You wavered, didn't you?
Don’t worry, whichever link you pressed you are on this page.
How did I know that you would waver? I calculated it. And in order for me to do that I had to know that something would influence your choice – it was the Messianic Law.
This is how it works: First let me start by saying what the Messianic Law means by ‘robot’
A robot is a machine, built or created to perform actions for a given purpose. It can be a very simple robot like a washing machine or a complex one like – well, a Human Being.
What does the washing machine and the Human Being have in common, which determines that they are robots? They both perform within the parameters and restrictions of the program (nature) built into them by their creators and cannot do otherwise.
The washing machine does the washing and nothing else so it is easy to determine the purpose, the reason why it was created, of a washing machine. Not so easy the Human Being. Why? Because it does many things, so, it is difficult to determine what the true raison d’etre of the Human Being is. Difficult but not impossible.
The washing machine washes therefore it’s a washing machine. But it also takes on water, rotates its drum, dispenses water, rinses, dries. Maybe it’s a dispenser of water, maybe it’s a rinser, maybe it’s a dryer? No, dispensing rinsing drying are all secondary processes included in the programming of the machine to help it do the washing. If it can do the washing without having to perform any or all of those processes then it is still a useful machine it is still a washing machine but if it performs all of those tasks and the clothes still come out dirty then the machine is useless and must be scrapped it is not a washing machine.
Now apply the same logic to the Human Being; what is the Human Beings purpose? Not so easy is it? ‘God made me to know Him, love Him and serve Him in this world and to be happy with Him for ever in the next’ That’s the purpose of the Human Being according to the Roman Catholic Church a purpose with which many other Churches will, no doubt, agree a purpose which is demonstrably wrong. No? All right consider this:
‘To know Him’ How can a being with a finite mind know an infinite Being? How can a being with only five senses know things beyond the bounds of those five senses? How can a being, blind from birth, know and understand with his remaining four senses the colour red and how can one love an infinite being that one cannot know.
It is impossible to know an infinite God with a finite mind and it is impossible to love something that one does not know so whatever the Roman Catholic Church demands that we love with our ‘hearts souls and minds’ is a false god. ‘Thou shalt not have strange gods before me.’
So presumably we can hit that reason for our existence on the head, now let’s look for the real reason.
Why does the washing machine take on water? It is a step in the process of doing the washing, why does the washing machine spin its drum? It is a step in the process of doing the washing. Why does the washing machine rinse the clothes? It is a step in the process of doing the washing. Why does the human being do, and here you can include anything and everything that the Human Being does and you get only one answer.
It is a step in the process of making itself happy.
Got that? And of course you agree with it. No?
‘Not everything that a human being does makes him happy.’
That’s not what I said, what I said was ‘in the process of making itself happy.’ A journey which could have been completed in 1,000 direct steps when made by the process of four steps forward and one step back would take a total of 1,500 steps.
The Human being can certainly do something, indeed many things, that can make it unhappy and indeed it does but what it can’t do, according to the Messianic Law, is do something that will not - according to the human beings opinion (calculated by its brain) - ultimately, result in the unhappiness of itself.
Cannot, is the operative word; the human being can not do it, it is impossible for it to do so. A question of a means to an end, the Human Being can only do something to make itself unhappy as a means to obtaining greater happiness. No profit, no can do.
Is this true and if it is what does it matter?
Let me answer the second part of this question, because the answer to it is the reason for this website:
If it is true, it is the most important scientific discovery ever. If it is true, I am the Messiah. How’s that for an answer? Now what I want is for the pope, the Dalai Lama, the Rabbis the Mullahs the Evangelists the cardinals the bishops the priests the pastors the Imams, all the Kings horses and all the Kings men, to disprove it, then when they fail, I want them to acknowledge me as the Messiah and listen while I lay out, in fine detail, the plan that Almighty God has passed on to me for further conveyance to the Human Race.
Think about it: every decision of every human being is made in the best interest of that human being and cannot be otherwise. It is not possible for the human being to make a decision that is not in its best interest therefore the decision must be totally and unavoidably selfish and that’s the reason why the world is in such a mess.
Now do you agree?
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