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Dec 07

In The Beginning



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the Beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the Earth was without form and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. And God said, “Let there be light” and there was light. And God saw the light that it was good and God divided the light from the darkness. And God called the light Day and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.

In the beginning God… What is God?  Websters defines God as The One Supreme Being, self-existent and eternal; the infinite creator, sustainer, and ruler of the universe; conceived of an omniscient, good and almighty.

This definition is based on the Belief that God is a Being.  We, as Beings, are energy.  God is an energy.  What is energy?  The power by which anything acts effectively to move or change other things or accomplish any result.  In Physics the capacity of doing work and of overcoming inertia, as by heat, light, radiation, or mechanical and chemical forces.  Many say  that God is Light.  Light is energy.  Light is a Frequency.  Resonance equals God.  And God said, “Let there be light” so maybe that is why we identify God with Light.  I had a near death experience and  saw an incredibly bright white light.  This light, the first of God’s creations to be experienced on our return home.  We, as Physical Beings, which God more than likely is not nor ever has been are also Energy, Light, Frequency and Resonance.

15,000,000,000 years ago the Universe came into being. 14 Billion Year History of the Universe. By observation, we know that the Universe consists of clusters of galaxies, each cluster containing anywhere from a few dozen to a few thousand individual galaxies. Each galaxy is a cluster containing anywhere from a few billion to a few trillion stars. All the clusters seemed to be receding from each other, judging by the nature of the light they send us. If we look backward in time (like running a motion picture film in reverse) the clusters of galaxies would be seen to be approaching each other and coming closer and closer together. At some time in the past they must have existed as an extremely tight ball of matter that exploded and gave rise to the expanding Universe that now exists.

The origin of the Universe, as a relatively small volume of matter that exploded, was first advanced in 1927 by a Belgian Astronomer Georges Edward Lemaitre (1894-1966). The explosion was called a “Big Bang” in 1948 by the Russian American physicist, George Gamow (1904-1968). Almost all astronomers accept the Big Bang in principle but the actual time is only known approximately. Scientists are also arguing the details of what happened in the instants immediately after the explosion, but that need not concern us here. One question that everyone is bound to ask about the Big Bang is: Where did the original glob that exploded come from? Are we forced to say at this point, that the only possible explanation is that it was created by some force, or entity that lies outside what we consider the laws of nature and is, therefore, “supernatural”? God?

In 1973, the American physicist, Edward P. Tryon, suggested that according to quantum theory (which is one of two basic, and so far entirely successful theories for explaining the Universe), it is possible for the initial blob to have arisen out of nothing more than a “quantum fluctuation” in the vacuum.

In the Beginning was the Word… God as Energy, a spark of everything wanted to know what it was. God’s desire was to discover itself with the question WHY? With this question, the Word which was a Thought, Energy. The Word disturbed the energy forming ripples, waves, resonance, leading to the Big Bang, the magnificent explosion. Astronomers think that the planet was originally formed from a cloud of gas which also produced the sun in that Big Bang. That spark burst into a billion particles or more all the same size as the original and each of those sparks wanting to know Why exploded again. In the Beginning was the Word….What? All that is was All There was, so, All That is…Was not. For in the Absence of something else, All that Is, Is Not. Now in creating That which is Here and that which is There, God made it possible for God to know itself. In the moment of the great explosion from within, God created relativity. From the No thing thus sprang the Everything, a spiritual event entirely consistent with the scientific event, the Big Bang Theory, A Belief. Interesting isn’t it!

Permanent link to this article: http://www.mental-physics.com/2011/12/07/in-the-beginning/

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