Originally Posted by ChrisGinsburg
Exactly. The idea of one objective storehouse the person taps into to download all the data of the universe is just too appealing to the scholarly mind though.
It's a storehouse (simply a term used to describe infinite possibilities) that we all tap into all the time we are awake, and very possibly whilst asleep as well. Again, it is this freely available infinite spiritual storehouse that provides us all the knowledge to achieve anything at all.
Do you think that someone invented the computer as an example? Think again.
Just as the physical raw materials for the hardware were always freely available in the finite physical storehouse of the earth of planet Earth, yet required a non-physical (spiritual) blueprint (software) to organise it into the finished product, so too the (spiritual) software, the knowledge to design the blueprint was always freely available in the infinite eternal spiritual storehouse, yet similarly required time, attention and investigation to source the required non-physical bits and pieces prior to that knowledge being applied to organise and assemble the earth into hardware.
So the physical raw materials were always available, and too was the non-physical (spiritual) data - all ready and waiting for retrieval. Therefore the entire computer was always in existence, and only required man to be activated by the second pre-eminent input into his consciousness, which in combination, motivated his anatomy to CREATE the finished product.
Therefore the folk who 'developed' the technology for the hardware and software that we use today, merely investigated into the finite and infinite storehouses of possibilities, then piece by piece retrieved the parts that they required for both necessary halves of his project, and subsequently followed the blueprint from one, that they imagined was fully the results of their efforts - not an insignificant portion of the development process it must be said, and for which they took all the credit the law would permit, to mould the physical bits and pieces that also were always in existence.
If we had to pay for the information as retrieved from this infinite spiritual storehouse as we have to pay to access the finite physical storehouse, we might have a little thankfulness and respect for the non physical stuff that we are using constantly. But alas - it's entirely free - until the government comes up with a plan to tax us for it, at least.