Re: Theos-World Hi there, I'm new.
Jan 09, 2007 00:36 AM
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, leonmaurer@... wrote:
> Actually, the afterlife and the state or realm we experience after
> not supernatural,
I must agree. My 'supernatural' terminology is diluted. I
sometimes also use the words 'spiritual' and 'mystical' to accompany
the 'psychical' and 'physical' realms.
> based on its unfounded and almost
> religiously blind belief that matter is all there is, and that
> therefore, must be caused by it.
I believe that the multiverse is a conscious living organism itself,
and that only consciousness can beget consciousness.
> except to the "scientists" and "skeptics" who can't explain
> the sometimes expressed psychic phenomena...
I believe that the only difference between science and magic is that
the first is explained and the second is not.
> As a theosophist however, one cannot be an "agnostic," or one who
> that there might be a separate God entity that is above and beyond
I may disagree with you on this particular point, or at least I
don't see your reasoning.
> Although, there is an admitted "Divine" or unknowable source of
> -- that is beyond the initial fundamental space which gave birth
> universe... And that can never be comprehended by finite minds...
I believe that the 'multiverse' is infinitely eternal and eternally
infinite, without beginning or ending.
> Best wishes,
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