The Book of Genesis, 1, 2, Right Interpretation

The firs Book of Moises Called Genesis States that 1. In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth; 2. And the earth was without form and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the water.

Following, i will interpret the first book of Moses, GENESIS, 1, 2, according to the enlightened masters and the employment of reasoning and discrimination or Philosophy, to get to the principle of UNITY.

In the beginning all this was GOD, one only, there was nothing else blinking whatsoever. ONE GOD.

The World is produced in this case by Consciousness (GOD). There is a cause - effect relationship between God and the World, been God the cause of the World and The World the effect of the God. 

God has to be the cause, because in the beginning was ONLY ONE, the cause cannot be the union of the many, because they are not self dependent so, time, nature, necessity,chance or element cannot be the primary cause of the World.

Some learned men, wrongly, speak of nature and time as cause of everything.

It is God, It is at command of him who always cover this world, the knower, the time of the time, who assumes all qualities and all knowledge, it is at his command that work (self emanation) unfolds as earth, water, fire, air, ad space. (And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the water - GENESIS 2). The Spirit of God is God himself. So, the World, the Earth are the Spirit of God.

What's the reason, so, to try to find God in the World (effect), (power of the Spirit) and not in the Cause (union),( Knowledge)?

For many religious congregation they still believe that there is one reality called God and another called world. This is very erroneous way to see this. Been God the material subtract, the cause of the world philosophically, reasoning, intellectually, God is the only one reality that does exist being the World Its effect. The World has a derivative or relative existence. We cannot find God in the World the less that we can taste is its effect. (is gone be Little).


Anselmo Boaventura

Spiritual Seeker. 


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