Finding God: The Search

There is a difference between pretending and believing. We are one world, in the vast array of many worlds. Our minds are flexible. You can cut the human brain with a butter knife (2010-2011). How easily the human casing can be destroyed yet the spirit is eternal.

The mind reading process or telepathy ignites some past hysteria, such as evil practice or even mind control. Misuse is it not as much a problem as it is perception. If someone perceives that another may have the power to control their mind; then it creates a possibility for occurrence should the mind reader be so inclined. This is unsettling for those without the understanding that mind control is a personal issue and should be handled with care. Fragility of the mind is the result of irrational secrets, lies and ignorance. This sounds harsh but in reality these are the milder terms. What happens when we are unable to separate our lives from the truth or refuse to reevaluate beliefs? Stagnancy to growth; we impersonate what we think is progression rather than true development. One must connect with their higher power for guidance on these matters.

The topic of God or gods, religions and beliefs often stirs up some dissention between groups and individuals. We have yet to boast of concordance in these arenas. However, it should be understood, that certain rights are owed every human being. Kant described these rights as duties directed by God (Johnson, 2010).

Who, what and where is God?

Physicists are yet to determine the actual component of the God particle, yet faith has existed since the beginning of time. Whether or not you believe in God, believe in a higher power or even if you don’t believe in any such thing, we all want to know how we came to be on Planet Earth.

clip_image002 The Measure of Genius: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel at 500

{The particles emitted from the human brain, through the forehead are similar to the creative energy said to have  instigated “the big bang”. (This is further discussed in Elevated Fusion)}

John Olson’s view on the God Particle:

“If it exists, the Higgs boson will prove itself to be an essential and universal component of the material world. Hence, its nickname, God particle. The Higgs boson gives mass to other particles by causing them to cluster around it in much the same way a group of people may cluster around one another to hear a rumor or a bit of important news. Peter Higgs, for whom the particle is named, created a model in which particle masses arise from “fields” spread over space and time.”

Darwin’s missing link could easily be substituted by the God particle. Why are we unlike our apelike brethren? Well, I suppose it’s because we’re a different species. Not to say that man has not evolved.

“One of us”, a popular and controversial song released in 1995 by Joan Osborne asks a question that most to this day would rather not utter. Her words “…just a slob like one of us”, created such a stir, that her lyrics were scorned by those with conflicting beliefs (Freeland, 2004). The content risked ridicule, while forcing people to think about the measure of holiness we place on our source of life.

According to Dictionary.Com:

Word Origin & History


mid-14c., “strange, foreign,” from O.Fr. alien , from L. alienus “of or belonging to another,” adj. form of alius “(an)other” (see alias). Meaning “of another planet” first recorded 1944 in science fiction writing; the noun in this sense is from 1953. The noun sense of “foreigner” is first attested early 14c. An alien priory (c.1500) is one owing obedience to a mother abbey in a foreign country.

If you believe in God, you may wonder how he came to be, where he originated from. The origin of God must be beyond our world. His distance may be shortened by our compliance, according to findings by DYG Inc., about “70% (U.S. adults) feel that evolution and creation science can be harmonized” (B. A. Robinson, 2009).

However man perceives it; he is dependent on something for survival. We can call “It” God, which would be more appropriate for a being with godlike qualities. The Merriam Webster Dictionary defines God as:

1. capitalized: the supreme or ultimate reality: as a: the Being perfect in power, wisdom, and goodness who is worshipped as creator and ruler of the universe

2. by Christian Science: the incorporeal divine Principle ruling over all as eternal Spirit : infinite Mind

3. a being or object believed to have more than natural attributes and powers and to require human worship; specifically: one controlling a particular aspect or part of reality

4. a person or thing of supreme value

5. a powerful ruler

When humankind attempts to trace the origin of species; we first observe the qualities of the being. One such experiment would survey the method by which the being communicates. How then does God communicate? If the Bible begins with God preexistent to the creation of the solar system, then His domain was somewhere other than Earth. His communication was different than that of mankind, which was yet to exist.

How would you speak to an Alien that did not know your language? Are you more comfortable in your native tongue?

Expansion of thought is a technique that requires faith. What’s the worst that can happen if we find Him? According to Scripture, “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you:” (King James Bible, Matthew 7:7).


Learn more about the new picture of the universe at:



Alien. (n.d.). Online Etymology Dictionary. Retrieved August 01, 2011, from website:

Coping Skills for Kids Brain Works Project, (2010-2011) Amazing Brain Facts

Retrieved from: King James Version, Matthew 7:7

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Freeland, David. “Osborne, Joan.” Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of Popular Musicians Since 1990. 2004. Retrieved August 02, 2011 from

Johnson, Robert, “Kant’s Moral Philosophy”, The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Summer 2010 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.), URL = <;.

Olson, J. (2010). Strange Matter: The physics and poetics of the search for the God particle. American Scholar, 79(1), 64-71. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

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Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance, B. A. Robinson (Feb, 20, 2009) Teaching the origin of species in schools, Recent evolution/creationism conflicts in U.S. public schools


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Smithsonian.Com J. Katz (April 10, 2009) The Measure of Genius: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel at 500, Half a millennium later, the story of the painting of the Sistine Chapel is as fascinating as Michelangelo’s masterpiece itself
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One response to “Finding God: The Search

  1. Excellent post thank you for writing it. I believe God is an alien and so are we. If you consider that our own origins are possibly from the planet Mars, then aren’t we in fact Martians. The picture of the universe is amazing. You can still see the energy that created the “Big Bang” shining bright as it continues to expand out.

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