9

(Obscurant Forces)

10

(Intelligensia)

11

Middle Class
Intelligensia and intellectuals

Establishment

Breakthrough

12

13 Exposure .

14 .

15 (Origin) (Anthropology) 5(Homo Erectus) 35 Neanderthal .

16 Paleolithic Period Homo Sapien 11000 (Near East) 6000 8000 Neolithic Period (Mother Earth) 1200 (Empires) Recent Phenomenon (Bronze Age) (Iron Age) .

17 (Summerians) (Myth) (Mesopotamian) (Atum) Tefnut (Shu) Nut Geb (Isis) (Osiris) Nephthys 2340 Set .

18 (Nature) (Osiris) 1200 1400 (Near East) Old Testament (EL) (Myths) .

19 (BA.AL) Astarte (Prostitution) (Function) Mesopotamia (Nature) .

20 (Divine States) (Anu) Marduk (Hummurabi) 1750 336-500 (Myths) .

21 Hera (Diana) (Public) (Dionysia) .

22 470-399 .

23 (gods) .

24 Humanise and Personalise .

25 (Pray) .

26 (Scholars) 19 (Animism) E. Tylor (Sir James Frazer) (Sigmund Freud) (Projection) .B.

27 (Metaphysical) .

28 (Ignorance) Lunatic (Behavior) (Definition) .

29 (gods) (Super Natural) (Divine Interference) .

30 (Natural Calamities) .

31 99.9 1 2 3 .

32 Monarchianism (Zeus) (Murduk) (Re) Monolatry (Aton) (Akhnaton) .

33 800 Zoroastrian (Ahuramazda) (Old Testament) .

34 1800 (Yahweh) (Huran) (Ur) (Circumcisim) 500 (Saul) .

35 (Zion) (Nathan) 13 (Genesis) .

36 ( The God of the Fathers) (Heno Theistic) (Polytheism) (Monotheism) .

37 (Murduk) (Hebrew) (Unique) (Abenu) Our Father (Ehad) .

38 850 1300 1 2 3 .

39 (gods) (Divine Forces) (Allah) (Al-lah) (Al-Uzza) (Godess Mother) (Al-lat) (Manat) Al-Uzza (Shrine) (Rub) Arabisation .

40 (Definition) Define .

41 (Qualitative Change) (Blind Faith) World View .

42 (Survival) (Cause and Effect) .

43 (Cause) .

44 (Person) .

45 (Species) (Being) Becoming .

46 (Subjectivity) .

47 .

48 (Infinite) Dimension .

49 Definition .

50 Anthropomorphism Human Form Literally (Action) God In Action .

51 World View .

52 (Status Que) Phenomenon .

53

54

55

56

57 (Incentive) .

58 .

59 (Nickname) (Engraved) (Crash) 4000 Zodiac Signs .

60 (Myths) (Fragile) .

61 (Infinite) (Person) (Absolute) (Relative) .

62 .

63 (Xenophanes) 480-400 Critias (Nature) .

64 (Atheism) (Constantine) 529 (SaintAugustine) 100 (Saint Thomas Aquinas) 350 450 (Dogmas) (Theism) .

65 (Deism) (Cosmic Phenomena) (Epicureus) (Instinctively) .

but I believe so that I may understnd. [do not seek to understand so that] believe.66 (Diversity) Stoic Ciceros 1757 (David Hume) (Unknown) (The Nature History of Religion) (Origin) "It is possible for a thing to be concieved and not exist." .

67 1033 1109 Anselom of Canterbury (Unique) 1591 1650 Descartes God in all perfection. existence in perfection (Characteristics) (Property) ( Ne ce sar y E x is te nce ) (Real Existence) (Gannile) Anselom (Conceive) .

68 (Unsolved) (Self Moved) (Origin) (Unmoved Mover) The Motion which can move (gods) .

69 Dimensionless ( S e l f Mo ve M o v e r ) (Unmoved Mover) (Immutable) Unmoved Mover (Non Sense) ( M e t a p h ys i c s ) (Caused Sequences) .

70 (Working) 269 (Strato) Hume Bayle (Stratontian Atheism) (Speach) (Definite) (Out of Nothing) (Reason) (Philophonus) 800-870 Actual and Potential Infinites (Big Bang) (Beginning) (From Nothing) .

1037) (Particles) (Fact) Principal of Sufficient Reason leibrunz .71 (Beginning) (980.

72 Psalmist (Design Argument) (Handiwork Evident) (Xenophon) 385 (Cicero) (uniform) (Fixed) Acquinas .

73

(Process)

Acquinas

(Divine Comedy

(Source)

(Three Essays on

(J.S. Mill)
1873

Religion)

(Similiarity in the Cause Infer)

(Vulnerable)
1859
Natural Selection

Ozone Layer

Ozone Layer

74

(Physical Laws)

(Creation of Physical Laws)

It is What Exists
(Inherent)
(Chaos)
(Chaos)

(Chaos)

(Designer)

Direct Experience of the Divine

(Private)

75

(The Age of Reason)

(Subject)

76

(William James)
(Union)
(Union)

77 1672/1752 1632-1704 J.L. Machine (Perfection) (Quality) (Drunk) .

78 (Irritation) (Mind) (All Perceiving and Ever Perceiving) .

79 'Atheism' -1 -2 (Spinoza) (Divinity) Mahayana .

80 (Atomists) (Epicureans) -1 -2 -3 -4 (Problem of Evil) (Personal God) (Infinte) .

81 (Reconcile) (All Powerful) Sextus (Infinite) (Common Sense) (Bodyless) .

" (There is No God.82 (Incoherent) (Established) (Antony Flew) "An Accumlation of Failed Proofs Proves Nothing.) (God is Not Here) (Rationalistic Atheism) .

83 18 (David Hume) Holbach's Barond Holbach's (Romantic Atheism) 19 Dostoyevsky's Ivan Karanmizov Ludwig Feverbach (Anthropolgy) (Theology) (Naturalistic Materialism) .

god Remain Dead and We have Killed Him." 20 (Existentialist) Maritain .84 Humanist (Status Que) (Freidrick Naetzsche) "God is Dead.

85 .

86 (Biology) (Divine) (Idealists) .

87 (Agnosticism) 1869 (Sophists) (Protagoras) Man is the Measure of All Things. 19 18 .

88 (David Hume) (Metaphysics) 19 (Herbert Spencer) (Knowledge) .

Clifford) 1879 (The Ethics of Belief) .K.89 Epistemology -1 -2 (Intellectual) (Proposition) (W.

" (William James) . But It is Immoral to Beleive." "We Do Not Know.90 "We Deny Nothing. We Simply Say We Do Not Know.

Merely a Projection of humanity's Self Conscienceness Onto an Understanding of Cosmos? .91 (Cosmological Proof) -1 (Teleoplogical Proof) -2 (Ontological Proof) -3 (Moral Proof) -4 (By Faith) -5 In The Notion of God which Correlates so Closely With the Self understanding of Humankind.

92 .

93 (Infinity) Suchness (Upanishades) Way (Rytham) (Nature) (Shiva) .

94 Heraclitus (Zorathustra) Who Does not Resist the Flow of Life But Keeps Moving with it. (Categeries) (Phenomenon) (Extreme Parts of a Single Whole) (Infinity) .

95 ( T h r e e D im e n s io n a l ) (Multi Dimensional) (Quantum and Relativity) As a Whole (Totality) (Methodology) .

96 (Perfect) (Body) .

97 (Adjust) (Meditation) Mental Equilibrium (Zen) Becoming (Definition) "This" is Also "That" The "That" is Also "This" Be Bent And You Will Remain Straight Be Vacant And You Will Remain Full Be Worn And You Will Remain A New. .

98 (Chung Tzu) All Opposites Are Polar. and Thus United Heraclitus Heraclitus .

99 Acting Spontaneously and According to One True Nature.... Those Who Follow the Natural Order. Flow in the Current of the Tao (God). Godles Classless Castless (Goddesses) .

100 (Physicists) .

101 (Subtle) (Infinity) .

102 .

103 (Ecstasy) (Nucleus) .

104 .

105 (Passive) -1 -2 -3 .

106 -4 -5 (Duty) .

107 (Dogmatist) (God isAll) 1273 (Darwishes Whirling) 1165-1210 .

108 To See God in Woman is More Perfect Than Seeing the Divine in any Other Forms. (Fantasies) .

109 692-728 .

110 .

111 .

112 (Seperation) .

113 (PANTHEISM) (Infinite) (Polar Nature) (Reality) Xenophanes (Dynamic) Heraclitus 3080 (Inherently) .

114 (Stoics) (Averroes) Spinoza Bruno (Substance) (Entities) (Modifications) (Definition) .

115 (Coleridge) (Idealism) (Schelling) Genetic Pantheism (White Head) (Primordial Nature) (Polar Nature) Teilhard De Chardin (Consequent Nature) Omega Point (Self) (Inherent Forces) (Unity) .

116 -1 -2 -3 .

117 Erasmas (Elite) 1809 12 (Naturalist) (Origin) (Organic) .

118 (Redefinition) (Competitive Market Place) (Pagan Religion) (Establishment) (Evidences of Christianity) .

119 1830 (Natural Theology) .

120 (Apes) (High Geneology) (Fossils) (Species) (Nature) .

121 (Zoology) IntellectualCourage (Natural Seletion) Adapt .

122 (Unfit) (Johannes Muller) (Self (Intrinsic) (Physiologist) (Embryonic) .

123 Organizing) (Transmutation) (Self Development) (Apes) (One off Affair) .

124 .

125 (Brain) (Materialism) ( A u g u s t Co m t e ) (Positive Philosophy) (Theology) .

126 (Landscapes) (Godless) (Polynesian) (Potentates) .

127 (Ape) .

128 (Laws of Nature) (Creedless Rational Faith) (Conditioned) .

129 (Survival of the Fittest) (Collyx) (Habitual) (Stump) (Effecient) (Variations) .

130 (Parasites) (Blasphemy) .

131 (Status Que) (Species) (Transmutation) (Supra-naturalism) .

132 (Forbes) Coleridge (Enslaved will) .

133 .

8 .134 1854 (Ultimate Origin) (Globule) (Stanely Miller) 1953 (Harold Urey) (Organic Molecule) 3.

135 (Natural Selection) (Self Improving) Apes .

136 (Inchneumonide) (Parasite) (Sexual Selection) .

137 1856-1934 (Sigmund Freud) 1856 (Anthropology) (Theoratical) (Field Work) (Illusory) 6 .

138 (Actual Event) (Symptoms) (Wishful Illusion) (Formidable) (Practices) (Impulsus) .

139 (The Future of Illusions) .

140 .

141 (Delusions) .

142 .

143 (Primitive People) .

144 .

145 .

But an Illusion it Would Be to Suppose That WHat Science Can Not Give Us We Can Get Elsewhere.146 (Anthony Starr) (Ecstasy) (Intellect) (Intellect) No. Our Science is no Illusion. .

147 (The Voice of Reason) 20 (Mental House) .

148 (Masochistic Self Punishment) (Original) (Ready Made) (Organism) (Stimuli) (Eros) (Unities) (Inorganic State) (Ignorance) .

" (Intermediary) (Sensory Perception) (Motor Activity) .149 (Sensation) "Ego Originaly Derived From Sensations Springing From the Surface of the Body The Sense of I Depends Upon the Perception of Ones Own Body As a Seperate Entity.

150 .

151 (Fiddle) 18 .

152 40 (General Theory of Relativity) 1921 (Subtles is The Lord. 63 1942 (Dice) Quantum Theory (Cards) . But Malicious He is Not.) (Niels Bohr) Stop Telling The God What to Do.

153 1879 6 11 .

154 .

155 1905 20 57 1936 (Pray) .

156 1930 (Egoism) (Reason) .

157 (Wave Length) 1930 (Cause And Effect) .

158 .

159 1950 (Definition) .

160

(Superstition)

(Exercises)
(Ignorance)

(Nature)

(Act of Faith)

161

Cosmic Religion

162

(Dogma)

163

Cosmic

(All Round)

(Cosmic)

164

1939

(Method)

(Instruments)

(Goal)
(Ultimate Goal)
(Source)
(Limits)

165

(Scientific Metaphysics)

Out of Nothing

166

167

1960

Science Without Relligion is Lame
Religion Without Science is Blind.

168 .

169 20 1872 1940 2339 (Voltaire) (A Free Man's Worship) (What I believe) (Why I am not a Christian) .

170 80 (Vision) (Noble) .

171 (Traces) Dogmas .

172 (Mental Life) (Mind) .

173 (Dogma) (Nature) .

174 (World of Nature) (Diginified) .

175 (Parasites) Vitalism) .

176 .

177 (Human Society in Ethics and Politics) (Faith) (Evidence) .

178 (Militancy) (Cohesion) (Creed) 28/3/90 .

179 (Blindness) .

180 .

181 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 .

182 -6 (Definition) -7 -8 -9 -10 -11 -12 .

183 -13 -14 -15 -16 -17 -18 -19 -20 -21 .

184 -22 -23 -24 -25 -26 -27 -28 (2) (1) -29 .

185 (Forward Looking) .

186 GIBB (Stupid) .

187 (Literally) .

188 (Definition) .

189 (Intelectual Test) A Proposition to be True. Should be consistent with some chosen Corpus of Proposition (Consistency) (Jung) .

190 (Self) (Inconsistency) (Integration) (Neutralize) Murder .

191 (Selves) (Organizing Principle of Unity) .

192 .

193 (Role) .

194 .

195 .

196 (Sinfull) (Fore Knowledge) (Predestination) (Originality) .

197 (Reel) (Hour Glass) .

198 .

199 (Known) (Unknown) (Gaps) .

200 1996 29 .

201 (Time) (Flat) (Warp) (curvature) (Mass) (Energy) (Mass) (Massive Body) (Edwin Hubble) 1929 .

202 15 10% (Infinite) 5% Big Bang (Anti-Particles) Nucli 100 Helium Nuclie (Rotate) (Density) (Planets) (Reproduction) .

Hawking) (A Brief History of Time) .203 2 (Thermodynamics) 40 (Big Crunch) 40 80 James Hutton (Stephen. W.

204 (Boundries) (Chaos) We See the Universe. . the Way it is Because We exist.

. But Universe is the Ultimate Free Lunch.205 (Recollaps) 16 (Quantum (Anti Particles) (Particles) Theory) (Pairs) (Zero) (Gravitational Field) (Uniform) (Zero) Guth It is That There is No Such Thing As a Free Lunch.

Then. For a Creator? (Divine Power) (Laws of Nature) (Private Spiritual Matter) (Cosmology) (Physics) .206 (Finite) (Otherness) (Boundary) (Self-Contained) What Place.

207 (Otherness) (Void) (General Theory of (Space) Relativity) (Warp) (Stretch) (Gravitational Field) .

208 (Nothing) (Location) (Abstract State) (Absolute Nothing) .

209 (Cosmology) (Effect) (Normal Sense) (Prior Epoch) (Cause) (Preceding Epoch) (Qantum Mechanics) (Principle of Uncertainity) (Quantum Fluctuations) (Specific) (Laws of Physics) Heisenberg .

210 (Explanatory Chain) (Causal Chain) .

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