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After one of my recent Blog postings about God’s creating us, someone wanted to know, Who created the Creator? OK guys, you want an answer? To be honest, I doubt that our finite minds could understand completely if it were explained to us. The Council has said many times that our vocabulary is very limited and our three dimensional understanding of life does not make it any easier but, let us look at it this way: Since God's existence has no end why should it have a beginning? So, the simple answer is, God always was. And as Einstein pointed out, the closer your speed is to the speed of light, time ceases to exist, therefore there is no time in the spiritual realms. Everything is NOW. The Council refers to it as the ever-present now. The past is now and the future is now. For God everything is now. Actually, if properly explained it is even more complicated than that but I would need to explain more about the different levels of the mind and the functioning of the soul through those levels of consciousness into the physical world that appears to be solid and real. Simply put, God does not exist in time and space, therefore, He is not bound by such rules as we are.

Questioner:  Would you please explain why or how God or the Infinite was always here?

The Council:  Here again, there is really no explanation for it.  Not because there is not, but because you just cannot explain something like that in words.  You have a tendency with words to box in or lower the whole situation.  God is a Being whose whole existence is a Consciousness.  Now mind you, regardless of what words we use, we are doing our Creator a grave injustice in trying to explain or describe His Glories.  At times with such questions we would just sooner not try to explain since there is nothing near adequate.  This is a Conscious Existence of an All-Powerful Force which is, in a way you cannot understand, a Being, a live, live Being, but again not "alive" in the sense that you know it, for in comparison you are less than dead.  Even in your spiritual state you would be less than dead, so it is a Consciousness that has always permeated.

Questioner:  There was no beginning, just always was.  Is that what you are saying?

The Council:  That is what we are saying.  It is impossible for the human mind to comprehend something like that.  It is almost impossible for us to comprehend something like that.  Yet, even though we have a greater degree of understanding, we cannot even put it in words because there are no human words available.  The closest one could come is that there is a Conscious Being, a Conscious Existence, that is in total complete.  Now this probably does not make any sense to you, but that would be the closest explanation.


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Comment by MaryJane on February 26, 2011 at 1:47pm
We are ABSULUTY on the path to becoming Gods!!!!  Each and every one of us.  No matter how long it takes, we all get there.  When you really believe and know that then you start of see life differently.  A change begins in you also.
Comment by MaryJane on February 26, 2011 at 1:43pm
Once I read in a book, I forget which one, but God said "You should see what I had to do to get to be God".  And I thought "Wow" that is big!!!!  I could feel the emormity of it all.  How exciting!!!!
Comment by killuminatiforever on February 26, 2011 at 8:28am
Very interesting however I got a little something if God's are created and we are created then do we become God's our selves?
Comment by valerie ann moss on February 24, 2011 at 11:07am
thankyou ...was ...and will be...
Comment by butterfly on February 23, 2011 at 1:52pm
thanks.  i think you explained it all as well as can be.
Comment by John Jancar on February 23, 2011 at 2:56am
But there IS an answer. The answer is that nobody created God. God is, was, and always will be. I know it is hard for our limited minds to grasp the concept of eternity, and timelessness, but that IS the answer.
Comment by QuetzalMex09 on February 23, 2011 at 1:23am
What about "THE UNMENTIONABLE"?...this will do it.Thank you,all, for sharing your great comments in this post.                                     Namasté
Comment by Auslyn on February 23, 2011 at 12:31am

It is surprising that these answers are non-answers. Wouldn't it be better to say that we don't know, ergo we have no answers?




Comment by QuetzalMex09 on February 22, 2011 at 10:28pm
Wuaww!DAVID22,this is a wonderful post,thank you so much for sharing it,as well as the great links,they will be in my favorities!,Thank you so much BEN,for sharing with me so much Love and Wisdom.         Namasté                  
Comment by Troy on February 19, 2011 at 6:47pm

Why is my blood purple sand?  What are you talking about?  Just because one can ask the question does not mean that it is applicable in any way. So to ask "Who created god" is not applicable because it is unanswerable. But philosophers have always asked the question to get people to understand god's creation. 


Once I was in a meditation and I went to a place a place where there were many spheres of light.  Each sphere  represented a soul.  It was a place of pure peace and tranquility. There was no sound.  Only light. Having just entering this place I discovered that I could peer into any of these spheres and realized that they were beings and I could know whatever I wanted to know about these beings by willing the knowledge to come forth and it was instantaneous knowing.  So I knew the answer before I even asked the question.  There was no process involved or waiting in gathering the answer.  So there was no process or a beginning to god.  Even in the bible it says in the beginning god created the heavens and the earth which means that god was there before the beginning.  And god is not part of the universe.  The universe is god's creation. God is not his creation anymore than a painter is his painting.  So to associate a beginning to god is not applicable.


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