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Praying Obsessively while aware and in the 6th sense - Ostronomos - May 19, 2018

During the times I am aware and have a 6th sense, I am compelled to pray (initially obsessively) because if I do not I will fall victim to demonic forces. These forces, including the God that distributes over reality, are not sensed by the other 5 senses. It is the Quantum brain or mind that is responsible for this awareness. There are physical objects that appear the same as always, but reality is different. You sense that you are psychically connected to a greater medium under which threats of evil and God are present. God's role is to provide protection via the act of prayer.


RE: Praying Obsessively while aware and in the 6th sense - Ostronomos - May 23, 2018

Imagine being aware of a world that exists but is inaccessible to others due to differing DNA. This world is brain dependent and DNA dependent. The burden of proof would be on you and so mathematics and logic would be required to prove it to others. Because this world has invisible entities that are existent, it is known only by few. These few are no different nor any more special and worthy than others, rather, it is their DNA that separates them. Similar to how one who's won the genetic lottery has more advantages, the accessibility to this world may be seen as an advantage in dispelling ignorance. Langan and I have proven this world to exist, now it is up to the masses to accept it.


RE: Praying Obsessively while aware and in the 6th sense - Zinjanthropos - May 23, 2018

How would.you know if your DNA was the result.of an advantageous mutation? Thinking you can prove a God exists through subjective reasoning is practically primitive IMHO. Sounds as if you and Langan probably possess a few vestigial genes that turned on. Throwbacks in time, like being born with a tail. If we can get a chicken to grow the teeth of its ancestor then I wonder if.......hmmmm. Nah! I think you're stuck with what you got.


RE: Praying Obsessively while aware and in the 6th sense - Ostronomos - May 23, 2018

(May 23, 2018 09:29 PM)Zinjanthropos Wrote: How would.you know if your DNA was the result.of an advantageous mutation? Thinking you can prove a God exists through subjective reasoning is practically primitive IMHO. Sounds as if you and Langan probably possess a few vestigial genes that turned on.

Subjectivity varies with every living creature. I am presenting this thesis as what an atheist may consider as a rational explanation. The idea that the universe is strictly indifferent is incorrect. The reason I say it can be otherwise is because it is believed that matter contains information. The DNA strand contains information on the specimen. It is what instructs the cell on how to replicate into an embryo. My DNA contained information to psychically connect with the world of God after certain abilities are activated. The brain can do more things than we currently know.


RE: Praying Obsessively while aware and in the 6th sense - Zinjanthropos - May 24, 2018

If Ostro can do it then why can't I?

Chimps observed throwing rocks at a specific (sacred) tree has been interpreted by some to mean the apes have a belief in a deity. Perhaps we still carry in our DNA the very gene responsible for such primitive behavior. Last time I checked, the chimps shared a common ancestor with us. God.belief, a remnant of our prehistoric ancestry? Far fetched but don't discount your DNA containing a gene that causes you to exhibit some.sort of ancestral trait..

I won't be wanting to join Sciforums to share this exciting new hypothesis.


RE: Praying Obsessively while aware and in the 6th sense - Ostronomos - May 24, 2018

Quote:Zinjanthropos

If Ostro can do it then why can't I?
The same question can be asked of many things. There is no way of answering this.

It is believed that matter contains information. And where there is information there is mind. The universe is more than the sum of its parts. It is not merely matter but mind as well. This might mean little to you but my genes have enabled me to witness this truth on a regular basis. 

Subjectivity is needed in order to self-determine oneself from the object world and thus create meaning/ information (without meaning objects give no distinctive information and thus both objects and their characteristic interpretation in relation to the self and the ability to distinguish between mind and body will be lost, the mind must distinguish the physical self from objects otherwise one looks at all things without recognition or priority) and to be given it by concentrating on The Provider and Creator of meaning/information.

Quote:Zinjanthropos

Chimps observed throwing rocks at a specific (sacred) tree has been interpreted by some to mean the apes have a belief in a deity. Perhaps we still carry in our DNA the very gene responsible for such primitive behavior. Last time I checked, the chimps shared a common ancestor with us. God.belief, a remnant of our prehistoric ancestry? Far fetched but  don't discount your DNA containing a gene that causes you to exhibit  some.sort of  ancestral trait..

This particular situation is very haphazard. You are talking about a chimp having mere beliefs whereas I am talking about something completely different - a transition into another realm.


RE: Praying Obsessively while aware and in the 6th sense - Zinjanthropos - May 24, 2018

Are chimps with believing in a deity being part of their genetic code anymore outlandish than having the ability to transition to another realm imprinted on one's DNA?


RE: Praying Obsessively while aware and in the 6th sense - Ostronomos - May 24, 2018

(May 24, 2018 04:51 PM)Zinjanthropos Wrote: Are chimps with believing in a deity being part of their genetic code anymore outlandish than having the ability to transition to another realm imprinted on one's DNA?

It is not a matter of it being outlandish but whether or not it has a rational explanation attached to it.