A Realistic View on God and His Divine Plan
Since ancient times, God has always been of great interest and one of the most controversialtopics for mankind. Does God really exist? How is God related to us? These questions have beenasked for thousands of years, and yet God still remains a mystery. Although our understanding of God is not clear, many people still worship God wholeheartedly.God is also called by different names, such as the Lord, Allah, Jehovah, Great Master, Messiah,Supernatural Being, Higher Power, Cosmic Computer, etc. In reality, not only followers of religions such as Judaism, Christianity or Islam worship God; non-religious people also worshiptheir own versions of Higher Power, which is another way to connect to God. Humans fromdifferent parts of the world comprehend God and His power in different ways based on their perception, which is created from their limited life experience. As science evolves and expands,allowing us to have deeper and broader knowledge of our reality, it also gives us a different perception about God. From my experience and comprehensive research, I have a more realisticview about God and His creation/invention. I present my findings in detail in the book
but in this article, I have condensed many explanations and only put forth my mainviewpoints. Thus, these viewpoints may come as somewhat of a shock to you. I invite you toread the book for more details.Many billions of years ago, after the universe was formed, God was the first and the only lifeform that existed on a planet far far away from where we are. He learned from the natural laws of the universe, and then He created the angels who then lived on the same planet. From there, Hecame up with
the divine plan—creating new lives in the universe
.Once the plan was formed, God and the angels used their supreme scientific knowledge andtechnology to create new lives and guide them through evolution and eventually to salvation. Astime passes, He continues to develop many lives throughout the entire universe. The lives thathave been liberated (after salvation) will help God to guide other lives that have not yet beenliberated.Life on Earth is a part of the divine plan. About 4.6 billion years ago, God and the angels createdthe Sun, Earth, and other planets in the solar system, made them orbit according to the naturallaws of the universe, and then have continued adjusting them to work accurately andharmoniously. God adjusted weight and volume and created satellites for the planets to acquirethe precise distance, orbit and speed to maintain life on Earth.After God realized that the solar system was running well, he sent angels to Earth by UFOs.Angels created the water and atmosphere, as well as constructed sites and other architecturalworks to reside and work on Earth. Examples of these sites are the nuclear reactors in Oklo,Gabon, the Great Pyramids in Egypt, Stonehenge in England, and the Tiwanaku site in Bolivia.Once God and the angels recognized that the Earth’s climate was stable enough to host life, Godhad the angels bring the genetic material of flora and fauna to Earth, make them reproduce, andthen introduce them to the environment where they could self-adapt and self-evolve.