And if it could possibly exist, then at what level would it end?
In other words, if a higher form of conscious being than a human could exist, how could we determine what the ultimate height of that consciousness could be?
In our seemingly unparalleled arrogance, we as human beings, and especially the atheists seem to think that out of literally countless galaxies contained in the absolute gargantuan monstrosity that is this very universe we were born into, that not only are we the only beings that could possess this amazing thing called consciousness, but they also apparently feel that we are the absolute summum bonum of the very possibility of the concept itself.
Personally I disagree.
I think that the likelihood that the universe is inhabited by untold multitudes of conscious beings of a nature both higher and lower than ours is not only probable, but factual, and it is time that we get used to the idea.
On top of this, the very fact that there must be higher conscious beings than ourselves, opens the literal doorway to what could only end in God Himself, because isn’t that what every religion on earth has deemed Him to be – the highest possible form of consciousness?
There is a particular quirk about consciousness, being that apparently, the higher the consciousness, the more power over nature it seems to have.
Hasn’t anyone taken the time to notice this undeniable fact?
So if this is the case, which it most certainly is, then what would prevent the highest conscious being from creating, maintaining and even eventually destroying a universe if he so desired?
Is this not what we are currently witnessing form our small corner of the seemingly unlimited thing called this universe?
Your thoughts are greatly appreciated.