In the foregoing texts, the reader may now have arrived at some definite points of equation wherein he has established within his mind, that considerable importance has been stressed into specific areas of these various configurations in his position to the Infinite. In one respect, the term Infinite itself can be considered of the utmost importance. The term Superconsciousness also may indeed at this point, present certain aspects which are not at present fully apparent in the reader's interpolation. Therefore, we shall approach this subject and its context by stating that the much confused term God, or gods, as posed in numerous cultisms, religions and texts in past dispensations of mankind throughout his existence on the planet earth, can and should be resolved into this one common equation: There is indeed no personal relationship or personal deification involved in the relationship of the Infinite to man as the Infinite is, in all aspects, just as it should be thoroughly understood - Infinite.

This means that so far as space is concerned in the understanding of the modern scientist, his belief is a complete delusion. If we could conceive in the conscious mind for an instantaneous moment, the completion of the Infinite, we would find that space is infinitely filled, infinitely hard, so far as consciousness was reactive to it. In this sense therefore, so far as the material dimension is concerned, the term resistance is of the utmost importance, for all known physical laws function from the plane of reactance or resistance. The two words or terms are synonymous in their exact proportion as far as personal identities or interpolations of science are concerned, whether they relate to any expression, as is commonly composed in diametrically opposed forces of gravity, inertia, centripetal or centrifugal forces. These are all common derivatives of reactance or resistance in their various compounded infractions in the materialistic dimension of atomic forms.

The Infinite therefore must not be divided in any symposium of compounded infractions of atomic forms, but must assume proportions wherein we can see that the so-called space is actually a completely, infinitely filled sol id. So far as our proportions of introspection are concerned in traveling through space, means that consciousness at any given time, interprets only a very small fraction of this infinitely filled space in terms of resistance or reactance. Thus, these various reactive factors, as they are so presently concerned with consciousness, are to the then existing concepts, the only existing and tangible elements of the Infinite; this then explains the common fallacy from which all present dispensations of materialistic sciences are so compounded.

The Infinite can therefore be said to exist in an infinite number of ways; and as has been previously postulated, as the Infinite is energy, that energy moves as it does in complete compatibility within itself as an oscillating motion concerned in a cyclic pattern. These energy wave forms can be either compatible in the relationship of vibration - as they are combined with each other - or they can also be completely or diametrically opposed to each other. We then can reason that such differences must therefore be divided into what is commonly referred to as a dimension, wherein we shall find a large number of suitably vibrating or harmonic wave form structures in cyclic paths, which are resonating in certain common basic fundamental relationships. As such, in these relationships, they are transferring to and from each other, the common idiom of that particular dimension so far as its own intelligence is concerned.

Dimensions are subsequently, in scientific parlance, subdivided into such other existing combinations of basic structures (called spectrums), such as light, heat and sound. The physical body and the five senses involved in sustaining the physical body on the planet earth, are all involved with these various subdivisions of spectre-energies in their reactive or resistive forces against these five senses.

To approach more thoroughly the concept of the Superconsciousness - as has been postulated from the beginning of Christianity and taught by Jesus - such compounds of intelligence as are found in various infinite symposiums which relate to the Infinite, can therefore be subtracted and evaluated on a more understandable basis. To look into the Infinite, therefore, we shall find that in different forms and posing as aggregates of sympathetic vibrations, certain confluxes of energy are thus compatibly inclined to separate themselves into similar interdimensional forms of relationships. These aggregates thus gather together in nuclear forms, wherein certain species of plant or animal life are constantly repropagated into some specific form upon the planet earth. As a direct result of oscillating outwardly - as intelligence is impounded inwardly - these various nuclei or cell structures, in a spiritual sense, are thus expressing themselves in such species or forms of plant and animal life; and here again we shall find a larger development of these specific cells or nuclei. In attaining a fuller measure of this development, the species of Homo sapiens, or man, thus begins an evolutionary journey through many lifetimes upon planets similar to the planet earth.

Here again are the cell-like spiritual structures, as they are compounded from such aggregates of past lifetimes. In the symposiums of these numerous and infinite aggregates which have been oscillating compounds from infractions of past animal life species upon the face of the earth, man will, in direct consequence so far as the individual is concerned, express the various relative constituents of these numerous evolutionary forms as .they are so compounded. This will explain why man has a pair of lungs which aerate the blood stream and various other organs which are necessary (or so he thinks), in conjunctive form with the so-called subconscious to sustain his life which he values very highly.

This does not, in any sense of the word, relate man to a form of higher consciousness which we have stressed as the Superconsciousness. The Superconsciousness relates in a more positive dimensional form, certain aggregates of the Infinite Mind, which in the term Infinite, means there is a direct finite creative purpose in all forms of consciousness. The aggregates of the finite consciousness - as they are posed in the Infinite Mind - also form the same basic spiritual cell structures or nuclei which relate to all the positive essences, not only of earth-life existences as they are compounded in all forms and manners of species of life upon the earth, but al so compounded in an infinite manner from all extractions of future lifetimes wherein these different nuclei or cell structures of spiritual energy will evolve into higher states of consciousness.

Herein enters a great principle; that again, through compatible frequency relationships as they are composed from these infinite cell structures in the Superconsciousness, they are oscillating or reflecting outwardly into the material dimensions. Thus they are controlling, through frequency relationships, the various aggregate forms of life as they are found in a suitable and compatible system of relationships. This, then, is the Superconsciousness, or the cell of life which is the aggregate - the sum and total of all of the infinite forms of consciousness which can be called the Infinite Mind. We are not concerned at the present moment with the origin of the Infinite Mind as it expresses itself infinitely, for this would indeed be far beyond the reach of any present mental consciousness. Sufficient to say, however, that even as we know Infinity in the present tense, it is only a small fraction or a small group of compounds of an over-all Infinity which would indeed stagger the imagination.

The Superconsciousness, then, can be pictured as a sort of vortex; as a cell wherein an infinite number of wave forms which, in their oscillation, present to Infinity the sum and total of all its aggregates. Thus this re-creative process, as has been described, constantly reflects and relates itself into an infinite number of other dimensions of relationship. This then, in conjunction with the previously described cell of life as it evolves and aggregates itself from various physical interpolations becomes that particular sustaining part of the life consciousness which is called the ego.

The ego is not in any sense of the word to be confused with the Freudian concept which relates merely to extractions of the subconscious reactionary senses and interpolations of many different reactionary experiences of the past. But, in this common terminology, we are relating the ego to the spiritual form and substance as a finite form of consciousness and oscillating in direct conjunction with the Infinite.

It can also be pictured that this conjunctive oscillation with the Higher Self, or the Superconsciousness, is the sustaining life force, or the libido which gives the necessary impetus to sustain life through the numerous physical as well as spiritual dimensions. Thus it can be considered the Guiding Light, or the motivating force behind all life actions as they are concerned individually or collectively with mankind. In this broad sense, therefore, it can be said that any man, whether he is prince, pauper, beggar, merchant or thief is equally important in the Infinite Eyes of Consciousness for he is reflecting or expressing only for the moment - in whatever position he finds himself upon such a planet as the earth or in some other astral dimension - the part of Infinity as it was originally compounded in the Superconsciousness.

This concept may seemingly compose within itself certain opposing doctrines of good and evil as they are so commonly accepted throughout the infinite number of interpolations of mankind upon the planet earth. The old struggle of good and evil is a primeval cause and sprang from out of the more primitive reaches of man's consciousness upon the earth. Such forces as good and evil always were and must always remain, merely as compounds of relatively misunderstood forces which move about man in the cosmic ethers. Referring to such terms as cosmic ethers, we are again referring to that seeming void which is actually an infinitely filled solid.

Therefore, good and evil must be properly understood; that whatever our position in respect to any movement of Infinity - which it is going through in our so-called dimension of time and space - merely means that in our interpretation of this movement of intelligence, as it is either diametrically opposed to or is moving with our present conjunctive position with the Infinite, is the determinant element in that which we term good and evil but has no meaning in the personal equivalent so far as Infinite Consciousness is concerned. Good and evil can therefore be considered, in common abstractions, as the sum and total of the Infinite Mind and when thoroughly understood, will present to the reader his first important step in his own evolution to destroy the old illusions of good and evil as they have been compounded from such infractions of various pantheologies and cultisms in previous lifetimes. These illusions will be replaced by more basic and fundamental concepts of the Infinite and as these relationships of intelligence move in this seemingly void-less void about him, it remains with each individual to properly relate such movements and interpret them into constructive evaluations and patterns in his own evolution. After the reader or the student has made this first basic and important step, he will have passed over the threshold of the old carnal or lustful world and the many implications of good and evil which it has formerly held for him. Instead, Infinity will present to him a never-ending succession of new fabrications and various contexts which he is able to extract from his forward evolution into this timeless and space-less Infinite.

The reader must remember that time and space is synonymous in all respects, for if we did not have time, we would not have space. Time and space means only the transference, in some specific relationship of an idea or form of consciousness from one plane of equation to another. The sum and total of all intelligence as posed in the Infinite Consciousness, is therefore, in direct terms of frequency relationship - space. These confusing elements of time can be eliminated. for the existence of this consciousness in any form merely means that it relates itself in frequency relationship to various existing compatible relationships in whatever position they so exist in the Infinite Consciousness. When this principle is thoroughly understood, then the scientist can separate himself from his material world and place himself in an equitable position with other different transpositions of life as they are lived by mankind on other planetary systems.

Therefore the scientist will not seek ways· and means to circumvent his seeming time-space dimension but will, in turn, do a more comprehensible thing; he will place himself in the terms of frequency relationship with other dimensions by the transference of consciousness wherein time and space are eliminated simply because he is now harmoniously, or compatibly, vibrating with whatever consciousness he wishes to attain. The old idea that there must always be a vehicle to transport consciousness is indeed fallacious and was born in the primitive aboriginal mind as it developed in the jungles and back reaches of the world. Consciousness is not concerned with any particular form of vehicle, for the transpositional element is strictly and basically that of a compatible vibrating element. The vibrating element can be considered to be so contained in such cyclic patterns which, while being complete in themselves, yet form the common aggregate of the Infinite Consciousness.

It must also be thoroughly understood in our symposium or synthesis that there is nothing static or apparently stationary in this Infinite Consciousness, but all forms and expressions as they are so posed in the Infinite are continually, through frequency relationship, regenerating themselves into new forms of consciousness. Even the commonly associated constituents of atomic forms as they are immediately associated with your life upon the earth plane, are undergoing such metamorphoses, internal changes and structures; thus they are somewhat commonly understood by present existing physical or atomic scientists in these latter days. Therefore, the reader must always remain conscious of the fact that he is immediately presenting (so to speak), his face of consciousness toward the Infinite. As he presents this face of consciousness - with its five senses, in a physical sense - and relating itself as it does also to its sixth or any number of succeeding senses - which are merely more relationships as they are associated in energy wave forms and are called extrasensory perception - this individual is also associating or relating himself to Infinity and thus presenting his face in newer and different aspects to the movement of the Infinite Cosmogony.

These are the common patterns of life as are posed for every individual and which, in their basic derivations and extractions, thus place every human being upon an equitable plane with that of his neighbor. It does not, however, in any sense of the word, subtract from the individual's own personal position in his respect to the Infinite. As his position is always different from that of his neighbor in his understanding of the Infinite, he will therefore subtract such a position as he possesses and is able to interpolate in his consciousness into various extractions in his daily life.

This concept gives rise to the various racial differences and numerous other dispensations of life which are seen about you in your world. While these things are all a part of the consciousness of each individual as thus expressed and are vitally important to him, yet they mean absolutely nothing personal in the sense that they are so related to the Infinite Consciousness as a part of that continual resurgent pattern of regeneration in this Infinite Consciousness.

At this particular point, the reader will therefore be able to realize, in his present position and introspection to this Infinite, that the particular thing which was of the utmost and dominant importance is not the relationship of the Infinite to him but, his relationship to the Infinite. The Infinite is stable in all of its various and numerous manifestations and is considered a constant resurgent pattern of regeneration into all forms of consciousness, visible or invisible. Therefore, the reader will form in consciousness, various and conjunctive relationships with this Infinite which will or will not place him upon a constructive evolutionary pattern. This is the determinant of consciousness as it is posed by each individual in the more primitive misunderstandings of good and evil which will later develop into a much more harmonious, compatible understanding and relationship to the Infinite Consciousness. This then will become the particular point of man's journey wherein he will have formed a stronger and more conjunctive relationship with the Superconsciousness, for the Superconsciousness is the Superego or the Christ Self, formed through numerous polarizations with the Father Within, as it is sometimes called, which is the sum and total of the Infinite.

Residing, as man has been previously supposed in our equations, in such nuclei or spiritual cell structures of frequency relationships with the Infinite Consciousness which, through this positive polarization process with the negative or the manifested earth life of any particular individual - he thus develops this Superconsciousness or Spiritual Ego to the point where it becomes the dominant polarity in his life. At this point the person will therefore exhibit and exemplify such interpolations of life which can be considered "Infinite" in nature and magical in their portent by any other individual who does not possess the necessary introspection to more properly evaluate what is commonly called supernormal phenomena, into natural manifestations of Infinite Consciousness. There is nothing supernormal in this Infinite Consciousness, but only becomes supernormal, magical or otherwise in its proportion, in direct ratio to how thoroughly it is misunderstood by the individual.

In the higher dimensions of life, supernormal phenomena is quite as natural in daily life as the materialistic, reactionary principles with which the materialist is presently concerned in his earth-life dimension. Consciousness of these facts in a subconscious way often gives rise to various and peculiar manifestations in the average materialist's life. As he has now reached a particular point in the evaluation of his own position with the Infinite, he has also entered into various other corrective syntheses in this position of his personal life and will thus become conscious to some degree - through the inner channels of consciousness - of the manifestations of Infinite Consciousness about him.

Various other forms of life will begin to appear on the surface of the individual's consciousness which are exemplified into such forms as flying saucers and various psychisms which often relate him into flashbacks of past lifetimes. He will also begin to see or sense the existence of life as it is posed individually and collectively for mankind in the higher spiritual planes of consciousness. He will begin to conceive the possibility that life can and does exist in higher spiritual relationships where material dogmas, creeds and attitudes no longer make the individual subservient in a reactionary way to his daily life.

We can therefore never neglect in our own symposium, as we are concerned with the Infinite, that we should not at any particular point, delete from our present state of consciousness, by limiting our concept in our failure to understand the various and infinite number of subtractions as they appear upon the conscious surface of our minds, that this conscious surface is only one point of focus at the moment, where the individual is presenting his face of consciousness toward the Infinite. The individual, therefore, who places his stamp of approval or disapproval upon any manifestation of consciousness upon the exterior surface of his life - or any other person's life for that matter - has only, in his ignorance, tried to place this same stamp upon the Infinite Consciousness. He has also tried to delete from the dismal and darkened regions of his own consciousness, the complete and Infinite Cosmogony, the very Creative Life Forces which gave him birth, the impetus to survive upon the planet earth and to propagate his existence into other forms of life in higher spiritual dimensions. Such ignorance is inconceivable and would exist only in the mind of an ignorant person. And yet such ignorance is found in comparatively high echelons of the scientific and other so-called higher factions of the material world.

The scientist has until quite recently been prone to limit the span of life as it is found upon the earth to something which is relative and indigenous only to this planet despite the fact that through his telescope he sees a small fraction of this Infinite Cosmogony about him. Nuclear science, too, has propounded for the scientist, new equations in the term of Infinity, yet here again, he is prone to lay down the lines of demarcation and thus stamps himself with the same seal of abysmal ignorance as his contemporaries from the more material realms and dimensions of earth existence. In a true spiritual sense - and realizing the proportions of Infinity as so compounded in the extractions of the Superconsciousness and its conjunctive relationship with the Infinite - man becomes a man only when he realizes his own particular position in respect to this Infinite and when he has destroyed completely the illusion of self from his own particular position to this Infinite.

In this position of self and its false structure of the ego as it is compounded from Freudianism, man has used only the five reactionary senses which were compounded by him from out of past lifetime dispensations. He has not used the most valuable part of his existence and relationship to the Infinite as it is interconnected to him through other channel s which are called extrasensory perceptions. Only in extrasensory perceptions can we find the true relationship to the Infinite, the true motivating libido or drive, the so-called "Guiding Light", the necessary virtues, the inspirational values which are so necessary to make the continuance of life through various planes of experience.

The individual who is vitally concerned with his own position in respect to the Infinite, will find many ways in which he can presently equate this position. Looking about him in his present world, he can find numerous ways in which various external manifestations are made in common union with thousands of others who are of like nature and who occupy a similar position. Such external dispensations which are found in political systems, religious orders, cultisms and in social structures, as well as in personal habits can all be considered to be extractions and developments along the pathway of life from previous lifetimes. When such particular dispensations of life began to form a certain hard core nucleus, or when they can be strong enough in any particular person's life wherein they are worshiped or idolized, or form a dominant influence in that person's life to the partial or complete exclusion of all other things, then this person can be considered spiritually and somewhat mentally retarded upon his plane of life. He has temporarily, so far as the surface of consciousness is concerned, stopped in this evolutionary process.

Present-day examples of these past idolatries can be found in numerous dispensations about us. Such common extractions as were formed from previous pantheologies and understandings of so-called mystical forces and elements can be seen in the expression of religious systems and observances in the world about us. The common observances of Christmas, Easter or other religious demonstrations are in themselves merely extractions and modifications of old paganisms wherein substitutions of deistic or guiding forces have been interwoven into the fabric of these expressionary counterparts. This fact is quite true of the individual who calls himself a Christian. There is actually nothing Christian in his attitude toward life, either in his day by day actions toward his fellow men or in the common elements wherein he continually judges and reacts according to reactionary values of force. dominance or the will to survive. He will therefore never be what he calls Christian until he can begin to express from the inner self, the true perspectives which are contained in the Infinite Consciousness.

The bended knee, the altar, the consecrated services are merely more recent forms of that age-old escape mechanism which has been the common subterfuge of man in all races and in all walks of life since the beginning of his evolution upon the planet earth. Whenever such particular psychic pressures were built up in the subconscious to a certain point, they were then most necessarily expurgated from the immediate consciousness - at least temporarily - by some particular witch doctor, who later developed into a priest in some specific religious dispensation. In this common escape mechanism, it can be considered that all the various political and religious systems are escape mechanisms, or merely a compromise wherein an individual seeks to escape his own moral responsibility and his position to the Infinite. He has not yet attained the particular position in life when he will shoulder his own moral responsibilities and realize the implications of past lifetime dispensations which were so materialistic and reactionary in nature. In order to gain absolvency from these reactionary stances, he must adapt within himself and in his daily life, certain relationships which would relate him into higher spiritual planes of consciousness. He cannot do this by resorting to the common subterfuge contained in the daily confessional or the weekly rite (which he believes will purge himself of these various sins by attending some church), no more than can the so-called pagan or infidel accomplish the same results by ringing a temple bell or burning incense upon the altar. The two expressions here, whether paganistic or Christian, are basically and essentially the same. The old cliché of the "pot calling the kettle black", is applicable in this particular case.

Moreover, it is a common human weakness to continually exploit the pure essences as they were originally contained in such postulations of higher spiritual concepts, into weakened and watered-down versions which contain personal extractions and derivations from these originally pure essences. Altar worship has thus become a substitute (to some extent), for some of the more barbaric or paganistic rituals which often involved human sacrifices but the principles and ramifications involved, so far as they concern human evolution, are basically and essentially the same. Man has not changed his perspective to the Infinite; he has only substituted for human sacrifice. his own particular identity and expression in his evolutionary flight into the Infinite; for in each successive subjugation to external deifications to such existing systems of idolatries as they are found in the world about us, only mean that the individual has made another one of the personal sacrifices which have been made from the very flesh of his own nature and the tears of recrimination which he will shed for himself in the future will be as the drops of blood from the former sacrifice.

Salvation is attained only when one assumes his own moral responsibility in his position toward the Infinite, his willingness to accept this moral responsibility in gradual attainment and an expansion of consciousness which will relate him to higher planes of relationship to this Infinite. There is no other way, for indeed any other way would be contrary to the Infinite Plan as it has been so conceived by this Infinite Consciousness.