No god(s) but GOD



God is the blind1 automatic function of ordering.2 All3 identifiable realities4 emerge as differential applications thus variations of that basic function.5



Hence each identifiable reality, and all of them together, are identical with6 the basic function of ordering called GOD.7



No God exists8 apart from (identifiable reality as) GOD.9,10












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1.     Hence indiscriminate, hence same for all, hence absolutely just. GOD takes (i.e. ‘is’) all (of n) sides thereby cancelling himself out and taking none. All sides (hence GOD) being dynamic, compete, i.e. scavenge alternative sides, for self-sustaining energy. The competition for energy is mortal (i.e. trial by mortal combat).

2.     GOD = Order. Ordering/GOD happens as dynamic (i.e. thermos-dynamic) response to random momentum = turbulence. Order is defined as (repeating) sequential constraint, hence rule or regulation. It is contact between the bits of a sequence that emerges the sequence’s realness and the output of the whole, albeit limited sequence (sort of like a line of code) emerges as its attribute or identity. The number of limited sequences seem unlimited.

3.     For ‘all’ infer: an unlimited number (Sanskrit: ananta).

4.     For reality (or realness) read the Sanskrit word sat. For identity (or con’sciousness as bits (of knowledge) sequence) read cit. The ancient Vedantins defined the (impersonal) Brahman (or growth function) as sat-cit-ananta, meaning: unlimited, realness, consciousness (as identity) whereby the notion of unlimited was later corrupted and popularised as ananda, meaning bliss.

5.     The blind automatic function of ordering is the sine qua non, i.e. the essential condition or ‘ground’ (or Basic Operating System) of all identifiable reality variations.

6.     hence not different from; not 2 or more.

7.     or Brahman. This was the understanding first proposed 2500 years ago some Upanishads as, for instance, the identity between Atman and Brahman. Other Upanishads proposed the fundamental identity of the nirguna and the saguna Brahman.

8.     i.e. as identifiable reality as order

9.     In much the same way that no motor car exists apart from the basic function (called substance by Spinoza) of personal transportation. Idem, the approx. 150 varieties of pasta, like spaghetti, tortellini and so on, and their zillions of individual exemplars do not exist apart from pasta. In short, the infant (as henotheist) sees superficial difference (i.e. eats spaghetti) where the adult (as pantheist) experiences underlying sameness (i.e. eats pasta), Hence the ancient Vaishnava Hindu sage stated: ‘He sees all with an equal eye.’ And the Muslim view: la ilaha illa'llah.

10.   And which understanding inspired the infamous because defiant quip uttered by some rare individuals all over the world and down the ages just before they were tortured, lynched, stoned, beaten to death, drowned, beheaded and so on, namely: “I am GOD!”, meaning every ‘I’ because each and every ‘I’ orders because ordered.