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Immortal Jellyfish and the Bible

Updated on July 26, 2014

Jelly fish

Immortal jellyfish and the Bible

I'm not against anything and nor interested in putting down the Bible. I'm a very curious person who wants to understand how God created everything perfect on earth. Why did God not find natural things like marijuana, gays and jelly fish to be not perfect. Yet, God inspires things like religion, military, and wealth in the Bible, or dose he?

I've studied the most extraordinary beautiful creature in the world, I prefer the story about immortal jellyfish that lived a 100 time longer than the Genesis beginnings of the earth. In the Arctic Sea, the North Atlantic Sea and Northern Pacific Ocean lives a Jellyfish that can grow to over 120 feet long and has no brain or backbone.

In my Eco village community in Belize, the average age of a person lives almost three times longer than Jesus did at age 33. That is one kind of proof of a higher consciousness of todays stanards.

In the history of mankind's in the first dynasty of Babylon all within, the first system of law, the first educational system, the first love song, . The first tax cut stone with inscribed details of land grants that were grants of tax exemption on land all mixed with military and more.

The turritopsis nutricula species of jellyfish may be the only animal in the world to have truly discovered the fountain of youth. There may be no natural limit to its life span. Scientists say the hydrozoan jellyfish is the only known animal that can repeatedly turn back the hands of time and revert to its polyp state (its first stage of life).Turritopsi can regenerate its entire body over and over again, it is able to reverse its aging processes ...its 650 million years old, it travels it prays in all oceans and all depth of sea. It weighs up to 450 pounds. The jelly population is many times greater than humans. The jellyfish can show that the Bible IS written by people and not by any God. As we shall see, the man of God is the opposite of a jellyfish in almost every respect.

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The Portuguese man-o-war has a nasty sting because it can only drift. It is easy prey. The man of God does not need a sting; he strives to be gentle. So, we see the get-up-and-go of the man of God. He is not a jellyfish, drifting along with the currents of the world. He is more like a dolphin, leaping over the waves; gliding through the water. He lives an active life: he flees, he pursues, he fights, and he takes hold. The man of God is to have some get-up-and-go about him. Man, he is not to drift passively along with the currents of the world like a jellyfish. He is to flee, to pursue, to fight and to take hold.If, like jellyfish, we simply drift along with the culture we will never become men and women of God. It is easy prey. The man of God does not need a sting; he strives to be gentle. He lives an active life: he flees, he pursues, he fights, and he takes hold The world around us is not pursuing righteousness or godliness or faith or love or endurance or gentleness

Man-o-war is not a jellyfish but in Bible science it is. I wish to take the best parts from the jelly fish so I can be like the jelly fish and the dolphin both.

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    • Castlepaloma profile imageAUTHOR

      Castlepaloma 

      6 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      Ok fixed the grammar a little.

      Not interested in arguing neither, still curious why people think the way they do. Why would God inspire man to write such things that do not carry rhyme, reason and flow to the highest degree?

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      Ceckia 

      6 years ago

      If you're trying to write a convincing argument, try working on your spelling in the first paragraph

    • Castlepaloma profile imageAUTHOR

      Castlepaloma 

      7 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      All animals love too

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      pennyofheaven 

      7 years ago from New Zealand

      Be like a jellyfish. Drifting and being and that which naturally comes to the fore is our true nature. A nature that does not need to get up and go to find because it is alway there within. We just need to look within to know ourselves, our true nature and the true nature of the world. There is much to learn from this jelly fish. Even that which appears imperfect in perfect. Imperfections are descriptions the ego tends to cling to. Love this hub!

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      Kess 

      7 years ago

      open ended enough to make sense

      Thank you Kess

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      kess 

      7 years ago

      To God all things are perfect just as it is... even the gays and the criminals alike.

      They are all busy accomplishing his will to bring all things to an end, which actually is the beginning.

      Imperfections belongs to those who have eyes for it.....

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