the big bang

A Quote by zaadzster_1 on the big bang and the tao

     The entirety of mankind's science can be summarily discarded by anyone who understands the First Law of Objective Reality which states:  There Ain't None.  You can't tell the science guys that, though.  They work to create a Theory of Everything, but they have no idea what everything really means.  They talk about the Big Bang theory of how the universe began, like a vase shattering into a million tiny bits, but that's wrong too.  The way I see it, it's more like the film of their shattered vase running backward; all the millions of tiny particles and fragments following incalculably precise trajectories back to wholeness, fitting themselves together with such miraculous and unerring accuracy that by observing the perfection of any part, we can know the perfection of the whole.

                                      I discovered the secret of the sea
                                         in meditation upon a dewdrop.

                                                                       -- Kahlil Gibran --


     What's not a miracle?  Which piece of the vase is less than another?  Everything fits, everything belongs.  None are lost.  All will arrive.  The one is the source of the many, returning is the motion of the Tao, and the science guys got it ass-backward.  The universe isn't flying apart, it's flying together.

Jed McKenna

Source: Spiritually Incorrect Enlightenment, p 301

Contributed by: tom b

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