It seems a simple thing to define that there are two possible positions: believe or not in it and according to them, incorporate it into our lives or ignore it.
However, it is much more complex than that, because defining our relationship with God or his absence, can radically change the way we live or immerse ourselves in the confusion typical of those who are not consistent between their thoughts and their way of acting.
In addition to the above, the variants can be infinite as infinite ways of life.
Not believing in God frees us from a great deal of prejudice and complications regarding existence, but it does not necessarily make us bad people, as the so-called “believers” believe. An atheist can be perfectly moral and attentive to a discipline of his own.
As for believers, they should – something they don’t do – clearly define, for themselves, what their belief is.
To think that the worship of a single god solves the real spiritual problems of humanity is somewhat elementary, because, initially, everything seems to indicate that there was not, nor will be, a single god.
In the same Bible there is talk of elohim (plural) and it is assumed that Yahve can be one of them. The elohim are, by definition, creatures of another temporal space dimension, capable of “creating” races from genetic manipulation and then ruling them or leaving them to their free will.
This arises from the discoveries of Zacharias Sitchin, the texts of Parks, the translations of Mauro Biglino and before them, from the writings of Helena P. Blavatsky.
From that point of view, the worship of God is something relative, since it does not appear as a friend of humanity, but as its ruler and one should speculate on the original intentions or on a possible cosmic mission, to correctly assess their motivations.
Another point of view is that of the Gnostics who consider matter as bad and therefore the creation is cursed and the product of an ominous god, in this case the relationship with God is hateful and resembles the concept of National Socialism.
The creation and its creator can be considered good, but establish that this is someone different and well above the annunaki group and the characters associated with them, such as Jehovah, Ialdabaoth, etc.
But the fundamental issue is the fact of the previous existence of the spirit and the human archetype
Adam Kadmon, who appears before the Creator (and this as a result of Adam Kadmon’s mind)
This is rarely evaluated and it is for this reason that I wrote the Chronic essays of the Incredible Warrior and Þekkingu, The Revelation, where a special description is made of the concept of the uncreated spirit.
That the spirit is uncreated is an axiom that necessarily emerges from its quality of eternal and infinite and this is something that, however, we seem to ignore, accepting its submission even if it is a logical impossibility.
Finally, I hope that my article serves to promote reflection about our essence of life and its necessary, or not, relationship with God.