Chapter 19

Idea of the Original Being's Heart

I will start with the human heart first. Of course, this is not a biological organ functioning in our body. It's about the center of our personality, which is the source of good feelings and the depth of our being. The heart is the place where the most important life decisions are born and from which only the good should go. It determines our personality and humanity.

Since the Original Being is a Person, it all indicates that He also has the deepest and most important nucleus of His Personality. Of course, we only guess about its existence due to the effects of introducing His Intellect, Will and Emotionality to the created universe.

Something much more decides about the necessity of the existence of the Heart of the Creator.

The decision to combine the Primary Energy of the First Cause with the Laws shaped in the Personality of the Original Being must have come from somewhere. It was the decision to create the universe. But it was not an end in itself. The real goal was to expand the Personality of God through the experience of maximum love. The Creator could experience this love only with equal beings who could love and be loved by them. In addition, the more such beings would be, the greater the scale of lived love by the Original Being. Therefore, the universe, according to essenceizmu, should be still a place of birth of new people and constantly expand. This wealth of love in the universe also has its second positive side. Namely, every man is different, unique, so the experience of love with every human being is different. Thus, the phenomenon of the appearance of the universe can be explained as the need for the Creator to experience various impressions from endless love.

The above conclusion is connected with the assertion of essenceism that the universe was created for people. Taking into account the current knowledge about it, it can be assumed that no one else but people could "use" this fact. For those who have a more complex imagination, it can be added that it is not just about the inhabitants of planet Earth, but about all people, perhaps living in other planets in space. I recall in this place that essenceism does not exclude the possibility of other civilizations in the universe. In particular, this system notes that potential inhabitants of other planets should be the same as us. This conclusion follows from the very definition of the Original Being. Because He is perfect, He "shaped" the partners of love in the form of perfect, equal and fully prepared to love human beings. It was with such human beings born from His Personality that He wanted to live forever in the sphere beyond time and space, to endure the highest love indefinitely.

All this contributes to the assertion of essenceism that the sense of existence of people and the universe "floated" out from the Heart of God. Thus, it is the decision-making center of the Being. His Heart, in conjunction with Intellect and Will, and above all with Emotionality, initiates everything in the universe.

The existing universe is therefore indispensable for the creation of new beings that reflect the qualities of the Original Being. Before every human being, therefore, stands the fundamental task of growing on Earth to the level of perfection, which is determined by the structure of man perfectly prepared by the Creator. Everything that we have, helps us to become, in one earthly life, the real children of Heavenly Father. Therefore, we have an eternal bond of heart with Him.

At present times and in the present state of humanity, the heritage of the attributes of the Heart of God is the only form of His presence in our imperfect world. For the more inquisitive it is worth adding that God's Heart never leaves a human being. God, giving us a part of Himself as the seed of the spiritual person and a particle of His Heart, in a certain sense becomes present in us forever. Many people feel this. The particle of God's Heart is in us and nothing can remove it from us.



Chapter 20

Idea of God's Laws

First of all, these are the laws governing the physical world, that is, the laws of physics, chemistry, biology, the comprehensive concept of the laws of nature, that is, of all things.

Secondly, these are laws defining the order of all things, that is, relations of supremacy and subordination on the line Father (Creator) - child (man) - servant (angel) and all other dependences inherited from the Creator (God) - recipient (human). From this law comes the principle of equality of people towards God, taking into account the unique qualities of each being in all activities on the path to achieving perfection by man.

Thirdly, they are also laws of harmony and beauty existing in nature.

Fourthly, it is the law of love that leads to everything that exists, to the unity of the complementary beings that originate from the Original Being.

God's laws were what man was to learn at the beginning of his education in the physical world. They include, inter alia, the concept of Divine Providence. Unfortunately, this process was interrupted in the Garden of Eden. However, we still have a desire to learn these rights and a partial understanding of God's Will. Essenceism claims that humanity is still at a low level of knowledge about these laws. This system tries to deduce their content from various sources, which is reflected in particular parts of this study.

Chapter 21

Idea of the eternal existence of good

I recall what I explained in the first part of the study of essenceism. The Creator shaped man to "His image and likeness" so that man would be His perfect child who knew only goodness, that is, His Reality. As for the strength of love, which is one of the causative forces of the Original Being, its proper direction is precisely good.

Essenceism leads to the conclusion that good is a form and state "flowing out" from His Knowledge, Will and Love. It is eternal like Him. We can also call it the Word of God. At this point, essenceism offers a string of thought typical of this system. When the Word becomes flesh through a small "w", it means that the Creator performs the act of creation, summarizing his result by declaring that: "God saw that it was good" (Genesis 1:24). When he becomes flesh by the big "W", it means the existence of His children. It should therefore be embodied in the form of the perfect Son of God (Adam) and the perfect daughter of God (Eve). However, this did not happen, as evidenced by the later history of mankind. This has been described in detail at the website God is unchangeable and perfect, so at the proper moment His Word must have become flesh again. This means that two thousand years ago in a similar way as at the beginning of humanity, the Son of God appeared, Jesus Christ, in whose person God's Will has become reality. In his case, that was the perfect act of the Fatherhood of God, that is, for the first time "the Word became flesh" (John 1:14).


Chapter 22

Idea of the personal evil

If good has its own "personal" source in the Personality of the Original Being, then evil as its opposite must have its source in a particular personality. Let me remind you that personality means combined functions of intelligence, will and affection, focused in the center of a given being.

If the Personality of the original Being has shaped the good through His laws, then it should be eternal and be the basis of all existence. On the basis of biblical records, it can be assumed that the state of good during its introduction was damaged by another personality possessing sufficient causative power. The events in the Garden of Eden showed this. The personality of the Archangel combined with the personalities of people has created a new state of being that is the opposite of good. That's how evil came about.

If evil was impersonal, meaning a phenomenon that has always existed in the universe, it would be part of the set of natural laws shaping our civilization. It would be impossible to remove, just as gravity, energy or laws of nature cannot be removed. This would be a black scenario for humanity, which would dictate the invariability of our situation and the inability to establish the good in our world.

The problem of the personal source of evil is best determined by religions such as Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They see the source of evil in Satan.

Who is Satan?

We meet this name in the numerous verses of the Bible. For the first time he appears as a being in the form of a snake who talks in Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve, which resulted in the fall of the first people. According to the Bible, it was the greatest tragedy in the process of human development. It was then that God lost his original relationship with people in the world created by Himself, known as the Garden of Eden or Paradise.

Satan must have been an angel because at that time, apart from angels and two people, there were no other beings in Garden of Eden who could lead such serious talks about good and evil. This angel could not be found in this Garden by chance, because at that time everything was still under God's control. So he was there in accordance with the order of the Creator.

I would like to remind you that angels have the task of helping man to achieve perfection ("in the image and likeness of God") and always accompany him as servants. So, same it was in the world of God. Evidently this angel, or rather an archangel, was chosen from among others to look after Adam and Eve. In accordance with his mission he should be the wisest of all. It was the Archangel Lucifer. His name is now identified with Satan, but before the fall in paradise it was a "decent" archangel, certainly very clever. Among other things, he accompanied the Creator in the creation of the universe. The first people appeared much later, and therefore he had a lot of knowledge to convey to them. Lucifer, as a teacher and educator, had to introduce them into a new reality, because that was probably the Will of God. For the Creator, as an Absolutely Perfect Being, could not participate directly in raising His imperfect children.

Unfortunately, there was a situation before which God warned Adam and Eve. The fall of not only the first people, but above all the Archangel Lucifer, who from that moment became Satan.

I will point out that the Bible describes these events vaguely and in a symbolic way. In my opinion, the cause of all this story was the desire for love, which was to develop only between Adam and Eve. Meanwhile, a third participant also appeared in this process. The Archangel, fascinated and enthralled by the feeling born in the first people, a feeling he had never met at such a level, ignored the commandment of "not eating the forbidden fruit", obstructing the path to the highest degree of love intended only for God's children. The power of love is the greatest of all strength. It leads to a takeover, i.e. as if to appropriate another person, what can be called. Unfortunately, misdirected can destroy life instead of creating it. The Archangel apparently did not control its wrong direction and did not subdue the growing strength of love, despite a clear warning, or actually a ban on God's part. This desire was so strong that it overwhelmed the Archangel. It aroused in him the will to experience the same feeling that Adam and Eve would experience. It was, however, a level of love for the children of God, whereas Lucifer had the right to this feeling only at the level of the servant of God.

The love inherited from God by Adam and Eve must inevitably lead them to unite in the act of sex, both at the level of spiritual and physical persons. Meanwhile, the Archangel, driven by the desire for love, entered the level of God's children and found himself in the position of Adam. This led to a situation in which he spiritually took control of Eve prematurely. It had a character similar to a sexual act, although it was a spiritual act that could not lead to the conception of a new life. This fact for some time made Lucifer like Eve's wife and was the first phase of the fall. At this wrong level, Lucifer became an evil being because he turned Eve's direction of love toward himself instead of towards Adam. This can be explained in a different way. At that time Adam, the son of God, was still an imperfect man. Therefore, taking over his position made Lucifer as imperfect. In this state, the Archangel, like Adam, wanted love, which eventually led him to unite with Eve, or to make her "eat" the forbidden "fruit". You can call it not only a fall, but also a rebellion against God Himself. When Eve had understood her error too late, she turned to her future legitimate spouse and merged with him with a sexual act, but this time fully physical. Unfortunately, instead of washing away her previous sin, she immigrated immature Adam to participate in the act begun by Lucifer, which was the second phase of the fall. At that time, the fallen Archangel Lucifer became like the father of the first people and took God's position before them. From this moment, we are talking about the existence of Satan. No wonder Jesus Christ could say to his opponents: "the generation of vipers" or "you belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desires". (J 8.44).

Let us now take into account a more "technical" point of view regarding the events that have occurred. The fact that Lucifer was able to take a physical form in the Garden of Eden, to look after Adam and Eve by God's command, seems to be a surprising fact. This is not strange, however, since we know from the Bible that angels have repeatedly performed various activities in the physical world that could not be performed without physical energy.

What else do we know?

We know that none of the angels subject to Lucifer, nor himself after the fall, have ever become infinite. This means that he could never use a special Energy that would allow direct action in the physical world. From this it follows that this huge amount of energy (E = mc˛), needed for the spiritualization of the spiritual being, can only come from God, because this is the absolute domain of the Creator. Without His consent, it cannot be used. As a good Archangel, Lucifer was full of affection in dealing with Adam and Eve. However, as Satan, he lost the opportunity to use the Energy of God after the fall, and with it lost her accompanying angels who witnessed the events in the Garden of Eden.

At the moment when the fall came and Lucifer became Satan, the interaction between him and God ceased, for the Archangel ceased to act in accordance with the Will of the Creator. Immediately, his ability to directly intervene in the physical world ended. Nevertheless, he became the master of our earthly life by controlling our spiritual persons for whom he became an illegal father. His reign is therefore the domination of spiritual persons as the influence of personal evil. We wear it in the form of a fallen nature. All intentions, thoughts and modes of action that arose during the fall from the good state of Archangel Lucifer to the condition of an evil being called Satan, have moved to people. They became his heirs in the new evil kingdom called hell. The fallen nature embodied in the personality of Satan was inherited by all the spiritual persons of people who came into the world in a fallen world. This situation is derived from the acceptance of the lie of the "serpent" from the Garden of Eden, in which he claims that people will not die, and that the Creator knows both good and evil. Unfortunately, after doing what Satan had promised them, people died spiritually for God and learned the evil that God does not know. This lie became the beginning of hell on Earth and separated us from God. This effect of lying continues to this day.




Essenceism -


"Essenceism 1 - God is not from this world" (scientific understanding of God)

"Essenceism 2 - We are from this world" (understanding of man towards God)

"Essenceism 3 - Evil is from this world" (understaning of evil)

"Essenceism 4 – Vision not from this world" (understanding of salvation)

"Essenceism 5 – Eternity is not from this world"(understanding of eternity)

Autor Essenceizm

analytical system of understanding the existence of God, the spiritual world and man's eternity

Author - Janusz Mazur