Anna von Reitz
Inevitably, when I use Biblical concepts and discussions to engage people and make them think about what they technically already know, I get atheists calling me up and hitting my dashboard and writing nasty notes to the effect that they just can’t stand it when I talk about “God” and that for them, it ruins my credibility, even though the historical material I bring forward is compelling.
The Bible is mostly history, too, I point out to no avail.
They forget, or else they never knew, that I began my life as a mathematician. In a kinder world, it would have been my life’s work. It is still my solace in times of grief or despair. My Shinola Sensor is the result of an active mind well-trained in logic and mathematics and science in general— not an accident.
So how could I believe in, or even bring myself to talk about “God”?
Precisely because I am a mathematician by nature.
The existence of God was explained to me by my Father, who informed me (at about age three) all about the Number 1.
One is a very, very interesting number. First, it is the universal whole unit. You can talk about endless parts and fractions and divisions of 1, but in the end, there is only one whole 1.
Everything we talk about, use or even perceive is conceptualized in terms of “1 or not 1”. Everything we build depends upon units of 1. Everything we grow, eat, and conceive has its existence in terms of 1.
Not only that, but 1 is the only number that divides into every other number including itself. One is the only number that can be multiplied by any other number, and not change the value of that second number.
One is the first Prime Number, defined as a number that can only be divided by itself and one. It is, in fact, “the” Prime Number.
The distance between 0 and 1 on the number line is the mathematical definition of creation. It’s the “missing space” the Kabbalists have argued about for centuries. God, the One, the single point source, started at 0 and created everything in that little space between 0 and 1. One filled the Void between 0 and 1.
That’s why it is called a “uni-verse”.
Every scientist and skeptic on Earth accepts the existence and reality and validity of 1. Every single one of them. There is no argument at all. Not only do we have a universe, we have universal agreement about that fact.
Name one other idea in the realms of science or art about which there is universal agreement?
If you want to think about it in terms of geometry, you get the Big Bang Theory. God, a single point, gave rise to Cartesian points on a two-dimensional grid, and then the x-y grid added the z coordinate…..and what do you have? Three dimensional space. Boom! What a concept!
That happens to be where we live and breathe and have our being.
And while we are at it, lets look at the “Zero Point” on a number line again. There’s a great deal of excited talk about “Zero Point Energy” and “Zero Point Engineering” these days. So what is all the excitement about?
The Zero Point is where 1 intersects with our dimension, where, in terms of the concept of time, all that was meets all that will be in the single moment that is—- the alpha and omega, the beginning and the end. Now.
This moment. You are living it. You are totally immersed in it. You can’t exist without it. Yet you want to stand here and tell me that it doesn’t exist? That it makes you “sick” when I talk about it?
You want my “definition” of God? — An endlessly expanding, self-generating, multi-dimensional morphogenic information matrix that creates a universal constant: 1.
It still makes far, far less difference how I or anyone else defines “God” than how the Universal One defines me.
My Father was a brilliant man, trained from his youth to be a Materials Scientist. In a kinder, saner world, that would have been his life’s work.
In all my days with him, he never lied to me about anything. Not once. Not even about Santa Claus. This is a man whose tongue would shrivel up if he even tried to lie. He was completely earnest and honest and open about everything in life.
What was his favorite number?
Why? Because 1 stands for All That Is.
If you don’t love 1, there is no other 1 to love. There is only “not 1” — the absence of All That Is, otherwise known as “nothingness”, “the void”, and “the Abyss”—– and you can go there, if you like.
I have visited it. But even the Abyss does not exist apart from 1.
Even there in universal darkness, where there is nothing left but you and your own ego and the rubber wall of endless separation between you and everything and everyone else — even in that true “Hell” of absolute alienation— even there, you will find One.
I write this down to entertain your intelligence, to encourage you to think in simple, direct terms of mathematics that everyone can observe and already knows. I knew that God exists and His Name and His Number and everything else that I have just described for all of you by age three, and by age nineteen I had discovered that One exists even in the Abyss.
So all you grand “men of science”, all you self-important Poobahs of logic, all you prideful Atheists and Non-Believers who are embarrassed by any discussion of “God”, perhaps you can bring yourselves even at this late date to contemplate the numerical concept of the Number 1. And be a bit embarrassed for other reasons.
While you are at it, you might consider the corollary concept of “gods”.
A great deal of work on the true cutting-edge of mathematics has gone into analysis of the mathematical interface that exists in all languages, a different interface for each one, but also following specific limits and known patterns — from the simple computer languages known as binary language systems to the complex 27-plus dimension languages like Hebrew.
From the standpoint of mathematical linguistics, the word “gods” is closely associated with the word “guards” in all the ancient language math interfaces. Mathematically, “gods” and “guards” are synonyms. So what does this imply for us?
The most obvious conclusion is that the “gods” known as the “Elohim” are guards and that guardianship is sacred, whether we guard the lives of the children in our care or we guard the health of the planet we live on or we guard the quality of our own thoughts and thought processes.
I don’t believe in God because someone told me to. I believe in God because I have guarded and retained my own thought processes and powers of simple observation.
Scientists and mathematicians who allow politics and “politically correct” thinking to take over their minds and dictate their conclusions are not worth the powder to blow them to Hell and back, because they have allowed themselves to become fashionable instead of truthful, to be popular instead of right, and to be sheep instead of guardians.
I call on every scientist and mathematician reading this to just stop all the BS and the money-grubbing and career-building by public-grant-idiocy and start using your own minds and your own powers of observation again. There must have been something in your nature aligned with the Truth, some particle of decency and logic in your minds, or you would not have been able to do math in the first place.
Remember that fundamental attachment to the Truth. Remember who you are. Remember the Number 1. Remember your role as guardians.