It is a possibility that God can create the human mind; it is possible that God can generate unlimited number of human minds. But it is also a possibility that God can not create new human minds — God can only manage them. The truth might be this that the human mind has always existed.
In this setting: What if some human souls/minds—after death—become rogue? What if they deny to be managed by God any further?
Do these rogue minds/souls get into conflict with God? Does God ever get angry with them? Is there a co-operative of rogue souls somewhere in the afterlife~sphere? Do ghosts exist? Do they have powers?
Your fingerprints are unique. That means that no one else in the world has the exact same set of ridges and lines that you have on your fingers. Not even identical twins have the same fingerprints. Your fingerprints also stay the same from the time you're born until death.
When God can make different thumbprints of each human being. Why can't he create minds?
Your post reminded me of Netflix web series Lucifer. Lol!
Your post reminded me of Netflix web series Lucifer. Lol!
Unique fingerprints can be easily created using a combination of various softwares. Pixologic ZBrush comes to mind immediately.
The human mind can not be created.
You can actually print those human minds. Right?
https://hubpages.com/religion-philosoph … ox-machine
"Fruits, vegetables, meat, human bodies, etc ~ anything can be xeroxed and produced."
Ha Ha! Yes that's what I am saying. We can also print human minds.
In the afterlife
You could be headed for the serious strife
Now you make the scene all day
And tomorrow there'll be Hell to pay
Now, people listen attentively
I mean about future calamity
I used to think the idea was obsolete
Until I heard the old man stamping his feet
---Hell Song Lyrics
Who is the third who walks always beside you?
When I count, there are only you and I together
But when I look ahead up the white road
There is always another one walking beside you
Gliding wrapt in a brown mantle, hooded
I do not know whether a man or a woman
—But who is that on the other side of you?
~The Waste Land by T. S. Eliot
According to Islam, we believe in Jinns. The general consensus is that what the west calls ‘paranormal phenomena’ are due to the actions of jinn (plural Jinnat)
Jinns are also a creation of God, they are made of smokeless fire and have a super fast speed. They are like energy. They are also good and bad as humans are. If this is what you called ghosts then yes they exist.
Jinns are stubborn. They are powerful in sense that they are super fast but God has said that Man is His best creation because Allah blessed man with knowledge. He can differentiate between good and bad. Jinns are stubborn like angry kids. ( This is according to Islam and to the best of my knowledge)
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Qifg4PR4La8 ( HOW TO UNDERSTAND JINN WORLD )
Allahu Alam! ( God knows the best )
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