Excerpt from 'The Quantum Bible'
Excerpt from The Quantum Bible - Ian Weinberg, 2003 http://www.pninet.com/articles/TheQuantumBible.pdf
“.... 7 Thence did the age of the Great Illusion begin, for the
manifest form would for the greater part be as an end unto itself and Man in
descent would worship this form .... 8 And with the descent into manifest form
did preoccupation emerge with material possession and wealth, for accumulation
of artifacts became as a purpose for life and existence. 9 Thus did the
pyramids of consciousness narrow into small bases and the focus of life
likewise ... 10 So was the great pre-occupation with artifact that Descendant
Man became as a hoarder and accumulator and fear of loss became as a great
driving energy and greed did emerge. 11 But from that narrow place of
consciousness did emerge greater mischief – for all of the worth of Descendant
Man and all things would be as in physical appearance and judgement of fellow
Descendant Man surely followed.
12 In this way did the harmonious co-existence of Ascendant Man with the great environments and the substrates give way to labor (in Descendant Man) - for with the narrowness of consciousness and pre-occupation with form manifest in narrowness, did the wisdom which is the Great Singularity dissipate and did toil emerge. 13 Thence did strife take hold for the mischiefs of greed and judgmentalism of all form that differed from oneself and one’s own would fuel the fires. 14 And so did Descendant Man realize the need to establish codes of behavior to order coexistence – thus was the sanctity of possessions enshrined even unto punishment by death. 15 But the mischief of judgement of they that be different in form, race and behavior would also be enshrined and they be removed even by death on proclamation. 16 And Descendant Man created in his image his god who be the father figure imbibed with authority and anger and judgmentalism and who demanded sacrifice and subordination and in return would intervene in strife and make good thereto ....”
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