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  1. #1 the mathematics of faith 
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    Is it possible that "faith", our BELIEF in a God, conforms to a mathematical code of space-time?

    If God is the perception of space-time, is it possible that "faith", a belief system, actually represents a type of long winded or short winded code, however long the faith/teaching, of space-time.

    Take the number "1". God would be number one, "1". Numbers symbolize space-time, presumably, ultimately, ideally. Numbers are used to explain space-time, simply, that's how we use them. What if the number "1" represented the philosophy, and ultimately as a faith, the code of "two points joined by a line"? Like, "we two are one". Is there a faith that explains the concept of "conscious entity number 1 as a code of "we two are one"? Is it then possible to suggest there is a type of mathematics associated to faith?

    I have been struggling with this idea for such a long time, i have decided to write a book about it.

    If anyone is interested, click onto my website, download the 5MB pdf, and if possible, get back to me on your ideas.


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  3. #2 infinity * 0 = God 
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    I would think that God would be the number zero. Because regardless of what you multiply it by, you get it for the answer. Also, if God originated then it must be from nothingness (spontaneous generation) then zero is also appropriate. And then there is the fact that anything divided by zero is undefined, meaning it is too ambiguous to have meaning. Also appropriate for God.

    And, finally, zero is appropriate from my perspective because that is how much credit I give to the idea of a supernatural deity and how much credit I would give such a deity for the random struggle that it puts its creations through. If there is a God, he has a lot of explaining to do.


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  4. #3 you're right 
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    I think you're right.

    I think "we" each consider ourselves to be number 1 (and if we didn't how boring would life be), and that God would represent the zero and the infinity, the eternal and omnipresent, yet at the same time the nothing.

    It is interesting that a religion, the Christian one, had their deity offer himself to everyone, making everyone "number 1", and presumably making himself the more preferred, for himself, zero and infinity, the limit, the undefineable.

    I presented the idea of God being number 1 because I think that is always the thing to do, the place to start. The path then of God is realizing to be "0", to give the system it operates complete freedom, while he/it behaves as relatively nothing, as people would perceive it. I think though God is ALWAYS number 1, but he/it has us convinced he/it should be zero, and plays at that very well. I mean, imagine it, imagine being someone, a human, who's mind is able to control everyone's thoughts.......how boring, eventually.......where's the randomness. I would think the devil exists, in theory, to allow God the freedom of knowing people are doing things by their own volition.

    But, I think FAITH is the most complex thing, otherwise children would understand it and be our teachers when it has bored us otherwise.

    Perhaps as another consideration, the codes of faith represent how people can actually think freely and develop freely in that arena-theme-philosophy of understanding life, and maybe the devil is the thing that represents some type of mind-control order that we need to resist, some type of regime. Yet if we continually choose to be mind controlled, to live in a type of regime, we have chosen, a choice has been made.

    It's difficult, but the overall theme I think is one of "faith", believing in an unknown, and "truth", knowing something as a FACT. "Faith" is usually necessary for a primitive people who don't have the history let alone life-experience to know the FACTS of the system, whereas a more mature and developed people hold to truths that ideally I would think would seem to CONFIRM at least some of history's great faiths, else have us as a species seem like fools.

    I have been working on a book that seems to mathematically confirm some of the great faiths, but it is not a book of faith, it is a 0_1 algorithm, and I only say that to put where I am coming from into context.
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