Our only tribe is us. The non-spatial us.

The premise of The Alters is wrapped into a humankind story, where Sarah and Adam are the main characters – as Alters.

We are sequential beings – like the birds and the bees – the ants, the trees – living clocks are everywhere. We see ourselves – humankind as the top tier – the gifted – the uplifted – in the image of our creator – traditionally forged by ideas of gods – special gods – who favor one tribe or another. We are special and each special tribe is rewarded – as a favorite of one god, or another – one set of holy men who set and judge the rules or another. King David to the Rabbis – St. Peter to the Pope, Mohammed – peace be upon him – to the Imams. The point is the top tier sequential beings created a god or gods after the god or gods created them. Religious tribes are impressive in their numbers: Christians – 2.1 Billion, Muslims – 1.3 Billion, Hindus – 900 Million, Buddhists – 378 Million, Sikhs – 23 Million, Jews – 14 Million.  We are intelligent enough to recognize, in a competitive, Darwinian existence, with the ‘ might is right’ mindset, there is strength in numbers – strength in a common belief system, pitting the proverbial  “us” against the abnormal “them”. When God is also on our side and prefers us to them – we are stronger.

We never look at the animal kingdom as belonging to different religions – never distinguishing a lion as a Christian lion or a horse as a Jewish horse. Other sequential beings are not capable of sorting themselves into sects – more favored by the gods – than others. They are just animals – created by one creator, who looks on all as equals.

Religion is one of many constructs we need to ensure survival – to ensure we are working on the side of good – on the side of God. The words on the belt buckle of German soldiers in WWII is ‘Gott mit uns’ – ‘God with us’.  In this case, the reference is to the Christian God. We need the idea of God as our justification for survival in the lower four dimensions: height, width, length – sequenced by our perceived passage of time. We are forgiven our sins so that we can sin once again – in the name of our god. To those who believe in a loving god – peace, and love to you. I do believe love, to be a transcending idea – capable of moving us to be kinder and think higher.  We live in many mansions, where all things possible, are inevitable. Every tribal construct based on the perception of our lower three glands will be built in victory then torn down in defeat.

Our essence will ebb and flow – stop and go, as determined by our choices and the consequences these choices create. Multiple instances based on consequential points of decoherence – multiple vortexes in parallel dimensions, emanated in thought – animated in time-space constructs defined by the mathematics of spatial relationships.

I perceive, we belong to us – our only tribe, the non-spatial us.

The premise of The Alters is wrapped into a humankind story, where Sarah and Adam are the main characters – as Alters. We are sequential beings – like the birds and the bees – the ants, the trees – living clocks are everywhere. We see ourselves – humankind as the top tier – the gifted – the uplifted – in the image of our creator – traditionally forged by ideas of gods – special gods – who favor one tribe or another. We are special and each special tribe is rewarded – as a favorite of one god, or another – one set of holy men who set and judge the rules or another. King David to the Rabbis – St. Peter to the Pope, Mohammed – peace be upon him – to the Imams. The point is the top tier sequential beings created a god or gods after the god or gods created them. Religious tribes are impressive in their numbers: Christians – 2.1 Billion, Muslims – 1.3 Billion, Hindus – 900 Million, Buddhists – 378 Million, Sikhs – 23 Million, Jews – 14 Million.  We are intelligent enough to recognize, in a competitive, Darwinian existence – with ‘might is right’ mindset, there is strength in numbers – strength in a common belief system, pitting the proverbial  “us” against the abnormal “them”. When God is also on our side and prefers us to them – we are stronger.

We never look at the animal kingdom as belonging to different religions – never distinguishing a lion as a Christian lion or a horse as a Jewish horse. Other sequential beings are not capable of sorting themselves into sects – more favored by the gods – than others. They are just animals – created by one creator, who looks on all as equals.

Religion is one of many constructs we need to ensure survival – to ensure we are working on the side of good – on the side of God. The words on the belt buckle of German soldiers in WWII is ‘Gott mit uns’ – ‘God with us’.  In this case, the reference is to the Christian God. We need the idea of God as our justification for survival in the lower four dimensions: height, width, length – sequenced by our perceived passage of time. We are forgiven our sins – so we can sin once again – in the name of our god. To those who believe in a loving god – peace, and love to you. I do believe love, to be a transcending idea – capable of moving us to be kinder and think higher.  We live in many mansions, where all things possible, are inevitable. Every tribal construct based on the perception of our lower three glands will be built in victory then torn down in defeat.

Our essence will ebb and flow – stop and go, as determined by our choices and the consequences these choices create. Multiple instances based on consequential points of decoherence – multiple vortexes in parallel dimensions, emanated in thought – animated in time-space constructs defined by the mathematics of spatial relationships.

I perceive, we belong to us – our only tribe, the non-spatial us.

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