Infinity Means No Beginning & No End
No God and no single big bang.
The word ‘beginning’ creates an illusion on an enormous scale, and can only relate to something that is created, dwells and dissolves, giving rise to the next incarnation of things.
‘Beginning’ cannot relate to space or consciousness, as space and consciousness do not change. Matter within space changes, and thoughts within consciousness change, but space and consciousness remain the same. They are everlasting. Just because we can’t see consciousness doesn’t mean it isn’t present. Actually, we can’t see space either; there is nothing to see, but it’s there.
If the universe is infinite, why would anyone say that a deity suddenly decided to create the Earth 4,543 billion years ago, and human beings 300,000 years ago? In infinite space, a one-time big bang does not stand up to reason either.
As NASA puts it; “The big bang is how astronomers explain the way the universe began. It is the idea that the universe began as just a single point, then expanded and stretched to grow as large as it is right now—and it is still stretching!” (the question then arises; within what is the universe expanding?).
This is the ‘big’ evidence of what reality is,
but we have been led to believe otherwise.
It limits the picture of reality, and so limits our understanding
and keeps us in the ‘big’ illusion.
As consciousness never changes,
how can we say it was created?
The essence of consciousness is our enlightened state:
all we have to do is realise our reality,
and we are free of the illusion.