RTTM – SUNS THEOLOGY: Noosphere

Société Universelle d’un Nouveau Syncrétisme (Universal Society of a New Syncretism) is the beginning of Eric Michel Ministries International, today the Research, Theology and Teaching Ministry.

  1. Syncretism is the combining of different beliefs, while blending practices of various schools of thought. Syncretism involves the merging or assimilation of several originally discrete traditions, especially in the theology, thus asserting an underlying unity and allowing for an inclusive approach to other faiths.
  2. Teaching is what we do at RTTM; we take knowledge from our syncretism theology applied it to our beliefs.
  3. The noosphere is a philosophical concept developed and popularized by the Ukrainian biogeochemist Vladimir Vernadsky, and the French philosopher and Jesuit priest Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. Vernadsky defined the noosphere as the new state of the biosphere and described as the planetary “sphere of reason”. The noosphere represents the highest stage of biospheric development, its defining factor being the development of humankind’s rational activities.

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The Guf, also transliterated Guph or even Gup, is a Hebrew word, meaning “body”. In Jewish mysticism the Chamber of Guf, also called the Otzar (Hebrew for “treasury”), is the Treasury of Souls, located in the noosphere.

According to our believe the noosphere is the resting place for souls. The Tree of Souls (In Jewish Traditions) produces all the souls that have ever existed, or will ever exist. The mystic significance of the Guf is that each person is important and has a unique role which only he or she, with his or her unique soul, can fulfill.

The peculiar idiom of describing the treasury of souls as a “body” may be connected to the mythic tradition, the primordial man. The Cosmic Christ is God’s “original intention” for humanity, a supernal being, androgynous and macro-cosmic and co-equal in size with the universe: the Cosmic Christ. According to Kabbalah, every human soul is just a fragment (or fragments) cycling out of the great “world-soul” of the Cosmic Christ. Hence, every human soul comes from the Guf or the noosphere of the Cosmic Christ.

Incarnation and Reincarnation

Reincarnation, also known as rebirth or transmigration, is the philosophical or religious belief that the non-physical essence of a living being begins a new life in a different physical form or body after biological death. A belief in rebirth/metempsychosis was held by Greek historical figures, such as Pythagoras, Socrates, and Plato, as well as in various modern religions. In recent decades, many Europeans and North Americans have developed an interest in reincarnation, and many contemporary works mention it.

Christian groups such as the Bogomils and the Cathars, who professed reincarnation and other gnostic beliefs, were referred to as “Manichaean”, and are today sometimes described by scholars as “Neo-Manichaean”.

There is evidence that Origen, a Church father in early Christian times, taught reincarnation in his lifetime but that when his works were translated into Latin these references were concealed. One of the epistles written by St. Jerome, “To Avitus” (Letter 124; Ad Avitum. Epistula CXXIV), which asserts that Origen’s On the First Principles (Latin: De Principiis; Greek: Περὶ Ἀρχῶν) was mis transcribed: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reincarnation

Over a period of 40 years, psychiatrist Ian Stevenson, from the University of Virginia, conducted more than 2,500 case studies of young children who claimed to remember past lives. He published twelve books, including Twenty Cases Suggestive of Reincarnation, Reincarnation and Biology: A Contribution to the Etiology of Birthmarks and Birth Defects (a two-part monograph), and Where Reincarnation and Biology Intersect. In his cases he documented the child’s statements and testimony from family members and others, often along with correlates to a deceased person who in some ways seemed to match the child’s memory. Stevenson also investigated cases in which birthmarks and birth defects seemed to match wounds and scars on the deceased. Sometimes included in his documentation were medical records like autopsy photographs. Expecting controversy and skepticism, Stevenson also searched for disconfirming evidence and alternative explanations for the reports, but, as the Washington Post reported, in scores of cases he concluded that no normal explanation sufficed.

Other academic researchers who have undertaken similar pursuits include Jim B. Tucker, Antonia Mills, Satwant Pasricha, Godwin Samararatne, and Erlendur Haraldsson, but Stevenson’s publications remain the most well known. Stevenson’s work in this regard was impressive enough to Carl Sagan that he referred to what were apparently Stevenson’s investigations in his book The Demon-Haunted World as an example of carefully collected empirical data, and though he rejected reincarnation as a parsimonious explanation for the stories, he wrote that the phenomenon of alleged past-life memories should be further researched. Sam Harris cited Stevenson’s works in his book The End of Faith as part of a body of data that seems to attest to the reality of psychic phenomena, but that only relies on subjective personal experience.

The word reincarnation derives from a Latin term that means ‘entering the flesh again’. Reincarnation refers to the belief that every aspect of every human being continues to exist after death. This aspect is the soul or mind or consciousness, transcendent, which reborn in an interconnected cycle of existence. The transmigration belief is to be in the form of a newly born human realm of reality.

The Noosphere is the spirit world, where all spirits rest who didn’t reach the Omega point yet. Some of the souls need to reincarnate to finish their learning on earth toward the Omega Point. (Karma)

Each reincarnation is a new born incarnation.

Your pass life under hypnotism that find you King or Queen, or any other great historian figure is bogus.

see also aliens at UFO – Aliens – Eric Michel Ministries International – Eric Michel Ministries International (thomasjudas.ca)

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