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Divine Cosmos

The divine cosmos is the scientific structure of  the harmonious universe and the solution to the world's problems available in religious books (like the Bible), astrological signs and symbols, and places where humans practice divination.

Although the divine cosmos is the absolute freedom, liberty and peace the whole world seek, it is the most underrated, overlooked and ignored.

The divine cosmos is all around us yet invisible to the eyes of men. To discover and embrace it is to be awakened.

Different religions and groups have different descriptions of the divine cosmos like there are different colours of a rainbow. It is called space-time, Mandala, the holy of holies, paradise, new Jerusalem, Taiji, Tetractys, Metatron's Cube, cosmic tree, holy mountain, the tree of life, etc.

Although the divine cosmos is concealed in everything humans worship as God, it is not actually what humans worship. Humans worship the things concealing and preventing mankind from advancing to the divine cosmos.

There are people and things and practices standing between humans and the divine cosmos and preventing them from advancing into Paradise.

The divine cosmos is right there in African religious system. But the rituals and taboos in African religion prevented the practitioners from accessing and discovering the cosmos. The priests (like the Babalawos) stood between humans and the divine cosmos.

You won't find the divine cosmos in African religious system until the rituals, taboos, traditional rites and initiations, and the native doctors are taken out of the way. What this means is that you must consider it an academic pursuit and research before you can discover the divine cosmos.

Similarly, the divine cosmos in the Bible, Islam, Judaism, Taoism, Hinduism and other religions must be considered an academic work before you can find it. It is a treasure hidden in these religions. The gurus, imams, rabbis, pastors and bishops can't find this treasure because they are trained to obey specific religious rules and doctrines.

Only a treasure hunter can find the treasures hidden in churches, mosques, synagogues, temples and shrines. No one is able to search all the places of worship in different religions without being trapped in one of these religions or altars in the course of his search for this treasure.

Once you get there, you will discover that no one is sitting as God of the universe. You won't find anyone inside than what unites all of us and all things.

You will no longer hold objects or things or images or persons sacred. The things and people we once called sacred were vessels used to communicate and describe the universe as mankind advanced from the primitive to full consciousness. We are all witnesses and none of us is God.

The divine cosmos is divine information uniting all things and all people into a single entity. This information is expressed as diverse geometric shapes, signs and symbols in different religious groups, cultures, organisations, kingdoms and subjects.

The divine cosmos is about education.

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