Can’t stop thinking about who is the God or God’s that created mankind?
Created in which sense?
The Human Species
Which part of it is what I’m meaning. Are we talking created in the JCI sense of the word? Because honestly I dont think any if thats the case.
We evolved, just as many other animals have. I’m sure as we began tapping into this stuff certain entities began trying to lead us, but past that nothing created us IMO.
The chaos mother.
Who is the Chaos, mother?
Are you talking about Tiamat?
To me, the void shaped us. As soon as you said Chaos thats where my mind went. All forces can be seen as feminine or masculine, so I suppose that in a way you could call the void mother just as easily as father.
That’s exactly what I said. You’re absolutely correct.
Great intuition, that’ll serve you well.
Well… Yes? But not just her.
Ah.I see I’m quite new to this void stuff so I’m trying to get a grip on this subject
Thank you kindly
Its a rabbit hole. Takes some getting used to. The more you experience the void the more you will understand of it
The void is the place of all creation and all destruction. It is the birth place of Gods and their deathbeds. All is born and destroyed there. Over and over and over again.
IMO the concept of the All from the Kybalion explains the universe’s origin spiritually, via a chaos stage to create random patterns & isolate consciousness, then in terms of physical human origins, I think we were either GMO’d using a primate base or maybe outright imported from another location, not necessarily planet, and left to develop.
“It is the birthplace of Gods and their deathbeds” What does that mean Gods can die? Sorry to bother I’m just really invested now.
Anything and everything can and will die. The only absolute I’ve been shown is the void
Death is just temporary. Yes, we can die, but not forever. The void is the womb of the mother, a place of destruction and creation, thus also evolution.
So we are reborn in the womb of the mother?
We are born there, we die there, and we are reborn there. I like to call it the “Zero Point”.