Why one should not demand an answer to "who created God?"

Frank Pio Russo - August 17, 2016.

Most atheists as well as most Devil worshipers and other "Faustian-Pact people", think they are on a sure winner when they cleverly outmanoeuvre most people who claim that things must have a primal cause, namely God - by demanding to be told: "well exactly who created God... if you think you're so clever and smart - tell me who created Him?".

However the validity of such a question quickly dissipates into insignificance, if one consults some of my writings as to what exactly time is and what is its significance. The current common notion is that time flows from minus infinity to plus infinity... furthermore according to Einstein's Relativity, time is a tangible entity that can be both slowed down and speeded up, and perhaps even reversed. Under this sort of scenario, the posed title of this article seems to make a lot of sense. However this is purely illusory! It can be quickly perceived that there is something severely wrong with such a scenario: it is clearly true that if things were really so, one would never get to any instant we might call "now" because an infinity never passes!.

The truth of the matter is that time does not exist, it is purely a mirage created by relative motion through the expression of a Force! Therefore relative motion exists but time does not: time is simply a measurement device... it's a bit like how in a Multiple Biochemical Profile (MBA), anions and cations both exist but the "anion gap" does not - it is only a derived measurement! In view of the foregoing it is easy to realize how a primal force could have had an uncaused existence - be it Gravity, God, or whatever one wants to label it or Him!

Of course the instant that this primal force began doing any work whatsoever - that was the "instant" at which what we today understand as "time" actually began! It is actually quite feasible that the first thing he made would have been labelled his only begotten son - namely "the Word"... then quite possibly He would have demanded the ultimate act of obedience from such a creation and asked him to commit suicide... the creature would not have had examples of others having been tested, and might have been totally repulsed! He might have claimed that no matter how many creatures might have been created or come into being - none would make such an ultimate sacrifice unless they were actually insane! This sort of illustrates how the wager that we find in Job might have come about! Furthermore, it might be the reason why the so-called "ransom-sacrifice" is no sacrifice at all... the mythical simpleton "Jesus Christ" supposedly offers up a miserable human existence in exchange for a divine immortal spiritual godlike existence! Yeah! That's a real sacrifice... and 3 times in a row he refused to drink the cup laid out for him!

Naturally like a great architect envisaging his final product, the Force would have foreseen all of this - and allotted time for such a wager... He would have no doubt given the Devil plenty of latitude to run the system or whole show. The Devil would have written the Bible and provided a so called Messiah, and it's all about selfish egotistical salvation! Furthermore, he did exactly the same thing with virtually every other religion... there's been at least 16 crucified saviours all over the world along the same theme, as outlined in the Kersey Graves famous book "The World's sixteen crucified Saviours - Christianity before Christ" ... even the Mexicans/Aztecs had their Qexalcote who was crucified presumably in 587 BC - being nailed to a cross together with two evildoers! The Devil has followed his same pattern all over the world!

In conclusion then... please do defend the Force when it's being calumniated by the evil darkness! Yes there are people who unselfishly respect the Force, and it is a fact that he is an uncaused prime-mover who did not need to be created! The mentioned wager was proved beyond any doubt in recent decades: the Devil and all on his side will soon be destroyed!

Frank Pio Russo.

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