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God is DNA


God vs DNA

"He exists as an Invisible One who is incomprehensible to them all. He contains them all within himself, for they all exist because of him." [Allogenes]

There are two eternal mechanisms, God and DNA, which share a remarkable number of characteristics, in the face of the fact that the former is divine and the latter biological. If we were to audition them for a role on a blockbuster film either of them would be up for the exact same part, Creator. Both of them have an impeccable, if not magical, skill to create life out of the simplest parts of matter. One formed Adam and Eve, the progenitors of the human race, out of dust. The other can endlessly replicate itself into trillions of cells forming any kind of body—human, animal, plant, fish, bird. Both mechanisms have a paternal aspect. This paternal aspect is unnameable, ineffable, and inconceivable. The two mechanisms similarly possess infinite knowledge and exist in a realm of light which no eyes have ever seen. DNA is unspeakingly small, which makes it invisible, and it is present in each of our 100 trillion cells, in duplicate. God is unspeakingly immense, so much so that he is best described as infinite and omnipresent. God is omniscient and is present in all human affairs. DNA as well is all-knowing and is present in all cellular activity. Everything we do, every affair, requires a function of our DNA, an information storage which has no technological equal.

The shared characteristics of two vastly different existential mechanisms are nothing short of remarkable. Because of God’s characteristics—his infiniteness, his immensity, his invisibility—the human mind has never been able to perceive God. No human being has ever seen God and lived to tell about it so much so that Christians have said that no man or woman would be able to stand in God’s presence. That his light would blind and burn you if you were to stand before him. And no man is worthy of God’s appearance.

For thousands, if not millions, of years no one has ever been able to accurately perceive DNA. Things began to change with the introduction of the microscope, but it wasn’t until 1953 when Crick and Watson finally found DNA, a gently twisting ladder held together by hydrogen bonds. Because both mechanisms are invisible, one being infinitely large and one being infinitely small, both mechanisms had eluded the best seekers in spirituality and science. The range of visible light hasn’t changed much over the centuries and neither has our eyesight, such that the human eyes are still unable to see invisible things. But with an electron microscope scientists are able to see and photograph the DNA molecule. God hasn’t fared so well and has never been seen by any technological device, or has he?

In my comparison between God and DNA, I am suggesting that they are conspicuously similar. But could they be the same? My guess is that every person on this planet has at some time or other wished to know God and that the divine Creator has often wished to be known. But every spiritual seeker has failed to attain salvation because they have failed to know God, and it’s easy to fail at trying to understand infinity. No priest, monk, bishop, or pope has ever seen or met God. In fact, in the modern era, no prophet has emerged to divulge the divine secrets of God. His Only-begotten son, Jesus Christ, has never returned to fulfill his promise to bring all God’s children into the kingdom of glory. This is not a fatalist’s point of view, this is a basic fact—no one has ever seen God and there never has been any evidence to prove that God exists. None of these facts has diminished the worshiping of an invisible, all-powerful being.

This book is unlike any other book that preceded it because by the end of this book I will have shown you that God has always been with us because he has remained hidden inside each and every one of our cells. We have been taught by religion to look for God in all the wrong places; instead of using a telescope to search the blue sky and deep space, we should’ve been looking through a microscope and searching any one of our cells. The very idea that God is DNA is going to agitate the devout worshiper. Our spiritual conditioning has made sure that God cannot be explained by science for God is beyond human science. God is an idea and he is unfathomable. He is the beginning and the ending, how can he be known? No matter what I see, the human mind will insist that God is in charge and makes himself known, chiefly through his prophets and saviors, so people’s disbelief in my discussion will be at an all-time high. Resistance becomes exponential the more devout a person is and acceptance grows the closer we get to altruism and modern approaches to the Supreme Being.

Our ideas of God didn’t originate with us. They have been taught to us by priests and evangelists in a church of some kind using a heavy tome called a bible. Most of human culture formed their own version of divine events and has decided the basic shape and texture of God. Whether he is an old man with a white beard floating on a white cloud or whether he is a burning bush on the side of a mountain, whether God is the eternal sky or whether he is an ominous voice in your head or the warmth in your heart, people have mostly decided their own God. But the interpretation of God has no factual merit. There is no image of God; no painting, no sketch, no description, no video recording, and no audio recording to validate and verify any historical claim. For everyone who claimed to hear God or Jesus speaking to them they have never managed to capture it on a microphone or a mobile phone. If God was everywhere and in every human affair, we would’ve had some evidence by now. But we don’t. I argue it’s because God isn’t infinitely large, rather he is infinitely small. God is DNA.

To support the bulk of my hypothesis, I have to go back to a time before Christianity was formed, to an era filled with Gnostics. I will discuss the fundamentals of Gnosticism and later I will draw upon those ancient spiritual beliefs to provide sharp examples to illustrate my point of view. You see, I didn’t make up the idea that God is DNA, though it might appear that way on the surface. While trying to understand and know God myself, I began to look at the pre-Christian era, having a background as a Roman Catholic, and found an amazing environment filled with spiritual entrepreneurs.

Experts on Gnosticism do not share my molecular views and my translations of their translations are mine and mine alone. I do not in any way insinuate or implicate experts in Gnosticism, biblical scholars, or Coptologists that they share my sole view and neither have I ever interviewed any expert in Gnosticism. Instead, what I have done is taken the translations of others and provided my own translation. This in no way should diminish the great work that these people have done. My aim has been to extract a hidden secret buried deep inside of ancient thinking. I do not ask, nor do I pretend, that scholars of ancient wisdom share my thinking. I am neither a Gnostic nor an expert in Gnosticism. But Gnostic writings have provided me with one of the best observations of the early spiritual thinkers and this raw data has enabled me to see things that had been covered up in religious dogma and fanciful spiritual terminology.

Before the Church Fathers fixed God in place the earliest of thinkers were trying to figure out who created the human race and they tried to determine the cosmology of the universe. They succeeded to varying degrees but all of their work went against the Christian view and these early divine thinkers became labeled as heretics and dissenters and were refuted at every level until eventually the Church won out. The Gnostics were invaluable to my work because I needed to have data whereby I could make my own translation and conclusions. The Church dogma was too subjective and too sanitized to make any true sense. Plus, with so much material the Church threw out as heresy, I was certain that the Christians weren’t getting the full story, they were getting the Twitter version of an entire book. One of those sources was the Nag Hammadi library, a cache of spiritual knowledge rejected by the Church Fathers.

The other was the more recently discovered Tchacos Codex, containing the dissident work called the Gospel of Judas.
While I preferred the philosophies of the Valentinians, and leaned on their approach more than any other, I found similar examples of DNA in other thinkers, even other religious thinking. And all of this couldn’t simply be a coincidence. Was it possible that early Gnostic teachers had not been speaking about God as much as they were speaking about molecular biology? But because they only had eyes and not microscopes they weren’t able to explain the full profundity of their enlightenment. In a way, I hope to finish off what the Gnostics started and weren’t allowed to finish because of grotesque interference from the Church.

My approach to this material has been scholarly even though I am not a scholar per se. Neither am I a molecular biologist. But I have acute insight and an ability to see the pieces of the puzzle forming together before the puzzle has been complete, the skill of any good scholar who must stitch together the truth with the available evidence. We are going to discover an entirely new paradigm of religion held together by a class of spiritual seekers and divine industrialists. The translation of Gnostic thought into molecular data isn’t perfect, the English versions of ancient texts were translated from badly worn Coptic sources and those books had originally been written in Greek. And we don’t have all the books or all the pages or even all the words. For those who expect things neat and tidy, this is not the kind of book you should be reading.

So I’ve been forced to make assumptions more often than I’d like, but even then the evidence that supports the idea that DNA is a much better descriptive of God is too hard to dismiss. This was not an easy book to write and it begins a new era of religious thinking. But it is also a revelatory book that exposes the dark underbelly of the Great Church. A Church that used every means necessary to enforce its point of view, including torture, fines, forced confessions, and burning heretics in front of a crowd.

God is DNA reveals how God has been woefully misappropriated and misrepresented and aims to resolve the reason for the unimaginable rift in human salvation. As a person begins to understand the nature of God as a divine molecule, the rift in salvation begins to shrink and Christ, as he truly is, begins to manifest. Instead of cementing the reasons why we are not worthy of God we might end up explaining why we’ve been so blind to God’s omnipresence. God is no longer an unimaginable mystery. And there’s no need to look skyward anymore.

We’ll soon discover that God never abandoned his children and all this time he’s been wondering why none of his children, all those with DNA, have not called in all of these millennia. Mankind has been deceived by the very devil that has dressed up in God’s robes and used God’s inspiration to fool everyone. We will find in this unprecedented humanitarian exercise, the real devil and the colors of the mask he has worn. God has returned. Rejoice! The new kingdom of heaven is before you and it looks nothing like what you thought it would look like.