Parables Were the Stories Told in Code; the Traditions Connected to These Parables Understood Their Evidence

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There are some thirty to ninety trillion cells in each human body (depending on your size) and two-hundred billion in the brain alone. The cells are partly comprised of proteins (chains of amino acids) which are encoded by RNA and DNA molecules - the crystals of phosphates and riboses (salts and sugars), with their labyrinths' of light traveling through at a sub-sub-atomic level. The electrochemical, the electromagnetic, the biochemical and bio-mechanical systems all super coordinated and highly synchronized. The human body and life itself, is an elegant immaculate construction of genius. 

Can this intricate reality of life be more elegant, more immaculate and more genius than the super-intelligent matrix that gave birth to it? The system that places life into the body and then retrieves it from the body (the cosmic construct known as GOD) certainly cannot be less complex than life itself. This being the logic: why then would we believe that the simplistic stories told over centuries have anything to do with reality. This is the core disconnect between science and religion. 

Some of these stories say that you live and then you die . . . it is a sort of lights on — lights off policy. Some billions more, subscribe to the belief that when you leave the Earth — you look a little like fuzzy images of your physical self — then you sit with a harp or flute amongst cool breezes, or a pitchfork in a blast furnace . . . forever. Atheism thrives off these simple undeveloped tales . . . these constructs make no sense when compared to the layers and layers upon layers of intricate systems, bio-instrumentation and forces that keep us alive.

The story of creation with its six days of work and one of rest started out as a parable coded in word-crafting. The interpretations lost their way however, as they were told over the centuries. The only question left worth asking is: what days were being used to measure these events. Not all days are equal you know. A Mercurial day is longer than the year on Mercury. The moon's day lasts forever. Perhaps the story of how this material creation began in seven days was referring to a different measure of a day than an Earth day. 

A universal day in the ancient stories of the Vedas was originally called a Day of Brahma (Sanskrit for GOD). It was calculated as the time it takes for the core of our universe to rotate one full time on its axis. Just like the twenty-four hour Earth day is the rotation of the Earth on its axis . . . the universal day is the rotation of our universe around its core. This actually calculates in science terms to just under three billion years.

The ancients discovered this without any instruments other than the human brain, the human body and some very deep meditations. If you are open to this concept . . . it makes the evolutionary dateline and the creationist dateline somewhat equal — (6 days times just under 3 billion years) — somewhere between 15 and 18 billion years . . . [just like science]. 

Guru Nanak said there are worlds upon worlds — universes upon universes. Yogis speak of the seven blue Ethers that feed this material multiverse. There is a far more developed concept of GOD awaiting your enlightened consciousness and this one actually calculates and calibrates with science. It is one in which, if you breathe you believe and the measurable components can be explained in rare details, rather than constructed with the misinterpreted contradictions of raw parables.

 Remember: These parables were the stories told in code; the traditions connected to these parables preserved their evidence. The parables were never to be interpreted verbatim — this again was far too simplistic — they were sacred clues for wisdom to unfold.

The traditions and rituals protected this evidence . . . evidence discovered by awakened masters and prophets in their deep states of meditative ecstasy. These religious traditions and stories can be fully compatible with the science that argues against them . . . if we draw upon the following truism. 

'Where there is an impasse and a conflict in any picture; the frame is not large enough — not inclusive enough to accommodate the competing perspectives. Enlarging the frame with facts and research and open dialogs — with debates and experimentation and friendly conflicts — allows for the impasse to ultimately pass . . . for each single picture to fit into the collective frame.' 

We are going to build this truism in the days, months and years to come. This is the way of nature and nature has a way of resolution . . . it is called evolution. This is the next evolution. This is a way to move forward toward a time where science and religion, where religion and religion, where nation and nation are all saying the same things in different ways, speaking the same words with different languages, and completing each other's sentences. Where religious and national differences have been the causes of most wars . . . this is where that ends. Nature's inevitable destiny is arriving at peace, resolution and harmony. 

Will you be a leader, a teacher, or a follower . . . a transistor, a resister, or a transformer in the process? All of these roles are welcome!