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"No Creator-God exists in this sense" Do you mean in the earth human sense?
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Is the name creation used so that the truth is being separated from the earth humans current understanding of god?
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Could another name be used instead of creation, like energy, because energy is life, and life is creation?
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I'm sorry I had it better written earlier and lost the comment, so this is the much shorter version.
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--[[User:Questions|Questions]] 21:19, 28 July 2012 (BST)
 
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lepuniv said ...

I would write god in small letters - since the word is only a title - except when the term refers to the non-exixting entity we are taught of.

The text would then be:


..."god" has absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with the creation of the world or the universe, stars, galaxies and the like, for the expression "god" has existed in the vastness of the universe for billions of years, from ancient times to the present, and it represents nothing more than the title of a person. Initially this title was "Ishwish" which means "god" when translated into our languages. But Ishwish, respectively god, is nothing more than another term for "King of Wisdom." It is a purely human title assigned to humans who were particularly knowledgeable, wise, and who possessed great mastery in everything. This term's significance, however, was distorted and falsified by humans on Earth, particularly by the early religions and those experienced in profiting from using the word. The result was that god, as a King of Wisdom, was removed and the people turned him into a Creator-God who, allegedly, had created the Earth, the sun and outer space. Numerous individuals, such as Jehovah and many others, even claimed of themselves to be Creator-Gods with the consequence that they were also revered and worshiped. One thing led to another and soon the original meaning of the word "god" was forgotten and, consequently, the purported Creator-Gods were able to victoriously march into the realm of the people's religions, sects and faiths.

--lepuniv 05:18, 3 June 2010 (BST)

Stuart said ...

To what do you ascribe benificent actions of 'compassion' brought about by 'Angellic' forces and the such like. Why are some people helped and others not. Do we have Angels, Guides and what happens after we die?

--Stuart 09:50, 27 August 2010 (BST)

Jamesm said ...

True angels are the celestial sons which is another name for extraterrestrial human beings. There is no such thing as spirit guides. There is the comprehensive consciousness block which speaks to you through your subconscious and is the little voice telling you what is best for you. But don't take my word for it as I may have spoken an untruth. Seek it out yourself.

The celestial sons are not allowed to intervene in our evolution but there are exceptions when they are.

When you die your experiences in this life are evaluated and then your spiritform goes into a kind of meditative state until it is reincarnated into a foetus on its 21st day of life.

--Jamesm 13:41, 27 August 2010 (BST)

Harygarfield said ...

"The result was that God, as a King of Wisdom, was removed" Why were they removed? Why did Jahova make himself a creator god? What were the consequences of his actions?

--Harygarfield 03:06, 5 October 2010 (BST)

Questions said ...

"No Creator-God exists in this sense" Do you mean in the earth human sense?

Is the name creation used so that the truth is being separated from the earth humans current understanding of god?

Could another name be used instead of creation, like energy, because energy is life, and life is creation?

I'm sorry I had it better written earlier and lost the comment, so this is the much shorter version.

--Questions 21:19, 28 July 2012 (BST)