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July 31, 2015


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Believers will assume the aliens are agents of the Devil, and will proudly confess their faith and accept their death, confident that they'll be rewarded in the afterlife for their steadfast stupidity.


The answer is : NO

Even if the concept of God would be correct
while dicting the answer Zillions of nanoseconds having passed
during which God made Xillions of new universes to still His endless desire for Love

God is a dynamic Entity
The questing is silly.

Btw : A race that establishes space achievements as you described
MUST have been at the top of IQ
and of course great EFFICIENCY

Then a civilization is far beyond such un-efficient energy waisting games-phantasies

An actuality is however that they detected c q still inquire about the Crown Chakra in humans.

how this flesh is woven over the Chakra system
and how they might copy that


It's all about the Crown Chakra, duh.

Our universe may be a Matrix-like computer game designed by aliens, says NASA scientist - published: 11 May 2015:


Rich Terrile, director of the Centre for Evolutionary Computation and Automated Design at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, has spoken out about the digital simulation. 

"One explanation is that we're living within a simulation, seeing what we need to see when we need to see it."

10 Reasons Life May Be A Computer Simulation


It’s amazing that humans exist. For life to start on Earth, we needed everything to be just right. We’re the perfect distance away from the Sun, the atmosphere has the correct composition, and gravity is just powerful enough. And though there may be many other planets with those conditions, life gets even more impressive when you widen your perspective beyond Earth. If some cosmic factor like dark energy were even a little stronger, life probably wouldn’t exist, either here or anywhere else in the universe.

The anthropic principle asks, “Why? Why did these conditions come about so perfectly for us?”

One explanation is that the conditions were deliberately set in place with the intention of giving us life. Every convenient factor was a fixed condition in some vast lab experiment. The factors were just plugged into the universe, and then the simulation was started. This let existence and our individual planet evolve the way it has.

A consequence of this is that those behind the simulation needn’t be humans at all. Some other set of beings may be running it, and they choose to hide their presence from us. Perhaps alien life knows how to manipulate the computer program and can make themselves invisible to us.

If time in the multiverse we exist in is circular, then we are just seeds that have been planted by our ancestors. Our entire universe was probably created by entities way beyond of comprehension, which may of originally grown from mankind.

Man invents computer - man then merges with computer/tech to gain greater intelligence and longer life - machines become sentient - machines create more and more advanced machines.

Stars eventually die and Super God like machines eventually understand how to create a universe and supply the matter and components for new life to evolve.

And so it goes on forever.

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