(All worlds). All the religions of God hint at other worlds He created besides this one.
(All worlds). All of the religions of God hint at other worlds God has created, besides this one: This is a well-known fact in science today, but somewhere around 33 A.D. how could anyone have possibly known this, except if one of God’s messenger told this to him; and this is not just a teaching found in Christianity, but is also spoken of, in all of the other religions of God as well. CHRISTIANITY: Hebrews: But 1:1 “God, who at sundry times and in divers manners spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets,” “hath in these last days spoken unto us by His Son, whom He hath appointed heir of all things by whom also, He made the worlds.” 11:3 “Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God.” So here we have, compelling verbal evidence, from the words of The Apostle Paul, of there being, in fact, other worlds created by God, before other worlds from God have, in fact, been discovered. This is just one of the ways, God sometimes, informs mankind of other hidden facts found within the world of nature and within the whole universe, before they are, in reality, known to man. This is just one little piece of evidence of there being a Higher, All Creating, Intelligence in existence, that knows and understands everything; Who is, also, sharing this knowledge with, all of the rest of mankind. This is just, again, one little piece of evidence, of the existence of a God; and we find this little piece of evidence, being shared and taught, in all of the rest of God’s divine religions to humanity; to again help us come to see and understand the unity and oneness of God, and all of His divine religions being sent to, and taught to all of mankind. JUDAISM: Psalms: 89:11 “The heavens are Thine (and) the earth also is Thine: as for the world(s) and the fullness thereof, Thou hast founded them.” Them as in plural, as in more than one world; God has founded them, all of the worlds.
2. “Praise be to Allah (God) the Cherisher and Sustainer of the Worlds.” 71. “Say: ‘Allah’s guidance is the guidance, and we have been directed to submit ourselves to the Lord of the worlds;’ 72. ‘To establish regular prayers and to fear Allah; for it is to him that we shall (all) be gathered together.’ And 73. ‘it is He, Who created the heavens and the earth in true (proportions).”’
(The Qur’an (Yusuf Ali tr), Surahs 1 and 6)
“Blessed be Allah, the cherisher and sustainer of the worlds!” “It is nothing less than a Message to all the worlds.” “Allah is full of bounty to all of the worlds.” 27. “Verily this is no less than a Message to (all) the Worlds.”
(The Qur’an (Yusuf Ali tr), Surah 2, 7, 68 and 81)
(Zoroaster, The Zend-Avesta, Avesta – Yasna 19)
“All the worlds know Him (Who is) Ahura Mazda.” (ZOROASTER, Hymns of Atharvan)
1. “How am I to please thee Mazda Ahura? I know wherefore, O Mazda, I have been unable (to achieve) anything, for only a very few herds are mine, (and therefore it is so), and because I have got, but few people. I cry unto Thee, see Thou then to it, O Ahura Mazda, granting me support, a friend gives to a friend. Teach me through Right what the acquisition of Good Thought there is. When, Mazda, will the sun risings come forth for the worlds winning of Right, through the powerful teachings of the wisdom of the future Deliverers? And who are they to whose help good thought shall come? I have complete faith that Thou wilt, Thyself fulfill this for me, O Ahura;” “since the two Spirits made the worlds.”
(The Zend-Avesta, Avesta – Yasna 46 and 57)
“Yea! For he who knows Me, Who am He that heeds the sacrifice and worship, God revealed; And, He who heeds not, being Lord of Worlds, Lover of all that lives, God Unrevealed, Wherein who will shall find surety and shield!”
(Hindu, Bhagavad Gita (Edwin Arnold tr) chapter 5)
“By Me, (Brahma/Vishnu/God), this whole vast Universe of things, is (called into being, and is) spread abroad; and by Me, The Unmanifest! In Me are all existences contained; not I in them! And yet they are not contained, those visible things! Receive and strive to embrace the mystery majestical! My Being-Creating all, sustaining all- still dwells Outside of all! See, as the shoreless airs move in the measureless space, but are not space, [And space were space without the moving airs]; so, all things are in Me, but are not I.” “By Energy and help of Prakriti, my outer Self, again, and yet again, I make go forth the realms of visible things without their will all of them, by the power of Prakriti. Yet these great makings, Prince! Involve Me not enchain Me not! I sit apart from them, Other, and Higher, and Free; nowise attached! Thus doth the stuff of worlds, moulded by Me, Bring forth all that which is, moving or still, living or lifeless! Thus the worlds go on!”
(Hindu, Bhagavad Gita (Edwin Arnold tr) chapter 9)
(Hindu, Bhagavad Gita (Edwin Arnold tr) chapters 5, 10 and 11)
“Look beyond this world, see with like clearness, all the worlds of God, even hundreds of thousands of worlds (infinite numbers). It is the same with the Tathagatas of the ten quarters of all the universes, their sight reaches everywhere.” (Buddha, Surangama Sutra)
“By any striving, one will radiate its influence to infinite worlds, like a gem reflecting its variegated colors,” “Thus in this world and in other worlds am I known by these uncounted names,” (Buddha Lankavatara Sutra)
“The Lord Buddha continued: ‘Subhuti, within all of these innumerable worlds are every form of sentient life, with all of their various mental capacities, dispositions, and temperaments; all alike are fully known to the Tathagatas, and the Tathagatas are filled with compassion for all of them.” (Buddha, Diamond Sutra)
“All worlds adore and praise The Mighty, (Life/God). When the worlds came into being and creations were called forth,” “Thou didst hold in Thy grasp the worlds and all of the generations.” (Sabeanism, Ginza Rba- chapters 3 and 53)
(The Bab, Selections from the Writings of the Bab, p. 24)
(The Bab, Selections from the Writings of the Bab, p. 192)
(The Bab, Selections from the Writings of the Bab, p. 185)
Let’s think about it? “This physical universe is infinite, and if material existence is endless, how much more so, are the worlds of God! When we think, of the visible worlds as infinite, how can we think that the worlds of God are limited? There is no beginning and no end to the material, or spiritual worlds. Man passes through different phases and when (he is) in a lower consciousness, he cannot comprehend the consciousness above (him).”
(Bahá’í Faith, Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 117)
“Verily I say, the creation of God embraceth worlds besides this world, and creatures apart from these creatures. In each of these worlds He hath ordained things which none can search except Himself, the All-Searching, the All-Wise.”
(Bahá’í Faith, Baha’u’llah, Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, p. 152)
“Thou hast, moreover, asked Me concerning the nature of the celestial spheres, (worlds). To comprehend their nature, it would be necessary to inquire into the meaning of the allusions that have been made in the Books of old to the celestial spheres (worlds) and the heavens, and to discover the character of their relationship to this physical world, and the influence, which they exert upon it. (Each and) every heart is filled with wonder at, so bewildering a theme, and every mind is perplexed, by its mystery. God alone can fathom its import. The learned men, that have fixed, at several thousand years, the life of this earth, have failed, throughout the long period of their observation to consider either the number, or the age of the other planets. Consider moreover, the manifold divergences, that have resulted from the theories propounded by these men. Know thou (moreover), that every fixed star hath its own planets, and (that) every planet its own creatures, whose number no man can compute.” Here Bahá’u’lláh tells us that each star has its own fixed planets and that there is life on other worlds beyond our comprehension.
(Bahá’í Faith, Baha’u’llah, Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, p. 162)
In modern science, just in the last few years, we are just beginning to discover other planets around, other distant stars; and we are still arguing amongst ourselves about, the possibility, of life on these other worlds; though we have found hints of life. Recently we discovered a new bacteria, right here on this earth, that has followed a completely new and different pathway of development and evolution, far beyond anything we have even considered, as possible, for life on this planet. This bacterium uses entirely different substances for nutrients, then the life forms that we are familiar with, here on earth; up to this point. And it uses, an entirely new and different energy transport systems, or, in more simple, laymens terms, energy development and energy usage and consumption systems; that we didn’t even know was possible for life; which, really argues the point, that if it can happen right here, on this earth we live on; then why not on other worlds, in other forms, that up to this point, we might not have even thought possible; that we might not even really recognize, as other forms of life, at this time. And here we find that Bahá’u’lláh was talking about this subject, of life on other worlds, well over one hundred years ago. If this is not a form religion teaching us facts about science, before the scientific discoveries have yet been made, I don’t know what else is? This life form is found in an environment that is completely hostile and alien to what we have even consider life to be here on this planet; and yet here it is.