Creation – Formation of Worlds / Question #38

#38 How did God create the universe ?

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“To borrow a well-known expression, by His will. Nothing can give a better idea of action of that all-powerful will than those grand words of Genesis. “God said, ‘Let there be Light,’ and there was light.”

Spirits here borrow these well-known words from Genesis, “God said”; he of course did not said because where is God; where is his mouth ? But he was for sure willing to create such a place, the universe. His will is the First Cause.

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Creation – Formation of Worlds / Question 37

#37 Has the universe been created, or has it existed from all eternity, like God ?

#37 - Has the universe been created, or has it existed from all eternity, like God

“Assuredly the universe cannot have made itself; and it it had existed fro, all eternity, like God, it could not be the work of God.”

By universe here Spirits do mean the physical space we are in; it must have been created by God (that we often call Universe, with a capital U) since only God, also can be called the Primitive Cause, exists from all eternity. It can only be the work of God.

This universe has been created so Spirits can evolve in a material world and get experiences that they could not get in a totally spiritual world. That is the reason of our multiple venue in this universe.

So what was before the creation of the (or at least this) material universe? Only the spiritual world maybe. We already know what needs such a world satisfies: Spirits’ improvment

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General Elements of the Universe – Universal Space / Question #36

#36 Does an absolute void exist in any part of space ?

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“No there is no void. What appears like a void to you is occupied by matter in a state in which it escapes the action of your senses and of your instruments.”

There is then always atoms in the outer space. What we call black matter is not void; scientist actually worked and still work a lot on this dark matter and we now know that it is about 27% of the observable universe. We know it is matter, but we cannot clearly “see” it even with the newest material.

“which it escapes the action of your senses and of your instruments”, Spirits here are then more than right. It will take time. But it is sure that there is no void, and we hear from time to time: Nature does not like void.

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General Elements of the Universe – Universal Space / Question #35

#35 Is universal space infinite or limited ?

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“Infinite. Suppose the existence of boundaries, what would there be beyond them? This consideration confounds human reason; and nevertheless your reason itself tells you that it cannot be otherwise. It is thus with the idea of infinity, under whatever aspect you consider it. The idea of infinity cannot be comprehended in your narrow sphere.”

Here is the Superior Spirits’ answer, the universe space is infinite. This material World where Spirits incarnate themselves into bodies to live a material experience is infinite. It is indeed hard for us to understand that there is no boundaries since everything around us has a beginning and an end.

Everything we create whether it is material or immaterial has a start and an end. So it is easy to understand that we cannot understand something we never experienced. However, Spirits, us, are in a human body for material experience and after our body perishes, we will come back to the Spirit World; then we can say that we did experience such an infinite concept; but we don’t remember it during incarnation. We will talk about this later.

Also, this material world which is infinite is here to welcome all the Spirits that get incarnated for some experience, for a step; like we all do now. These Spirits are infinite as well so it makes sense that we need an infinite material World to welcome them all, little by little for many steps until Spirits get purified enough.

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If we imagine a limit to space, no matter how far off our thought may place this limit, our reason tells us that there must still be something beyond it and so on step by step, until we arrive at the idea of infinity; for the “something beyond,” the existence of which is recognized by our thought as necessity, were it only an absolute void, would still be space.

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