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Religion

Compare religion with rationality, and find that the two are directly opposed. That is to say, religious beliefs are irrational. Those religious beliefs demand faith in baseless claims.

Religion and rationality are mutually exclusive. Rationality demands that hypotheses be supported by evidence and reasoning. Religion shirks those requirements, although it does sometimes provide evidence that's necessarily fake.

As such, we could place our faith in rationality or in religion—but we couldn't consistently believe in both.

Invalidity

Occam's Razor rejects superfluous concepts as invalid.

Religious beliefs are irrational and invalid. They cannot be considered to be true. Their supernatural elements are superfluous, lacking real basis: therefore, Occam's Razor rejects them.

xXXxX××× WARNING! Point of caution: Dr. Gene Ray informed me of the existence of a diabolic misuse of Occam's Razor, whereby religious zealots employ this Razor in order to claim that "God did it" is the simplest explanation of the universe. Do not be deceived! Religious beliefs involving deities are actually IN VIOLATION of Occam's Razor, as can be seen from this very CubicAO "Religion" article. Religious beliefs are rejected by Occam's Razor, not favoured by it. ×××XxXXx

(Occam's Razor is a rational principle. For more rationality, see The Rational Belief.)

Falsity

Religious beliefs are also false. Two points prove this fact. Firstly, religion stands in contradiction of the absolute Cubic truth. Secondly, religion depends upon an illogical paradox.


A self has only a 1-corner face on a 4-corner head. A self exists upon only one of the four corners of Earth. And, a self can occupy only one of the four corners of the life-cycle at any one time.

But to be omniscient and omnipotent, a God must occupy 4 corners.

The fact is that a self can only occupy 1.

A single, supreme, self of a God simply could not exist. A 1-corner God is a single point and a zero point and a singularity.

If God was omniscient and omnipotent, he would need all four of the corners. But a god with four corners would be a Cubic spirit. We wouldn't even call it God, instead we'd call it Time Cube.

This is the morality paradox. Premises:God doesn't approve of evil.God is omnipotent (so he has the power to prevent there from being evil).These premises would indicate that there is no evil.But in reality, there IS evil.Therefore, one or both of the premises are false.

If God disapproves of evil, and is omnipotent, then he could vanquish all evil.

But in reality there is evil. So either God approves of it, or he's not omnipotent.

An omnipotent, evil-disapproving God cannot, however, exist.


This established, proof proceeds:

CASE 61

From empirical inference, monotheistic religions define God as an omniscient and omnipotent human self.

CASE 62

From CASE 27, the universe's fundamental geometry includes a 4-corner principle as its supreme geometrical form. To be omniscient and omnipotent, a being would have to simultaneously occupy all four of those corners.

CASE 63

From CASE 54, a self has only a 1-corner face on a 4-corner head. From CASE 33, an individual, residing on Earth or any other planet, can't simultaneously occupy any more than one of the planet's time-corners. From CASE 47, an individual can only occupy one corner of the life-cycle at a time. All of these prove that a self, or individual, occupies only one of four corners—that is to say, the self is 1-corner.

CASE 64

From CASE 62, an omniscient omnipotent being would occupy 4 corners. From CASE 63, a self occupies only 1 corner. From CASE 61, God is defined as a self (1-corner), but is also defined as omniscient and omnipotent (4-corners). This logical contradiction proves that God does not exist.

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Selfishness:

Imaginary religious beliefs are often found favourable by selfish people. The religious beliefs alleviate the following problems:

  • Fear of death. Dissatisfaction with mortality
  • Secular community not providing identity and self-esteem
  • Unfavourable state of affairs in wider world

In alleviating these, religious beliefs grant a sense of empowerment to the 1-corner self. Thus they create a singularity, one that suppresses the individual's true purpose, that purpose being for them to serve as a transient member of a perpetual species.

So, religious people absolve themselves of their obligation to nature. They delude themselves into a false sense of righteousness. Being that they believe in a supreme controlling power, religion actually represents a slave mentality.

Watch out: there may be claims that religious enlightenment has occurred; but these claims are often shallow and serve only to grant zealots a sense of superiority.

Watch out, also: zealots are often vain. When claiming to help people, their true purpose is often mere manipulation and objectification. They attempt to control others, in order to feed their own sick delusions.

False arguments in support of religion:

Believers usually employ false, deceptive arguments in their attempts to further their cause. Let's debunk some of these:

"If the universe wasn't created, how could it exist? There must have been a creator." But then the creator would also have had to have been created, and so on, infinitely, leading to the conclusion that something always existed, and that a creator is therefore unnecessary. Applying Occam's razor, we find that the thing which always existed is in fact our own universe, and not a higher plane of reality.

"If my religion is false, how come so many people believe in it?" Easily refuted strawman: there are many religions in the world, most contradicting each other, and all of them possessing believers. Only one of them could be true; the rest must be false; and the adherents of the false ones believe in a lie. This proves that people willingly believe in falsehoods; as such, it debunks the assumption that widespread beliefs are true.

(There are other false arguments, including the usual strawmen and violations of Occam's Razor. In general, they're not too difficult to debunk.)

Further point:

As a single male self, with no family or village, God represents a womanless queer likeness. His limit is a single corner. He's cornered as a queer.

Religious proselytisation:

It's harmonic to the parasites (see Complexities in Life). The religious zealots prey on a person's weaknesses, and sap their strength. No strategy is too underhanded in their quest to spread their WordVirus.

Further point:

Belief is a transition to greater things. An infant requires a lot of faith, being that as yet they have not much knowledge. Once they have undergone a process of learning, their belief will be replaced with knowledge and rationality.

However, religious believers refuse to allow belief to be superseded by knowledge and progress—thus they create a stagnant death-cult of nihilism, unyielding and inflexible until its final act of destruction, a cannibalistic infanticidal extinction of humanity.

We might say that religious belief, the closed-minded evil, corresponds to the word "belief", whereas the belief that grows into something greater, the flexible belief, is more of an "idea". Certainly Dr Gene Ray favoured those two words to illustrate the belief-dichotomy, as reflected in the following quote from the "Code of the Pyramid" document: "An Idea versus a Belief. An idea is a seed that is planted within the mind to grow and bloom to its fullest extension of value. Belief is a static idea that is carved into stone and is not subject to correction no matter the proof that is more logical against it. Belief is like a tombstone or a fictitious human God."

Further point:

God is 1-corner. He's a single point. He equates to a singularity.

And, as we know, a singularity is nonexistence. God is a singularity because God doesn't exist.

Monotheism:

This is where we assume that a single god has absolute power. This belief inspires us to self-aggrandise and to aim for the supremacy of the individual, and to force all the population to conform to one singularity ideal. Under monotheism, there is only one path, and there are no alternative options available.

Polytheism, on the other hand, is something that envisages a number of gods, none of whom hold an absolute power. Unlike the singularity of monotheism, polytheism provides diverse opposite gods, and a choice of which gods on which one wishes to focus. Polytheism inspires us to coexist with others, and to gain power as a unified group. However, it would not be a enslaved state-populace, serving a singularity; it would be more of a Cubic village or tribe, perhaps one of many various Cubic villages and tribes.

And as we have established, monotheism is linked to a Singularity. "Arnold Toynbee has written out against monotheism, blaming it for the mounting worldwide ecological crisis, and proclaiming a return to pantheism."

Nihilism:

Religion is nihilistic for 4 main reasons:

1. Religion nullifies and denies the power of the Cubic natural realm, by transferring omnipotent status to nonexistent deities. It claims that gods are omnipotent. Therefore, it is nihilistic.

2. Religion nullifies and devalues human mortal life, teaching that superior to mortal life is an infinite nonexistent supernatural afterlife. Therefore, it is nihilistic.

3. Religion devalues truth in favour of falsehood by teaching false lies of the supernatural and by nullifying and contradicting true knowledge of reality. Therefore, it is nihilistic.

4. Religion nullifies freedom of human thought, teaching a slave-mentality whereby one morality must be upheld as absolute, and whereby the ability for rational thought and analysis of reality is robbed from the people and suppressed. Consequently, freedom of action based upon thought, and free will, is curtailed. Even the smarter religious zealots, Pharisee-types, recognising religion to be fictitious and fraudulent, will choose to aggressively maintain the lie, that they may control the minds of the entire populace and thereby gain evil power. Therefore, religion is nihilistic.

Pedant humans are stupid and evil.
Nature's Time Cube transcends god.
Nature's Time Cube contradicts god.
Nature's Time Cube debunks god.
Nature outlaws both word and god.
God is an adult crime upon children.
God has singularity of an adult queer.

Time Cube proves a 1 face god impossible, due to 4 corner face metamorphic human - baby, child, parent and grandparent faces.
Religious education is mindless declaration of ignorance, still maintained from its ancient origin by dumb and evil humans.

— Gene Ray, timecube.com/index3.html, timecube.com

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