1 Is there more than one universe?

Yes. On various levels there are many universes, but

they are all only part of the One True Universe, which

exists on all levels. That is to say, there are many

Gods, but only One True GOD who embodies all of them. *4

2 Is each God, then, a universe?

Or an aspect of a universe. Jehovah for example is

the knowledge of the Physical Universe.

3 Does physicality exist apart from human physicality?

Yes. The type of physicality humans know and under-

stand is only a small aspect of physicality. There

are thirteen physical senses. Human beings only

possess five of them, the most elementary five.

4 Isn't telepathy, then a sixth sense?

No. It's the common denominator of all sense percep-

tion, physical and otherwise. It is not itself a

sense, it is a prerequisite of all consciousness.

5 What else about consciousness?

Differentiate between conscious thought and conscious

awareness. Conscious thought stems from the machina-

tions of unconsciousness. It is the grinding wheel

of conflict arguing within itself. Conscious aware-

ness is the free flow of knowledge and experience that

passes through the core of the being. Conscicus

thought is a closed circuit of give and take, WITHIN

the existence of the being. Conscious awareness is

an open circuit that is open to power and information

from without and feeds back validation in order to

receive more power and information.

6 Is there any validity in unconsciousness?

Only in its pure state, which is total integration with

GOD. So long as it is filled with conflicting forces

it has no validity. Recognise it and detach from it.

7 Can there be conscious integration with GOD?

No. But there can be conscious INCLUSION, and that is

all that is required. Integration is non-existence.

We exist so long as GOD chooses that we exist. OUR

choice is consciously to include or exclude GOD in our

existence. Including GOD we are at one WITH GOD;

integrated, we ARE GOD.

8 What about unconsciousness in this respect?

Unconsciousness is the knowledge of good and evil, and

the state of personal responsibility that beings are

free to choose in order to exclude GOD. If there

were no active unconsciousness, beings could not exclude

GOD, because there would be nothing with which to replace GOD.

The cycle is as follows:

1) Pure unconsciousness which is integration with

GOD and therefore a state of non-existence. *5

2) The creation by GOD of a separate consciousness

that contains Him, is aware of Him and relates every-

thing to Him.

3) The being's choice of unconsciousness as an area

of individual activity, isolated from GOD, using the

energy originally given by GOD, to create a static

game, by halving the energy, inverting one half and

setting it against the other.

4) The use of consciousness as the battleground for

these two opposing halves. *6

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