God-delusion and God-delusion Insanity
By Marianne Uehlinger, Switzerland, August 21st, 2009
As with every book written by "Billy" Eduard Albert Meier, God-delusion and God-delusion Insanity, is absolutely unlike any other. In a little more than three months, he has, once again, written a unique masterpiece for which there is no equal. The book God-delusion and God-delusion Insanity, is a totally "hot" book, in which "Billy" Eduard Albert Meier (BEAM) deliveres a great deal of explosive material. However, at the same time, in contrast to other authors who do not know the truth and therefore cannot say anything about it, Billy brings the "fire extinguisher", in that he explains the truth about the Creation Universal Consciousness and how the human being – if he or she wills it – can come away from his or her god-delusion and come to the truth.
Of the seven and a half billion human beings, which, at this point in time, consititute the Earth’s population, four-fifths profess a belief in one of the six world religions or in one of the sects which have emerged from them. They believe in a god whose name may not be named; they believe in a creator-god, in Jesus Christ and diverse saints; in Allah, in Shiva and Brahma – or whatever they are all called – in nature gods, in tin gods, and so forth. They are mostly also firmly convinced that they thereby believe in the legitimate creator of our universe and the one who determines their fate. They pray and beg for favour, health, objects or material wealth; hang rosaries over the rear view mirror in the car, and crosses around their necks, to achieve immunity from accidents and everything bad. They sacrifice food, plants, money, animals and, in earlier times (or even still today?) human beings – above all children and virgins – in order to make their god, their goddess or their tin gods kind and merciful, and to win them over. They give their long dark hair to the temple – which earns millions therewith – in exchange for a good harvest; they throw small children from a high tower into the depths – where, after a nose dive and much dread, they are caught with a blanket (India) – which is supposed to bring the family luck and health, and much more. All are acts of total dim-wittedness and brainlessness. No believer ever asks him or herself in which manner his or her god, his or her goddess or his or her tin god is actually supposed to meet the demands. How does the creator-god manage to simultaneously maintain the gigantic universe, and everything contained therein, while concerning himself with their small harvests, their pleading and begging and their individual wellbeing? That is totally impossible, above all when one considers that a creator would indeed be responsible for all human beings in the universe. Whoever reads this, and is a believer, will naturally, immediately have an explanation at hand, even if it is very daft, ridiculous and irrational. Their god makes everything possible. He can easily violate all the physical laws without negative effects.
Whoever is not really a believer, rather is simply one who goes along with it, has by now at the latest, after consideration, noticed that something cannot be correct. And here is exactly where God-delusion and God-delusion Insanity, comes in. "Billy" Eduard Albert Meier shows, in truth and logic and with clear, precise, pointed, but also incisive words – without wanting to offend the believing Earth humans – why there is no god and no creator-god, as well as why there are no gods and no tin gods. He shows, instead, that it is thereby to do with a delusion which has been inherited, caused by indoctrination, has been instilled, or has been volutarily created, and therefore is to do with a form of schizophrenia. The whole thing is pure imagination. It is a delusion. God has been genetically inherited, over millions of years, in the form of a schizophrenic, epileptic delusion, and is established in the brain’s temporal and parietal lobes. Since children are pestered with belief and led into confusion ever earlier – if not by parents, grandparents or other gardians, then by believing teachers (so-called Creationists) – there is always more suffering and grief in this world. The supposed radiance in the eyes of the believers and their blissfully ecstatic facial expressions reflect their will-o’-the-wisp god-delusion and are not, for example, expressions of inner harmony, love, peace, freedom and joy. For those who have knowledge of the truth, the difference is obvious.
In contrast to other authors, for example, the evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins, in The God Delusion, or Sam Harris in, The End of Faith – who do not themselves appear to know any truth about the activity of Creation (Dawkins even explicitly denies it) or in fact regard everything as chance and without purpose and effect – Billy’s "tool" is his enormous knowledge, and his wisdom, which has never before been achieved by any human being. This wisdom relates to the Creation Universal Consicousness and everything contained therin. Billy does not just point out and warn, rather he explains and instructs, and he provides answers! These are answers to the Earth humans’ millenia-old questions and also the questions which are just as relevant today, which could, for example, sound like this: '"If god is only a figment of the imagination or a delusion, then who is watching us? What is Creation then? If nothing is chance and chaos, then how is it really? etc. "'
Billy’s statements are hard, well-formulated and precise. They will not fail to have their desired effect. But, if you now think that you will get to read that all the emblems of the religions will have to be removed and religions forbidden, then you are enormously in error. It is quite the opposite. For Billy, the human beings’ freedom is inviolable. He writes about that right at the beginning of the book:
"Wahrlich, es ist nicht des Rechtens, Meinungsvertretenden und Religionsgläubigen resp. Gottesgläubigen Stätten zu verbieten, in denen sie sich einzeln oder in Gruppen zum meinungsmässigen Austausch oder zur religiösen Besinnung zurückziehen oder zusammenfinden können, denn das entspricht nicht der Meinungs- und Glaubensfreiheit.