Cre(de)volution - CPH4-TCBP

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The earthly you is an avatar, for the soul; a physical embodiment of an idea or a concept; a personification, a digital representation of yourself, which can take any desired form in a 3D environment; a piece of software, an audio-visual body; to use for the interacting within a metaverse...



In The Beginning

Once infinite oneness conceptualized the notion of consciousness, and by intent, out of its own free will, decided -chose- to reproduce, in order to experience (itself), the act of creation occurred.

From thereon it went → that-a-way → to experience → ad infinitum ...


Infinite Boredom

Through the dimensions they ranged, all powerful, immaculate; multi-dimensional creatures of light. They knew all things (and quite a few things besides). They were infinity plus one.

It was known to them they lacked the very freedom afforded the lowliest of creatures, the power of free will; the freedom to choose.

They existed, they were what they were, they had no other alternative; all powerful and universal, immortal; infinitely immortal, denizens of everywhere and nowhere. They had no substance, how could they? Substance is fixed, immutable. In this, they perceived their devolution.


Regress To Impress

They conceived a solution to their infinite boredom. It was decided they could evolve backwards, regress to impress, and in one dimension they found a means to become, to gain substance; a means to forget, a means to know nothing. They had discovered choice. Substance is fallible, it degrades, it ceases. Substance dies. They could choose death, they could cease to exist.


The Plan

In their boredom they had not become so mad as to will their own extinction, they thus developed a plan. They chose some to stay behind, to be replaced in rotation. They chose masters of substance to hold the lore. They programmed these masters with the knowledge to become light once again so substance would have the means to continue as before; the means to regain infinity. All it would take is the will to relearn and the knowledge of the master.

The infinite could choose to be substantial, the substantial could choose to be infinite, an elegant solution. The substantial could also choose to become ... no-thing; total death.

The game was spawned ... 




"Genesis 1:1-4"

In the beginning ... was infinite oneness
Then ... consciousness saw the light
Fear followed ... darkness claimed its part
The battle began ... for the freedom to choose



Within the light, a stain grew, a place where no light blossomed, darkness. Some had seen the possibility of a different evolution. An end to equality.

As related, linked, matters tend to affect each other, the inequality of substance had taught the light to perceive power. Some saw the chance to rule the light, to create a, never before immagined, universal heirarchy.


The Struggle Began

Darkness spawned knowledge in the substance who were not masters. This substance craved power, they used this knowledge to seek out those who upheld the lore. They seized the lore for themselves, subverted it, hid it, controlled it.



For the light-become-substance there was no way back. No freedom to choose, nothing left but extinction. Yet ...


The Light Fought Back

Careful to observe the dictates of their vision; the freedom to choose, they seeded the faithful with the means to return.


The Universal Battle

Over time, backwards and forwards, the knowledge passed from the darkness to the light, passed from the light to the darkness. Never any equilibrium, never any balance. The universal battle, the one true struggle ...... the fight for the freedom to choose.



Then we forgot ....

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What "they" don't want us to know is what our potential is, how powerful we really are, because if we'd become aware, we would "crush" them, in an instant. We are way more powerful than we realize, and 'they' therefore fear, above all, the day we (re)discover it - but would we want to, since it would mean we'd return to our prior state: infinite boredom ...



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