Spirituology is a scientific form of religion (service to God).
By multiple spiritual observations and experiences I have been allowed to get knowledge of a spiritual reality, that exists invisible to us next to this material world. In that spiritual world the spiritual source of human existence is located, the divine, universal spirit and from that source all human spirits have come forth as independent beings by densification.
The observed characteristics of the divine spirit and the human spirit I have summarized in spirituology; it is a description of the knowledge of the spirit that I have been allowed to gain. In spirituology I describe the relationship between the divine, universal spirit and the human spirit, that between spirit, soul and body, and further the properties of the spiritual abilities with which man himself can, at his free choice, bring about a spiritual development. A development that goes very slowly due to the numerous changes of conditions and events in life that must be experienced and processed.
I describe these topics from the point of view of the spirit. The spirit is at the center.
I then compared this knowledge with the experiences and insights of them - through the entire history of mankind all over the world - that also have started their considerations from personal experiences with the reality of the spirit and the spiritual world; and I have tested them in dealing with my fellow human beings in everyday life.
Looking at the current existence in everyday life from these essential experiences is to see, how religion of modern man is affected in it's deepest core. Many churches have failed to support a personal, living faith in God of their members; at the same time the natural sciences - which are unilaterally directed at material existence - have taken on the role of spirituality - directed towards spiritual existence - and have darkened the spirit.
These natural sciences have acquired the former authority of the churches; as a result, the world view and the human image of neurologists and biologists have been taken over by society, and now their way of thinking and speaking has penetrated everywhere in everyday's language and written word. The spirit has been replaced almost everywhere by 'brains'.
Void of existence
The image of man that is now at the center of attention, is limited by the influence of neurologists to nothing more than a 'neuronal activity' of the brain. In addition, evolutionary biologists depict man as a phenomenon that is a 'try-out of nature' and is only created by chance; but what happened incidentally could just as incidentally not have been there. As a result, the value of being human is reduced from the point of view of the natural sciences to nothing but an alienating and transient biological phenomenon, with reproduction and development of the species as sole purpose.
As a result of this, the spiritual sense of life is lost sight of. This causes an alienation of the human being of his own existence, making his existence an ideological emptiness, which results in a desire for filling in by pastime.
This one-sided, scientific influence brings many people to doubt and can mean the end of their religion. After all, the spiritual half of being human is denied and dismissed as imaginary nonsense; thereby the meaning of man becomes reduced to that of a purely biological machinery, without deeper cause or higher purpose.
In that case man is no longer responsible for his actions, because the 'wiring in his brain' determines his actions.The admonition to love God above all and the neighbor as himself, can therefore no longer be proclaimed to mankind with authority ... and the behavior of people facing each other is therefore sometimes in accordance with that.
"Science is observing."
Plato, Greek philosopher (427 - 347 B.C.)
Science is: to investigate a certain phenomenon by making observations, then think about it to determine its meaning and finally let others do such research to see if they come to the same conclusion. If that is the case, then the newly acquired knowledge belongs to science.
Most natural scientists, however, do not do any perception in the spiritual field. Nevertheless, they, tempted by the authority that they derive from their knowledge, think they can make statements about spiritual topics. Measured according to their own standards, this attitude can be regarded as unscientific. They only proclaim their personal (that is: subjective) opinion.
"I will not allow myself to participate in the fashion, to regard everything I can not explain, as deceit." C.G. Jung
Sculpture without a sculptor?
Starting from a sculpture you can try to understand the motives and personality of the sculptor; but you can not rely solely on the image itself nor explain why it is there, without involving the maker. Yet that is what unilateral natural scientists strive for:
they try to understand nature without wanting to start by its cause; they believe that the cause can be found in nature itself ... 'nature' itself is their god and thus they add all kinds of spiritual qualities to nature (like the 'selfish genes').
Because of this one-sided attention on nature, they have imposed the restriction on themselves, that 'only measurement leads to knowledge'; but because of that they only have an eye for temporary existence and that's why they are in a state of mind corresponding to the eye, while seeing, does not see itself, and is therefore not aware of the fact, being the looking itself: the state of unconscious identification with this existence of the human spirit.
To be able to stick to the independence of the 'big bang' as the only beginning of the universe, and not need to mention God, are they even inclined to believe that 'something can be produced out of nothing'; which is a completely unscientific statement. They call this event a 'singularity', which literally means a 'strangeness'.
By their decision to pay attention only on matter and to declare the spirit out of the material world, they turn the matter around and thus prevent themselves from gaining insight into the meaning of the material world.
Click here for a matching text from the Bible book Wisdom of Jesus Sirach.
"Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."
A scientific approach to religion
In the current era it is impossible to return to the belief as it used to be: believing solely in the authority of the Bible and of clergymen. Modern man is only fascinated by matters that appeal to the intellect and can be explained in an comprihensible way - the current education only allows people to convince themselves by what is scientifically reasoning.
Spirituology is a scientific approach to religion. It stands apart from all other directions, because it proclaims no opinion, but gives a description of the spirit and of the spiritual meaning of temporary existence. It is not a system of thought, it is not a belief, but a scientific description of the human and universal spirit, based on my own observations and on comparison with the mystical experiences of others, in order to be able to evaluate the value and correctness of spirituology.
With spirituology I start my considerations from observations that I have been allowed to do in the spiritual world, of which I then evaluated the value and summarized it, and finally tested against similar findings that others have done in the past, among them: Hildegard von Bingen, Jan van Ruusbroec, Emanuel Swedenborg, Jacob Boehme and Jakob Lorber; they all have extensively described their experiences with the reality of the spiritual world.
Spirituology is a coherent and comprehensible line of thought about the spiritual meaning of material existence. With spirituology I also show the cause of the one-sided choice of natural scientists for only the material half of creation: it is the state of unconscious identification with matter caused by an narrowed consciousness, which is inherent to the stay of the human spirit in this earthly existence.
The spiritual abilities
I have been permitted to experience the properties of the spiritual foundation of the physical creation: the universal, divine spirit. Starting from these experiences, I describe with the help of spirituology how spiritual qualities, in the form of the spiritual abilities, are recognizable in that physical creation.
This applies in particular to the shape of the human body and the functioning of the brain - which are entirely built up in accordance with the qualities of the spirit: the spiritual abilities; it is only by this that the human spirit can make use of it; and it is because of this that brain physiologists find spiritual properties in the functioning of the brain ... and then declare that the brain does do this itself and the spirit does not exist.
As a result, I build a bridge from the spiritual half of creation to the physical half with the help of spirituology. With spirituology I show the deeper meaning that God's creation has for man: to be a school for the spirit - but for that purpose that creation must be adapted to spiritual qualities, if man wants to be able to stay in it and work with it.
By the insights of spirituology the balance between spirit and matter is restored; man, handed over to himself in this physical existence, regains his lasting, spiritual meaning and can learn to see events in this temporary existence in the right light ... the light of eternity.
The meaning of the word 'school', which comes from the Egyptian 'she oel a', is also related to this: 'the lonely man, he thirsts for insight'.
From the beginning of modern natural sciences in the 17th century there were researchers who saw God's hand in creation, as in the Netherlands Jan Swammerdam, but also for example Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein had that view.
The fact that there is a human spirit in creation,
who is gradually able to understand that creation,
is caused by the fact that both creation and human spirit
have been created by a similar spirit: the divine spirit.
The spirit as the divine spirit has ever condensed a self-image of itself
to itself as a spiritual spark, the human spirit;
and has given this self-image the aptitude to develop itself - with silent help from above - into personal independence.
The purpose of spirituology is to make the human spirit - which is active not only in spiritual experiences, but also in everyday life and in scientific endeavors - to be experienced. Thus man can obtain essential self-knowledge and knowledge of his or her fellow human beings, as a result of which better mutual understanding between people can grow.
A peaceful coexistence of humanity will also be promoted in this way, certainly by the realization that we all originated from one source and - each in his own way - are also on the way back to it again: our God (the meaning of 're-ligio': 're-connection', 're-unification').
Each one commits in his own way that one main road for man, leading to God ... but the journey across that road takes a long time because of the many changes of conditions and of events in life that we have to experience and process. As a result, we easily lose sight of the purpose of the road and then allow ourselves to be distracted by many things around us.
The website spirituology is a memorial on earth
for the history of spiritual life in humanity
and for God's holy ghost in eternal infinity,
who has been with us once in man Jesus
who for us all is the example of being human.
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