Talk:How did our universe and our world come into existence?

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ory said ...

How many absolute absolutums are in existence .

and absolute perfection does not exist anywere , do you agree .

--ory 05:57, 29 March 2010 (BST)

Hawaiian said ...

Just my opinion, from what I can gather, the Absolute Absolution is the highest "state of BEING" reached after Creation has evolved or "obtained" the 10 to the 49th power of evolution, in which more Creation(s) are created and "adds" to the endless/timeless of a never ending "expansion" of the Absolute Absolution which "exists" in the non-space realm.

Absolute Perfection can never be "obtained", it is always evolving, and if it did reach that "stage", then evolution will cease to is a never ending process that continues forever.

"It" or better described as

--Hawaiian 07:28, 29 March 2010 (BST)

Suv said ...

Even Creation is evolving. So absolute pefection does not exists.

Even the Absolute Absolutum evolves into Ur-Absolutum, Central Absolutum, Creations Absolutum, Super Absolutum, Sohar Absolutum, BEING Absolutum and possibly many more higher Absolutum forms.

--Suv 17:13, 29 March 2010 (BST)

Stuart said ...

Hi, I do not have a religious axe to grind, but I find the comment about being no Creator God. If these happening are the result of 'Spiritual-Physical' processes, how can a 'Creator' not be involved. Also, this 'birthing' process was set up to behave in a particular manner. Where did it's programming come from?


--Stuart 09:45, 27 August 2010 (BST)

Noahochoa said ...

can you explain the 7 universal belts to me?

--Noahochoa 07:47, 25 November 2010 (UTC)

Noahochoa said ...

can you explain the 7 universal belts to me?

--Noahochoa 07:49, 25 November 2010 (UTC)

Sanjin said ...

Stuart, something did in a sense give birth to the Creation, but the Creation itself created the visible universe from its own idea. In a similar sense, someone did give birth to you, but you are still creating your life.

Noahochoa, FIGU Bulletin #5 has a good explanation or just do a search on "belts" to see what the Plejaren say themselves.

--Sanjin 17:17, 25 November 2010 (UTC)

Usedname said ...

Glory be to the Creation. :) Extremely difficult and seemingly impossible is the distribution of the truth about the almighty Creation,its laws and recommendations. Seems like my existence on Earth is amongst degenerate primates who swing on the vines of trees in a jungle of impenetrable ignorance, arrogance,and megalomania. :(

--Usedname 11:31, 10 March 2011 (UTC)

Hawaiian said ...

Actually it would be futile in attempting to conceptualize where or when Creation starts or ends because “its” idea is a result of countless accumulations of knowledge and experiences from various foundations of evolution to include the material as well as the non-material realms of existence.

The very nature of Creation is the evolutionary process of being into BEING and BEING into being and so forth, the merging from the physical to the half physical/spiritual to the Arahat Athersata to the Petale and so forth. Thus Creation can never be “contained” in any shape, form or thoughts for doing so (if possible?) would violate its free will of evolutionary nature.

It is like saying “I will think for you, therefore I am you”! You are not longer unique but just another clone that has just stopped evolving.

--Hawaiian 18:48, 10 March 2011 (UTC)

Radacci said ...

is there an inconsistency here? it states at the first line that big bang comes from ur-universe. but it says creation universe is the lowest evolution state, and next comes ur-universe? if we're an creation universe, how can creation universe exist before ur-universe, which gives it birth?

--Radacci 20:03, 16 July 2011 (BST)

Markvd said ...

Our universe has a twin I wonder if it had octuplets and that occured because of the big bang X2 and the Earth came to be through billions of years of collsions in which our planet came to be. It's amazing how quickly we can destroy a planet knowing how long it takes to create one. Weird.

--Markvd 07:32, 17 July 2011 (BST)

Hawaiian said ...

Excellent summary and I would like to add a little "salt" to the bitter truth that NO god or gods or for that matter any religious dogma has a MONOPOLY on Creation! For Creation, because it is Relatively perfect and constantly evolving forever "it" needs more knowledge and experiences to continue merging into more creative endeavors.

Thus, every single human and other intelligences knowledge/experiences will also in due course merge into the Absolute Absolutum to again create more wonderful things. To claim that these god or gods have absolute control of Creation is a travesty of justice against humanity for this concept only validates the barbaric nature of some parasitic entity existing at the expense others.

--Hawaiian 01:02, 31 August 2011 (BST)