Mon 16 Sep, 2013 02:49 pm
There are two things in the universe: energy; and information (matter is called alpha code information), which is the conformation of energy. This conformation of energy is basically differentiated in closed circuitry, that there be something to move out of the way and fill in behind in the one substance, energy.
The more sharply the differentiation the more sharply the consciousness. Confluent circuits are able to undifferentiate into one another thereby reducing and finally eliminating their individual consciousnesses into individual nonexistence.
Counterclockwise and clockwise circuits, when facing each other, can merge in confluency and undifferentiate their individualities into nonexistence. Counterclockwise and clockwise are the bacic opposite polarities.
The iron in the cytochromes of every cell are magnetically polarized counterclockwise in males, and clockwise in females.
The cancellation of opposite polarities is the mergence of counterclockwise and clockwise circuits in one another, and, the energy that maintained their individualities is realeased as photons, quanta of light. But, if we were energy we would never sleep. We are only information.
In 1John1:5 it says "God is light"; yes, God is energy, and, has eternal consciousness from the differentiations of its substance into closed circuitry. This is done by an eternal theophysiology that the infinitesimal point nothingness, . , is rastered by time into timespace, U , that being one, exerts its oneness in one direction, / , which stirs closed circuitry, O , which all going the same way, vO^XvO^, repel, X , a Big Bang, which pushes circuitry to go confluent, = , again by the facility of closed circuitry, so that the individual circuits undifferentiate back into nonexistence.
Mankind cried for immortality, so that God incarnated as Jesus Christ, who gave directions on how to become immortal. It isn't compulsory. God, Jesus Christ, has no hard feelings against those who want to undifferentiate back into nothingness, Nirvana, the satisfaction of all desires.