We recognize the existence of the totality of knowledge (which is the natural condition of the totality of the infinite and eternal of all that is) and the ability of a partial representation (as a being i.e: Human) to receiving answers (through insights, impressions, revelations and/or visions) in correspondence to the desire within one's choice to think in correlation to the dimension they inquire. The answer is given according to the direction in which the answer is from. The answers received are determined by the willingness of the mind questioning and the level of the dimension in which they perceived to ask. Each dimension offers a verity of perspectives all at different degrees (frequencies) of it’s capacity of experience. The insistence of one dimension’s perception of reality is based on different laws and attributes then the others. That which is in possession of all the knowledge of all the dimensions is that of the consciousness realm, which recalls it’s own experience firsthand in and through-out all of them from every angle of perception. The experience of an individual person-hood with a seeming independent will of the universe is a necessary perception of this Omniscience to then know for itself by experience, what it is as knowledge. For example, in other dimensions the choices being made by a seemingly independent will, is predictable, already done and can not be changed, while to it and others the hundreds of steps and changes leading to them, seem to have not happened and yet to determine the condition of it’s universe. While the individual comes from one self, the Omniscience is within them, living as them, learning what it is like to be them, in all that they will overcome, to learn of it’s own presence and existence (while also never knowing it yet “nothing”, and knowing it all as if it is done in every variation possible, “everything”).
In Short, this Statute indicates that:
1. Every consciousness is a percentage and degree of the same one consciousness which in its whole is omniscient.
2. Without the knowledge of our individual life’s perspective, total knowledge would be incomplete.
3. To know all existence the experiencer requires various percentages of it’s full self to then experience various percentages of it self (dimensions / “illusions”).
4. That it is possible for any degree or percentage of knowledge, to inquire and receive knowledge from any other percentage of knowledge.
5. That the experience manifest from any percentage of knowledge is a dimension or illusion of the reality of it’s whole.
6. Omniscience lives within all things to therefore know all things.
7. The whole totally of all Knowledge is what “God” is.
Some thing that which is omniscient understands all variations of perceptions beyond their understandings. Recognizing to comprehend omniscience is to be omniscient. This does not imply that some thing which knows all only knows a particular variation of all. Some thing that knows all must experience it for itself. Even in your life you can study how to drive a car and know all the details and nuance of driving a car, but to actually do it, is to actually know it. To know “all“ there is nothing left out of it, therefore if there is anything that it does not know, then it does not know “all“. Because of these two factors what is omniscient, knows every detail about every variation in degrees of all that is “good“ and “bad“, and it lives it and chooses it itself, as all the beings experiencing it. Therefore it is in no way against anything. For to be against it, is to be against itself.
If whatever is “Omniscient” does not know someone’s motives firsthand for itself, it then is not “omniscient”. To insist that “God“ is omniscient and it disagrees with anyone’s choosing, or ideas of “evil“ is to suggest that “God“ is not omniscient. Insisting that “God“ is another person, who barely understands anyone’s perspective but it’s own. Which is obviously coming from a perspective which in itself is not coming from “omniscience“ yet as discussed missions must be living within that perspective as it must be living in every perspective, Yet for its self to know what it is like to live as that perspective it must not be aware at the time of its omniscience, for if it was always aware of this life wholeheartedly as the perspective that does not know all existence. Therefore in order to know its self as “omniscient“ it must also exist in each particular relationship experience not knowing itself.
It is this which develops a dimensional experience, in an alternate dimension it is whole and complete omniscient, however in every variation of alternate dimensions from it it is not full and complete. Which seems paradoxical especially when you recognize that in order for it to be whole and complete it must have the experiences of being incomplete to complete itself. Even as a brick house requires that every little brick build itself, but it would not be a whole brick house if it saw that the little bricks were not worthy of its completeness. Then it would not be a brick house, and it would not be complete.