“There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarrely inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened.”
Douglas Adams (1952-2001) – The hitch hikers guide to the galaxy.
I don’t suppose Douglas knew how close he actually was to the truth when he wrote these lines in his wonderful satire on metaphysics. In the ‘Seth Material’ the channelled spirit of Seth tells us that the ‘All-that-is’, the supreme being or whatever you imagine the creator of everything to be called, is actually an organised whole that is the sum of every conscious particle – in every multidimensional world – that has ever and will ever exist. We all together, along with every animal, mineral and vegetable are what makes God god.
This Entity is eternally becoming so if all the conscious elements in that system were to actually return to the point of perfection, of all knowing, then no further creation would be necessary. After all you can’t improve on perfection and that’s when life gets boring and ceases to be of value. At this point ‘All-that-is’ just takes that boundless Etch-A-Sketch (that we have en masse been filling in since the beginning of time) and gives it a good old shake. What can be better than a clean slate? Every conscious particle is reborn with a new purpose and that unbridled joy that is found in any new born. The great journey of life begins again and why not. After all the enjoyment is in the journey, not the arrival. I wouldn’t fret though. I think humanity is a long way from ever reaching that level of perfection.
As Seth says;
“All portions of All-That-Is do not recognize themselves consciously as All-That-Is. But know themselves mainly as individuals, not as the prime gestalt individual. When realization is reached at the highest level, then All-That-Is instantly creates new realities, and to some extent, you see, loses the conscious knowledge of its own identity.”
“The loss is always temporary and self-generated.”