Monday, September 18, 2006:

The leaven or yeast of the Pharisees is the magnification or expansion of doubt in God. It is the magnification or expansion of belief in the mundane creator such as the Empire (Beast) that cannot bring forth.

The double-slit experiment is for a sign. The scientists are shown in the double-slit experiment what the Gospel says and what Jesus showed. It exposes the leaven of the Pharisees.

The scientists are to know the things (electrons, photons, etc.) by their fruits. The particles show the result of waves (plural and out of time, showing infinity) by one particle.

When the scientists doubt the infinite living being and attempt to force a viewing (record, measure) of the infinite while in their (the scientist's) spirit of selfishness, the wave's results no longer manifest. The scientists are deprived for a while (meaningfully) by reason of their approach, their methodology.

Will selfishness continue to pry? Of course it will. Will the so-called knowledge continue increasing? It will continue increasing until it destroys itself. Is looking a bad thing? It isn't a bad thing when it is in the spirit of unselfishness giving all credit to that spirit as God. Knowledge without wisdom is dangerous ignorance.

The new earth and new heaven as one is the result of no doubt in the infinite who is one and a living being before the potential of mere manifestation to our senses and artificial sensors.

If you believe your senses when a particle results in the single-dot image of waves, then do not doubt the miracle of the five loaves feeding the five thousand with twelve baskets of bread left over (mundanely and spiritually expressed as supernatural-superabundance).

This supernatural-superabundance is, and is not, the result of magical thinking. It is as magical from many human views but not from God's. God is not above God. God knows from whenst God's miracles derive, beyond our comprehension, other than in the final analysis to comprehend to accept. Jesus did that: Accepted. He took God for granted in the unselfish spirit at the same time crediting God alone for working through Jesus. It is ultimate trust and respect and worshipping the unselfish spirit.

Accepting it becomes not magical but rather God's nature for righteousness. God provides God's own whose souls cannot be killed by false prophets, Beasts, or Dragon.

Our language is reaching for God. Our language is bringing God. Our language is God. The word-meanings are in superposition contexts vis-à-vis each other. Do you see the quantum mechanics of language and the language of quantum mechanics as one? The language of the revelation has always been this.

Every soul will forever be beholden to God whether any soul knows it or not. We can do nothing without God. The scientists are (exist) solely by God's grace. Their view may be lacking the knowledge of God's presence or hand, but that doesn't kill any part of God who was before all and cannot be undone by humans or their constructs. God has the wave-particle ability and infinitely more.

This is mystical or esoteric talk not because it is yoked to every imagination of those claiming mystical understanding but rather because what hadn't been considered is now being considered. The mind of humanity is finding (and being found by in that sense) God, truth, reality as one.


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