How Can You Say That God Does Not Exist?
‘Enoch, thou hast longed to know my true name: arise and follow me and thou shalt know it’
Above: the symbol and some text from the Royal Arch of Enoch, the 13th degree of the 33 in the Scottish rite, and below: the regalia of the Rose-Croix, the 18th degree.
In Genesis, Enoch was the sixth patriarch after the original Adam, popularly said to be ‘gathered up by God’ without going through a conventional death.
Freemasonry is based on Qabalah, an attempt to understand God’s creation through decoding symbols, allegories and cryptograms and therefore better understand yourself as a fractal of Creation.
All the clues are here in these pictures. Can you crack the code?
There is no dichotomy between true religion and true science
‘As above, so below’
When I first red the Dan Brown novel, Angels and Demons, which takes as its theme the resolution of the conflict between God and Science, I was an atheist. When the hero’s sexy companion – Vittoria Vetra, a scientist working on particle physics at CERN – claims there is no conflict between the two, I laughed. I laughed at the transparent desperate grasping of straws by religious types to justify their world-view in the face of the overwhelming scientific evidence.
When I read the book again five years later as a man of faith, I remembered my previous scepticism as an atheist. For this time round, I wholly accepted the notion that science was only an attempt to understand the ‘mind of God’. For no matter how far science explains the How, it virtually never touches on the Why, the Wherefore or the Where From.
Indeed, when science is developed and used to understand God’s Creation and the nature of God Himself, it aids our spiritual understanding and helps us to make enormous leaps on the journey, as I can personally testify from my own experience.
For example, the concept that the same electron can co-exist in two different parts of the Universe simultaneously mirrors (and resolves) the apparently conflicting concepts of God within and God without. The fact that electrons behave in a more orderly fashion when they ‘know’ they are being observed serves as a warning to those humans who misbehave that: ‘God is always watching’.
‘As above, so below’.
Hawking his role in the Divine Plan
I mention all this because Professor Stephen Hawking has reportedly told Spanish newspaper, El Mundo, that: ‘There is no God’, after headlining at the Starmus Festival on the Spanish island of Tenerife. In an exclusive interview, Hawking said he was an atheist because: ‘Religion believes in miracles but these aren’t compatible with science’.
Ironically, it is only by virtue of a miracle – the will of God transcending the usual rules of our physical world – that the author of bestseller, A Brief History of Time, is still alive. When Hawking was 21, he was diagnosed with motor neurone disease.
Doctors gave him two years to live – in line with the general life expectancy of those who contract this terrible and debilitating disease. So God has — so far — spared Hawking from the slow and painful death by asphyxiation – as the muscles in the lungs and chest cease to work – associated with it.
Professor Hawking really should be very grateful to God, indeed.
I know though why God has kept the ungrateful Hawkins alive for all these years. It was so he could play a part – and a vital part at that – in the journey of the Messiah to realise his destiny.
In late-2004, I was looking into the esoteric, the name given to the study of ‘the secret’ said to be encoded in ancient documents like the Bible and protected by societies like the Egyptian mystery schools; the Knights Templar; the Rosicrucians; and latterly the Freemasons in the higher ‘red’ degrees at least, which include titles like:
♦ the ‘Sublime Prince of the Royal Secret’ (32nd)
♦ the ‘Grand Sovereign Inspector General’ (33rd).
In this study, I kept coming across something called ‘Qabalah’ (sometimes transliterated from the Hebrew as ‘Kabbalah’ or ‘Cabala’). At the time, I was – as usual – struggling to make ends meet. I couldn’t afford to buy books so was reliant on the selection at Maldon Lending Library. Obviously, there wasn’t much of a section on esoteric knowledge so I kept making a mental note to order a couple of interesting titles I had seen on the subject, the next time I was in the library. Unfortunately I kept forgetting to do so – until the right moment came.
‘Abandon all hope, ye who enter here’
Angels and Demons was Dan Brown’s first venture into the world of the esoteric and secret societies, introducing the concept of the Illuminati to a wider audience, spawning a spate of ill-informed commentators who equate them with the Zionist New World Order.
Brown’s later novels on the esoteric, The Da Vinci Code and The Lost Symbol, raised the profile of the ‘Priory of Sion’ and the Freemasons in a similar way and generated enormous interest in the secret.
Dan Brown has since fallen out with his secret society backers. His latest book, Inferno, makes the case for the depopulation agenda.
The Tree of Life in Qabalah with its ten sephirot or spheres and the disc, Daath (‘Data’), not attached, mirroring Hawkins ten or eleven dimensions in quantum mechanics
A Brief History of Mine
At the time, I had just read A Brief History of Time, which was then spending a record 237 weeks on the bestseller list. Having struggled to comprehend the work, I returned it to Maldon Library. It was on that visit that The Power of Kabbalah leapt out at me from the shelves. When I read it, I found the same core concepts of Creation in the Qabalah that I had found in Hawking’s research:
At the time, this was the most exciting hot new intelligence I had ever heard. For although I had been an atheist for around 40 years – my ‘forty days in the wilderness’ – I had always been looking for evidence of some kind of higher power because I was so scared of death.
The trouble was, I found the accounts given by most religious types to be unconvincing and often self-righteous and condescending. When I asked them where Heaven was, they had no explanation. Now, quantum mechanics had answered my question: Heaven was clearly in the other dimensions – which both quantum physics and Qabalah agree were collapsed shortly after the Big Bang/the Flash of Zion. (On closer study of the Tree, I realised that the sphere transliterated as ‘Hod’ could be transliterated as ‘Heav-ed’. Some years later, when voyaging on Iboga, I went there and saw the souls!).
I cannot describe the euphoric joy I felt on finally being able to have proved to me there was existence beyond the four dimensions we perceive with our senses. In Qabalistic terms, I had ‘pierced the first veil’. I have since read quantum theories which state that space-time is a condition of the Universe (rather than the Universe being a condition of space-time).
To me, that is the closest science will ever come to proclaiming: ‘There is a God’. I have also read theories which aim to deal with the central question raised by the existence of the original atom from which all energy comes, which is: ‘Where does that atom come from?’
Before Creation: God without Form
Of course, the Antients had an answer to this. It comes from a god without form. Since it lives ‘outside’ physical Creation, then it exists outside time in ‘no-thing(ness)‘. Because this god exists outside time, it has always been there and always will be. In recent years, physicists have begun to grapple with this concept of ‘the void’ – known to the Greeks as ‘Chaos‘ – identifying different types of nothing, like the vacuum or the black hole.
My immediate response to this new-found hope was to wonder how the Qabalists had known this for many thousands of years, when modern physicists had only just come across these concepts.
As a result, I went on the journey: I made the decision to believe there was some kind of benevolent force guiding and shaping us all. Since then, I have never looked back. I have always believed in love and God, although over the years, I have obviously come to understand better the nature of the One True God, Jesus, and His and my place in Creation.
Indeed, no true man of reason would ever say: ‘There is no God’ – as Hawking has apparently done – the mistake I made for many years as a – ahem – ‘sworn atheist’.
Of course, only the universal supreme arbiter of absolute truth would be in a position to say: ‘There is no God’ – as opposed to the more rationally correct: ‘I don’t believe in God’ or ‘There is no evidence for the existence of God, I believe’. Since the absolute arbiter of truth would be the Supreme Being (aka God Almighty) then he is unlikely to say: ‘There is no God’!
Indeed, it is the very height of egotistical self-evaluation to claim that you can make such a statement, wrongly confusing observable fact and speculative opinion. On the other hand, the genuinely spiritual being is all to aware that he sees little of the totality of Creation and is therefore unlikely to develop the kind of rigid ideological mindset that bedevils so many scientific extremists like Richard Dawkin and now, Stephen Hawking.
In his defence, Hawking does not actually say: ‘There is no God’, although that is the gist of his words. According to El Mundo, he said: ‘Before we understood science, it was a natural belief that God created the Universe. But now science offers a more convincing explanation’, before adding that he was therefore ‘an atheist’.
As pointed out above, science has yet to convincingly explain where the original atom came from, which exploded in the Big Bang.
But then again, although popular – and a household name to boot – Hawking is not rated as one of the finest minds of the world of quantum mechanics. When his fellow physicists came to rate the great minds in their field of the twentieth century, Hawking did not even come in the top twenty.
Martin Rees's Six Numbers
The values of the following six dimensionless constants are deemed fundamental to present-day physical theory and the known structure of the universe:
N ≈ 1036: the ratio of the fine structure constant (the dimensionless coupling constant for electromagnetism) to the gravitational coupling constant, the latter defined using twoprotons. In Barrow and Tipler (1986), this ratio is denoted α/αG. N governs the relative importance of gravity and electrostatic attraction/repulsion in explaining the properties of baryonic matter;
ε ≈ 0.007: The fraction of the mass of four protons that is released as energy when fused into a helium nucleus. ε governs the energy output of stars, and is determined by the coupling constant for the strong force;
Ω ≈ 0.3: the ratio of the actual density of the universe to the critical (minimum) density required for the universe to eventually collapse under its gravity. Ω determines the ultimate fate of the universe. If Ω>1, the universe will experience a Big Crunch. If Ω < 1, the universe will expand forever;
Q ≈ 10−5: The energy required to break up and disperse an instance of the largest known structures in the universe, namely a galactic cluster or supercluster, expressed as a fraction of the energy equivalent to the rest mass m of that structure, namely mc2;
D = 3: the number of macroscopic spatial dimensions.
The ‘No Evidence’ Fallacy and ‘Intelligent Design’
In fact, Professor Stephen is ‘hawking’ the argument that I used to make – ‘There is no evidence for the existence of God, therefore he doesn’t exist’. But as any wise man knows, this is a rational fallacy.
There is no evidence of the existence of my great-great-great-great-great-great-great grandfather but he must have existed because I exist now and human beings are only created through the normal methods of intercourse, fertilisation and birth (unless you wish to postulate that my great-great-great-great-great-great grandfather (his son) was born by immaculate conception!).
So is there evidence for the existence of God – and His role in Creation – contrary to what Hawking claims? Although you can never prove His existence, scientists have found evidence of ‘intelligent design’– or the ‘invisible hand’, as it was known before the ‘Enlightenment’ – in Creation.
Although an atheist, the former Astronomer Royal, Fred Hoyle – whose school Hawking wished to join at Cambridge University for his PhD — famously remarked that without panspermia:
The chance that higher life forms might have emerged in this way is comparable with the chance that a tornado sweeping through a junk-yard might assemble a Boeing 747 from the materials therein.
Life cannot have had a random beginning … The trouble is that there are about two thousand enzymes, and the chance of obtaining them all in a random trial is only one part in 10 to the power of 40,000, an outrageously small probability that could not be faced even if the whole universe consisted of organic soup.
To avoid using any phrase which might indicate the existence of God, scientists also call this concept ‘the fine-tuned Universe’. It states that the conditions that allow the elements, matter and life to exist in the Universe can only happen with certain universal fundamental physical constants which themselves lie within an extremely narrow range. In his book, Just Six Numbers, current Astronomer Royal, Martin Rees, argues that six numbers constitute a recipe for the Creation of the Universe. If any one of the numbers were different ‘even to the tiniest degree, there would be no stars, no complex elements, no life.’
These parameters are so precise that they support the existence of an intelligent guiding hand, shepherding Creation as opposed to a load of random events which led to the Creation of elements, then galaxies, then stars, then planets, then somehow the evolution of life and – above all – us, self-consciously intelligent beings.
One of the ‘six numbers’ is 0.07ε (Epsilon), the strength of the force binding subatomic particles into the nucleus. But:
♦ If it were 0.01 less, then only hydrogen could exist, meaning there would be no other elements to form galaxies, stars and planets.
♦ If it were 0.01 higher, hydrogen wouldn’t exist shortly after the Big Bang.
Again, if there is no hydrogen, there can be no other physical elements, including carbon, of which we are made. When we combine all the odds together of these narrow parameters coming together, the fact we are here at all seems nothing short of a miracle! Or rather some guiding force must be making each stage of Creation fall within these narrow constraints so the next stage can happen.
The Multiverse and misplaced faith
Militant atheist scientists have of course come up with an answer to this: the ‘multi-verse’. Under this concept, we live in just one world of physical ‘laws’. Other parts of the ‘multi-verse’ will exist under their own set of equally narrow but different parameters perhaps creating non-carbon-based life forms.
Of course, there is not one scrap of evidence for this ‘multi-verse’. As such, it requires a leap of faith as great – if not greater than – a belief in the One True God himself.
That has not stopped the man who once starred in Star Trek and The Simpsons setting himself up as the prophet of this new popular science concept. Since 2010, Hawking has used his public profile to attack religion and philosophy and endorse the ‘multi-verse’. In 2011, in an interview entitled: ‘There is no Heaven’, he responded to the Guardian’s questions about this odd position with the following words:
The universe is governed by science. But science tells us that we can’t solve the equations, directly in the abstract. We need to use the effective theory of Darwinian natural selection of those Societies most likely to survive. We assign them a higher value.
Without wishing to sound cruel and heartless, one wonders whether the machine which acts as his voice was on the blink that day. We might also wonder the same about his recent proclamation to the Daily Mail that researchers enquiring into the Higgs Boson or ‘God particle’ might stress it out, thus destroying the Universe.
Certainly, other physicists have taken him to task for his ‘revelation’ regarding the multiverse because it is not based on sound scientific evidence or analysis. Twenty years ago, relevantly qualified climate scientists were challenging the myth of ‘man-made global warming’ but that didn’t stop it taking off (although it has now been quietly replaced with ‘climate change’ as the former cannot be justified by the science).
Once you understand the nature of the god without form, from which Creation comes – endless and infinite, timeless and eternal — you will realise there is no room for a ‘multi-verse’ because all ‘-verses’ will go back to the One, the Source, precisely because it is infinite and eternal.
Strangely, the concept of the ‘multi-verse’ has only been pushed since the wider spiritual awakening of human beings began about ten to fifteen years ago and the re-discovery of the always-existing (Common or Natural or God’s) Law as the way to liberate ourselves from the oppression of the banksters; their draconian legislation; and psychopathic foreign policy.
God’s Atheistic Covenant
The Law’s commandment to ‘Love your neighbour as you love yourself’ means you can only be held to account for causing harm, loss or injury to your fellow man rather than for simply not following the rules, as happened to me at my trial in 2002. Note well all you atheists that this is an atheistic covenant with man as it does not mention God.
So when it comes to man’s legislation versus the Law, to my mind there is no contest. For example, man-made rules and regulations continue to prohibit marijuana, the ‘Lord’s plant’ – as it is referred to in the Tanakh, or the Old Testament – even though there is now overwhelming evidence to indicate that it cures cancer; provides perfect nutrition for a human being; and is a carbon-neutral, calorific fuel that could power our cars, homes and industry.
That is why, I believe, we are seeing increasingly vehement and absurd attacks on God and His existence. The dark elite want to abolish the Law by abolishing God. Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater, Man.
In fact, the universal equation that quantum physicists are striving to establish has already been promoted for at least two millennia by the Bible. I t is ‘Love=Law’, which unlike Isaac Newton’s ‘laws’ has no exceptions and is therefore by reason, Law. The exceptions to Newton’s ‘laws’ of, for example, motion at the very large and very small levels in quantum mechanics proves they are rules.
As I’ve already stated in this article, I’ve voyaged to ‘Heaven’ so I know it exists. I also voyaged to ‘parallel universes’ as they are sometimes called, although a better phrase would be ‘parallel alternative outcomes’. I accessed them through the sphere of Netzach on the Tree of Life, which could be transliterated as ‘Nexc’, indicating ‘(What’s) Next’.
I also communicate with Jesus, the One True God – but not the only god — on a daily basis so I know He exists. To those who think this is simply my own consciousness, I say: ‘How does He/It teach me things I do not know?’ Of course, as any philosopher will tell you, you can’t prove a negative. To prove that ‘God’ doesn’t exist, you would have to prove that something else created the atom that exploded in the Big Bang.
But couldn’t we then argue that anything which can create something out of nothing must be ‘God’ anyway? If you could prove the existence of God, then it would no longer be a matter of faith. And as any true believer knows, faith can move mountains – in a way that intellectualism simply cannot.
It is therefore a shame that Professor Hawking has revealed himself to be a ‘learned’ rather than a ‘wise’ man.
So Stephen, just because Jesus chooses not to talk to you doesn’t mean He doesn’t exist. It is more likely to mean that He no longer considers you worthy of protection. But that can change with a simple decision on your part to want to believe in God because – ironically – ‘Believing is seeing‘, not the other way round – as the ‘great god science‘, has it.
But isn’t it better to spend a life standing up for truth, justice and law even if there is no God and therefore no prospect of redemption – which is ironically what God demands of you – than it is to conform to and support a tyrannical, hypocritical society which thinks nothing of the consequences of manufactured war, false-flag terrorism and torture and uses a perverted from of science to justify its macabre ends.
The Atheist's View
Richard Dawkins set out his case for atheism in The God Delusion, published in 2006. Although the eminent scientist claims to work with reason and evidence, he revealed himself to be woefully ignorant about matters ranging from 9/11 to the teachings of the Bible.
For example, he swallowed the official hypothesis about 19 Muslims flying planes into buildings, which collapsed due to fire and gravity, despite the actual evidence showing that this account is a scientific impossibility. He also used a highly personal interpretation of the ‘Love your neighbour…’ principle rather than research how the concept is defined in English law (see Donoghue v Stephenson).
In November 2006, Dawkins was a featured character in two episodes of South Park, called Go God Go and its sequel, Go God Go XII, in which he forms an intimate relationship with the transexual male to female primary school teacher, Mrs Garrison, who has refused to teach Darwinian evolution.
A parallel plot sees Eric Cartman waking up 400 years in the future where there is a war between three factions: the Allied Atheist Alliance; the United Atheist Alliance; and the Unified Atheist League over the Great Question of Science with each faction claiming the other factions are irrational in their approach.
The Great God, Science
Satire is supposed to satirise.
Depicting somebody as having a predilection for buggering a bald transvestite is not satire and not witty.
The futuristic projection of wars between atheist factions is genuine satire and quite witty.
I think it’s important to understand the difference.
I preferred the experience of going on The Simpsons.