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The First Day of Creation

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    The Seven Days of Creation To develop a clear understanding of the fact that what Moses is saying in the Seven Days of Creation isn t much different from what
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      The Seven Days of Creation

      To develop a clear understanding of the fact that what Moses is
      saying in the Seven Days of Creation isn't much different from what
      modern scientists say about the beginning of Creation, there are a
      few things we must first consider. First we must consider the fact
      that none of the scientific terminology used by modern scientists
      today was available to Moses. Thus Moses had to use symbolic and
      analogous terms to give a general description of the Seven Days of
      Creation, whose detail description would have required a much more
      sophisticated set of terminology. Around four thousand years before
      Moses, Heru had described the Seven Days of Creation in more detail--
      using terminology more like the terminology used by modern
      scientists, but only in a different language. Heru even used words
      like Nu (nuclear force of attraction), Nut (neutron), Shu (proton),
      Tefnut (electron), Ament (electromagnetism), Amenti (two
      electromagnetic particles known as alpha and beta particles), etc.,
      to describe the highly detailed nuclear physics of Creation. Though
      much of the original form of Heru's detailed description of the
      Creation was lost to the Egyptians or not fully understood by them in
      the days of Moses, Moses, being raised in Pharaoh's house, had to
      have had some knowledge of Heru's detailed description of the
      Creation. Therefore, we must also consider the that many of the
      Hamitic terms used by Heru in his detailed description of the
      Creation had no counterparts in the Hebrew language in the days of
      Moses. Nevertheless, given what little he had to work with, Moses
      did a marvelous job of giving general description of modern
      scientists view of Creation. The only major difference is that Moses
      attributes God as being the cause of Creation, and modern scientists,
      with the exception of a few like Albert Einstein, attributes some
      unexplainable spontaneous event as being the cause of Creation.


      The First Day of Creation:

      GENESIS 1:1-3
      "In the beginning God created heaven and earth."
      "And the earth was without form, and void, and darkness was upon the
      face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the
      waters."
      "And God said, Let there be Light: and there was Light."

      Let us stop right there and take a look at the Fourth Day of Creation
      in Genesis 1:14-19. From the information in those verses it should
      be clear that stars like the sun, planets like the earth, and the
      satellites that revolve around them like the moon could not have been
      created until the Fourth Day of Creation. So what was the heavens
      and earth in the first verse? They were nothing more than God's
      thoughts of creating. As God's thoughts (the Spirit of God) moved
      through the universe of mental darkness, in which the earth would be
      created but did not of yet have form, his thoughts traveled in the
      form of wave-lengths (like what we today would call brain waves).
      Because wave-lengths often look like waves of water, Moses described
      it as the Spirit of God moving upon the face of the waters. All the
      while God's thoughts are moving through the universe of darkness, he
      is amassing knowledge. Wherefore, the Spirit of Knowledge was the
      dominant creative force in the First Day of Creation.

      If stars light the sun could not have been created until the Fourth
      Day of Creation, what was the light that God created in the First Day
      of Creation? After amassing great knowledge, intelligence had to be
      developed in order to intelligently (or systematically) put that
      knowledge to in a creative environment. Therefore, the light created
      in the First Day of Creation was intelligence.

      If no matter had yet been created to be agitated into producing white
      light or the electromagnetic spectrum of visible light, then the
      light created in the First Day of Creation would have had to have
      been Black Light, the Original Light of Creation. Since everything
      has to follow the natural order of Creation, the first man of earth
      to receive such intelligence through a form of direct communication
      with the Mind of God would have had to have been a Black Man. It is
      also important to note that the Black Light spoken of here is not the
      same black light that borders x-rays and microwave and in the
      electromagnetic spectrum of visible light in the form of ultra
      violent rays and infrared respectively. The Black Light spoken of
      here is in the electromagnetic spectrum of the invisible light of
      anti-matter.

      It was Einstein's theory that the light in the electromagnetic
      spectrum of visible light had a mass. That is also true of the Black
      Light spoken of here, and any mass has the potential of being
      converted into energy and vice versa. Therefore, in producing the
      light of intelligence, the energy from God's thoughts was transformed
      in Black Light, which has a mass, and the mass was transformed into
      the light energy that would create matter in the Second Day of
      Creation. Heru taught that Ra (the Pure and Perfect Mind of God the
      Creator himself) existed in this Black Light, whose mass and wave-
      lengths was called Nu, the watery mass or watery abyss of Creation.
      On page 206 of Volume I of "The Gods of The Egyptians" by E.A. Wallis
      Budge, we learn that Ra is called the Sun of Night in this Black
      Light, and it is associated with the black flesh (Af) of Ra and with
      being the place where the soul of Ra returns after the dead of the
      flesh (or Af)--Af as in
      Af-ra-ka, which means the flesh of Ra's spiritual double. On page
      202 of Volume I of "The Gods of The Egyptians," we learn that there
      is an exit from ament (the electromagnetic activity of the world of
      visible light) into Nu (the watery mass of Black Light). It further
      goes on to tell us that this Black Light or darkness is a solid
      thing, meaning it has a mass, and Ra comes into it from the night of
      the world of visible light. Therefore, it should be clear that
      becoming one with the Pure and Perfect Mind of God the Creator
      himself, and one with the Creation of the Universe is becoming one
      with Black Light, one with the Original Light of Creation. For the
      watery mass of Nu (it mass, and its wave-lengths and its nuclear
      force of attraction) is the everlasting body of our eternal souls.

      Remember, in the First Day of Creation, the Mind of God found itself
      surrounded by universe of darkness, which is not to be confused with
      Black Light (or Black Intelligence), the Original Light of Creation.
      The darkness that surrounded the Mind of God, by the very nature of
      such darkness, suggested that another unseen power or another unseen
      mind other than His own could be hidden therein. The darkness also
      suggested that it could contain threats to His eternal life--leaving
      the Mind of God ignorant to the Truth that only Black Light (or Black
      Intelligence) could reveal. Thus began God's acquisition of
      knowledge and intelligence (the Spirit of Knowledge), and thus it was
      the Will of God to conquer and destroy the suggested power of
      darkness, spiritual ignorance, and death. Any other will said to be
      the Will of God is only a subset of this master will at best. Thus
      did the Will of God give birth to the Works of God, (the Creation), a
      creative means of conquering and destroying the suggested powers of
      darkness, spiritual ignorance, and death. And thus the Word of God
      began the thoughts and means by which the suggested powers of
      darkness, spiritual ignorance, and death would be conquered and
      destroyed. Thus, from the very First Day of Creation, it was God's
      plan to create man in His image in order that, in man, the Will of
      God, the Works of God, and the Word of God would all be fulfilled.
      And because man is created in the image of God, man also seeks to
      acquire the knowledge necessary to conquer the unknown (or darkness),
      and to destroy all threats to his life. Therefore, it is impossible
      the Word of God to return to God void of fulfilling the Will of God.
      Because of the creation of man, the Word of God will always return to
      God having fulfilled the Word of God. For the Word of God is Truth--
      truth that is laid upon man's soul, even after the death of the
      flesh, until the soul is able to return to God, having fulfilled the
      Will of God.

      ISAIAH 55:11
      "So shall My word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not
      return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that I please, and it
      shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it."

      Note:
      From this point forward, when speaking of the Will of God, the Word
      of God, and the Word of God as a unit, they will be called the Three
      W's.

      If, in the First Day of Creation, God thoughts move upon the face of
      the universe of darkness in which the earth would be created, many of
      the thoughts containing the Three W's became scattered. The
      scattering of such thoughts produced a need for memory location to be
      established throughout the universe of darkness with memory
      addresses. These memory locations worked very such like the RAM
      (random access memory) and ROM (read only memory) found in modern
      computers, with their memory addresses and the minute computer chips
      upon which memory is stored. These memory locations provided a means
      for God to directly read and to randomly access the all the thoughts
      containing the Three W's and determining whether they had fulfilled
      their mission in conquering and destroying the powers of darkness,
      spiritual ignorance and death. If they had completed their mission,
      they were stored on ROM (read only memory) as waters or wave-lengths,
      or brain-waves above the firmament. Just thoughts had proven to
      already be pure and perfect, and didn't not to be edited--only to be
      read. If they had failed to complete their mission, they were store
      in RAM (random access memory) as waters, or wave-lengths, or brain-
      waves below the firmament. Such thoughts were stored in RAM in order
      that they might be randomly accessed for the purpose of being
      edited. The creation of both types of memory provided means for God
      to stay in touch with every thought he sent forth in to the universe
      of darkness to conquer and destroy the powers of darkness, spiritual
      ignorance and death--every thought containing the Three W's.

      God so Loved his plan to create man in his own image in order that,
      in man, the Three W's might be fulfilled, that he desired to stay in
      touch with every thought containing the Three W's. Therefore, while
      the Spirit of Knowledge was the dominant creative force in the First
      Day of Creation, the Spirit of Love became the dominant creative
      force in the Second Day of Creation. Also therein the Spirit of Love
      became the mother of all the forces that holds the universe together
      in order that the Three W's might be fulfilled--forces such as
      memory, nuclear force of attraction, electromagnetism, and gravity.
      Remember, all these things were created as a part of God's plan to
      create man in his own image. Therefore, while man's Sense of Thought
      (one of man's two spiritual senses) evolved out of the Spirit of
      Knowledge, man's Sense of Touch (one of man's five physical and
      natural senses) evolved out of the Spirit of Love--a reflection of
      God's desire and purpose for staying in touch with thought containing
      the Three W's.
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