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Science and Religion Examined

Science and Religion Examined

Is Religion a Science and is Science a Religion 

Are science and religion figure-out-able? Marie Forleo in her new book says Everything is Figureoutable. Today we will start to figure out science and religion.

Einstein said science without religion is lame and religion without science is blind.

Some people have said that science has become like a religion to scientists. They have faith that science will provide all the answers to explain everything. 

But, science is bound by rules that prevent going outside of this boundary. 

Science fails at using emotions, dreams, and higher frequencies to know our true selves.

Some people treat religion as a science. For instance, they get all the science answers that they need from the bible.

They have a belief that the answers for life are in the bible and they have no need to study or examine things beyond their religious beliefs. 

In effect, it’s more like an easy/ lazy way out of thinking on your own. Just go to church on Sunday, greet friends and free your mind from further thinking. 

At the beginning of religion, it was probably a way to console the population and then it became a way to control the masses now it’s more like a social gathering.

All the church needed was a martyr and a book that was impossible to understand to start a church following. 

One more thing they needed was a sharing of stories which is really what the bible is about.

Sharing stories is also the way social media works on the internet. When more and more people shared the miraculous story of Jesus religion went viral. 

Don’t get me wrong I’m not trashing religion or science. I’m for the truth and I think we can handle the truth. 

The Old Paradigm

The need to govern the education system, the role of the church, the security of the country, and the food and housing groups gave us a government.

 

With a government comes politics and politicians as well as the role of science to create the various (“How” to make *) stuff that we all need. 

How to grow food, how to build homes, how to make everything.

After thousands of years, the people have become accustomed to take these roles on credences without really knowing what each group does.

We allow religion to give us faith without knowing where the rules or stories came from.

We vote for politicians without knowing what they really stand for.

We go to school and learn what is taught to us but not what is left out of the teaching.

We believe what scientists say without us knowing the facts. For instance, global warming is bad for us and climate change is proof. 

What can we do to make a difference?

The New Paradigm  

The only constant in the universe is change. Don’t be afraid of change.

Recently the teenager Greta Thunberg from Sweden started a global movement to create awareness of global warming. 

She is a wonderful example of someone who decided to make a difference. 

But what if she is actually on the wrong side of the problem and is afraid of change.

Her reasons to protest are seemingly altruistic, but they are based on fear and fear-based thinking should be examined for flaws. 

What if the Earth and also the solar system is going through important changes that involve passing into extra energies that we aren’t aware of?

Are we just afraid of change, because we know that change is always for the worst, right? 

These changes are making certain animals and insects extinct, maybe because they can’t handle the extra energy coming into our solar system.

Could climate change be nature’s way of dealing with this increased energy?

Perhaps a fearful teenager is crying for the wrong reasons because scientists don’t understand that change is part of evolution. 

How many scientists have looked beyond the obvious reasons, what if the Earth is going into higher energies?

I tend to trust the intelligence of Mother Earth versus the current knowledge that scientists have.

Scientists didn’t create planet Earth and they are just starting to figure out stuff. 

Imagine If 

What if science and religion blended together slightly to allow the possibility that there is more to the universe than meets the eye. 

Instead of thinking the Universe is all there is and instead of believing that God created the Universe, I have another solution. 

Imagine that the Universe has many layers like an onion. One of those layers is at the center in the 3rd dimension where we are.

We are on the membrane that separates the layers in an onion and separates the dimensions by a kind of energy phase transition. 

Now imagine that the outermost layer of the onion is the Source energy that created the Universe.

Then the entire onion is the Universe and not the small 3rd dimension where we are. 

Each layer is a dimension separated from other layers by an energy barrier or membrane.

The energy of the Big bang slowly moves into larger dimensions as we see with the expanding universe.

This image of the Universe changes everything. It solves all the problems that scientists have and sheds new light on the spiritual aspect of the Universe. 

I won’t go into all the aspects in this article but you can find the information on these links. 

Dimensions of dark matter, Finding more dimensions, proof other dimensions exist. 

The New Age 

These articles prove that other dimensions exist and scientists need to think outside the box.

Religions must also allow the idea of a greater universe. God didn’t create Earth and the heavens in 7 days or whatever.

The Universe is a hierarchy of energy levels with a form of spiritual government. I estimate there are 4 physical layers and 5 possible nonphysical layers.

Since we don’t count dimensions 1 and 2 that gives us a total of 9 dimensions.

God or the Source of all infinite power is outside of these 9 layers and beyond that there is nothing. Read this article about God.

God is the infinity of everything and beyond infinity is nothing and we know that nothing doesn’t exist. 

Thank you for your time and energy and as always be well. https://lovinthings.com 

About the Author Erik Lovin

Erik has a BSc degree and is a retired professional photographer who is now a published author of many books. His passion is understanding how life and the universe work. He is currently blogging about the science of the Big Bang and science in your life. Erik is helping his tribe with questions about the universe. His goal is to help find a theory of everything (TOE). In order to do that, he is trying to prove light has mass and that the fabric of spacetime is a false theory. We are welcoming questions and answers that you might have about the universe.

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