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April 24, 2011

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"Finding God or the One, thing-in-itself Mind with a telescope or microscope is absurd in the extreme and total folly if science affirms that there is no God or One Mind because it has yet to discover anything relating to this matter."

AFAIK science sees itself up to the task to describe the world by using conventional symbols, words, numbers whatever. Nothing more, nothing less. It's most of the time the wacky religious people who think, science would set itself in the position of their puny religious belief. Science knows, what it knows (and what knowing means) and what it doesn't. Not knowing, you know, is an attribute that you won't find in the mystics circles.

Then, what tool do you take for "finding your one mind"?! What a ridiculous task at all!

“Science which depends on sensory consciousness and instruments designed to increase the power of the senses is only increasing the scope and depth of nature’s mystery—not solving it. As a result, only more questions will arise; certainly not answers which remove the mystery.“

Really, like this.

Finding God or the One, thing-in-itself Mind with a telescope or microscope is absurd in the extreme and total folly if science affirms that there is no God or One Mind because it has yet to discover anything relating to this matter. We may see evidences or manifestations of same, but never That Which Is beyond the capacity of physical, material instruments and the basic 5 senses that are needed and used to assess the ‘crude’ data these instruments collect.

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