Creation as I perceive it

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Creation as I perceive it

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Post by Alan McDougall » Mon Oct 26, 2009 2:20 am


Aware of infinite potential in vast unplowed fields of nothing, I strode with great beams of cosmic light toward the boundless infinite horizon of eternity, sowing seeds of existence before the timeless moment of creation. I am the boundless mind, original self-awareness the cause of everything, relative to nothing I am “this”.

On the panorama of bleak blackness, I am “the absolute”, sowing universal energy. Reality was my aim and the beauty of my achievement. Illuminating the darkness with beams of dazzling radiant glory was the first event of reason. I formulated in my mind the first numbers and called them “zero” and “one”,

With the simplicities and realities of the fundamentals of' “one and 'zero”, “I made everything”. I am Prime Mover and there was no proponent to my “first cause”. I am the “immovable rock” and the” alpha point”. I took these first numbers and weaved them into the fabric of the reality, creating all the limitless universes on the infinite timeless foam of nothing, which now makes all up existence. Indeed, I am the almighty one. If you are, wise do one thing "Respect me the Lord".

I am the Light Being who came into the dark and the dark knew me not

I am the creator of the totality of all existence known by many names and titles but you must all refer to be by the title that can never be confused by anyone. Call me the “Almighty One”.

If you are wise respect me for I am your Lord

I AM LIFE

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Post by N4SC » Mon Nov 02, 2009 12:28 pm

Okay...so what are you saying here?
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Post by Alan McDougall » Thu Nov 05, 2009 1:14 am

N4SC wrote:Okay...so what are you saying here?


Creation as I perceive it is what I am saying, and if you read it carefully it does not clash with scripture
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Post by Gabrielman » Thu Nov 05, 2009 1:34 am

That's actually pretty good. I liked the way you wrote that, and how you wrote it from God's point of view. Quite an interesting way to precive it, :clap: Good job! Did you ever use this as a report for school or collage, or is this just something you did on your own promting? Either way I really do like it!
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Post by Alan McDougall » Thu Nov 05, 2009 2:11 am

Gabrielman wrote:That's actually pretty good. I liked the way you wrote that, and how you wrote it from God's point of view. Quite an interesting way to precive it, :clap: Good job! Did you ever use this as a report for school or collage, or is this just something you did on your own promting? Either way I really do like it!

I am long passed school but yes this is my own work it came by me thinking about how God created existence etc
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Post by ageofknowledge » Thu Nov 05, 2009 10:48 am

I prefer the Genesis account.

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Post by Gabrielman » Fri Nov 06, 2009 3:15 pm

I am simply saying that I love how he did it in an artistic manner, not that I agree. I am very artistic myself, so when someone does something creative like this, like their own interpritation, it is something I can relate to.

On an off topic not, Age is that new avitar you! :D I like that avitar better than the old one! Really cool!
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Post by ageofknowledge » Fri Nov 06, 2009 6:01 pm

I'm going to shave my head and put on a wife beater and some chucks for my next one... maybe some Ray-Ban wrap around sunglasses. I've done it before. No really I have. :pound:

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Post by Alan McDougall » Mon Nov 09, 2009 2:06 am

ageofknowledge wrote:I prefer the Genesis account.


You really prefer the account by old man Moses, he was also musing on creation like I did, he did not get a facsimile from God did he??
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Post by ageofknowledge » Mon Nov 09, 2009 9:20 am

Alan McDougall wrote:
ageofknowledge wrote:I prefer the Genesis account.


You really prefer the account by old man Moses, he was also musing on creation like I did, he did not get a facsimile from God did he??
God spoke to him. Audibly. So that other people present could hear every word. And what must it have been like to look up and see the daily spectacle of a pillar of cloud, or a pillar of fire floating above you directing your travels. Unlike you, Moses wasn't just musing.

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Post by Alan McDougall » Mon Nov 09, 2009 10:49 pm

ageofknowledge wrote:
Alan McDougall wrote:
ageofknowledge wrote:I prefer the Genesis account.


You really prefer the account by old man Moses, he was also musing on creation like I did, he did not get a facsimile from God did he??
God spoke to him. Audibly. So that other people present could hear every word. And what must it have been like to look up and see the daily spectacle of a pillar of cloud, or a pillar of fire floating above you directing your travels. Unlike you, Moses wasn't just musing.

That is an assumption!!
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Post by Gabrielman » Mon Nov 09, 2009 10:53 pm

ageofknowledge wrote:God spoke to him. Audibly. So that other people present could hear every word. And what must it have been like to look up and see the daily spectacle of a pillar of cloud, or a pillar of fire floating above you directing your travels. Unlike you, Moses wasn't just musing.
Alan McDougall wrote:That is an assumption!!
No, that is the word of God.
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Post by Alan McDougall » Mon Nov 09, 2009 11:00 pm

Gabrielman wrote:
ageofknowledge wrote:God spoke to him. Audibly. So that other people present could hear every word. And what must it have been like to look up and see the daily spectacle of a pillar of cloud, or a pillar of fire floating above you directing your travels. Unlike you, Moses wasn't just musing.
Alan McDougall wrote:That is an assumption!!
No, that is the word of God.
I agree it is the word of God, but it is an assumption that God spoke it to Moses Audibly. Has God stopped speaking to man, is it impossible that he might elaborate on the book of Genesis through me


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Post by ageofknowledge » Mon Nov 09, 2009 11:17 pm

Alan McDougall wrote:
Gabrielman wrote:
ageofknowledge wrote:God spoke to him. Audibly. So that other people present could hear every word. And what must it have been like to look up and see the daily spectacle of a pillar of cloud, or a pillar of fire floating above you directing your travels. Unlike you, Moses wasn't just musing.
Alan McDougall wrote:That is an assumption!!
No, that is the word of God.
I agree it is the word of God, but it is an assumption that God spoke it to Moses Audibly. Has God stopped speaking to man, is it impossible that he might elaborate on the book of Genesis through me


To me Your writing sounds like either you're just trying to be creative with God's Word or you're into New Age philosophy.

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Post by Alan McDougall » Tue Nov 10, 2009 1:31 am

ageofknowledge wrote:
Alan McDougall wrote:
Gabrielman wrote:
ageofknowledge wrote:God spoke to him. Audibly. So that other people present could hear every word. And what must it have been like to look up and see the daily spectacle of a pillar of cloud, or a pillar of fire floating above you directing your travels. Unlike you, Moses wasn't just musing.
Alan McDougall wrote:That is an assumption!!
No, that is the word of God.
I agree it is the word of God, but it is an assumption that God spoke it to Moses Audibly. Has God stopped speaking to man, is it impossible that he might elaborate on the book of Genesis through me


To me Your writing sounds like either you're just trying to be creative with God's Word or you're into New Age philosophy.


Does my posts lead you to think I am new age? Surely not putting things in biblical language does not make me new age.

Read my signature below, do you think a new ager would use that sort of language. Be careful before you label anyone, wait until l you know me better.

I do not like all this new age nonsense that everything is lovey dovey that there is no such thing as evil
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