Man had to give us technology

If he did not, we would have been cycling out of existence as such a rapid rate that we would have noticed what we are.

When you pull from the dust of one life line to create a form, the life of the form will persist for 1,000 years. If you diminish the life of the first form, by pulling from it to create another form, then both forms only last for approximately 930 years.

When the two forms come together to manufacture additional forms, it presents as more life, but proves less by how long the forms persisted.

Fact of the matter is that Man created a form from one life, pulled from that life to make another and made it so they could reproduce on their own showing the perception of a vibrant and increasing living presence, but this is not what is going on.

The life line is being reduced each time it replicates and if Man had not given us a bump in technology, we would have been cycling out of existence after 3 0r 4 years of presence and they could not have that for two reasons.

First reason is that the guests inhabiting these forms (us) pay for a full ride and the second reason is that we would have figured out what was going on a hundred or so years ago.

With the addition of technical and medical advancements, Man gave us an ability to extend our presence artificially, which put the life line back to sleep, which would prolong the natural birth of our life line indefinitely.

The Old Testament God does nothing for our kind. Any reported or perceived gifts are for him, he , she & them.

Christ told me that if we can show even a spec of liveliness, <GOD> will save us, from “Man”.

I love babies, but they do not increase our life line, they reduce “us”.

We are just too dead to realize what is going on.

James

 

About Unborn

Re-formed from a dormant sleeping life line, by a later generation of the Men and Women mentioned in Genesis I. I am a Genesis II male form. I am an aware, self aware form of life. (ASA) I am an unborn life.
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