While the question of whether we have a soul or not is not something I can prove one way or the other, I think it’s worth it to ask yourself whether you think you have a soul and, if so, what that would mean for you. It is certainly possible that our souls don’t exist, and we all just vanish into nothing when we die—but that’s a boring concept, isn’t it?
The concept of having a soul that is ours and ours alone leads to some interesting questions that really get to the heart of discovering who we are and where we came from.
Are we part of something greater? Something we can’t comprehend, at least at this point in our existence?
If our souls do exist and are somehow designed to reproduce when our third eye is open, is that proof of some sort of intelligent design? You can call this intelligent design a creator, God, a supernatural force, the CEO of the simulation company that created this universe we think we live in (I’ll give more of my thoughts on simulation later in the book), or something else that we can’t even comprehend.
The bottom line is that if our souls do exist, and if they can be passed on through reproduction, something must have designed it to happen this way. There is a theory that has been around since the early 1990s that states that the universe and its inhabitants could not have evolved by the “blind chance” set forth in Darwinism. This theory argues that there are holes in the theory of evolution and claims that these holes scientifically prove the presence of an “intelligent designer” in nature. It does not state that God is the intelligent designer; it only states that there is clear evidence in nature of intelligent design. The designer could be God, but it could also be some other supernatural force or an extraterrestrial race.94
So, the question is: If this intelligent design isn’t God, what or who is it? The possibilities really do boggle the mind and help make the stupid shit we go through on a daily basis fairly unimportant.
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