One day somebody stumbled upon a cosmic discovery -- proof of both God's
existence and God's authorship of human history. In the career
timelines of the only three men in world history to have provoked a
world war, a statistically impossible parallelism in milestone events
lucidly exhibits intelligent design of human history. This world-war provocateur phenomenon validates the suggestions of
modern scientific discoveries highlighting clear instances of
prefigurement in the operation of the universe. Additionally, the
historical anomaly provides evidence supportive of beliefs in
reincarnation espoused by some individuals who await the reincarnation
of Jesus of Nazareth.
Most recently, two scientific findings have advanced the theory of
predestination. Astrophysical investigations into the activity of black
holes has revealed that nothing in the universe is ever actually
destroyed because the information describing every bit of matter is
permanently stored on a two-dimensional computer-chip located outside of
our universe's plain of existence. Experiments in quantum mechanics
have uncovered an anomaly also suggesting that the universe is a
holographic computer simulation. In a phenomenon known as "quantum
entanglement", information is communicated instantaneously across the
universe -- suggesting that an instantaneous alteration in the matrix's
computer code is responsible for the blatant violation of the laws of
the physical universe. Modern science reveals the three-dimensional
world that we perceive is a movie projected from a script preserved and
playing in perpetuity on a two-dimensional plane of space that surrounds
the space we perceive (as computer chips might surround a holodeck on
Evidence of predestination has appeared for decades in clear signs of
prefigurement that occurred during the formation of the physical
universe -- including the creation of hydrogen, the heavier elements,
DNA, organic cells and the human brain. The antediluvian universe
appears to have been designed to produce the world we see today. Since
ancient times philosophers have rationalized predestination by observing
that any present decision emerges wholly from a series of past events
over which we have no influence during the moment of choice. Modern
theologians have opined on the divine origin for every event that ever
has occurred in the 13.7-billion-year history of the universe. From
these numerous discoveries and insights we can deduce that the quantum
world is the buffer zone between the computer code and the holographic
matrix that we perceive as the real world. This buffer zone translates
the computer code into the events of our universe.
Based on this evidence, the discoverer of the world-war provocateur
phenomenon made an extrapolation about the nature of human existence . .
THE REAL MATRIX
We are not here.
The physical world is a dream, a movie that we are watching in our minds while laying comatose in a womb.
We are both audience, in the womb, and a character, in the movie.
Equally, God exhibits duality as both audience and character. At the
same time, God is the director scripting and projecting every moment.
We live in a holographic matrix in which we never act autonomously from
God. Even though we did not realize this fact in the past, throughout our entire lives we have been watching a movie in which we play a character.
While human beings do enjoy the capability for free will from the forces
of genetics, their natural environment and other individuals, people do
not have free will from God.
The movie is the greatest story ever told. The director loves each of
his characters and aspires to develop them over the course of many
All fear is an illusion because a loving God controls all events in the
universe and mortality is just another illusion. By embracing the
certainty of God's existence and orchestration of every event
everywhere, the human mind becomes free of the worry and suffering that
plague modern society. Instead of responding to pain with indignation,
we view the experience as both growing pains and due penance for our
past transgressions against others. We can bear any situation with the
certainty that God's good intention for us has designed the experience.
Like a movie, the past, present and future are interwoven into the
fabric of a single story, each effecting the other. Just as the climax
of a movie has an influence on how the playwright and director design
the opening scene, future events help influence past events in our
universe (a phenomenon confirmed by quantum mechanics). Human beings
have been created not only by past events, but because we play a role in
predestined future events that our universe was designed to fulfill.
Like any creation, our ultimate value is determined by our finished
product, not by our ingredients. Once we have matured, our sum will be
greater than that of our parts.
Although we make decisions that have consequences, our choices are just
as much a part of the script as the Big Bang. We are all exactly what
the director God wants us to be, and the character God helps to guide us
to our destiny. We're compelled to perform good deeds because we both
fear the personal karmic consequences of evil deeds in a story ruled by
poetic justice and realize that we cannot subvert God's ultimate
intention for us, so we surrender to the purpose of benevolence.
In the context of this perspective on the universe, an overarching purpose for humanity emerges.
1. Enjoy the life experience with which we have been blessed,
perceiving events through the eyes of both audience and character.
2. Acknowledge that all human actions, even offensive ones, are part of
the Great Script. We as God's audience are never bothered by the
story, but rather live in perpetual awe of it.
3. Acknowledge that we are helpless to defy the Director's will at any
time, and commit our lives to advancing God's benevolent mission for
4. Foster a dynamic relationship with the character God through prayer and receptiveness to God's messages to us.
5. Fulfill our duty as guardians of the miracle of life, in all its varieties and complexities.
6. Commit our lives to the quest to be inventors, adventurers, and revelers in the limitless prospects of this universe.
7. Do not allow evil and an appetite for destruction into our hearts,
while accepting that suffering commissioned by God is a necessary part
of the story's development (remember, we're really in a womb so it's
only virtual suffering). In other words, accept the role of destruction
in the story of the cosmos while refusing to serve personally (by
action or inaction) as a vehicle for destroying God's most miraculous
8. Above all, spread the peace, love and happiness that is God's identity.
In addition to demonstrating that God has written the script for the
story of human history, the historical anomaly of the world-war
provocateur phenomenon appears to exhibit a case of reincarnation.
Casting dreaded mortality as an illusion, the phenomenon suggests that
reincarnation occurs in the afterlife. Along with the evidence of
reincarnation exhibited in the parallel career chronology, modern
scientific insight into the physical nature of the universe's space-time
fabric also dispels the illusion of mortality with the confirmation
that nothing is ever lost. Like a Hollywood movie, every moment of the
universe's drama is preserved for a virtual eternity in the form of a
movie composed of the collective past-present-future that always
exists. This fact is demonstrated with a thought experiment in which an
individual located an astronomically large distance from Earth first
synchronizes with the Earth's motion so that the two bodies have the
same velocity through space, and then moves either towards Earth or away
from Earth in order to intersect his present moment in time with a
large slice of time on Earth that includes billions of years either back
in Earth's past or forward in Earth's future. The past is never lost
and the future is always part of the present -- this is the reality of
space-time. After a movie finishes filming, it does not cease to exist,
but rather exists in perpetuity. So do we. The truth is that we are
immortal and the finality of mortality is fiction.
If this novel worldview became humanity's dominant perspective, perhaps
we would be capable of achieving a sustainable global civilization like
that envisioned by the Earth Charter (Earthcharter.org).