- Nov 17, 2021
This is an interesting position to take. I note for example the various native peoples that claim their ancestors came from other star systems such as the Pleiades (hence relatively hairless?). If so, the universal absence of humans would affect various galaxies and time lines.
I further note that the kabbalistic Tree of Life, as it fits on the human light body, seems to act as an antenna for cosmic light bodies - suggesting perhaps that the microcosm is closely connected to the macrocosm.
Certainly my own experience is that Earth humans are neither accidental nor decorative but rather constructed to be functional in the cosmos.
Then we come to the concept that the universe is perfect and hence does not need to become/achieve additional functionality or purpose. So is the universe decorative rather than functional? Does it all have no purpose?
By all means, I certainly wouldn't imply that humans are just a random or accidental occurrence that didn't belong in the Universe, because their continued existence is a conscientious gift from Providence in the first place - my point was merely that Humans aren't some kind of supreme authority that get to arrogantly dictate to nature or the Universe what it should be or look like. They could disappear with their little perspectives, and the Universe would simply shrug it off and keep moving forward in perfect harmony like it always has.
Nature and this Universe is indeed already a perfect machine - but that doesn't make it pointless.
Even the concept of being "pointless" is in itself a subjective judgement that only an individual can make.
So what is the purpose of the Universe?
Only you can decide as the Individual perceiving it.
It is a neutral stage on which you are free to write your own story, it is the perfect playground for your Consciousness to fulfill its own purpose.
We are all the main characters of our own existence, and what part you wish to play in this Universe is up to you.
And yes, one of the most defining features of the Human race is its Tetrapolar Spirit, which is the ultimate reflection of the Macrocosm.
The biblical assertion that "Behold, the kingdom of God is within you!" is quite on target.
Unlike Elementals, Nature spirits, and etc., the Spirits of Humans are all-encompassing and capable of reflecting any and all parts of the Universe and its Forces/Principles.
That is why I often refer to the Spirits of Humans as the "Heirs of God", because they are the only kind of Spirit which fully express the Macrocosm and therefore the Ominous principle of the Akasha/God-Principle.