Chapter 22

Objective assessment of history

Looking at various historical events, one can get the impression that evil is stronger than good. An example is the fact that at the beginning of human history, false and evil overcame truth and good. Were people who supposedly descended from God powerless against evil? Why couldn't God help it? It is worth asking more questions. Is this still happening? Will it always be like this? Will evil keep getting ahead of good? These are difficult questions that accurately describe our reality.

According to the subconscious concept of the Creator, good was to last for centuries among people as a function of the operation of His laws and principles. It seems logical that people don't want evil. They would like to be good and happy. Unfortunately, as it turned out in practice, they are to some extent immune to evil. This is evidenced by the fact that the evil lies of the "Serpent", contrary to the words of God, were heard by them. The warning of the Giver of Truth and Good about the threat to life "after eating bad fruit" did not help.

I remind you that God created only good with a view to the creation of the Kingdom of Heaven. He shaped man in "His image and likeness" so that he would be His perfect child who knows only good, that is, God's laws and their operation in the universe.

The dream of a perfect world and the undying will to live in happiness, goodness and love have always accompanied us. Meanwhile, in practice, it is different. These dreams are constantly being destroyed by the events that surround us. We destroy our happiness and good, first of all, directly through individual weaknesses, stupidity, conflicts between individuals and entire nations. There are then various injustices, wrongs and even wars, which are sometimes the aftermath of hatred and a revenge for the evil done. Such a world is what Satan's opponent of the Creator wants. It's his hell. He still destroys and destroys our dreams.

We can also indirectly devastate happiness and good by trying to rectify the existing situation. For there are various "fixers", restorers, reformers who promise change for the better. They often find many willing and loyal followers. Unfortunately, conflicts arise very quickly, acting against people, by force, under duress. There are protests, persecutions and even wars. The end result is the same as destroying the good directly.

For thousands of years, conflicts, wars and blood have been spilled. We are attacked by various enemies who want to subjugate us and sometimes even kill us. What to do? Defend yourself or wait passively for death? Fight evil or give up resistance? To arm yourself or try to negotiate with your opponent? Or is it still fighting to completely destroy the enemy? Is every price for eliminating evil worth it?

Evil entered people's lives at the very beginning of our civilization and is deeply rooted in it. It means, first of all, the spiritual presence of Satan in our fallen world. The force of power inherited from him wreaks havoc on good. Evil is also the persistence in our personality of the fallen nature inherited from it. As a result of its existence, evil wins with good without hindrance, and lies are more easily accepted than truth. Equally often, love loses to hate, forgiveness and revenge. In most cases, people feel powerless when faced with evil, because they feel that there is nothing more can be done in the face of its power. I ask a second time: Will we always be powerless and immune to evil?

Since evil with its mechanisms has entered our civilization, for the good of mankind it is necessary to constantly remind the principles of its operation. This is the first step in order not to give in to him and consider him normal. The effects of underestimating the power of Satan's evil have struck all mankind over the centuries, including those who did not believe in him. As the history of mankind proves, we often do not notice the evil appearing in our lives, and sometimes we would even like to forget about its existence. In most cases, we initially disregard its appearance, and when we understand it, it is usually too late to stop its development. Then it causes enormous damage, which is sometimes difficult to repair. This happens in our personal lives, and even at the level of entire nations. This was the case, for example, with totalitarian regimes such as Hitler's, Stalin's, the Khmer Rouge and many others. Unfortunately, the mechanisms by which this kind of evil comes to power are constantly repeated. Still millions of people are deceived by the deceitful promises of political leaders who promise to create a just and better society, although often behind them is the evil "ruler of this world". Therefore, throughout my study, I analyze the origins of evil, making it aware of the existence of its source and center. I am pointing to Satan and the effects of his actions. It is with heartbreak that I emphasize that despite the enormous efforts of people, Satan still maintains his hell in our world. Unfortunately, this powerlessness also applies to me. The only thing I can do in this situation is to constantly warn against evil, its source and mechanisms. I ask again: Can anything be done against the power of evil?

Many of us in our daily lives distinguish between right and wrong quite easily. It is much more difficult to differentiate them in social life, and the most difficult at the top of power. It seems that this is what "the evil god of our world" is all about. Social evil begins when it comes from the lips of the leaders of the nations, from government and parliamentary stands. They tell us that they create good, that they fulfill the will of the nation, and that we need what they do. According to them, all who are against them are evil, they should be stigmatized and even removed from society. By many leaders who want to rule us, evil is often called good, and lies are often called truth. Often, like Satan, they accuse those who expose their lies that their opponents do evil while they themselves create it. In this way they use Satan's accusing principle towards God: "it's not me, it's him!". Cynicism is also often associated with this phenomenon, as many of those who do know that they are spreading untruths. However, they do so for career, money, and other benefits. In this way, the evil-bringing power mechanism still works.

Of course, people want to change this state of affairs. First of all, they hope that God will help them and that everything will change for the better. Years, hundreds, thousands of years pass, and no change for the better occurs. An example of this is the fact that the evil in the world after Jesus came is the same as it was before His coming. Believers of various faiths ask why God does not take away evil? Could He not interfere and eliminate the mechanism of evil and remove Satan from power? Unfortunately, it looks like it can't do it because it doesn't know it. Therefore, it does not bear any responsibility for them. So there is no doubt that our participation in the elimination of evil and the overthrow of the dictatorship of the "master of this world" is necessary.

Thanks to our primal nature, we still think about God, we yearn for good, and we hope that one day a perfect world will emerge. This is our eternal hope which, despite the passage of thousands of years, still lives with us. Even when we suffer great suffering, the hope for good never dies. A striking example of such a state is the faith of Christians that the crucifixion of Jesus has a victorious overtone. Although He fell victim to a cruel crime, His death and resurrection are regarded by Christians as a success. They claim that this crime has saved the world and that this is what God wanted. It is very surprising that only Jesus' personal victory over Satan resulted in the rise of Christianity. Thus, the hope of a resurrection developed into an unreasonable theory. However, this is what its phenomenon is all about. It is also confirmed by faith in ultimate justice in the form of the end of the world and the Last Judgment. In my opinion, this hope is rather proof of human helplessness in acting for the elimination of evil. Unfortunately, this situation is conducive to the further functioning of the mechanisms of evil.

The goal of everyone's dreams should be to free ourselves from the present situation. Then we should go to the ideal spiritual world, abandoning the bad state that arose on Earth forever. Before this happens, however, it is worth constantly reminding everyone about the causes of the present reality. Unfortunately, not everyone is aware of the real consequences of the situation that took place at the beginning of human history. Not everyone is aware of the fact that we can be compared to prisoners locked in a prison isolated from God, where the right information about true free life does not reach. We die without proper knowledge about ourselves, and after death we are confused by the entrance to the spiritual world unknown to us. It would be best for each of us to be able to fall into the "hands" of good angels after death and with their help complete our growth to perfection. Then our spiritual persons could completely break off contact with the "satanic" Earth and start a new life in the spiritual universe under God's sovereignty. Sometimes I think this is really the case when our loved ones disappear forever after their death.

For the time being, humanity is waiting thoughtlessly for the salvation that God himself is to accomplish, although in this study I show that it is illogical. People do not allow themselves to think that it may never happen and that evil will last forever. If we continue to be so passive and blind to the logical conclusions resulting from the laws and principles derived from the Creator, then there will indeed be an eternal hell on Earth.








Essenceism -

This is an analytical system that was created to understand the existence of God, the spiritual world and the eternity of man and which shaped the Theory of Eternal Existence - Author

This website presents the contents of the books about the analytical system called essenceism                     that shaped the Theory of Eternal Existence

 1. Essenceism 1 - “God is not from this world”- (scientific understanding of God)

 2. Essenceism 2 - “We are from this world”- (understanding of man towards God)

 3. Essenceism 3 - “Evil is from this world”- (understanding of evil)

 4. Essenceism 4 - “Vision not from this world”- (understanding of salvation)

 5. Essenceism 5 - “Eternity is not from this world”- (understanding of eternity)

 6. Essenceism 6 - “Unreal gods from this world”- (understanding of religions)

  7. Essenceism 7 - “Love from this and not from this world- (understanding of love)