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A study of the evolution of organic life - by Gerd Ney
severity of his status and may be comparatively relaxed; at least, he would
not see his ‘true’ status.
Somebody falling increasingly into coma sees still details but is slowly
losing the overview of himself and his ‘true’ position. In last moments
he may cling to some detailed actions, which appear embarrassing or
ridiculous, but this is his view and he keeps his dying mind in balance with
his diminishing life expectancy in order not to see the reality. He would not
be relatively relaxed realizing he stands at the edge of the Big Hole and
falling over any moment.
The author liked to talk to young male cattle on paddock: “You are so
full vigour and boisterous in the glow of the sun, but your brain is so
obnoxiously little. You will soon again be boisterously struggling for survival
when you are sent into the tight channel feeling the cold metal shooting
apparatus at your head. Run away, run, break fences, but run, don’t play
with your mates silly pubertarian games. The end may be anyway not so
far but prove yourself!” But they don’t run away and play instead their silly
games and facing slaughter next Tuesday 5am.
It is difficult to face reality if we don’t know what reality is. Our mind is
clouded when it comes to reality.
Patriotic emotional songs and inspiring bagpipes are the silly narcotics
before and the tight trenches of Stalingrad, the Somme and the
Dardanelles from where to jump straight into the bullets at Tuesday at 5am
are the parallel picture.
Today’s narcotics are complacency and the bullet are the high expectations
of entitlements of an already bankrupt society. A dance around the grave.
We can well assume that our fertilization and our end are similarly precisely
dated, but we have not the slightest idea how to work this out.
Fear of death and the hope for a saviour are elementary patterns of organic life and dating back to the point of primitive
cell life. These patterns are so deeply rooted and commonly spread in all cultures and stages that – like tales of mythology
– we have to keep it open that there is a hidden truth. If organic life, for instance, were originated before the Big Bang,
there is a good reason to assume, that during the previous Galactic Aeon progressed life evolved but didn’t survive the
galactic explosion called Big Bang, with exception of some hardened most primitive cells, when the superiority of matter
discontinued and radiation took again the initiative. The very original elementary patterns are ‘matter’ based and this
speaks for this Theory.
Such higher developed life is difficult to describe because we have hardly or no hints about it and in the best sense we
describe it as divine power and we have in religious mythologies so many social challenges reflected, that the original roots
have disappeared.
The later patterns, however, cannot be originated from matter but from characteristics of radiation. Differentiations with
all the diversity of newer patterns are the outstanding ones. Therefore it is unlikely that a form of superior force which
is based on intelligence has been created during the previous Aeon. If anything it is a “divine” force with a vegetative
imperative operating in reducing time and space. In any case such a vegetatively divine force would have lost influence in
this 13.82 billion years ago commencing new stage, but it may continue to live in our genetic memory. It is worth to think,
that our – so to speak - in isolation existing world applies expanding space and time terms, but, as it has been explained
in the last chapter, this is not the case how photons operate outside of our earthly sphere. This subject of time and space
is ultimately not clear yet but a very highly valued point for our order.
If such a divine force of the previous Aeon had been broken down it is stored in our memorizing genes. The new divine
government is based on radiation - if it exists at all - and is utmost robust, merciless and inconsiderate – this is not the
basis of today’s religions.
What makes life on Earth so precious that we are struggling hard not to part? Do we regard this earthly condition, the
matter, where we are originated from and were we belong to, as our dear homeland, as our place to stay? This is very
much a probability.
It is one of the inconsolable times in life when we
loosing people we are very close to and we know
there is no return ever. The emotional stress and the
awareness to be mortal puts, without question, the
most weight on our otherwise carefree mind and is
a dark companion during all our life and whose look
over our shoulder remains unpleasant. The remains
of the bodily matter are sinking back to the Earth and
we hope the soul moves to the heaven.
Madama Mazois on her deathbed, Painted by Henri