Genesis 101

If science and religion can agree on anything, it is that the universe—the All—had a beginning. Both are incorrect. Infinite Omniverse, or Multiverse (better terms), can have no beginning or end. Yet, as mortal creatures, it is practically impossible for humans to imagine anything without beginning or ending created by a nameless mysterious force. So most Christians say “in the beginning, God” while ignoring that this description is only a flawed metaphor for the inconceivable. Creation was not an ancient event; Creation is a perpetual process. Yet among those who accept their Holy Bible as authoritative, the common belief is that the scriptures indicate the universe/Creation had a beginning. 

In the English language, Genesis 1:1, the first sentence of the venerable New King James version of the Holy Bible is: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” The original King James uses the singular “heaven.” Other versions present a range of translations, most of which are similar but some have significant differences. The Wycliffe and New Life versions add words clarifying that the heavens and earth were made from nothing. The Common English version avoids allusion to a given point in time by starting off with the word when:  “When God began…” The Easy-To-Read version steps further back from the word “beginning” by using the opening words: “God created…” The New Century uses the word “sky” rather than heaven or heavens. 

Where does this “in the beginning” idea originate? All of the above translations are derived from the Hebrew Torah, which begins: בראשית ברא אלהים את השמים ואת הארץ׃ (read from right to left). The transliteration of the very first word is bereshit, the first letter of which is bet, which is the second letter of the Hebrew alphabet. Bereshit is commonly translated as: “in the beginning,” but it can also be translated: “at the head.” To say, in English, “At the head, God created” would sound strange; nonetheless, the concept seeking expression is something other than a first moment in Time. The concept is more like: the first moment of Time. Everything originates from or at “the head,” in the Mind—not time-bound. 

Creation initiates in the first dimension of Consciousness. This is something we discovered many years ago in the course of assembling our meta-Rosetta Stone of correspondences, all of which align to form and express a short list of Omniversal principles. Those principles are the core of the Noetitek™ system for Intelligence Augmentation™ which is the technological engine for the new science of Enhanced Human Perception™ established by PluribusOne™ Consulting. 

Each letter of the Hebrew alphabet has unique meaning—a kind of word on its own. The letter bet, as we learned firsthand from Jewish kabbalist rabbis in the course of our years of Kabbalah study, means “house.” That bet is the first letter of the Torah indicates that those first seven words (Genesis 1:1) are expressing the deep truth that triune Consciousness created housing for Its habitation—the house of Omniverse. Further, the word bereshit has the same numerological value as the word for Life: chai. That value is 18, or 9 (1+8=9) and expresses completion. 

The infinite Omniverse is a complete and perfect living entity and, therefore, everything within Omniverse is alive and can never be anything other than alive. That is not a Jewish or Kabbalistic statement but a statement of our own NoetiTaoism™ which expresses a fundamental truth known to certain ancient mystics. And this is a truth that can reconcile followers of all faiths. There is nothing not of the One. All are “chosen.”


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4 Responses to “Genesis 101”

  1. PeaceTrainer Says:

    So how would you translate that first sentence?

  2. PluribusOne™ Says:

    Our concise yet descriptive translation of the essence of that sentence is: “Through dimensions of Consciousness, eternal Awareness unfolds and inhabits Omniverse.” That is the exoteric (non-esoteric) mind-science teaching of NoetiTaoism™ learnable while standing on one foot.

    We should add that an alternative translation of Bereshit is: “By means of a woven network…” Again we see the word as descriptive of a process, not a one-time event.

  3. PeaceTrainer Says:

    Is there a corresponding esoteric teaching?

  4. PluribusOne™ Says:

    Yes. The cornerstone of the esoteric teaching is that the entirety of Omniverse is an endless illusion (reflection) fabricated by Source Energy Awareness (SEA) by working through the dimensions of Consciousness that It imagined into Being, and through the dimensions of Time and Space, in order to produce and experience endless “movies” that express the infinite range of Its imagination.

    The Grand Illusion of Omniverse is the effect of Awareness perceiving Awareness and imagining that such self-awareness is the perceiving of a distinct Other.

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