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017 the God Code

017 the God Code

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The God Code
Sun 20 Aug 2006 02:26 AM CESTSir Isaac Newton became most famous for his discovery of what he called the "law of gravity," amilestone in what we call science. And certainly he does deservecredit for his initiative & vision to put into words or a formula what he observed when he watched that apple plummet to theground, as untold thousands doubtlessly had before him, yet without ever questioning why it wasso.What few people know, though, is the fact that while a lot of modernscience is based on Newton's theory about an attracting force originating from the center of not only our ownplanet,but likewise from the center of every other astral body, like our moon & sun, there arefundamental questions about this theory which remain unsanswered; inexplicable irregularitiesand uneplained holes in the theory of gravity, which are examined at length in MarkMcCutcheon's daring book "The Final Theory." So much on what we think we know.But I don't wish to expound here on physical phenomena, but rather a spiritual one, one whichhad already intrigued Sir Isaac Newton as well, and I wouldn't be a bit surprised if - when all issaid & doe - he will have turned out to be more right on about this one than gravity.Isaac Newtonbelieved in the existence of a hidden code in the Bible - a code he wasn't able tocrack in his day for the lack of one of our present day commodities: computers. Various bookshave been written about the "Bible Code," which is certainly an interesting subject, although Idaresay that while their authors have doubtlessly made an amazing discovery in cracking theBible code, I'm afraid they are distracting from a much larger, and yet much simpler "code" --God's code, His coded message to us in everything.We find encoded information in everything, even in the tiniest life form, the single cell; and since Ibelieve everything in the physical world to be an illustration of some greater spiritual truth, Istarted thinking about the purpose of God's code in everything.Evidently, His message to us - so obviously plain & simple to understand for many of us, simplyby observing His creation - is encoded, because it obviously eludes that grasp of others. Theysimply don't get it. They don't hear, see or perceive His message, but instead honor the greatmysterious force of chance, coincidence or accident as the originator of all things, & since chanceis obviously not a very eloquent author of information, its believers are thus nearly oblivious toany "messages" or information being conveyed to us by our Creator.While Sir Isaac Newton may have been wrong about some details concerning gravity, hethankfully was not as deaf, blind & willingly ignorant as a good many of those who fail to perceiveGod's message, His code, which Isaac Newtonin inspired foresight rightly suspected to exist, way before the word "code" was even developed & used to the extent we do today.It seems like God's "code" renders His messages to us invisible and inaudible to certain people -those referred to as materialists, since they believe that everything - all intelligent life - came intobeing from nothing, which - quite inexplicably - was changed - by itself - into lifeless matter uponwhich happened to fall a mathematically utterly preposterous amout of luck in order to bring fortha universe which functions better than any other device ever planned or constructed.It seems there are two separate major "codes" circulating and at work, used by two opposingforces: the code or language God uses in order to communicate with those who pertain &subscribe to His "system" (who are also referred to as His "children" or simply "His people"), andthe "information" (or should we rather call it mis-information?) which leads people to totally ignorethe first, leaving them absolutely incapable of perceiving it in any form.A person initiated & familiar with God's code will look at a flower or a blue sky & will perceive in ita message of a deep love from a loving Father, while the materialist will at best merely marvel atthe feats than chance or coincidence happened to have landed there in rolling the chemical dice& bringing about that plant or atmosphere...Why did God have to encode His message then and hide His meaning, His purpose, His veryexistence from some people? Jesus - certainly the highest authority on "God's Code," said,"There are none so blind as those who will not see." In other words, they don't want tounderstand. They don't wish to hear God's message, nor what He has to say, & thus are openonly to the other source of "information." The Bible refers to the difference between the two codes
 
in the terms "truth" and "lie."The code of God, or the code of truth, in this case, is also very closely related to another code,which we refer to as moral code, or also, our code of conduct. C. S. Lewis refers to this "morallaw" brilliantly and at length in his classic "Mere Christianity" & states that while we all expect acertain standard from others, and a certain minimum ability for them to abide by our moral code,yet we utterly fail every day to uphold that same standard ourselves.Probably we don't manage to apply the code successfully because we don't familiarize ourselveswith it sufficiently. Without doubt, the purest Source & greatest concentration of God's Code isfound in what is traditionally referred to as His Word, which, for one, is found in the Bible.The problem with the Bible lies not - a so often assumed - with the Bible itself, but rather with theinformation which we have been fed about the Bible, along with all that other "information" aboutwhere we come from (= nowhere) or where we're going (= nowhere?)...Once we are willing to lay all that "information" aside, we'll find in it a true source of wisdom waybeyond our imagination and more. For not only is the Bible a Source of unlimited knowledge &wisdom in itself , but it opens up a direct line of communication with its divine Author, whichallows us to tap into the knowledge & wisdom on anything we may want to know. (The materialist& sceptic will argue here that people, not God authored the Bible, but those savvy to God's codethe Bible was written in will understand that God just happens to use anything - including people -to convey His message).Once we have accepted God's code, He constantly delivers new and fresh revelations & bits of information to us, open and decrypted (decoded), clearly understandable to us, the "user."It's almost like two major software comapanies constantly competing with each other, each one"selling" to its users their version of their latest "operating system," which we refer to as "reality."Since I have been using God's "Operating System" successfully and efficiently for the past 3decades, not without having made my own experiences with the competition's "software," I mostvehemently recommend God's system, of course: it's cheaper (for free), much more accurate,reliable & it simply works fabulously & keeps your machine running and running and a joy tobehold. Why other users would prefer to purchase & subscribe to the other system is nearlyincomprehensible to me, except that I undersand that using the other system more or less grantsits user somewhat more independence. One can be their own "god" using the other system - andfor those who settle for that kind of a religion or belief system, I guess that's their choice.Personally, quality ranks higher in priority on my list than self-adoration, and in addition to that, Ihave found much greater pleasure & fulfillment at the hand of exterior sources, other than myown little ego.This, if we want to give a name to the other code, competing with God's, invented by Hisadversary, one could call it the "I-code," "me-code" or the "code of ego," since both, the inventor of that code and system and its subscribers and users obviously are having a problem withrecognizing any higher spiritual authority than their own.The "I-code" system does not allow its users to operate any software from the Competition, whichleaves the "I-code" user blind and oblivious to the God-Code. It actually leaves them ignorant of the existence of any other system, code, program or possibility. On the other hand, every "God-user" has had their experience with "I-code" and even regularly keeps slipping back into "I-mode," just in order to learn to fully appreciate the advantages of God's far superior system. "God-users"are fully aware of the weakness of the "I-system," whereas "I-users" are oblivious even to theexistence of the other.Still, it makes me wonder why God would have made it so difficult for I-users to even be able toperceive His code. Codes are usually used for secrecy, privacy and security. What would Godhave to be afraid of? This sounds so un-like God's nature to me. Why would God have secrets?The only thing that occurs to me is that He possibly may have wanted to protect His system fromforgery. The Devil is a sly imitator, and in many aspects it seems like he copies God's code. Infact, when Jesus said to His disciples that the time would come that those who would kill themwould think they were doing service to God in persecuting His true disciples, He seemed toindicate that there were going to be some I-users around eventually who were posing as God-users, only in order to try to destroy God's system, so to speak, from within.Which would explain why there are so may Christians in the world today that make open-mindedobservers and otherwise open-hearted for the truth run the other way & think, "no way. This can't

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