Scientific Proof of God, A New and Modern Bible, and Coexisting Relations of God and the Universe

Friday, September 06, 2013

268.The Random Life of All Little Gods and Syrians.

When England was ruling the USA in 1776, the colonists sent Ben Franklin to the Royal Society of Sciences at Gottingen, Germany. There, Ben learned the new atoms of Gottfried Leibniz (1646-1716). When Ben came home, he told the colonists that these new atoms are the 'immortal souls of humans.' In all of my books, I develop these new atoms.  With them, I describe a new universe and a new life of all humans.

These new atoms from Leibniz are spiritual. They were accepted by the U.S. colonists and caused the separation of the colonists from England. This separation came because all atoms in England are assumed to be physical. Today, England's scientists are still hunting for physical atoms. So, if one rejects the spiritual atom, life will become focused on numbered money. But if one rejects the physical atoms, life will become focused on equalities --- of equal nations, equal families, and equal Little Gods.

Today, the spiritual atoms are rejected by the scientists in England and Russia and by religions in Islam and Judaism. In the USA, atheistic scientists, many U.S. congressional persons, criminals, and corporate CEOs reject spiritual atoms and accept physical atoms. And in Syria, President Assad accepts physical atoms and has used chemical atoms to rule Syrians.

When Ben Franklin brought something important back from Germany, he made a big change in the world.  But many Americans are only running away from everything new or different . So, they are afraid to mark a line in the sand to define right from wrong.

God does not make nations.  Only humans make nations. So, when a child is born or a man or woman dies, God gives the soul of the child, man, or woman a new body anywhere. Thus, if we do not make equal nations, the life of humans on this planet will always be random.

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