A Homo Sapien Sapien Declaration

 

 

 

 

 

A Homo Sapien Sapien Declaration

By

Michael Wayne Lewis

 

The Homo Sapien Sapien Species and Love Force Defined

The Homo sapien sapien species is a wise wise species or one that deliberately evolves its own wisdom system.  The individual Homo sapien sapien is totally loving, compassionate and nonviolent towards themselves and others.  This love and the ability to nonviolently sacrifice are based on the variety of religious experiences of humanity and all life forms.  This new species is the love force of nonviolent sacrifice on the karmic levels of the individual, family, community, state, national and planetary levels if needed.

We as Homo sapien sapiens affirm:

Principle number one:  The Homo sapien sapien regards the possible cosmogenesis forms of the universe, individuals and existence form as numerous.  This perspective on cosmic creation forms is developed in my essay which I will use here entitled “On the Supreme Being Number One.”

ON THE SUPREME BEING NUMBER ONE

By

Michael Wayne Lewis

On the Supreme Being as the creator of our universe and possibly others:

In this essay I would like to change perspectives on the manner in which the supreme beings  or cosmogenenis forms have been considered in the past, instead of trying to prove that the cosmos, individuals, and existence are manifest in a single manner.  It is more truthful and intellectually honest to consider a range of possible creation schemes beyond which we cannot go. These schemes being :

  1. A supernatural God or deity
  2. An existence that spontaneously occurs out of nothing, and will in the future spontaneously returns to nothing and back again. And possibly perpetuates itself
  3. An inherently perpetual or oscillating nature
  4. Cosmic replication by and through life forms and species of life that are members of the universe in question

I believe passionately that such an integrative attitude on cosmogenesis forms reduces or eliminates conflict between scientific, philosophical and theological dogmatists.

Ultimately, each cosmos of a multi-verse can have  either  the same form of supreme being or different form of supreme being.  This truth is more important than any scientific, philosophic, or theological authority or dogma.  We still understand each universe as having a range of possible creation schemes unless there is definitely enough mass in a given cosmos for it to be oscillating.  Such a reality has always existed, always exists, and will always exist.

Before considering the possible supreme being forms of a given universe, we must first develop a brief description of our universe which we know to exist.  Our cosmos is composed of laws and forces, matter and energy, dark matter and dark energy, spacetime, and mind/body entities.  Our cosmos began in a singularity/explosion known as the Big Bang.  It is now expanding and, according to Marcia Bartusiak, [1]based on the mass of the cosmos, will expand forever, halt expansion, remain flat, or become an oscillating universe.  The universe will perpetually manifest from a Big Bang, expand and collapse to a Big Crunch, and another Big Bang and so on forever [currently the universe is hyper-expanding or inflating but this could be explained if the universe ages like life forms].

Now we will consider the possible supreme being forms of our universe and possibly others.  The first possible supreme being form is that of a supernatural creator or one that is beyond the cosmos.  A supernatural creator is a traditional perspective of the religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam.  Such a creator would compose the universe like a poet composes a poem.  Just as non-causal relationships exist between the elements of the “poetic existence”, the elements of existence would relate to each other as the elements of a poem.  The words, themes, motifs, and others nuances are not causally related, but exist harmoniously, coincidentally, and simultaneously meaningful as the God-poet intended them to be.  The supernatural creative intelligence then creates the universe out of nothing and will possibly return it to nothing and back again or perpetuate it forever.   Ultimately, a God to universe relationship can take a variety of forms:

  1. God predetermines or pre-composes all of reality
  2. God creates the cosmos and intervenes on life producing planets to aid in survival of its life
  3. God creates reality and then lets it be
  4. God is the spontaneous flowing or unfolding of reality, God is reality
  5. God is immanent within everything and everyone

In order for there to be a need for a supernatural creator the universe must be ever-expanding  or flat.

The second possible supreme being form is a spontaneous existence—non-existence—where the universe spontaneously occurs out of nothing, exists, and will spontaneously return to nothing and repeat the cycle again.  This is the cosmogenesis form according to scientific dogma of a self-existing universe.  Although it breaks the law of nature that energy and matter may not be created or destroyed but only change forms.  Maybe it is that matter and energy can only be created or destroyed at the beginning and end of existence.  The relationship between existence elements is causal where each event and process causes another from original existence to non-existence.  In order for there to be a need for spontaneous existence and non-existence, the cosmos must be ever-expanding or flat .

The third possible supreme being form is an inherently perpetual nature or existence where the universe oscillates between a Big Bang and a Big Crunch in the form of expansion and collapse phases.  In such a scenario, the universe isn’t non-causal nor causal, but inherently perpetual.  In the instance of an oscillating universe there is no need for a supernatural God, nor spontaneous existence and non-existence because the universe  is perpetual and exists forever.

The fourth and final possible supreme being form is paradoxical.  Because of the need to survive, short and long term, life forms and species of life which exist at the “end state” of our universe must recreate or replicate that cosmos in order to survive [as well as our survival too].  In order for cosmic replication to be necessary, the universe would have to be ever-expanding or flat.  If the universe is   oscillating then life essentially goes for an existential joy ride of exploration of the universe in the form of discovery and invention and enjoyment of all life forms and life formations. Or religious experiences of all life forms.

Conclusion

In this essay I have explored four different possible cosmogenesis  forms or “supreme beings”  those forms being:  a supernatural God, spontaneously perpetual existence, non-existence, and oscillating or perpetual universe, and a cosmos that replicates itself by and through us and our descendants and life forms from other planets unto the “end state” of the cosmos.  Viewing the supreme beings all inclusively  involves intellectual honesty and   eliminates unnecessary  conflicts between dogmas. And is in fact a paradigm shift away from the limitations of prejudiced  dogmas.

Ultimately, the supreme being or cosmogenesis form may be the same or different for each cosmos.  And other supreme being forms may be discovered or invented in the future.

Principal number two:  Humanity is an essential part of the cosmos in that the seeds of life from our planet may in the far off future assist in the super natural selection or replication of our universe involving all life, all species of life, all life forms and all the life formations or religious experiences  of our universe.

We have as a species evolved from the Big Bang to the origin of life on our planet to our present day form.  Where we are continuing to evolve from a partially violent species to a totally nonviolent species. Named the Homo sapien sapien species.  This is achieved in part through the integration of scientific, philosophical and theological knowledge orientations and the religious experiences of humanity   combined with the elimination of the prophetic and mythical aspects of these knowledge forms and experiences and the elimination of the violent remnants involved in those experiences.

I will now deal with the Religious Experiences of humanity and all life forms in an essay I’ve written:

 ON THE SUPREME BEING NUMBER TWO

On the Supreme Being as the religious experiences of all life forms:

This essay discusses the Supreme Being as the ultimate religious experience(s) of all life forms in our universe and possibly others.

In this essay I will seek to change perspectives on the manner in which the forms of religious experience have been considered in the past in two ways:  1) instead of trying to understand reality in terms of one religious experience to the exclusion of all other such experiences, it is more truthful and intellectually honest to consider a range of perspectives beyond which we cannot go, and 2) instead of believing that only one religious experience is meaningful to the exclusion of all others, it is more accurate to find equal significance in all the religious experiences. Such an integrative perspective creates a loving and non-conflictual   relationship between formerly  hating and confliciting dogmatists and their isolationist dogmas.

The religious experiences I will consider here are:

  1. Mortality of life in this realm
  2. Transfinity  of life in this realm
  3. Transmigration
  4. Transfiguration
  5. Transcendence
  6. Omniscience

I will now treat these religious experiences separately:

The religious experience of mortality of life in this realm involves a limited existence in which before a universe, its life forms and existence form exists, it non-exists for an infinite amount of time, then exists for a finite amount of time, followed by an infinite amount of time of non-existence.  Such a reality is an existential accident.  Yet it is better (in most cases) to have a mortal existence then not to exist at all. It is highly unlikely that a mortal existence can occur given and infinite amount of time for whatever cosmogenesis form to work with and if therefore takes a greater leap of faith to believe in a mortal existence especially exclusively.

The goal of the religious experience of mortality is the achievement of nonviolence, happiness and serenity through the humanistic beliefs of unconditional self-acceptance and unconditional acceptance of others, as invented by Dr. Albert Ellis. Unconditional acceptance on the other levels of human interaction –(including) ones nation, other nations, one’s planet , other planets, ones cosmos, other cosmos’, and the sum total of reality itself are also part of these humanistic  beliefs.  All of these in the past, present and future (as developed by myself).

If our cosmos is mortal, then any life form regardless of species, age, gender, skin color, disability, ethnicity, sexual orientation, political orientation, and personal history, etc. will experience mortality.  In addition to this experience the other religious experiences apply.

The religious experience of transfinity of life in this realm involves an infinite existence where our universe, each individual and our existence form has occurred an infinite number of times in the past, will occur an infinite number of times the same way in the future and are occurring an infinite number of times in the present.  The universe has a Mobius band structure. [2]

The goal of the religious experience of transfinity of life in this realm is the achievement of nonviolence, happiness, and serenity through the realization that each of us is an immortal god being, each of us is a law and force of nature  and is as valuable as the universe itself, and should be respected as one respects the entire universe, existence, all selves and each self.

The religious experience of transmigration involves the mind/body interchange between all identities in all cosmos on all levels of consciousness.  This religious experience has two forms:

  1. “Anyoneness”
  2. “Everyoneness”

“ Anyoneness “ is where anyone is anyone and each of us is each of us.  Or, each of us directly experiences anyone or any identity in this universe and all others an infinite number of times, up to and including that each of us is any universe as an identity.  Any universe can be each of us an infinite number of times also.

The goal of the religious experience of “anyoneness” is the achievement of  nonviolence, happiness and serenity through sympathetic understanding of anyone by anyone, in the direct experience of each identity by each identity, infinitely.  Where I am you, you are me and each of us is each of us an infinite number of times.

“Everyoneness”    is where each of us merges with the Godhead or ground of being and experiences “everyone at once” for an infinite amount of time.  This includes each individual in every universe and each universe as an individual for an infinite amount of time.  Each individual identity transcends its ego and evaporates into the experience of “total oneness” or “everyone at once” for an infinite amount of time.

The goal of the religious experience of “everyoneness” is the achievement of nonviolence, happiness and serenity through the experience of “total oneness” and “total love bliss” which is a form of eternal happiness and contentment.

If reality is transmigrational, and involves both the religious experiences of “anyoneness” and “everyoneness” , than any individual regardless of their differences will experience transmigration.

The religious experience of transfiguration is where one’s entire life has eternal life before and after this life or life in this realm.  Traditionally I have thought of transfiguration in terms of an afterlife alone, but after finding the following two models regarding eternal life I have thought in terms of a before and afterlife.  From the Bible King James ed. The Book of John 3:13:  “And no man has ascended up to heaven, but he who came down from heaven, even the Son of man which is in heaven.”[3]

From Embraced by the Light by Betty J. Eadie we find “I was actually relieved to find that the earth is not our natural home that we did not originate here” (49).  and “I saw in the pre-mortal world we knew about and even chose our mission in life” (48).[4]

My model on the religious experience of transfiguration is that we originate in the eternal before/after life in a state of total love bliss shared with everyone we’ve touched lives in this realm for eternity .  This includes loved ones, friends, and  “enemies” (though we have no real enemies).  We each confer with God, or other cosmogenesis forms, and choose our life in this realm before entering it.  Each of us then wills to descend into this life at conception.   We then, based on the assumption that God or other forms of cosmogenesis want us to live a life of nonviolence, happiness and serenity, strive to do just that.  Then, at the end of life in this realm or at “second conception” each of us wills to ascend back to eternal (total) life forever, until our individual life in this realm rolls around again.

The goal of the religious experience of transfiguration is the achievement of nonviolence, happiness and serenity in the form of unconditional love and unconditional forgiveness towards oneself, everyone and reality.  We can achieve this because we all choose our lives before living them, and when we exist in our eternal before/after life we do so in total love bliss with everyone we’ve touched lives with in this realm.

If reality is transfigurational then any life form regardless of their differences will experience transfiguration.

The religious (un)experience  of transcendence  is in the form of a “koan” or an “ostensive intuitive definition”:  “’point a finger’ at a breath, a mantra, neither this nor that.”  When immediately (un)experienced withdraw the ‘finger’ and (un)achieve ‘direct knowledge’ of the breath, mantra, neither this nor that.

During the transcendence (un)experience or practice, one focuses one’s mind/body on an external stimuli such as breathing, forever now, internal stimuli such as a mantra, forever now, the present place/moment of non-stimuli or blank mind/bodyness where one does not sense nor think and one’s mind/body is imageless, forever now.

The goal of the (un)experience   or practice of the religious experience of transcendence is to ‘achieve’ nonviolence, ‘happiness’ and  serenity through the transcendence of the fluctuation between enjoyment and suffering, and to manifest a state of perpetual serenity, joyousness and love bliss, forever now.

If reality is transcendence then anyone regardless of their differences will (un)experience transcendence.

Omniscience is the experience of the integrated religious experiences of mortality (life in this realm), transfinity of life in this realm, transmigration, transfiguration and transcendence, where these perspectives are considered to be complimentary and interdependent forms of religious truth and meaning that exist within us and which we can practice in our daily lives. These are perspectives without which we could not derive meaning from all the beautiful human cultures on our planet.

Omniscience is also where each individual will experience everything there is to experience from their own unique perspective.

The goal of the practice of the religious experience of omniscience or the integrated religious experiences is to achieve nonviolence, happiness and serenity on all karmic levels: the individual, community, state, nation, international,  planetary and interplanetary. The goal is also for life in our cosmos and our cosmos itself to survive and thrive in both the short and long term.

If the religious experience of omniscience is real, then anyone regardless of their differences will achieve omniscience or manifest as an omniscient being.

Conclusion

In this essay I have explored six different forms of supreme being: mortality of life in this realm, transfinity of life in this realm, transmigration, transfiguration, transcendence, and the integration of these life formations of being in the experience of omniscience.  With this integrated religious  perspective we have a loving and compassionate paradigm shift from violence to nonviolence which will allow us to survive short and long term.

Ultimately, the supreme forms of being as the religious experiences of life forms in our universe can be the same for other cosmos or different for other cosmos , and other forms of supreme being may be discovered or invented in the future.

We will now continue with principle number two humanities place in the universe and our means of replicating the cosmos.

This speculation came to me in a dream.  We and our descendants may achieve the replication of the cosmos by weaving together the super massive black holes found in the heart of each galaxy forming a cosmic black hole or Big Crunch and feeding the universe into it and out through a cosmic white hole or another  Big Bang.  Bringing the question like” which came first the chicken or the egg?” “Which came first the cosmic black hole or the cosmic Big Bang?”

Principle number three:  The Homo sapien sapien species believes in the integration of the mind and body on the micro level, life level and macro level of our existence.

On the micro level of existence mind and body are integrated through the participatory role of the observer with that which is observed in quantum interaction.

On our level of existence mind and body are integrated through the interaction of the electro-chemical and bio-physiological aspects of the brain and nervous system.  With the cognitions, emotions, dreams, fantasies, speech, behaviors, belief systems and worldviews of psyches, cultures, societies,  histories and future stories or the personalities of individuals human beings.

On the macro level of existence the mind and body are integrated trough the replication of the cosmos by the members of that cosmos and the manifestation of the religious experiences of humanity and all life forms.

Principle number four:  The Homo sapien sapien proposes the theory that world personal and cultural development from the Homo sapien species to the Homo sapien sapien species involves turning psyches and cultures inside out and backwards where the psyche gnosis forms of science, philosophy and theology and that of the religious experiences   of humanity diffused separately (yet intermingled) competing to expand their influence to world- wide domination.  To the Homo sapien sapien “Pangnosis” (the religion of the Homo Sapien Sapien species) involving the integration of science, philosophy and theology and the religious experiences of humanity through the concept of infinite time and the complimentary and interdependent forms of knowledge which is expanding and diffusing world-wide.

The Homo sapien gnosis forms involve the fragmented teachers, teaching s and texts.   Examples of these fragmented knowledge orientations are the religions of: Taoism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Humantheism.

Examples  of the fragmented religious experiences of humanity are:  mortality of life in this realm, eternal return of life in this realm [transfinity] , reincarnation [transmigration], salvation [transfiguration] and meditation [transcendence], and their integration in omniscience.

The Homo sapien sapien gnosis form involves the texts and teachings of humanity being brought together, side-by-side in schools, libraries, book stores, on the internet and in each of us as individuals in the form of omniscience or as a single form of religious knowledge.” Pangnosis”.

Because of the nonviolence of the cognitions, emotions, dreams, fantasies, speech, behaviors, belief system and worldview of the Homo sapien sapien species that species is fit for survival short and long term and will expand and diffuse into a world- wide   psyche, culture of nonviolent civilian soldiers and a nonviolent civilization.

This fitness for survival involves the cultivation of the nonviolent attitudes of spontaneous unconditional acceptance, love and forgiveness of all peoples and their nations and planet regardless of the differences on each of these levels. In order to survive and have meaningful lives in the short and long term unto the manifestation of the combined religious experiences of all life forms and the replication of the cosmos if needed.

Principle number five:  The Homo sapien sapien asserts that the universe we individuals and existence are inherently understandable by the integrated knowledge orientations of science, philosophy and theology and of the combined religious experiences minus the mythical and prophetic remnants of those orientations, and the remnants of violence in them.  And that we as individuals are more fully human when practicing the combined knowledge forms and religious experiences.

Principle number six:  As Homo sapien sapiens we are convinced that the time has passed for the alleged schism between science, philosophy and theology as forms of knowledge and the religious experiences.  And that to be fully human requires the use of the perspective of  a unified knowledge orientation as a tool and technology for the engineering of our nonviolent cognitions, emotions, dreams,  fantasies, speech, behaviors, belief system and world view.  And psyches, cultures, societies, histories and future-stories:  personalities.

Principle number seven:  the Homo sapien sapien religious personality consists of:

  1. Loving, compassionate and nonviolent cognitions, emotions, dreams, fantasies, speech, behaviors, belief systems and worldviews.
  2. Nonviolent psyches, cultures, societies, histories, future-stories in the past, present and future.
  3. Science, philosophy, theology as knowledge orientations in the past present and future.
  4. The religious experiences of humanity including life in this realm, transfinity of life in this realm, transmigration, transfiguration, transcendence and omniscience.
  5. Moral contemplation and action.
  6. Individual and group prayer, meditation, contemplation, exercise and healthy eating habits.
  7. Meaningful personal experiences.
  8. Unconditional acceptance (Albert Ellis), love and forgiveness on all karmic levels past, present and future.
  9. All these elements regardless of species, age, gender, skin color, disability, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, political orientation, personal history, etc.
  10. Creative intelligent expression of each individual.
  11. Cosmic replication and the manifestation of the religious experiences.
  12. Nonviolent sacrifice on all karmic levels.

Principle number eight:  The complete actualization of the human personality is based upon their activity of life as the manifestation of the religious reason and passion in the past, present and future.

Principle number nine:  The Homo sapien sapien affirms that ancient and contemporary religious emotions and practices of prayer, meditation, contemplation, exercise and proper nutrition would best be generalized and diffused through all psyches and cultures on earth because these practices promote individual and social group health, wellbeing and meaningfulness.

Principle number ten: a reiteration of Principle one.     In order to be intellectually honest and in order to reduce conflict between individuals it is best that we view the cosmogenesis forms of the universe   as a spectrum beyond which we cannot go rather than one absolute form to the exclusion of all others.

A supernatural creator.

Spontaneous existence and nonexistence.

An oscillating universe.

A universe that replicates itself. Or is replicated by life forms and species which are members of the universe involved.

Principle number eleven:  Mankind, in evolving into the Homo sapien sapien species will learn to cope with the adversities of life in terms of an integrated science, philosophy and theology and the religious experiences of humanity.   And thru the education of these coping mechanisms for individuals from birth to transformation will engineer nonviolent citizens and their global civilization.

The Homo sapien sapien wisdom system or the species itself will actualize our physical, mental, emotional, soul, Om: spiritual potential with a supreme optimism regarding the past, present and future of all life forms via the integration of the forms of knowledge and religious experiences of life in this realm and beyond.

Principle number twelve:   The Homo sapien sapien religion of “Pangnosis” involves the integrated perspectives mentioned before strives to actualize the creativity and intelligence of each individual and the species in general.  And for the survival and meaningfulness of life on our planet and our species short and long term.

Principle number thirteen:  Business’s, corporations and other institutions should have no legal right to exist.  In order to exist they must have a benefit or welfare for the community in which they exist including benefiting individuals, families, communities, states, nations and planets on which they exist.  As well as all life forms, species of life in local to global ecosystems.  If they are injurious to an individual etc. or an ecosystem etc.  they must discontinue operation immediately and right their wrong whoever they have committed  against including ecosystems.

The Homo Sapien Sapien species and its institutions must perpetually evolve nonviolently on the personality  levels  of the psyche, culture, society, history and future-story both locally and globally to ensure our survival short and long term.

Principle number fourteen:  The Homo sapien sapien believes that an economy ruled by a monetary profit motivated society based on Capitalism and Free Enterprise needs to be replaced by an economy where the welfare of all peoples, nations, life forms and ecosystems is considered wealth and Disciplined Enterprise.  Where the ethical economy is dictated by nonviolent wisdom.  In the present state society should be converted from an economical ethics to an ethical economy.

Instead of an unequal distribution of wealth and benefit we would all be better off with equal distribution of wealth and benefit between peoples and nations where everyone’s welfare is considered as wealth and benefit.

Instead of the three economic classes, here in the United States, where few are wealthy, many more are poverty stricken and all ride on the backs of the middle class.  We can strive for one economic ethical class one species.  This species and class is based on the Homo sapien sapien principles of unconditional acceptance, love, compassion and forgiveness and nonviolence towards all peoples, nations and planets.

Principle number fifteen:  We assert and predict that the Homo sapien sapien species will bring about:

  1. Short and long term survival of life from our planet unto the replication of the cosmos.
  2. Use” Pangnosis” and the Homo sapien sapien wisdom system as a tool and technology to enhance the meaning of all people’s lives.
  3. Establish governmental, economic and ethical equanimity between all people, nations and planets.
  4. Actualize the potential of all people, nations and planets.

These things guided by the principles of unconditional acceptance, love, forgiveness and nonviolence on all levels of human interaction.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[1] Bartusiak, Marcia. Thursdays Universe. Redmond Washington:  Tempus Books, 1980

[2] A Mobius band is a geometrical figure that represents infinite occurrence.

[3] Holy Bible King James Version. U.S.A.: Elm Hill Press, 1984.

[4] Eadie, Betty J. Embrace by the Light.  New York:  Bantum Books, 1994

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