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Topic: mathematical philosophy book, _The Noosphere_ (The God Series book
8) published

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David Bernier

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Re: mathematical philosophy book, _The Noosphere_ (The God Series
book 8) published

Posted: Apr 6, 2013 7:26 PM
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On 04/06/2013 06:25 PM, Hermes Trismegistus wrote:
> The God Series book 9, _The Omega Point_, has been published. You can
> find the series at and
> the book at
> .
> Other books there are articles on a web site, and other non-fiction and
> fiction. The summary of _The Omega Point_ is below.
> What is history's biggest lie? It's that there's one "God", that he
> Created the universe out of nothing and made Adam from the dirt of the
> Garden of Eden, with Eve then being generated from one of Adam's ribs!
> Nothing has done more damage to the human psyche than monotheism - the
> doctrine of an all-powerful "Spy God" who watches what everyone does
> (the divine peeping Tom) and sentences to perpetual pain in his cosmic
> torture chamber of hell anyone who doesn't slavishly worship and obey him .
> In fact, the universe is a mathematical "God factory" and creates
> infinite Gods over eons of time, via the optimization of the cosmic
> equation (the universal wavefunction), which is entirely mathematical.
> The universe, via dialectical ontological mathematics, is converging on
> the perfect answer to everything. This condition is known as the
> Absolute or the Omega Point.
> The universe travels, mathematically, from Alpha to Omega, from perfect
> potential to perfect actualization. Even now, on this Earth, people are
> transforming into Gods.

That's unbelievable.

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