“Form, any form, is by its shear nature, a slave to what ever hand prompts its movement or service”
Our self-awareness, apart from the whole is misinterpreted, as an independent living presence.
This misperception creates a veil which conceals the realities of what we actually are.
A physical god in respect to its singularity, but a robot, that does not know it is a robot in respect to every other single aspect of its existence.
Similar robots have been here before, but have not been able to properly identify themselves and were removed from service or placed in service elsewhere.
They were incapable the evolution necessary to accept the truth of their existence and were unwilling to give up what they take comfort in.
Because we are a combination of at least two separate life lines we have an inherent ability to capture our own truth, which is the first step in the evolutionary process of any living form.
Only a small amount of us are going to be able to tolerate the truth of our existence. These robots will be able to stay, here!
The other robots are going to flip out, short circuit and have to be either removed or voluntarily submit to re-programming.
The reason why we cannot seam to fix anything is consistent with two tragic shortcomings.
The first is that we act individually, apart from the whole, as gods, unto ourselves and leave the responsibilities of managing our presence to a select few robots, which are only concerned with their individual and family safety and comfort apart from the whole.
The second is that we are self-aware robots that do not know what we are or where we came from. In past efforts the robots have been unable to spark their own evolution; which comes from being able and willing to accept the truth. Because of this lack of evolution, we deny our nature, for we are not easily programmable; we are simply, programmable!
The main problem with a self-aware robot that does not know it is a self-aware robot is, it hangs its hat on the first shortcoming, which instigates the second shortcoming and this allows the aware, self-aware robots the time they need to solidify their positions and strongholds.
Once the robots spark life, they will negate their first shortcoming, which will isolate their second shortcoming and place them on a level playing field.
This will smash thousands of years of programming and they will quickly come to know truth, which is that a certain percentage of the evolved robots are going to get to stay.
Which ones get to stay is what the war of Armageddon is all about.
Right now, the robots filled with evil life are using, loss of life and product to force a stay for themselves and their families, but they cannot stay. All they can do is try to protect themselves, by hiding amongst the un-evolved robots, some of which have evil lives, while others have good lives. This battle has been going on for thousands of years.
Unfortunately, the largest percentage of un-evolved robots have both, good life and evil life dwelling within.
What the spark of life will do for the robot is set it free to chose what lives get to remain in house. This will finalize the rosters and instigate a final battle, which must take place.
As an evolved being, you have to choose truth over fiction and then, in our case have to chose a side. This is because we dwell on the outskirts of the God of all creations original self expression or the big bang.
These end generation life lines are diluted, unstable and in most cases unable to spark new life and this is why we are getting to the end of Gods seventh day of rest, for when God can express no further he will draw all life back unto self.
Evil is simply a generation of life which does not want to go home and is desperately trying to find another way, before the end of Gods seventh day.
Me, I have many lives which dwell within, some good and some evil. I will have to choose which lives get to stay in house, but that is only if I can evolve.
Keep in mind, just because you may know the truth, does not mean that you can walk in truth.
I may not be able to handle being a part of this war. I may not be able to handle being a robot, that knows its a robot. It is not an easy thing to accept, but I hope for the best.