From the perspective of the writing of this book, the modern reality is highly corrupt, and highly damaged. The normal desires of intelligent beings are only faintly represented by this reality. Certainly, there is the sensational series of advertisements and social conversation that always suggests that the world is progressing, but the current reality, as it is, is certainly a damaged view of what would logically be entirely desirable.
In the manifestation of reality, from the perspective of where this book was written, there is large-scale hardship and damage to anything considered ideal or intentional. The world is composed as if it were created by demons, slashing and throwing items about into a giant and catastrophic mess. People who inhabit the place are faced with a highly promoted zeal of work, born from the desperation of living in a need-oriented and desperation-oriented (Satanic) world.
In trying to understand why the world is the way it is, and why it is not very resembling of what is ideologically logical, I propose an interesting theory. This theory acknowledges the murder of Jesus Christ, who is considered to be an incarnation of God. It uniquely attempts to refute the idea that God should have a “God-head” which is followed by a bunch of beings called “angels.”
Assuming the philosophy already mentioned in this book, we realize angels really are ideas which manifest life in different ways, as we desire to discover reality and ourselves, from a variety of contexts, focuses, and perspectives. In Hindu theology, it is assumed there is a head of God as well as a bunch of servants who resemble people — or, at least, carry personable personas — and the whole God, somewhat arguably, is referred to as “Brahman.” (Arguably as Krishna is considered to be both the entire Brahman as well as the leader of the Brahman, which are two possibly contradictory statements if it is to be believed that there is a such thing as a “God-head.”)
Already mentioned in this book is the story of the fall of man and how reality can become corrupted, as mentioned in the story of Lucifer, where the image took precedence over knowledge and eventually replaced knowledge, leading Lucifer to suffering and a distance from eternal truth and thus God.
What is worth noticing is that ideologically, people are created out of their unique memories. The perspective in which this book is written proclaims people to be simply biological replicants of some ungrateful zeitgeist, which lives beyond any individual. (In other words, it assumes people are merely pawns of a collectivist average — a mythological and fabricated “I” or identity that supposedly represents mankind. It has already been mentioned that the averaging of people in order to suppose some kind of super-being is fallible and also stupid, as an average of people cannot be considered a unique being, and cannot be considered any more able or responsible than what the averaging of people literally entails.)
Obviously, this world is awful. Therefore, I propose a theory as to why, as well as theorizing an interesting way to repair the world, into a healthy order.
Ideologically (without there being any strange, fatal, and awful disaster, as is with the fall of man), each person possesses a unique body (possessing the uniqueness and differentiation indicated in the metaphor of possessing “skin”), and these individual bodies are constructed from the accumulated memories of the person who is the body and owns the body, as well.
There is a lot of mocking of the idea that God can have a son, particularly among Muslims and even among the Jewish, and I suspect this mockery even extends to the Eastern religions, as it is illogical to consider someone being a son of oneself.
Additionally, in the memories of the murder of Jesus Christ, we see a picture of Jesus Christ, as if he were a product of biological replication, instead of being a being manifest of one’s own personal memories. It is as if the heinous beings that committed the murder of Jesus had crept deep into God’s actual body, the same way as parasites and diseases would, to force the exterior of his body to die and to eventually find his center, which ultimately is simply a person, and to finish killing the entirety of God by murdering Jesus in a heinous and unjust act of cruelty.
For about 2000 years, then, God has been dead, and may still be dead, at least as a truly manifest being. Here we would simply know the eternal spirit, but not actually God, who would logically not be invisible if we truly knew him. In other words, while the spirit of God may be everlasting, the manifestation and body of God may likely still be dead, from the time the heinous disease-ridden parasitic villains murdered Jesus Christ.
I suspect that the Jewish people largely did not considered Jesus Christ to be the Messiah due to the fact that there appears to be a strange tendency not to see God’s entire body, but instead his center — something that may have been obviously an attempt of getting closer to the ability to murder, and perhaps people knew, back then, that that was a horrible idea to entertain. The idea that God has a son is the same idea that one’s body has a son inside of itself — that one is actually the son of one’s own body, rather than actually being one’s entire body.
Now we live in an awful world (albeit the ads always say it’s “not too bad,” although they fail to mention their comparative reference that they use to announce such a statement, i.e. what a good world would be), where everyone is made of vulnerable bodies that experience difficulty with the mastery of the world, and also feature many other problems as well. The common human bodies here do not naturally remember a great deal of memory — as if this life was the only life that has ever existed or will ever exist. Instead, they are reminiscent of a short-lived animal of enthusiastic participation.
Thus, when one is born, in this current world, then one may be theoretically born inside of one’s own body, surrounded with one’s own thoughts that represent a mixture of biological activities, thoughts about others, and echoes of being. That is, the entire world (and contextual universe) is really a biological entity that is one’s actual body, and their loss of true manifestation is indicated by the false belief that people, cars, and all items are literally as they appear to be. Even in Hinduism, we learn that there happens to be a veil that perceptually separates us from the truth, and only through mindfulness can we manage to learn the truth, despite the lying eyes and sleazy tongue of a fallen perception.
Certainly, born into a world with hardly a memory, the first sensible thing a person could do is to learn the language that people use to communicate ideas with one another. This language of the world, like words about travel, health, philosophy, and consumption, serves as vital conversational carriers — ideas that carry general communication. Certainly, this is a vital skill for a person who is theoretically regaining consciousness after having been murdered many years ago. (Theoretically, if God was murdered, then there would be no truth life — the murder of God is logically the murder of everyone, as the heinous disease-ridden imbeciles likely targeted the idea of life itself, as a stupid obsession with doing the stupidest thing conceivable, thus causing a prolonged extinction, while the body or bodies all slowly attempted to reassemble, up to the point where the body is healthy enough to support the basic intelligent and lively faculties of person to whom the body belongs.)
Nonetheless, at this point in my life, and perhaps as a reflection of the evolution of the whole world, I have learned the language of interpersonal communication quite well, and I do wonder about this new theory, which is quite sensible, as it would be insensible and, additionally, untenable, to think that life inherently and eternally orbits suffering. Instead, considering that untenable suggestion, there must be a different truth. In the spirit of Buddhism and Hinduism as well, using the faculties of the mind can ultimately allow us to see beyond the perceptual lie. Even with a Biblical understanding, Lucifer fell because perception was prioritized over true and divine knowledge. All of these advices and words of wisdom do suggest that one is required to use knowledgeability to overcome the lying perception of a corrupted reality.
Thus, as I have now established the context for this theory, I will present it plainly. Each person is born inside of their own body. The environment is composed of the thoughts of this body, although there is a horrible misconfiguration that prevents the body from regaining its life and original state of wellness. The first thing to learn is to communicate. A clear corollary of this theory is that each person technically lives in a different planet (and universe), and shares a fairly common perspective of reality, where the person is born as a child of one’s own body. This is obviously an attempt of the body to come back to life. After learning the words that are shared amongst peers — the words that describe the different facets and attributes of a shareable reality, I propose that the remaining words are highly specific to the individual’s body and are gigantic in size, detail, and length, and are very subjective, and the person, once having learned the words of interpersonal communication, would then begin using the more specific words of the individual body, at least in thought (as the body is an entire thinking and remembering being). This would be more familiar to the body, which also understands these specific and unique words that only occur in the biological internals of the whole body — the body made of one’s entire memory, which may be millions, billions, trillions, or even more years of approximate time of memory accumulation. The people one knows are the thoughts of people who live outside of the body, mixed with echoes of one’s issuance of being, or the personal “I am.” Thus, one knows people outside of their own body from inside one’s mind (as true sight is done by mind), mixed with the various thoughts of being and more mechanical processes — the processes by which memories collaborate to form the entire person.
Interestingly, even before the famously depressing death of Jesus Christ, Hinduism stated God as also being a son of himself, in that there is a big God and in the middle a small God which corrects the momentum of what is otherwise simply a machine. This, again, sounds like there was a great attempt to murder God, and while, at this time, I have only managed to mindfully and with the maintenance of lucid awareness read approximately half of the Mahabharata, I have read that Krishna dies at the end. After which, it is logical to presume that the body of God is built of a specifically magnetic memory and momentum, but is no longer alive. How the enemy broke God’s body so that he’s known as the corrector of eternal bodily momentum (a “God-head”) is currently unknown to me, but perhaps after some more reading and research, I’ll find an intriguing answer.
Let us remember that if life, itself, dies, and if truth, itself, dies, and if the way to leave suffering dies, then everyone has died, except perhaps strange mutant slime. (I would not be abashed to suggest that the murderers of Jesus were simply walking and talking diseases and mutant slime — the true nature of those who ate from the forbidden tree, which is apparently and obviously a tree of death, but the Bible, as read in this environment, certainly made it more of a thought puzzle, despite eventually noticing obvious facts that are so easily ignored by the modern ignorant and ambivalent mind — prone to the infection of corrupt tendency.)
Thus, to think that God has a son is interesting. It is not because it may or may not be true, but because of what that statement likely implies. This suggests that when God was murdered (by those who abhorrently and abominably target the idea of life, truth, and safety from suffering), all people died, except perhaps a race of talking diseases, who could survive strange and horrid conditions unfavorable to actual life. (Even viruses can go dormant when it’s inconvenient and there is no host around, just to spring back into animation, once again, living off of the living and providing no life of its own; contributing to the being ideas such as usury and gluttony, whether it is interpreted biologically or interpersonally.)
Thus, it is not unlikely that most or all people are to go through this self-restoration process. Unfortunately, this world, from where this book is written, appears clearly to be a very much destroyed body. It suggests that the restoration of the body is likely impossible, and the life of the body is likely to eventually die, leaving behind, once again, a body that does not know itself, until the return of the life of the body, after the body has readjusted enough to suggest it can be repaired if the life of the body is to return.
Therefore, the process of life is first to learn communication and secondly to realize that the entire world is one body that is in a potentially fatal disarray, that belongs to the obviously only singular and individual person in the body (other people experiencing a similar nature live, similarly, in their own personal and ultimately subjective bodies). After learning the clear language of social culture, according to this plausible theory (which, unlike any other theory, logically suffices at explaining an obvious problem that exists with the current understanding of reality), one must then begin to learn to think in terms of one’s own person biology. The biology of an individual, sparing the communicable idea of a working body — the realm of social medical care — is made up of potentially billions of years of memories which only the individual and the individual’s body (which should be singular but are not) can understand. Words like “goobely-doey” may denote biological componentry or processes, and may certainly differ from one to another.
(There is certainly the communication of the fundamental facets of healthcare and psychology, but this, in this theory of reality, is just the foundation for the understanding of how reality generally works, in a way that can be communicated and understood by all. It is, indeed, a part of learning how to communicate and understand one another, as well as having a practical purpose. The ultimately true body, however, is not a socially sharable description, although certainly some ideas can be expressed. It is, instead, a completely subjective and self-made system of memory.)
Once the individual has learned the complete precepts of communication, the individual may then realize that nothing in the world is actually what it is. The individual may then realize that the entire world, as it is seen, was primarily a linguistics course, to bring the person into the ongoing conversation of the community. What the world is truly made of is biological componentry very dissimilar to what one is brought up to perceive. Indeed, it seems the story of the Veil of Maya may prove to be extremely true. (For a reason not well-known, it seems the world is perceptually quite deceitful and holds an unholy pretense.)
The next step of the individual, in this case, is to begin knowing the world in terms of a specific biology which only the individual and the individual’s body knows. It is certainly up to the individual to know how to do this, as no one can see an individual’s own mind better than the individual. However, it seems reasonable to me that this begins by quietly thinking naturally with the intention to recapitulate and assemble the various memory-founded components of one’s whole body. This thinking will likely begin quite silently, and is composed of words that no other person has ever known before. Theoretically, and sensibly, as well, the body will begin to finally heal, and ideally, the body will fully heal to what is truly sensible in the context of what reality sensibly and logically truly is, with the acknowledgement that there must have been a grave disaster in the past.
To understand this theory a bit more perceptually, imagine each person is a still body of memory, situated in a flat field, communicating with one another. Due to a previous and deadly disaster, each person is apparently the “son” of the person’s own body. The thoughts of the body appear to be occurring in a form of society, as the idea of society is certainly apparent, but the person has a difficult time seeing outside of the person’s own body, as the body is in a state of distressing disrepair. One should, as an altruistic motive, and as a motive which may even benefit oneself, as success often begets a provider of useful advice, think of being helpful. While it is difficult to discern what one is experiencing living inside one’s own body (instead of fully inhabiting it), the intention of being helpful is important. Additionally, being blindly helpful can lead to catastrophe, and this is also worth considering, as well. If one helps whatever it was that killed what seems to be all people, then the problem that exists will never cease. Instead, it is, perhaps, that some people are destined to perish. If God created people (not just two people) in the Garden of Eden, and God wanted the people to be unique, then God would’ve created a wide range of people, who would discover themselves, and it is sensible that many would choose life, and some would choose death, as who each of the once metaphorical snowmen would have chosen a different name, personality, desire, and path in life, and it certainly is reasonable to believe that some of the people would have chosen death in favor of life. Thus, one must be careful about helping those who seek only to kill, murder, and to find death, as those entities are likely what caused the problem in the first place. In the Bible, God certainly was furious about Adam and Eve’s decision to choose to eat from a tree that the knowledgeable God made obvious would lead to guaranteed death, and perhaps God then said the word “death,” to them, as that may have been more pleasing to their ears. God said that the dead may not eat from the tree of life, as the dead must die — “for you are dust, and to dust you shall return” (Genesis 3:19). Therefore, it is possible that there were evil people in Eden, which is made fairly lucid with the metaphor that God created a wide variety of snowman who would find themselves (and who were created partially hidden in a garden, such that the newly created people would not be biased by God’s presence, so that the people would not simply immediately be angels, but instead find a unique identity).
Venturing into the world of possibility, the strongest method of resolving the true being of the true and total body of an individual, would be to create a map of each person, knowing that the person is probably seeing themselves as trapped in world where they are their own son, and using methods of intelligence and truthfulness to try and find the most appropriate way to aid in the repair of all true people (beings that enjoy life and detest death), such that the logical and ideal reality would be manifest once again.