum lumea. Toți cei din lumea academică se hrănesc acum cu Ideologia lor Anti-Minte. Oamenii chiar cred că Mașinile pot fi la fel de Conștiente ca ființele umane (cum altfel, dacă înşişi oamenii ar fi doar nişte Mașini în opinia lor?) şi că această Conștiență poate fi încărcată în computere și stocată acolo!? Filozofia a fost distrusă de Ştiința autistă. Toți filozofii academici se simt obligaţi de a păstra paradigma științelor și de a nega Realitatea unei lumi de Minți având un Scop. Este timpul ca Oamenii Minţii să denunţe lumea intelectuală autistică, să înlocuiască Materialismul și Empirismul (ideologia Simțurilor) cu Idealism – Raționalismul (doctrina Rațiunii și a Logicii). Raţiunea este esența Minții. Doar Mintea poate Raționa. Dacă sunteți de acord că Existența este Rațională și Inteligibilă, vă aflați pe partea Minții și împotriva Celor Fără Minte (materialiştii, zombii) “.

Această carte este disponibilă și tipărită:
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“The central thesis of this book is that science is a worldview born from autism, from people who struggle with communication, empathy, free will, consciousness and all things mental. Scientists prefer to see themselves as machines or as products of random chance. Their lack of a strong psyche translates into an affinity for matter, the opposite of mind. They feel at home with theories that exclude mind, that require no mental components whatsoever. That’s because they themselves are enormously deficient in mind.

The intellectual agenda of the world has been seized by autistics. They control science and computing, which now drive the world. Everyone in the academic world now falls into line with their anti-mind ideology. People even believe that machines can be as conscious as human beings (how would that be possible unless humans themselves were just glorified machines?) and that consciousness can be uploaded to computers and stored there.

Philosophy has been destroyed by autistic science. All academic philosophers feel the need to parrot the nostrums of scientism, and to deny the reality of a world of purposeful minds.

It’s time for the People of Mind to strike back, to take back the intellectual world from the autistics, to replace materialism and empiricism (the ideology of the senses) with idealism and rationalism (the doctrine of reason and logic).

Reason is the essence of mind. Only minds can reason. If you agree that existence is rational and intelligible, you are on the side of the mindful and against the mindless (the materialists, the zombies).”

A 12-a carte a Dr. Thomas Stark

Novembre 29th, 2018 No Comments   Posted in Mişcarea Dacia

„Cimmeria ·

Imaginați-vă un univers zombie, un univers fără Conștiență. Dacă Conștiența ar fi irelevantă pentru operațiile universului, nu ar exista nici un fel de Conștiență. La urma urmei, care ar fi punctul? Ce Raţiune/Motiv Suficient ar putea fi oferit pentru el? Natura nu generează nimic care nu are nici o funcție. Totuși, Conștiența – cel mai important fapt al vieții noastre care definește cine suntem și modul în care ne raportăm la lume – este, potrivit științei, doar un accident, un produs al șanselor întâmplătoare, o mutație bizară, un epifenomen, o iluzie, o proprietate emergentă. Nu are nici un scop, nu are nici o eficacitate cauzală. Este total irelevant pentru funcționarea atomilor inerți, lipsiți de viață și fără minte sub controlul legilor fizice inerte, fără viață și fără minte. Ideologia Materialismului este mortală pentru conceptul de Conștiență. De ce natura ar crea iluzii? Cum ar putea? Materialismul nu necesită altceva decât un univers NeGânditor, care să nu creeze decât procese zombie. Aceasta, la urma urmei, este esența Materialismului. Dacă nu există decât o materie fără viață, fără minte, cine are nevoie de Viață? Cine are nevoie de Minte? Este logic imposibil să obţii Viața din lipsă de Viață și Mintea din lipsa de Minte. Puteți aranja lipsa de viață și fără minte în moduri infinite. Nici unul nu va realiza logic miracolul creării “proprietăților emergente” ale vieții și minții.Viața și Mintea trebuie să fie esențiale pentru existență, sau viața și mintea nu ar trebui să existe deloc. Din moment ce există Viață și Minte, Materialismul – doctrina lipsei Vieții și lipsei Minţii – este negat. Dacă materialismul este înlăturat, știința, bazată pe materialism, nu poate fi adevărată. Aceasta este Logica 101. Știința poate efectua toate experimentele și observațiile care îi plac. Nici un Experiment sau Observație nu poate contrazice Logica. Interpretările false ale experimentelor și observațiilor pot, totuși, să contravină logicii. Știința este plină de aceste erori. Idealismul, care se referă la Minte și nu la materie, are Conștiența ca produs final al Procesului Evolutiv. Nu doar orice Conștiență, Conștiența Maximă, Conștiența Absolută, Conștiența Dumnezeească. Dumnezeu nu creează universul, universul îl creează pe Dumnezeu. Acesta este scopul său. Universul începe ca Dumnezeu NeConștient (Alfa) și se termină ca Dumnezeu Conștient (Omega). Acest lucru se realizează prin noi – Celulele Individuale ale lui Dumnezeu, Mințile Monadice Veșnice şi Necesare care cuprind substanța lui Dumnezeu. Alpha-Dumnezeu este starea entropiei mentale maxime (NeConștiența totală). Omega-Dumnezeu este starea entropiei mentale minime, starea de Zero Entropie a Conștiinței Perfecte, a Ființei Perfecte.Vino și descoperă povestea extraordinară a modului în care Conștiența se naște din NeConștient. Aceasta este povestea Existenței. Aceasta este povestea semnificației vieții, a universului și a tuturor lucrurilor.
Nietzsche a spus: “Tot ce este Bun este transmutarea unui Rău: fiecare Zeu are un Diavol ca un tată”.
Și tot ceea ce este Conștient are NeConștientul ca o mamă.”


8 ore

Imagine a zombie universe, a universe without consciousness. If consciousness were irrelevant to the operations of the universe, there would be no such thing as consciousness. After all, what would be the point? What sufficient reason could be offered for it? Nature doesn’t generate anything that has no function. Yet consciousness – the most important fact of our life that defines who we are and how we relate to the world – is, according to science, nothing but an accident, a product of random chance, a bizarre mutation, an epiphenomenon, an illusion, an emergent property. It serves no purpose, it has no causal efficacy. It is totally irrelevant to the workings of inert, lifeless, mindless atoms under the control of the inert, lifeless, mindless laws of physics. The ideology of materialism is deadly to the concept of consciousness.

Why would Nature create illusions? How could it? Materialism requires nothing but an unthinking universe, enacting nothing but zombie processes. That, after all, is the essence of materialism.

If there is nothing but lifeless, mindless matter, who needs life? Who needs mind? How can either come into existence in the first place? Who ordered that? It’s logically impossible to extract life from lifelessness, and mind from mindlessness.

You can arrange lifelessness and mindlessness in infinite ways. Not one will logically achieve the miracle of creating the “emergent properties” of life and mind.

Life and mind must be essential to existence, or life and mind should not exist at all. It’s a simple binary. Since life and mind exist, materialism – the doctrine of inherent lifelessness and mindlessness – is disproved. If materialism is disproved, science, which is based on materialism, cannot be true. This is logic 101. Science can perform all the experiments and observations it likes. No experiment or observation can ever contradict logic. Fallacious interpretations of experiments and observations, however, can certainly contradict logic. Science is full of these fallacies.

Idealism, which is all about the mind rather than matter, has consciousness as its ultimate evolutionary product. Not just any consciousness, maximum consciousness, i.e. absolute consciousness, God consciousness. The meaning of idealist existence is for existence to come to complete self-awareness.

God does not create the universe, the universe creates God. That is its purpose.

The universe starts off as God unconscious (Alpha) and ends as God conscious (Omega). This is achieved via us – the individual cells of God, the eternal and necessary monadic minds that comprise the substance of God.

Alpha God is the state of maximum mental entropy (total unconsciousness). Omega God is the state of minimum mental entropy, the zero-entropy state of perfect consciousness, perfect being.

Come and discover the extraordinary story of how consciousness is born from the unconscious. This is the story of existence. This is the story of the meaning of life, the universe and everything.

Nietzsche said, “Everything good is the transmutation of something evil: every god has a devil for a father.”

And everything conscious has the unconscious for a mother.