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Copyright Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

A. Introduction

A7. The development of requirements that must be fulfilled by the most vital of God’s creations, means by the mankind

Of course, the major goal of God’s "procedure of creation" described in the previous subsection, was to develop an intelligent, thinking, and self-aware creature which would be highly similar to God Himself, although inferior to God, and thus through watching which God could learn further. In other words the major goal of God was to create man.

The creation of man only apparently may look an easy task which limits exclusively to the creation of the biological body of a man. The point is that by the giving life to a man God expected to accomplish the most vital goal of His existence, which is the "continuous increase of His knowledge". Thus creating man God not only tried to form a creature which would be similar to Himself – and thus from which He could learn a lot about Himself, but also a creature which would maximise the acquisition of knowledge by God. In addition, this man supposed to receive the intelligence, which by itself is a very dangerous feature – if it is to get in wrong hands. Therefore God was forced to place this dangerous man in a complete separate world which differed from the world in which God lived Himself. Furthermore, He was forced to design the man in an extremely careful manner, giving to him a whole array of special attributes. The most vital amongst these attributes are as follows:

(1) The man must be so imperfect, as it only was possible without sabotaging its ability to accumulate and increase the knowledge of the entire humanity. As I am explaining this in subsection A3.1, the knowledge and learning depends on the accumulation of experience. In turn only highly imperfect people commit most of errors and mistakes – means allow to accumulate the biggest number of experience in possibly shortest time, and thus allow the fastest accumulation of knowledge. Thus a secretive watching activities and behaviours of such highly imperfect human beings, allows to learn from them much more than e.g. through watching perfect creatures. So in order people were highly imperfect, God decided to give to them various limitations, desires, moods, needs, tendencies, suggestions, deviations, defects, deformities etc.

(2) Everything in a man needed to be completely susceptible for God’s control and management. For this God decided to give to humans a limited longevity, susceptibility to illnesses, need to rest and sleep, susceptibility to suggestion, fashion, endangering and pressure others, love, psychosis of the crowd etc.

(3) The fate of every man God needed to be able to control completely. For this reason God make dependent fates of every human from a special program which He build into the human genetics, and which program in volume 12 of this monograph is called the ”program of life and fate”. Furthermore, the fate of every man could be controlled with “moral laws”, “moral field”, “moral energy”, “karma”, “conscience” etc.

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