Saturday, January 16, 2010, 4:25 PM
PRE-EXISTING CONSCIOUSNESS + THE OBSERVER EFFECT = OMNISCIENT GOD OR UNIVERSE
Quantum Theory gives credence to the possibility that we may be an integral part of God. The implications of the 'Observer Effect' are profound because, if true, it means that before anything can manifest in the physical universe it must first be observed. There is a delicious irony in all this. All phenomena are the result of the consciousness of a single overlighting Creative Principle or the Mind of God. But Nature (or God) cannot create anything until Almighty Nature first puts out it's "sentinels".
The Observer Effect clearly implies that the physical Universe is the direct result of 'consciousness'. The paradox is that observation cannot occur without the pre-existence of some sort of consciousness to do the observing. Without the observers integrating with the creative consciousness neither Creation nor, by the way, even Omniscience can occur. Neither physical matter nor Godliness can come into existence until it is the subject of observation by some pre-existing consciousness and by what may be sentients such as ourselves.
Skeptics might argue that these sentient observers would not have to include ourselves. A good thought, however then it could be countered that without precisely ourselves integrated into the system then the observation would be incomplete, nullifying (1) our complete existence, and (2) nullifying the Creator's complete observation, thereby precluding God's or the Creator's omniscience. Furthermore, it would be irrational for the Creator to form two identically sensing observers for the same phenomena; such redundancy would be waste, unworthy of such Creative Genius.
Call it Nature, God, or what you will, it can be said that we as children of the Creator, are windows and a reflection to the Creator, possibly an integral part of a Oneness. Perhaps we are only now separated by time and space to allow nature's closest observation so that We=God=Universe as a whole can experience the grandeur of all possibilities.