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Old May 31st, 2013, 04:05 AM
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Re: Do you believe in "all accounts gets settled here in this life time?"

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Originally Posted by Origmos View Post
No, not that type of creatures really. MIB's ending showed aliens playing something like a game of billiards on a cosmological scale. The creatures I'm referred to my previous posts are not aliens, but rather beings with whom we share this planet with and whose nature we still have not understood despite having being a part of them by ourselves.

Consider this: If the human being is a collection of cells, then what does a collective of human beings and their common shared actions imply? The result of this implication are beings called Egregores, creatures whose individual cells are human beings by themselves and their aggregate being the various social systems in our world. It is a grave mistake to assume that evolution has stopped or stagnated amongst humans. The fact is that evolution has superseded humans quite some time back ago when men learnt to bond themselves into higher collectives of thought and physical processes. The last two hundred years has seen an explosive evolution of these Egregores eg: creation of corporate companies, non state terrorist groups, the U.N itself and so on and this has been the reason for the phenomenal progress of the 19th and 20th Centuries undergone by mankind.

What lies above is as what is below.
This idea of Egregor is not much different from the collective mind of planet, solar system, galaxy, universe...as fancied in the book, the Star Maker by Olaf Stapledon
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