(1) God exists in each thing.
(2) But each thing exists without humanity.
(3) Likewise, it exists without God.
(4) God is a ghost who lies beyond humanity.
(1) What exists now is God that is a ghost of the past.
(2) The future God is a ghost of the present.
(3) The past God is a ghost of reason.
(1) With immortal reason there is an immortal God.
(2) He is a God of the past, and the ghosts of the present and future.
(1) Where one God can be imagined, another can easily take his place.
(1) Sometimes angels dancing on the head of a pin are greater than God.
(2) But God has greater perspective than the angels.
(3) God is consciousness.
(1) God may evolve consciousness.
(2) God is both sensitive and insensitive.
(3) God may have a body.
(1) God may be an exaggeration.
(2) God may be imperfect.
(3) God may win.
(1) God may be a superior man.
(2) God may be a spirit-man.
(3) God may be a ghost of man.
(1) God may arise from higher-nature, the way man arises from base-nature.
(2) God may be symptomized by pleasure.
(3) God may be an essence within nature.
(4) God as we understand him may be a token significance.
(1) The meaning of God may be greater than God for man.
(2) God’s reason may be a ghost for man.
(3) God may symbolize higher nature.
(4) God may dwell within woman.
(5) God may be the ghost of woman.
(6) God may be the art within life.
(7) God may have the ultimate science.
(1) God may represent the perversities of mankind, the undeniable paradoxes overcome by ‘deus ex machina’.
(2) God may be a work of mankind.
(3) Mankind may be a product of some work of God.
(4) God may signify many things.
(5) God may be the spirit of whatever we attach to the word ‘God’.
(6) God may be the improvement of perception as much as the improvement of symbolism which leads to perception.
(7) God may be a perfect language.
(8) God may be lost to mankind.
(9) God may be the best thing that didn’t happen to local varieties.
(10) God may be a ghost of many things.
(11) God may be magic.
(12) God may be perfection.
(13) God may be complexity.
(1) God may be devious.
(2) God may be having a bad day.
(3) God may suffer more than mankind.
(4) God may serve no purpose.
(5) God may simply represent the best thing.
(6) God may be good. God may be an idea.
This and many other writings will appear in the not-yet-released Dimensional Religion Toolkit. Elements of similar beliefs are also present in Nathan Coppedge's The Spiritual Writings, which has also not yet been released. However, 60+ other books have been released already at http://www.amazon.com/author/nathancoppedge
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