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

Monday, August 25, 2014

519. Leibniz's Monads

The Monadology by Goittfried Leibniz must become a study of every human and leader. (click) At Oregon State University, Leibniz's Monadology was translated by Robert Latta. (click) 

Leibniz's monads are atoms that God is using to make an increasing number of little universes. Each little universe has a star, at least, and have at least one planet on which humans can live equally and happily.

However, some Americans reject Leibniz's monads. Instead, these Americans say that God does not exist, that people have evolved as animals, and that people must struggle with each other in order to maintain life. Since they have no God or soul, they conclude that they have only one life.

The first major rejection of Leibniz's monads came from England when Isaac Newton refused to talk to Leibniz and when John Locke developed a theory on physical atoms. However, before Queen Anne died as a young person (click), her grandmother told her about the great monads of Leibniz. Today, many scientists in the USA agree wit physical atoms. However, physical atoms means that the universe will come to an end. Thus, monads form the only universe that continues forever.

When Leibniz died in 1716, his monads went into the background until 1766, when Ben Franklin went to Germany and France to learn the monads. He told his friends about them after he learned them. Ben called Leibniz monads 'immortal human souls.' In ten years, the USA separated the colonists from England. In 1812, England went to war again and failed. In 1859, England sent Darwin's book on evolution theory. Americans, who believe in evolution theory reject Leibniz's monads. And they become atheists, and usually become followers of the American Civil Liberty Union.

It is time for all nations to study Leibniz's monads.

My books about God and the Universe are presented below:

1. The First Scientific Proof of God (2006), 271 pages, (click)
2. A New and Modern Holy Bible (2012), 189 pages
3. God And His Coexistent Relations To the Universe. (2014), 429 page


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