Tablet Six


And God said, Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit yielding fruit tree after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the earth: and it was so.

(Genesis 1:11)

<1>With the help of the centrifugal force, or by the loosening up of the crudifying power of the static force and by the use of the five elements already created, God now planned to start the creation of the plants.

And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness:...

(Genesis 1:26)

<2>The evolutionary process of going from plants to animals, and eventually to humans, was achieved. <3>However, the entire first chapter of Genesis in the Bible is a description of creation in the state of planning and thinking. The real creation as a manifested world starts later in chapter 2 of Genesis.

<4>God decided to create man in His image and likeness (ichvs15c.gif (941 bytes)). He decided to bring the unit consciousnesses to human form as they were male and female in one being.

<5>Also, man is the end of the evolutionary process. The human is in that state of being which can reach Pure Consciousness or perfect awareness. He can gain complete control of the tama guna over his Soul and can also go beyond the influences of the crudified satva guna (reasoning directed toward selfishness) and the crudified raja guna (selfish actions). <6>He can direct them toward universalism and become DIVINE (become a son of God, Pure Consciousness).

And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made.

(Genesis 2:3)

<7>After these seven periods in which God finished planning the creation, He saw the process of evolution and was very pleased with it. After He would create it, it would be self-sustaining and He did not have to interfere in its process very frequently. So He could rest and become a witness entity (consciousness) in the universe, "he had rested from all his work."

<8>Therefore, through the Laws God has established in the universe, whenever man goes astray he would suffer, and whenever he progresses he would receive joy. So through this process eventually he would find the way to God (Pure Consciousness).

And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.

(Genesis 2:7)

<9>When the first expression of awareness appeared as a sound vibration, "The Word," time was perceived. When this manifested universe started to be created, the reality of space became understood, and the atom was built. <10>In Sanskrit, the atom (anu) is called "avidya" meaning "ignorance." This same atom in the Bible is called "the dust of the ground" which is the atom in the first stages and also can be called the "cosmic dust." Man did not have the same body as we know it today. His body was made more of psychic and spiritual factors.

<11>However, he had many basic things in common with the man of today. He had a Soul (he was a unit consciousness) which had a unit mind (the three gunas). This unit being resided in the ethereal factor (spirit), but he also had a material body consisting of the four other elements, namely, aerial, luminous, liquid, and solid. <12>The four-element-material body can only link itself to the psychic (spirit) or ethereal body (unit Soul and its ethereal factor) with some fine element. This fine element in the Bible is symbolized by "the breath of life," which is also called "prana."

<13>This "prana" is the out-going energy (raja guna) from the Soul. It can be found in fresh air and is even more necessary for survival than oxygen. It is the life-force which is also available in other elements in nature besides air. It is a living thing that can be controlled, directed and used for many purposes in human life. It is the life-force of all living things.

<14>By creating the manifested universe, the evolutionary process, and the human, God guides the unit consciousnesses. With the attraction of the external world (Maya) -- and because of the ignorance of man of his Divinity as "'I am' one with the 'I AM'" -- he becomes a slave of his illusion that he is a separate being in the whole universe, and he becomes more and more lost because of the impulses of his desires and attachments to the external world. <15>Only after many lifetimes he reaches a point where he realizes that there should be more in life than this heedless pursuance of the lower nature which brings so much suffering.

<16>That is when he starts searching for more meaningful realities than these unsatisfying, impulsive desires, which are the root of all suffering. That is when he will be helped and be shown the way to salvation, and is the reason for this creation and Maya.


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