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God in the viewpoint of the Theory of Everything

God in the viewpoint of the Theory of Everything

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Published by Fran De Aquino
The recent Theory of Everything leads to some relevant conclusions about God. They are summarized in this article that shows a God with similar characteristics to those postulated by the Religions.
The recent Theory of Everything leads to some relevant conclusions about God. They are summarized in this article that shows a God with similar characteristics to those postulated by the Religions.

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God in the viewpoint of the Theory of Everything
Fran De Aquino
Maranhao State University, Physics Department, S.Luis/MA, Brazil.Copyright
2012 by Fran De Aquino. All Rights Reserve
The recent Theory of Everything leads to some relevant conclusions about God. Theyare summarized in this article that shows a God with similar characteristics to thosepostulated by the Religions.
Key words:
Mathematical and relativistic aspects of cosmology,
Unified field theory, Theory of Everything
.PACS: 98.80.Jk 
Starting from the
 Relativistic Theory of Quantum Gravity
[1] it was developed a setof 25 papers. Together they form the Theoryof Everything (TOE) [2]. The most importantaspect of TOE refers to God, defined as the
Supreme Consciousness
. This giantconsciousness would not only be the greatestof all consciences in the Universe but alsothe
of everything that exists and,obviously, everything that exists would beentirely contained within it, including
all thespacetime
.Thus, if the consciousness we refer tocontains all the space, its volume isnecessarily infinite, consequently having an
infinite psychic mass
.This means that it contains all theexisting psychic mass and, therefore, anyother consciousness that exists will becontained in It. Hence, we may conclude thatIt is the
Supreme Consciousness
and thatthere is no other equal to It: It is
.Since the Supreme Consciousness alsocontains
time; past, present and future,then, for It the time does not flow as it flowsfor us.Within this framework, when we talk about the Creation of the Universe, the use of the verb “to create” means that “somethingthat was not” came into being, thuspresupposing the concept of 
time flow
. Forthe Supreme Consciousness, however, theinstant of Creation is mixed up with all othertimes, consequently there being no “before”or “after” the Creation and, thus, thefollowing question is not justifiable: “Whatdid the Supreme Consciousness do beforeCreation?”On the other hand, we may also infer,from the above that the existence of theSupreme Consciousness has no defined limit(beginning and end), what confers upon It theunique characteristic of 
.If the Supreme Consciousness iseternal, Its wave function shall nevercollapse (will never be null). Thus, forhaving an infinite psychic mass, the value of will be always infinite and, hence, wemay write that
( )
Quantum Mechanics tells us that
 is proportional to the probability of finding the particle described by
, theintegral of 
on the
whole space
must befinite
inasmuch as the particle issomewhere.On the other hand, if 
( )
the interpretation is that the particle will notexist. However, if 
( )
The particle will be everywheresimultaneously
.By comparing Eq.(3) with Eq.(1), weconclude that the Supreme Consciousness issimultaneously everywhere, i.e., It is
.Since the Supreme Consciousnesscontains all consciences, it is expected that Italso contain
all the knowledge.
Therefore, Itis also
. Consequently, It
 how to formulate well-defined mental images
with psychic masses sufficient for itscontents to
(by means of thecollapse of the wave function). In this way, Itcan materialize
It wishes(
).All these characteristics of theSupreme Consciousness (infinite, unique,uncreated, eternal, omnipresent, omniscientand omnipotent) coincide with thosetraditionally ascribed to
by mostreligions.The option of the SupremeConsciousness to materialize the primordialUniverse into a critical volume denotes theknowledge of what was would happen in theUniverse starting from that initial condition.Therefore, It knew how the Universe wouldbehave under already
existing laws
.Consequently, the laws were not created
for the Universe
and, hence, are not “Nature’slaws” or “laws placed on Nature by God”, aswritten by Descartes. They already existed asan intrinsic part of the SupremeConsciousness; Thomas Aquinas had a veryclear understanding about this. He talks aboutthe Eternal Law “…which
in God’smind and governs the whole Universe”.The Supreme Consciousness had allfreedom to choose the initial conditions of the Universe, but opted for the concentrationin a critical volume so that the evolution of the Universe would proceed in the mostconvenient form for the purpose It had inmind and in accordance with the lawsinherent in Its own nature. This reasoningthen answers Einstein’s famous question:“What level of choice would God have hadwhen building the Universe?”Apparently, Newton was the first oneto notice the Divine option. In his book 
, he gives us a perfect view of how heimagined the creation of the Universe:“It
seems possible to me that God, in thebeginning, gave form to matter in solid,compacted particles […] in the best manner  possible to contribute to the purpose He had in mind 
…”With what purpose did the SupremeConsciousness create the Universe? Thisquestion seems to be difficult to answer.Nevertheless, if we admit the SupremeConsciousness’s primordial desire
to procreate
, i.e., to generate individualconsciousnesses from Itself so that the lattercould evolve and manifest Its same creatingattributes, then we can infer that, in order forthem to evolve, such consciousness wouldneed a Universe, and this might have beenthe main reason for its creation. Therefore,the origin of the Universe would be related tothe generation of said consciousness and,consequently, the materialization of theprimordial Universe must have taken place atthe same epoch when the SupremeConsciousness decided to
thepostulated consciousness, hereinafter called
Primordial Consciousness
.For having been directly individualizedfrom the Supreme Consciousness, theprimordial consciousness certainly containedin themselves, although in a latent state, allthe possibilities of the SupremeConsciousness, including the germ of independent will, which enables originalstarting points to be established. However, inspite of the similarity to SupremeConsciousness, the primordial consciousnesscould not have the understanding of themselves. This self-understanding onlyarises with the
creative mental state
that suchconsciousnesses can only reach by evolution.Thus, in the first evolutionary period,the primordial consciousness must haveremained in total unconscious state, thisbeing then the beginning of an evolutionarypilgrimage from
.By analogy with material bodies, whoseemission spectra are, as we know, identicalwith the absorption ones, also the psychicbodies must absorb within the spectrum theyemit. Specifically, in the case of humanconsciousness, their thoughts cause them tobecome emitters of psychic radiation incertain frequency spectra and, consequently,receivers in the same spectra. Thus, when ahuman consciousness, by its thoughts, isreceptive coming from a certain thought, saidradiation will be absorbed by theconsciousness (resonance absorption). Underthese circumstances, the radiation absorbedmust
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