Proof of God


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1.  The cosmos exists, which includes the entire universe, space and time.  Within this cosmos there exists billions of galaxies spread billions of light-years apart from one another.  Within these billions of galaxies, and within each one, there exists the stars which comprise these galaxies, and all the matter contained within them.  Galaxies vary in size, yet they average between one hundred and three hundred billion stars or suns, spheres which emanate great heat and light.   Some of these suns have celestial bodies orbiting around them, and these are known as planets.  Some of these planets have satellites orbiting around them and these are known as moons.  There exists trillions of planets throughout the Universe.

2. The planet called EARTH is one such planet in one galaxy known as the Milky Way.  It's location to the galactic core is three-quarters away from the center, toward the edge along a spiral.
The oldest parts of galaxies exist at their cores, and the youngest parts of galaxies may be found at the outer edges.  EARTH is closer to the outer edge of the Milky Way and is considered a younger planet, created from a younger, smaller star.  The star known to inhabitants of EARTH, is called the Sun, and it generates the heat and light which sustains all life upon the Earth.  There exists the following planets also in the Solar System in addition to Earth.  These are Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Neptune, Uranus and Pluto.  Some of these planets possess moons, but not all of them.

3.  The light from all celestial bodies travels approximately 186,000 miles per second to reach the Earth, and it is the speed of light which determines the distance between all other celestial bodies.  The speed of light is the distance light travels in one Earth calendar year.  Even this enormous distance (7 trillion miles) can be measured by parsecs (    ).  The Earth is separated from the nearest star, Alpha Centauri by a distance of 6 light years, or approximately 42 trillion miles.  The Earth is separated from the center of the galaxy (the Milky Way) by approximately 40,000 light years.  The Milky way is approximately 100,000 light years in diameter, and is considered a medium small size galaxy.  The Milky Way contains about 150 billion stars. All the stars in the Milky Way move around the core.  When all the stars within a galaxy makes one complete revolution around its core, this is called a Galactic Year.

4.  The distance between Galaxies vary between each other, however as a general rule, the distance between Galaxies are two and a half times greater than the diameter of the individual Galaxies.  The area between Galaxies is called Intergalactic space.  If the diameter of the average Galaxy is 100,000 light years, then the average distance between Galaxies may be 250,000 light years.

5. All the Galaxies are moving away from each other at the speed of nearly 100,000 miles per second.  Our Sun and solar system revolves around it's own central core of stars, or axis at the rate of approximately 75,000 miles per second.  Our Earth moves around the Sun once every 365.4 days or at the speed of (   ).  Our World also moves around its own axis once every 24 hours, at the speed of 24,000 miles per hour.

6.  For any thinking Being on the Earth, to contemplate the speed the Earth is moving, between the galaxies, around the galaxy, around the sun, and around the Earth's Axis, is to become aware of the true nature of reality, and the understanding of the Universe must begin with each individual's capacity to understand the nature of time.

7.  The nature of the Universe is change.  This is the most fundamental Law of the Universe.  The Universe, at every split-second has changed in space and in time.

8. This fundamental Law of change applies everywhere in the Universe and includes, of course, The Earth.  The Planet Earth is revolving on its axis once a day.  Every living being, with few exceptions, is constantly moving in some way or another.  Even the trees move, either to the rhythm of even the slightest breeze in the air, or in the growth of its root system seeking out greater stability and more water to absorb.

9.  As applied to Human Beings, the Law of Change is constant and unwavering.  Thinking is always changing from one thought to another, the body moves, even when still, breathing occurs.  When sleeping the body changes positions.  When awake, the body is always in motion, either being seated, standing, walking, moving, etc.  The body always moves, even when engaged in meditation.

10.  Thus Change is the nature of the Universe, of this can there be no doubt.  All things change, even though some things appear not to change, something always changes.  Since the fundamental nature of the Universe is change, then it is incumbent upon the individual to understand change and the nature of change, no matter what kind of life a person lives, no matter who they are, or where they are.

11.  Change falls into two categories, 1.  Constant, such as day and night, though this is always changing according to the position of the Earth as it revolves around the Sun, and 2. Inconstant, such as moving the body from one place to another, the unexpected, the surprise.  Constant means synchronous, and inconstant means unsynchcronized.

12.  Change may take place on multiple levels simultaneously.  The merging of unsynchronized events together is called SYNCHRONICITY.  And synchronicity means the coalescing in time of two or more events simultaneously.  At the moment when these events occurred they become temporarily synchronized, and then, immediately afterward, begin to change and become unsynchronized.

13.  The recognition upon the part of Intelligent beings that change is the most fundamental Law constitutes the beginning of living and understanding the nature of the cosmos, and of life on Earth.  To deny change in what ever degree, is to deny understanding, in the corresponding degree.  Thus the person who recognizes change, accepts it, lives by its Law, abides in it, is more in harmony with the fundamental Law of the Universe (change) than the person who does not recognize it, nor accepts it, nor lives by its Law, nor abides in it.  Such a person is in disharmony with the Universe according to their degree of separation from the Law.

14.  Thus the recognition of Change as the fundamental Law of the Universe, constitutes the greatest harmony one may possess in life with this Law.

15.  The greater the harmony one is synchronized, or synchronized with the Universe, the greater the ability to express the fundamental aspirations and emotions of the Human Being. To be synchronized means to be in harmony with changes when they occur.  Synchronization to the fundamental Law of change and to the First Cause (God) is harmony itself.

16. The most fundamental emotion of the Human Being is LOVE. Or, Love is the most fundamental outcome of the Law of Change. How does this operate?  Change is the fundamental Law of the Universe, the unfettered and harmonious recognition and adaptation to that change, synchronously, or asynchronously has as its product, LOVE.  Thus Love is the first principle operating in the Law of Change.  Love, then, as the first operating principle of the Law of Change, is thus the first human expression of that Law.  Thus Love is the most basic human expression of the Law of Change.

17. The nature of the Universe is change, Love is the first principle of that change as it is conceived and felt by Human Beings.  Thus it is the nature of Human Beings to Love.  Change is the first Law of the universe, and Love is the expression of that Law, thus Love is the Law of the Universe as expressed through the harmonious understanding of Fundamental Law.

18.  Thus, the understanding, and practice of Love, being at the foundation of the Universe, does not require belief in God to exist.  It exists on its own as a result of the fundamental Law of Change. Thus Love does not require a belief in the existence of God for it to be the first principle.  The living and practice of Love, then, in harmony with Change as the fundamental Law, is the first principle of living, and as such, constitutes the primary and most important aspect of living on Earth.

19.  Love, possesses within its power, to conceive of, and live by the concept of something greater.  This "something greater" is that which created the power and feeling of Love, This something greater is that which makes change possible.  If the first Law of the Universe is change, than the first cause of this Law is what is known as God - the governing force of all things, universal, cosmic, metaphysical, and mystical.  Love has the power to breakthrough and think, know, feel, see, hear, and be, in a greater dimension than just the physical aspects of the Earth.  Thus Love has the power to conceive, and be the breakthrough between the physical and the non-physical, and since Love is the first principle of the Law of Change, than God is the first cause of that principle.  Here is proof of the existence of God.

20.  To restate the Law.  Change is the fundamental Law of the Universe, everything, all galaxies, stars, planets, satellites, are in constant change.  The nature of human life is constantly changing, every second, every moment and each split-second instant.  To the degree one accepts this law of Change is to the degree one is in harmony with the Law.  To the degree one is in harmony with the Law, is to understand the first principle of that Law, which is Love, the ultimate harmony of the Law of Changes.  Love has the power to conceive of, see, hear, know, be, wonder, feel, exist in, the greater dimension the universe has to offer.  This greater dimension of love is God.  Thus God, is the first Cause of the first Law of the universe which is change, which is the first principle which is Love, and Love is the first principle of the first Law, which is change.  Thus God is at the heart of the Law of Change, and God, which is the first cause is also Love which is the result of the first principle of the Universe.

21.  Change is the fundamental law behind the existence of the Universe, God is the Cause of the fundamental law, and the result of that law, when in harmony, is Love.

22. The first expression of harmony, is sound.  Sound may be expressed in three forms, 1. Music, 2. The sound of Words. 3. All other sounds.  Word requires sound to express itself.  Thus sound, through music or through word, is the fundamental expression of harmony, which is the result of Love, which is the first principle of the Law of Change, which is the result of the First Cause, which is God.

23.  Thus sound, as the first expression of harmony, which is the first expression of the first principle which is love, which is the result of the Law of Change, the fundamental Law of the Universe, which is the result of First Cause, which is God, is the foremost means of defining and expressing itself through music and words By virtue of its status, as the result of harmony, it is the most fundamental means of discovering what is the Universe, the cosmos, time and space, the mystery, and the nature of God.

24.  Sound through Words, and through Music, are the means by which the Universe and God may be defined, though the Human Being has immense capacity intuitively, insightfully, and through faith, come to exist in a state of being greater than just physical life.

25.  Let us define God as the first Cause behind the fundamental Law of Change.  That which is the cause of change, possesses the power to cause the movement of the Galaxies, with each respective star within that galaxy to move around their own Galactic Core.  That power which causes the Law of change in the Universe, to move the Galaxies from within, and without, by its own nature, by creating Change as the fundamental law must have also caused the Universe to come into existence.

26.  If the Universe came into existence on its own, without the Law of change as the first principle, how could the Galaxies have evolved and changed on their own?  They would have been static, ever changeless.  This is not true, even whole Galaxies, containing billions of stars, die, they expunge into colossal black holes where even light itself is sucked in.  If light is sucked into a black hole, then Time is also sucked in.  This is not a static universe, it is always changing, that which caused it to change is the First Cause, and we may, for sake of a better word, name this First Cause, God.

27. What then, is First Cause, how did it come into existence?  The answer is simple.  First Cause means First, number One, the whole, the all, the everything included without exception, the Absolute number, it may be presumed that First Cause always existed and that time, measured by the speed of light, is but a result of that First Cause.  Thus the First Cause (God) exists out of time, or not in time, or beyond time.  God then, is not Of time, or one might say, that First Cause is all inclusive, and that time is part of that inclusion, yet since First Cause is number one, and that we accept that the whole Universe and all time and space is part of the One and All, then we must accept that First Cause is One, that God is One, and that God is All.  There can be no other conclusion.

28.  If we were to state that before the number One is Zero, and Zero meaning nothing, proves the non-existence of God, then zero must also prove the existence of nothing.  How can nothing exist,
if existence, by itself, suggests something.  Thus Zero by itself, without any other number before or after it, cannot exist other than to express the concept of nothing, Nothing, NOTHING,  Zero, nothing, no thing, nonsense.

29. Thus one might state that First Cause, (God) is the creator of the First Law (Change) which has as its first principle, Love, which results in Harmony, which then creates sound, and from sound the word comes into being, along with music.  Here then, may be found that which permeates the whole universe, not just the Earth, and herein may we discover the nature of Universal Truth.

30.  Universal Spirituality is defined as a common approach to the nature of the Universe by all sentient beings on the Earth, and throughout the Universe.  Just as advanced science on the Earth, and the observations of the most advanced Astronomy prove physics is universal, and the elements which exist on the Earth, exist even to the farthest reaches we can sense through human-created instruments, we know, beyond doubt, the Universe is atomic in nature.  Atoms, elements, molecules bind one thing to another and that the Universe is made up of the same "stuff" and matter, although there is still much to be discovered.

31.  If Universal Spirituality can be defined, and is made available, in a clear and cogent manner, to all People on Earth, or to all Intelligent Beings in the Universe, then it follows that Universal Spirituality must be the same for all and everyone, whether on the Earth, or not.  If the First Cause is what we name God, and the most fundamental Law of the Universe is Change, then God is one and the same of All, wherever in the Universe we may reside, there cannot be any exception to this.

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