Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Number Sixty Nine

In the great emptiness before anything, before consciousness, there was only hunger, the craving a vacuum has to be filled.  Nothingness demanded something.  And in that hunger, in that demand, was the flint spark, the source of first energy.

Energy comes from nothing; energy is the inevitable outcome of absolute emptiness.

Inherent in energy is the drive to see, to observe.  Energy evolves toward thought, toward consciousness.  Consciousness is the inevitable outcome, the necessary consequence of energy.

Consciousness creates matter.  Just as there is no consciousness without energy, there is no matter without thought.  Thought is the portal through which energy becomes a cosmos.

The thought that creates is a thing called god.

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