The Evolutionary History of Creation is a discussion that explores the various religious perspectives of the 'creation' of the universe from a scientific perspective to explain the various factors that have contributed to the evolution of the physical, biological, mental and social aspects of the universe. 

Genesis, Creation & Evolution

The Bibles creation story is written in the book of genesis. They were originally stored as separate family histories and then brought together into the single book of the Genesis. Genesis describes the creative events (i.e. acts) of the the physical and biological world. It provides a complete picture of how the physical and biological world have evolved as well as its patterns and structures. It begins with a formless or empty universe symbolizing the void or emptiness of space with the ‘creation’ of the universe bringing order out of this emptiness to create the fullness of a complete universe. The creative events were then launched during six successive ‘days’ of action until fullness was created.

These creative narratives are a blend of both prose and poetry, written in a style known as 'elevated prose.' In this style of writing there is usually a large degree of symbolism. There are also parallels between the scientifically proven history of the physical and biological world and the creation account in Genesis. The creation story in Genesis is probably written with its seemingly odd order, because that is in fact the correct order of events from the beginning of the world and how creation actually began and evolved.

Genesis & The Evolution of Consciousness

DAY 1 - The Physical Unconsciousness
DAY 2 - The Physical Unconsciousness
DAY 3 - Plant Consciousness - The Ethereal Mind
DAY 4 - Perception- The Ethereal Mind
DAY 5 - Reptillian Mind - The Ethereal Mind
DAY 6 - Mammallian Mind - The Emotional Mind
DAY 7 - The Ongoing Evolution of the Human Mind

DAY 1 'Let There Be Light'

The literal interpretation of day one is related to the separation of light and darkness. This figuratively relates to the creation of the physical universe through the formation of the sun, solar system, the Earth and moon. This occurred between 5 000 and 4.6 million years ago.

DAY 2  ‘Let the waters under the heaven be gathered together unto one place and let the dry-land appear.’

Day two is related to the separation of the waters to form the sky, land and oceans. This symolises the formation of the ocean and land masses across the Earth. 

DAY 3 ‘Let the earth bring forth grass and herb yielding seed.’

The literal interpretation of day three is the beginning of life. Grass and herb yielding seed symbolises the creation of single-celled, photosynthetic organisms and includes all forms of vegetation, plants bearing seed and trees bearing fruit. This occurred around 3 900 millions years ago.

DAY 4 'Let there be lights to divide the day from night.’

Day four is a symbol of the photoreceptic revolution when the first image-forming eye created the use of visual information. This premature perception evolved a consciousness (i.e. the light that rules the day), that could now be distinguished from the 'dark' unconsciousness mind (the light that rules the night). The photoreceptic revolution occurred around 521 million years ago.

DAY 5 ‘'Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl that may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven' ​

Day five is related to creation of fish and birds to occupy the sea and sky. This symbolises the evolution of multicellular organisms which developed into 'paranoid' fish, birds and reptiles.

DAY 6 ‘God created the great whales and every living creatures that moveth which the waters brought forth abundantly after their kind.’

Day six reflects on the creation of animals as they moved out of ‘oceans’ onto the land to eat the plants. This symbolised the evolution of reptiles into mammals, and eventually humans.

DAY 7 ​

Day seven saw the completion of the heavens and the earth as the physical and biologial world was complete. This symbolises the 'rest' of human evolution as they discovery their own faith and truth as they evolve their capacity to observe themselves, reflect and create their own future. The seventh day is figuratively referring to the whole work of creation.

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What Is Creation

What is creation is an exploration of the various perspectives of creation including. It the goes on to explain ideas related to the creation of the universe such as The Big Bang Theory providing an objective exploration of how the universe was created and continues to expand.

The Nature of Evolution

The Nature of Evolution explores the laws of evolution and the nature of change, growth and development. It concludes with a discussion around Darwinism and the importance of living in optimal conditions to evolve and reach the full exploration of our genetic and creative potentials.

The evolution of the physical world explores the nature of the physical world and how the heavens and earth were created and continue to evolve.

The Evolution of The Physical Universe

The Biological Story of Life

The Evolution of the biological world explores the beginning of life and the cooperative nature of our evolution from single-celled bacteria (prokaryotes) to mutlicellular Communities (eukaryotes). It explains how the the biological world developed into vegetation and animals though increasingly more efficient forms of reproduction and other biological processes to create more sophisticated plant species. Finally, it explores the way that animals evolved  from invertebrates to vertebrates and to reptiles of mammals. Important to this discussion is the evolution of consciousness and how it relates to these developments.

The Rise of Man

The evolution of 'man' is an exploration into the beginning and development of human beings. It begins with the defining features of human beings and how these developed from our ancestors. The rise of man exploration human evolution from food-gathering vegetarians to hunters, farmers and nomads of our agricultural days right through to the neolithic evolution, the rise of civilisation, states and now the modern global society. The rise of man incorporates a persective of how to build a global society from an understanding of the evolution that have occurred in communication, technology, education, politics, the economy and more...

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