About TheGodGuy

Philosopher/Theologian Edward F. Sylvia, M.T.S. attended the School of Visual Arts in New York and received his Master of Theological Studies at the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, CA and a Certificate of Swedenborgian Studies from the Swedenborgian House of Studies. He is a member of the Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences (C.T.N.S.) and the Swedenborg Scientific Association (S.S.A.).

Award-winning author of Sermon From the Compost Pile: Seven Steps Toward Creating An Inner Garden and Proving God, which fulfills a continuing vision that God’s fingerprints of love can be found everywhere in the manifest universe. His newest book, Swedenborg & Gurdjieff: The Missing Links is an edgy collection of anti-intuitive essays for personal transformation that challenges and inspires.

Mr. Sylvia has been a student of the ideas of both Emanuel Swedenborg and George I. Gurdjieff for more than thirty years. Read more about TheGodGuy, his books and his ideas at http://www.staircasepress.com.

49 Responses to About TheGodGuy

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog a while back. You left a very insightful comment on a post I did about quantum physics and universal consciousness. I did not understand what you were all about then (and I do not fully grasp it now), but it is becoming clearer as I learn more. Best of luck to you and your righteous endeavor.

  2. thegodguy says:

    Thanks for reciprocating. I try to add new “wrinkles” to the discussions I find dear to my heart on various blogs. Unfortunately, I am currently working on a most difficult book project and have precious little time to continue these conversations.

    I am attempting to unify science and religion by showing that LOVE is the ultimate formative substance in the universe (substance is propensity and endeavor) and can lead us to an exact science. My two major strategies are to demonstrate that physical laws and forces are actually spiritual laws and forces constrained by what exists in time and space, and, that important elements of the New Physics are derived from the “layered” architecture of the narratives in Holy Scripture.

    We have to change many of our assumptions about both physics and religion. These new ideas are what are represented by the descent of the Holy City, the New Jerusalem. The “End Days” represent a radically new cosmic paradigm shift. This is what is meant by the Lord’s words that “all things will be made anew.” These ideas are what will be revealed by the Lord’s Second Coming – which is slowly taking place, to one person at a time, right now!

  3. irishanglican says:

    How about the doctrine of God? i.e. the nature of God? And is not God triune?

  4. thegodguy says:

    Thanks for your response. You need not be concerned. I will not only address issues concerning the nature of God and Trinitarian doctrine in my upcoming book “Proving God,” these topics have also been explored from various angles in several of my previous posts. Posts entitled “Jesus is Jehovah,” and “The Divine Rope-A-Dope” quickly come to mind. You bring up important issues because Trinitarian doctrine is a source of great confusion in the Christian Church.

  5. irishanglican says:

    There is really no confusion at all about the Trinity, only profound mystery! I believe like the Eastern Orthodox, that the first seven Ecumenical Councils are the Churches best teaching with both Scripture and a Living Tradition. Forgive me, but being honest, your Swedenborg position would be a false path for me! If we really want to know the basis for the Trinitarian nature of God, we simply must hear and follow the First Council of Nicaea. The beauty of God can really only be approached in the expession of dogmatic theology!

    Fr. Robert
    D. Phil.,Th.D.

  6. thegodguy says:

    Dear Fr. Robert,

    With all due respect, how do you clear up confusion with a mystery? Since this is such an important topic, I would like to continue our discussion. May I direct you to my most recent post, entitled, “Three Gods or One God?” This will be a more appropriate place to continue our healthy exchange of ideas.

  7. irishanglican says:

    Mr. Sylvia,

    To have read the Oecumenical Council of Nicaea I once or even back in seminary is nice, but hardly classifies as someone who can make a very critical effort or judgment. For as we who follow and understand, at least something of this profound theological document. We know that it is a living tradition! And it comes from a living and Apostolic Church. Of which, as your presuppositions show you do not accept, respect nor believe. So from this standpoint, you are simply but quite surely in heterodoxy (one to think in one’s own opinions, etc.) rather than the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church!

    Therefore it would be fruitless to make further discussion, unless you were to read some of the Eastern Fathers, and some modern Orthodox theologians, on this “their” great and First and most important Ecumenical Council. That does teach this most profound doctrine of the Trinity of God – Who is both three and one (triune). The Father is the regal, or the cause or origin of the Godhead, from whom the Son is begotten eternally and also from whom the Holy Spirit proceeds eternally. The Holy Trinity is three, distinct, divine persons (hypostases), without overlap or modality among them, who share one divine essence (ousia) – uncreated, immateral, and eternal.

    And in discussing God’s realtionship to his creation, Orthodoxy uses the concept of a distinction between God’s eternal essence which is totally transcendent and His “uncreated energies” which is how he reaches us. It is also necessary to understand that this is an artifical distinction, not a real one. The God who is transcendent and the God who touches us are one and the same. Here again is more of your “mystery” which is so obvious and real to both the Judeo people (Jews) and the Christian Church and community.

    “Let a man so account of us, as ministers of Christ and stewards of the MYSTERIES OF GOD.” (1 Cor.4:1)

    Sincerely In Christ,
    Fr. Robert

  8. thegodguy says:

    Dear Fr. Robert

    What are you doing back on this page? I made an extra effort to create a post JUST FOR YOU in order to continue this important discussion. Not only have you made it more difficult for my readers to follow the flow of our discussion, you have also chosen to fire off your parting shot at me on my biography page. Shame on you!

    I accept your intelligence and passion but not your un-Christian tactics.

    You have taken advantage of my goodwill. I will be forced to delete any further correspondence unless you send your responses to the appropriate page.

  9. enreal says:

    Great bio! Congratulations!

  10. thegodguy says:

    Dear enreal,

    I hope this blog will lead to sparking your interest in my next book, “Proving God.” I hope to make it available in a few months.

    In this century, theology and science will not only interface, but be unified through new revelations.

    Spiritually yours,
    TheGodGuy

  11. carla was here says:

    ok i was here and whatcha doin? cant wait to read that book. a great admire-er hurry up

  12. thegodguy says:

    Dear Carla,

    My next book “Proving God” will be available early ’09. Appreciate the interest.

    Spiritually yours,
    TheGodGuy

  13. guardaiinalto says:

    Sir Ed,

    I’m always glad to find people on the web who engage in integrating good science with solid theology. My question: will you be addressing the issue of the second coming in your forthcoming book?
    I think that this is a crucial issue for theology. I believe that the second coming, inaugurating the Kingdom of G, needs to be understood as a future event (rather than as something that has already happened, or happens to everybody when they die, or as a mere symbol) in order to be relevant to Christian life and hope.
    I see the greatest difficulty of conceptualizing the second coming today, not so much in the “freeze or fry” scenarios of contemporary predictions from cosmology, but rather in the enormously different timescales of human history on the one hand, and of the cosmos on the other: the second coming has traditionally been understood as the fulfillment of human history AND the history of the universe. Now that we know with a high degree of certainty that the age of the cosmos is some 14 bio. years and that it can be expected to exist for much longer, the “AND” between history of man-history of the universe becomes a serious conceptual problem. In other words, if the Lord came soon, i.e. at some point on the human timescale, say within the next centuries or millennia (which I hope), what would then become of the cosmos?
    Now I’m not advocating giving in to “unyielding despair” in the face of cosmic future, as Bertrand Russell stupidly suggested. I believe there is something like an “absolute future” for people, and for creation, in Jesus Xp.
    Personally, one thing that strengthens my hope that the Kingdom is coming are the numerous apparitions of BV Mary in the last century. Now I know that this may sound wacky, but after having read extensively (including sceptical literature), I think that these apparitions are not susceptible to debunking. I’m thinking especially of those in Zeitun, Egypt, or e.g. Fatima and Knock etc.
    What do you think? How can we relate cosmology and the history of salvation? Thanks,

    Daniel

  14. thegodguy says:

    Dear Daniel,

    My next book will spend a whole chapter on the discussion of the Second Coming. Simply put, the Lord’s return will not be a physical event. Therefore, cosmology is unaffected by salvation.

    The idea that the Lord will create a “new heaven” and a “new earth” actually refers to a change in our inner spiritual and outwardly worldly lives – after receiving deeper revelations contained within the literal description of the eschatological events of Scripture.

    See my post entitled, “Does Faith Threaten Cosmology?” That would be the best place for us to both continue this discussion, if you so choose.

    Thanks for your questions.

    Spiritually yours,
    TheGodGuy

  15. Kirstie says:

    Hi- I have some questions about yourself. In your post, Help God Send Someone to Hell today. You said at the end, “Hell is not a physical place.” “Rather it is a state of mind.” Are you saying that there is no such place where God sends people that do not receive his son? A place where you do not feel, smell, hear, and taste? Do you not believe in the actual lake of fire Jesus mentions? Is your post of Sexual Intercourse in Heaven from your thoughts, or did you receive this revelation from God? Are you saying that married couples now when they die separate and be with their own soulmates, or are you saying that you are still married to your earthly spouse, but it is just under a different spiritual order. You would probably find Sid Roth’s television show it’s supernatural interesting on Utube.
    Sincerely, Kirstie Please write back if you have the time

  16. thegodguy says:

    Dear Kirstie,

    Thank you for your response but I wish you had asked your questions at the appropriate posts.

    People in the spiritual world have spiritual bodies consisting of spiritual substances. Since the human mind and all its thoughts, ideas. and belief systems are also made of spiritual substances, after death, one finds oneself in a topological environment that mirrors all the qualities of one’s heart and mind. Evil becomes its own punishment and good becomes its own reward. What people feel, smell, see, hear and taste in the life beyond this earthly realm are the realities of their own life choices (which is their spirit).

    There is no lake of PHYSICAL fire in a non-physical hell. The Holy Word contains deeper psycho-spiritual meanings which traditional Christianity is mostly unaware of.

    Jesus is Jehovah – so your comment concerning God sending people to a “bad” place who do not receive His Son comes from faulty Christian doctrine.

    Married partners in heaven can be those who were married on earth or who found each other after the death of the physical body. In the spiritual world, where people can more easily perceive each other’s true inner quality, compatibility is more easily discerned. All hidden agendas are exposed for everyone to examine.

    My concepts come from the theological writings of Emanuel Swedenborg, who received revelations from the Lord God.

    If you have additional questions, please enter them on the post containing the appropriate topic.

    Spiritually yours,
    TheGodGuy

  17. Kirstie says:

    Dear God Guy- Where is the appropriate post spot?

  18. thegodguy says:

    Dear Kirstie,

    At the bottom of every post topic you can simply “click” on the words “no comments.” If the topic already has other comments simply click on “six comments” or however many there are. Or enter the title of the post and when it appears keep scrolling down until you find a reply box. I prefer that people make their comments below the actual post they are responding to.

    Spiritually yours,
    TheGodGuy

  19. Dear Good Guy,

    I believe God has orchestrated “blogs” like this as his ultimate means to save all mankind and to bring us all to the knowledge of the truth as per 1Timothy 2:4.
    It is inevitable that those who read and comment on such blogs will be of various degrees of enlightenment about God and his eternal will. Some may not understand what is being said and be fearful that their cherished belief systems may be challenged and overturned leaving them “shipwrecked” in their faith. In other blogs I have commented into, I have been dismissed as an heretic with my belief and revealed knowledge that it is God’ s will that all men be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth.
    You have no doubt addressed this issue but I feel it important that people who may be fearful are constantly reassured that God’ s will for every man is that every man will experience God’ s kingdom salvation. I believe God loves all mankind because all mankind are created in his image and therefore have his seed in them which is Christ Jesus.
    I await you comments.

    In His Majesty’ s Secret Service

  20. thegodguy says:

    Dear david,

    Thank you for your positive response. However, while God’s eternal will seeks to save all humankind not all humans reciprocate with divine love. This conversation can best be explored if we move it from this home page to my post entitled “Hell is awash in God’s love.”

    Spiritually yours,
    TheGodGuy

    http://www.staircasepress.com

  21. I just discovered this blog and look forward to visiting and posting. I am a co-founder of a new organization, Chain of Miracles Center, that combines the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg with the spiritual discipline, A Course in Miracles. I am pleasantly surprised that you are writing a book on the science vs religion conflicts going on today (Dawkins vs. Swedenborg), as we have been working on one also.

  22. thegodguy says:

    Dear Peggy,

    Welcome! I have studied Swedenborg since 1974. My book “Proving God” will be out in mid-March, 2010. It unifies theology with the New Paradigm science. Advanced reading copies have already received great reviews. Hope to hear from you again!

    Spiritually yours,
    TheGodGuy

  23. ghodfather says:

    Hey, there. I love what you’re doing here. Keep up the good work! I especially appreciate the way you find the right words to explain some of the theological concepts in Swedenborg’s books in a modern context.

  24. thegodguy says:

    Dear ghodfather,

    My upcoming book “Proving God” will not only explain Swedenborg’s ideas in a more modern context but show that both his science and theology are still superior to current (post-modern) assumptions.

    Spiritually yours,
    TheGodGuy

  25. Bruceleeeowe says:

    Hi, I liked your thoughts about god and science. Though I don.t like to talk about religious issues when talking science. Albeit try to connect them like soul as some sort of plasma based life in my blog. well could I see a preview of your books?

  26. thegodguy says:

    Dear Bruceleeowe,

    Please visit my website listed on this Home Page for book info. You interest is appreciated!

    Spiritually yours,
    TheGodGuy

  27. Mitch E. says:

    Dear Godguy,

    I appreciate all the time you take to respond to so many posts. This is my first. I plan on purchasing your book soon. I also look forward to discussions on your blog.

    Gracias

  28. Hello and Happy new year.
    I have ordered your book from Amazon.com.

    I love God and I know that he had a plan when he created. God’s Word is the plan, the blueprint for the ideal of creation. Since Satan knew God’s Word as well, he has distorted God’s Word and has centered this world on himself. Pity. We need to understand God’s original blueprint, see it in front of us, and restore humankind back to Him by using God’s original plan. One Family Under God is my motto for 2011.

    Best wishes, Jim Rigney

  29. great blog – i liked your interpretation of the machine that allows a person to access the higher mind. it was great science fiction with some of the ‘ghost in the machine’ romanticism to boot. i can’t claim to be one of the faithful, though i am interested in the metaphyical aspects of philosophy. the machine your characters demonstrate has the same effect mind altering substances such as LSD have; (though i have not taken any in 15 years). this being a overwhelming and profound feeling of euphoria and selflessness. in fact, my experience of this higher mind was to dismantle the structures i had grown up believing were integral to everyones’ identity and role in society and replace them with such disorientation that i thought i was fading away into death. and with such bliss that i may well have been soaring spiritually heavenwards!

    in comparison back in the real world, i have a pulse and a appetite. both of which need constant maintainance.

    • thegodguy says:

      Thank you. You are referring to my Sept. 19, 2011 blog post entitled “Dennis gets hooked up to a ‘Dynamo-Spectral-Noggin’ Apparatus.”

      Spiritually yours,
      TheGodGuy

  30. Peggy Howland says:

    “As a scientific model, the Enneagram has both explanatory and predictive qualities. The full power of its knowledge will have to be paid for, not with money, but with spiritual equity.” Edward T. Sylvia, M.T.S.: “Proving God: Swedenborg’s Remarkable Quest for the Quantum Fingerprints of Love”, Page 353

    “The Atonement was not the price of our wholeness, but it was the price of your awareness of your wholeness. For what you chose to ‘sell’ had to be kept for you since you could not ‘buy’ it back. Yet you must invest in it, not with money but with your spirit. For Spirit is will, and will is the ‘price’ of the Kingdom.” A Course in Miracles, Orig Ed. T11:42

  31. Peggy Howland says:

    As Sylvia states in “Proving God,” and as confirmed by Jesus in A Course in Miracles, money can’t buy the spiritual progress that we need. It comes from a process we enter into with God’s guidance and it has to do with investing with our Spirit! And when we do this, we get what we desire!

    • thegodguy says:

      Dear Peggy,

      The big trick is desiring to do God’s will! Thanks for the words of support.

      Spiritually yours,
      TheGodGuy

      • Bengt de Paulis says:

        Then what is Gods will!

        It was not clear for the Scribes 2000 years ago.
        And Christianity took its time to get going on a broad scale.

        Another question (different topic)
        Gurdjieff was instrumental in introducing Ennegram I understand.
        Edward could you explain the connection to the christian 12 human characters.
        Since there are only 9 in Ennegram.
        3 missing?

        /Bengt de Paulis :-)
        Finland

  32. Greetings Mr. Silvia,
    I read your book “Proving God” in which I noticed many of what I call Dr. Goswami’s Quantum Activist buzz phrases, making it a collaborative effort, and a step forward towards unifiying science and religion, which is of course important and needs to be done. It’s interesting that in looking at what specifically Swedenborg revealed about the First church for example that we see, Swedenborg’s attempts to understand and teach again the Ancient Wisdom. Would that be a correct assumption?
    Soon I expect that the spirit world will be connected to the internet, but not before we make the quantum analog to digital converter that will translate information from the “time and space” (or lack of it, but just the appearance of it) of the spirit world to time and space of the physical world.
    In the meantime perhaps you haven’t had the opportunity to check out my notebook in the form of a flickr.com slideshow that definitely deals with many common themes of Swedenborg, such as correspondences (don’t miss the periodic table mapping to Air/Water/Fire +- of 4 directions toward the end). Perhaps you could take a look at it and give me your two cents :
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/nordavinci/sets/72157612794700849/show/

    Regards,
    Peter Nordquist

    • thegodguy says:

      Peter,

      I am busy with other “Swedenborgian” projects at this moment but my readers are welcome to explore your site. Thanks for sharing!

      Spiritually yours,
      TheGodGuy

      • Mr Sylvia,
        I was wondering just now if you would happen to be familiar with Swedenborg’s internal correspondence interpretation of “the water from the rock” (that Moses struck), or if Swedenborg ever explained his view about that?

        Peter Nordquist

  33. thegodguy says:

    Dear Peter,

    I assume you are talking about the Exodus story found in chapter 17:1-7 of the Holy Word. Swedenborg’s answer can be found in his great theological work Arcana Coelestia (vol. 10, n. 8582). The “rock in Horeb” signifies the Lord, and the waters which streamed out of it represented Faith issuing from the Lord. Moses “Smiting” or striking the rock symbolizes that we are to entreat such things from God through a humble heart.

    BTW, my “profile page” is not the place to carry on theological discussions. Sorry, I am a busy publisher and have posted individual blog titles for the purpose of discussion.

    Spiritually yours,
    TheGodGuy

  34. thegodguy says:

    To Bengt de Paulis,

    Please seek me out on my website for extensive questions.

    http://www.staircasepress.com

    In the meantime, your first question concerning God’s Will was answered by the Lord Jesus. We are to love God and the neighbor – all the law hangs on those two ideas.

    As far as your second question goes the enneagram (nine-diagram) consists of three overlapping octaves with three missing semitones. 9 + 3 = 12.

    Spiritually yours,
    TheGodGuy

  35. Lux Ferous says:

    Hey TheGodGuy,

    I haven’t looked too much into your site just yet, but it looks really interesting and I look forward to reading more! This might be the wrong place for my asking, but I have a pressing question about theology that I couldn’t find the answer too pretty much anywhere. I mentioned it a little bit on my blog, but since it appears I have found a christian theologian I’ll ask it here!

    In John 17:4, Jesus (pbuh) states while addressing God: “[I] finished the work you gave me to do, I brought you glory on earth.” When reading this in the Bible, I was startled because this was said before the crucifixion that Jesus (pbuh) willingly did to atone for mankind’s sins. Now I am not a Christian, but I’m curious how you address this “seeming” contradiction. I’m not making accusations or anything, you would obviously know much more about this than I do, but I was curious how you would go about addressing this, since it would appear to be a statement denying the importance of the crucifixion.

    Thanks for clearing it up,
    Lux.

    • thegodguy says:

      Nothing can be “cleared up” for the literal-thinking human mind. Jesus was Jehovah in the flesh! Glorification was a two-way streak – Glorifying (Perfecting) the Lord’s human form while also glorifying the “Father” (God’s divinity). Doing His “work” on earth means perfecting his Human side to be harmonious with His divine and heavenly soul. At this point in the Bible Story Jesus has succeeded in glorifying His inner reality (Jehovah) but had not yet fully glorified His outer humanness and flesh. After the Crucifixion the Lord’s human nature was fully unified with His divine inner nature. That is why there was an empty tomb. If you have any further questions you may want to order my award-winning book “Proving God.”

      Spiritually yours,
      TheGodGuy

  36. Louis Cunningham says:

    If some one desires to be updated with hottest technologies after that he must go to see this web site and be up to date all the time.

    • thegodguy says:

      Dear Louis,

      Better yet, simply order my award-winning book “Proving God” on Amazon. This work unifies science and theology in unique new ways!

      Spiritually yours,
      TheGodGuy

  37. Hans Appelgren says:

    Hi Edward.

    I have a friend who has a childlike way of crushing all questions about God and the existences of God. He is not an atheist nor an agnostic he believes God exist yet he is like myself “a doubting Thomas” We both looked at an BBC documentary that was about God and if God exist? The documentary is called “Is there a God?” So now to my question to you Edward. My friend says very cleverly “If God created us, why then did He not make it obvious to us that He exists? And also to re-frame the question, make it simple to realize who God is for us His own Children? This is a question I can’t get around and. I have been able to solve all other contradiction like “if God is so Loving why has he allowed war and hatred in the world?” But this obviously is the same question, but framed in a different way.as you can see.

    I know Swedenborg could look into other dimensions, but not everybody can do this. So my friend asks do you have to become a mystic or a yogi in order to know God? Why does it have to be so difficult? And the last conclusion is this does this not indicate that there really is no God at all?

    Thanks for you sincere reply, I am deadly serious about this and are about to loose my faith.Perhaps I am under “bad influences”?

    Hans

    • thegodguy says:

      Dear Hans,

      Simply order and read my book “Proving God.” Your question has to be approached from many, many angles. Only a book could cover such many-faceted issues.

      Spiritually yours,
      TheGodGuy

  38. Hans Appelgren says:

    Thank you

    I have already order your book, “proving God”, I did this before I asked the question to you. I was hoping to have a dialog about this with you directly…I can see that you have been struggling with the same kind of questions. So I figured this is the perfect individual to ask this question. As you can see it is very simple question and kind of naive even, but you can’t quite get around it though.It’s like a bug in the pants it wont leave you alone… If one is 100% honest and not just believe what one wants to be true…In the end of the day as I see this, it’s only possible to make a choice to believe in a Higher power, but having no means to prove this at all to be the ultimate Reality, with logic or science, these being two different domains. The question is this and it boils down to this in all religion in the whole world: If God is impersonal, then one can always say; Yes, there is a Substance, that can be called “Love”, but is not “loving” per see…There is Life or Consciousness, that’s always Present, but no ‘willful’ ‘personal God’, who has a plan with “my life”, that is separate from Himself (?) then, OK, God exist, in a metaphysical sense, as the Substance or ‘Principle of Life’, but if God is personal, willful and has a plan with each and every one of us, this does not make any sense at all, as I see this…And religions claims to know this God’s Will, what it is and what it is for??? Isn’t this to go a little bit too far? If we do not even know who we are our-self, how can we know Who created us? And why?

    Thanks anyways! Hans

    • thegodguy says:

      Dear Hans,

      God’s plan for you is to consciously take part (co-creation) in spiritual rebirth and regeneration. In other words, discovering the flaws of your character and changing them. How would you ever know that this was indeed taking place in your life unless it was your choice? You control much of the process from your end. The Lord God works secretly, otherwise you would rebel and defend your “Free Will” in such matters.

      Spiritually yours,
      TheGodGuy

  39. Hans Appelgren says:

    Dear Edward.
    Thank you for this reply. I like what you say about “knowing God’s will only results in a kind of rebel and defense. I call this “the fall” and it is the original sin, that is the base for all other sins. If at all there is any sin or missing the mark as the word “sin” actually means…
    I am a follower of both the 12 step program and Bruno Grönings circle of friends. I am also a member of the Liberal Catholic Church…The 12 step program is based on making amends and personal inventory (step 4) What I mean to say by this, is only that I get your point that you’re making.

    The next question that pops up is this; Is there any free will at all? Well, it sure appears so anyways, from our human point of view and we all have to act “as if” we had this Gift from God, but is it real? To me it seams a way too generous offer from the Creator and indicates that God Himself does not have 100% total free will either. So it seams, God is bound by us – His children. If God is really God, God must be more like the Vedic or Hindu version – were God is without a second. At least according to Shankara and advaita (no duality or not two). There is ONLY GOD and no other. We exist, yes, but only apparently so, as separate and apart in a dualistic way…Like the wave in the ocean, is never anything else than water, it is one witht the oscean, even if we call it a separate wave. Swedenborg did not have this kind of realization apparently and this does not come aotomatically just by being able to talk to spirits not even they know, than how can we know here on earth???

    So all the rest is hearsay and taken in through our limited senses and limited, mind and intellect and this is enough proof that we as humans or spiritual beings after death, cannot know God without His/Her Grace…

    I look forward to read you book! Thanks! Hans

    • thegodguy says:

      The book will answer many of your questions. Unfortunately, those of us with limited minds cannot understand the Infinite. The Lord God makes finite ratios with us – not the other way around.

      Enjoy the book!

      Spiritually yours,
      TheGodGuy.

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