Posts Tagged ‘atheism’

The Last Days Of Materialism And Atheism

The materialism that characterizes our world works against the development of our human conscience. We are induced to care only about material pleasures, without paying attention to our spiritual evolution. Everyone must be able to understand God’s words in dreams in order to understand the meaning of life and the importance of their spiritual evolution.

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Atheism and Mental Illnesses – The Importance of Accepting God’s Existence

The acceptance of God’s existence is indispensable if we want to save the mental stability contained into our human conscience before our anti-conscience will manage to destroy our conscience through absurdity. We are absurd from birth, but God gives us a tiny human conscience to help us transform our satanic nature into human nature. Everyone can find sound mental health and even attain sanctity by following the divine guidance in dreams. My dynamic simplification of Carl Jung’s method of dream interpretation represents the end of human suffering.

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The Existence of God, Atheism, and Science

Carl Jung left many questions unanswered, stating that they should be answered by theologians due to their religious nature. I had to find these answers. I could do so because during my atheism I was at the same time looking for proof of God’s existence, without admitting so. Those who supposedly represent God on Earth are big hypocrites because they don’t sacrifice their lives in order to save the weak and the poor. Even when they help others in certain ways, they don’t abandon their privileges.

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The End of Atheism – Learn Why A Literature Writer Discovered Scientific Proof of God’s Existence

My dreams clearly revealed my mental illness. In many of them I would see people who had no blood in their bodies. They were like zombies. When I learned the dream language I understood that these dreams meant that I was totally insensitive. I already had the characteristics of a schizophrenic. A schizophrenic becomes a wild animal. A wild animal is totally indifferent to the pain it afflicts upon the victims. It was only in 1989, when I became 28 years old, that I could finally understand how serious my mental illness was. I couldn’t cry because I had no tears. I was totally disconnected with the external reality.

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