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The science behind God - Part I: The Seven Days of Creation

Updated on January 25, 2013
The flower of life is the building block of sacred geometry. It is thought to tap into the mystery knowledge of the universe.
The flower of life is the building block of sacred geometry. It is thought to tap into the mystery knowledge of the universe.

Disclaimer: Before we begin, keep in mind that this is not a religious article. It's purpose is not to promote Christianity, nor any other religion or belief. The article merely states scientifically proven facts and science based theories and taps into the unraveled stories behind what is known as God. It merely gives another perspective and is not in any way focused on changing your beliefs. I think that any person has the right to choose what to believe in.

Lets start our journey diving deep into the heart of the real story behind the Bible, the coming of Jesus and the creation of mankind. It's going to be a long ride, so make sure you fasten your seat belts and be careful as your mind may actually be blown.

Part I : The Seven Days of Creation

Let's start with a vast void, pure nothing. There isn't anything, but you. A dark infinite space, where you can do anything you want. As there is nothing around you, you'll quickly get bored and want to create something. However, you don't have light, water or essentially any type of matter. All you have is your consciousness, life-force or spirit. Remember, that in the article life-force, spirit and consciousness all mean the same thing, but we will be using the word consciousness for simpler understanding.


As there is nothing else to do, you decide to expand your consciousness around you, but it only goes as far, creating a circle. Because you are powerful and can do anything you want you move to the end of the circle and decide to expand your consciousnesses again forming another circle. Now you have what is called the Vesica Piscis. Did you know that from a mathematical standpoint, the Vesica Piscis contains the visible spectrum of light? Here it gets intriguing.

Genesis 1-2,3 : "And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. And God said, Let there be light: and there was light."
Genesis 1-2,3 : "And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. And God said, Let there be light: and there was light."

As the Vesica Piscis contains nothing, but the spectrum of light and a lot of information on width, height and depth, we decide to move again and expand our consciousness again. As we are almighty, we expand our conciseness exactly one radius apart from the second circle. Now we have what is known as "The Tripod of Life." We move yet again and again, and with each circle we expand our knowledge. That is until we get back to the first circle. We now have the Seed of Life.

7 circles are used to create the seed of life.
7 circles are used to create the seed of life. | Source

Where Geometry Meets The Bible

Don't the seven circles remind you of something? That's right - the seven days of creation. If a closer investigation is made with each circle we expand our knowledge, following exactly the six days of creation: light, water, ground, earth and space, life (cell form), life (animals, human). As the diagram above shows on the sixth day we've finished the seed of life and on the seventh day we rest.

Did you know that sixty percent of the population strongly or moderately believes in a greater consciousnesses?
Did you know that sixty percent of the population strongly or moderately believes in a greater consciousnesses?

It is interesting to think about God as movement of consciousnesses but it does't stop there. By now, you've probably got a bit interested, but I am sure that both the science enthusiast and religious people don't really know what's going on. In the next part of the series "The Science Behind God" we will dive into what the flower of life represents and how it connects to the bible. In later parts of the series we will discuss the Sumerian tablets, the Maya and their connection to the bible, the appearance of Jesus and is he really our savior and at the end of the series we will talk about the big bangs, do aliens exist and how it all comes together. With science and a little bit of logic, the theory of "The Science of God" and "The New Big Bang" will definitely bring you closer to the understanding of our universe.

Thanks for reading!

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    • Ivan Ivanov profile imageAUTHOR

      Ivan Ivanov 

      5 years ago from Plovdiv

      It's an expression. A hard fact skeptic is a person who doesn't believe anything that he hasn't seen with his own eyes. Generally a close minded person.

    • Porshadoxus profile image

      Porshadoxus 

      5 years ago from the straight and narrow way

      Now I'm curious why hard facts = skepticism.

    • Ivan Ivanov profile imageAUTHOR

      Ivan Ivanov 

      5 years ago from Plovdiv

      The series of articles is only for those with common sense. It is not recommended for hard fact skeptics, nor religious fanatics that believe only what's written in the Bible.

      Thanks,

      ID Ivanoff

    • Porshadoxus profile image

      Porshadoxus 

      5 years ago from the straight and narrow way

      You are speaking of Creation, and showing Bible verses, yet your discussion reflects almost nothing biblical. Where in the Bible can

      I find reference to these 7 circles?

    • Ivan Ivanov profile imageAUTHOR

      Ivan Ivanov 

      5 years ago from Plovdiv

      Thanks ... I will probably be posting the next part of the series by the end of the day or tomorrow :)

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