>>17244403 >Thinks there is any significant ontological difference between gas, stone and metal - inanimate shit is simply inanimate >Clumps in reptiles with worms and insects >Thinks fish is a higher evolutionary form than reptiles, even though fish were here first >There is a fucking sperm whale in the fish section, which is a mammal >Lumps in all non-human mammals as "animal". Why the fuck would you not distinguish between primates and rodents and etc. even though you distinguished between gasses and stones? >Bunch of arbitrary planes in arbitrary spheres after human.
>>17244403 I'm actually rather disturbed that other people have conjured the same basic concept as i have for the meaning of life/the life cycle of god.
The way I interpret this, is that in order for god to be the god that we all perceive him to be, which is the omnipotent, omnipresent, eternal being that he is, he must live through every state of being that has ever existed and will exist for all eternity.
So in a linear form, starting with creation. He must first exist as all matter for all eternity. Then, he must exist as all plants.
When he exists as the first true life form, the growth of "God" begins at a much faster rate.
I see the hierarchy of what living being is above the next can be measured by the basic concept of enlightenment.
The most basic single celled organism is the very, very bottom of enlightenment. The next creature is only slightly more enlightened. But this goes on for eternity, each creature being one little bit more than the previous, until the growing God becomes a creature so enlightened, that it breaks out of the red "gross sphere" as depicted in the picture.
Once this happens, the concept of humanity is lost. The creature God exists as is what we would consider lesser deities, such as our human concepts of Jesus or the Greek gods or other such beings. Each one is closer to God-hood than the next.
Once the last being at the very end of the evolution is reached, the being has realization that he/she/it is the culmination of all life that has existed, and all life that will exist for all eternity, the final stage is reached, and God has realized his true purpose.
So, long story short, God must exist as all things for all time to become "God".
In other words, we are all God for all eternity, and He is us for all eternity.
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