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Deities cannot exist because of their consciousness

Dio dadaismo at tin.it
Thu Nov 27 06:31:14 EST 2003


SOFF IKOS ha scritto nel messaggio <3FC46270.5A07544C at TELUS.NET>...
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>
>Dio wrote:
>
>> A deity is a deity if it has got a kind of consciousness.
>> The difference betweel a natural phenomenon and a deity is that a deity
must
>> be aware of itself.
>
>Am I then a deity, since I have a kind of consciousness and am aware of
myself,
>and does one in a state of coma become merely a natural phenomena?


When people think about God they pray him, they think him as having
consciousness.








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>> 1. A deity must be aware of tiself, a deity must be conscious.
>
>I must be : ) as I, a simple human being, fulfill the preceding criteria
>however what's not to say that a deity is just awareness and / or just
>consciousness?
>
>> Consciousness is a material thing, is produced by CNS or brain if you
like.
>
> How can consciousness be a material thing as it has no physicality in and
of
>itself.
>No physical = no material
>Only that which produces a state of conscious is the only material part,
i.e.:
>the brain , etc.
>And when the vessel which produces consciousness expires, does
consciousness
>expire
>with it or does it become some other form or part of some other thing? It
is
>only a form of energy after all.


Try to study neuroscience and you'll see that consciousness is produced by
brain. If you take away pieces of brain you are taking away "pieces" of
consciousness.


Regards











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