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Friday, November 3, 2023

Where did the spiritual realm come from?

Origins of the Spiritual Realm

I’m here in Sedona, Arizona across from the mountain that was said to inspire Disney’s Magic Mountain. And I want to talk about the spiritual realm. Sedona is a hotspot for paranormal enthusiasts fascinated with the power of various rocks and interdimensional vortices (you know—the plural of vortexes).

The big question, elephant in the room, is where did the spiritual realm come from? I think few would deny that there are spiritual forces. Most of us have had premonitions, inexplicable “coincidences,” and other evidence of an unseen hand of providence.

Watch this video where I discuss the cosmology of the spiritual dimension onsite in Sedona, Arizona.

Over the centuries, science and logic has labored to explain the creation of the physical universe. But no one stops to reflect on where the spiritual realm came from. Logically, it didn’t evolve. So either it is eternal, or it was created out of some spiritual “substance.” It does seem that secular scientists are satisfied with the assumption that the basic building blocks of the dimension we call home—that is, the subatomic particles and energy present at the time of the “big bang”—were pre-existent“ in the beginning.”

So then, does the spiritual realm simply exist? Is there no call to explain the cosmology of the spiritual realm? The deadening silence on the subject does have a suggested answer. One that has been assumed for millennia… The dimensions of the spiritual heaven and physical cosmos were created by a Creator.

This is what was asserted by the writers of the Bible: “For by Him all things were created that are in heaven and that are on earth, visible and invisible...” And quite specifically: “God, who at various times and in various ways spoke in time past to the fathers by the prophets,  has in these last days spoken to us by His Son, whom He has appointed heir of all things, through whom also He made the ages...” (Col. 1:16; Heb. 1:1-2).

Obviously, even the mention of God or the Bible is disqualifying to many among the general public of our times. But seriously. Got a better answer for the cosmology of the spiritual realm?

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