So, who is this God that people have fought and killed for, for millennia? Were there really commands given by this God to execute the carnage that proposed history reports? Certainly not, and I’m about to tell you why. You have to step out of the literal and historical interpretations, and into the metaphysical and esoteric view of scripture.

Quite simply, what is called God; is the entirety of the Universe … everything contained within the Universe, existing in the form of pure Energy – conscious, intelligent Energy – in Whom we live and move and have our Being; thus we live in the presence of God whether chosen, or not. Its just fact. God is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent. This means all powerful, all knowing, and present in all of creation. Therefore, there is no room for anything but God … or the energy of the Source of all that is.

At the very centre of this Divine Energy is The Source of this Energy who many would call “God”. This Divine Energy vibrates at ever decreasing frequencies the further outwards from The Source, until finally, at the outermost limits of The Universe, and farthest from The Source Energy is the manifestation of God with the lowest frequency, highest density of all, the physical Universe of “matter/form” which is familiar to us all.

“And so, having studied the atom, I am telling you that there is no matter as such. All matter arises and persists only due to a force that causes the atomic particles to vibrate, holding them together in the tiniest of solar systems, the atom.”

~Max Planck, Physicist

The physical world (matter) exists at a low vibration and high density by comparison to the Universe as a whole (holy). Yet, it is all vibrating frequencies and Energy. It is true that we are made in the Image of God, but not the personified image, not the deity in human form of the dogmatic religions, but rather we are “made/imagined”, or thought into existence in the Spiritual image of God. What is God … is pure Energy … and so too are we as human beings pure Energy made in the “imagination” or image of God, and we are always in the eternal presence of God, Who lives in us, through us, and as us.

~Justin Taylor, ORDM.

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