It's an over-simplification because, for this purpose, the term "Electric Universe" is altogether simpler to discuss than the "Eternal Active Living Intelligent Electrical-Plasmatic Symbiotic Complex Unified Field" we call our Universe.
The ancients generally referred to it as The All or The One, rather than make up ridiculous names.
It's not really about electricity at the philosophical level. It's the fact that when this breaks into public mainstream media as a 'known reality', people will have no choice but to realise we DO live in a unified/connected environment, which is alive and teeming with intelligent life, that the plasma itself is capable of pervading and penetrating everything, that it creates and supports all life, that the reason we can achieve telepathy is because electricity permits travel and knowledge to be transmitted instantly, and that all is one and connected and dependent upon each other. There is no hierarchy in the Universe; all starts from the same place and all interracts with each other harmoniously, something humans will eventually need to learn once they understand where they are.
You make several extravagant claims with regard to the EU/PC which are not supported by either the originators of the theories or by any facts or documentation. You state in this paragraph 'that all interacts harmoniously' yet in the next paragraph write of cataclysm - which is it?
Please bear in mind the two main options open to humans formerly - that the Universe was a dead, mechanical, clockwork place, or that it was a place where the Man in the Sky dwelled who dished out hell, damnation or miracles as the whim took Him. All other gods/deities we have established had their roots in the plasmatic cataclysm following the Golden Age. Now, can you imagine what this knowledge is going to do to all religions?
The two main options to which you refer apply, if they apply at all, only to the West with its
Abrahamic religions and even then only in an exoteric understanding of those religions. Your
statement that all gods/deities are post-cataclysm is dependent on Talbott's Saturn theory being correct and the likes of Heraclitus, Parmenides, Pythagorus, Plato and a whole host of others from various times and places being wrong. This renders you final comment somewhat problematic.
Where is it stated in any human field or structure that we humans are eternal or 'spiritual' beings having a human experience? The electrical nature of the universe has no bearing as you see it because you have not felt what it is like to merge with the electrical field itself (although you may know that it is mechanically possible as your human brain is designed to interract at superluminal speeds and your 'etheric' body is designed to merge with its Source energy at any time it desires).
I do not understand what is meant by 'human field or structure' so am unable to answer. Ether, kundalini and chi are not electricity. Electricity may well be realted to them but electricity is of the physical world or plane. Electricity requires atoms etc in order to function therefore it cannot be what we ultimatley are 'made of', or put another way, electricity cannot be life (I prefer to think in terms of consciousness).
We are one and the same thing except we are also individual. Aether surrounds the human body, as it does every other natural thing in the Universe. Collectively, we are One but we do have a separate experience. The point made about Brahma was that of the suggestion of cycles of 'end' and cycles of 'beginning' which is a misnomer in an infinite universe for an infinite being. As soon as we venture into 'the end', it becomes part of our human psyche that cycles are natural, when they aren't. Humans live and tolerate cycles because they have been taught them. Evolution is spiral, is it not? Ever-expansive, ever-growing, ever-creating, like the Universe. As for time, I have no proof that all is now. I should imagine wherever we place our consciousness is whatever time we experience but referring to Lizzie's recent post, perhaps that happens when we return to what we truly are (aka as we were in the Golden Age).
I agree with the first sentence, however I would argue that aether permeates the entire Universe rather than merely surrounding the various contents thereof. You comments about cycles are again illogical, firstly because the original comments related to eternity rather than inifinity, and secondly, there is nothing about eternity/infinity which precludes cycles. You frequently mention the term 'Golden Age' which is part of a cycle. Everything in the Universe, it appears to me, operates on a four-phase cycle. The day has four phases, the moon, the year, and also the Great Year. Again, can you furnish any proof that the 'human psyche' has invented cycles?
I refer you to Mr. Talbott's Myths and Legends section.
If you look at the 'myth' section you will see that I have posted there quite a lot.
What Femto is referring to is that early belief systems still run very deep within the human psyche. The EU/APM is fundamentally common-sensical, consistent and elegant. It leaves no room for the paranormal or superstition. Once people understand the physics and the nature of plasma and what it can do, we will have left the Dark Ages for ever.
There you go again with the 'human psyche' thing. I refer you to my comment above about
electricity not being the fundamental 'substance' of life. Your comments about the Dark Ages are pure wishful thinking.
Because of the nature of plasma. There is talk now that almost all paranormal
experience/sightings could be plasma in all its many forms, from ET sightings to ghosts, spirits, crop circle makers, etc. Plasma is 99.9% of the Universe and yet, people still believe it's simply the fourth state of matter. Can you imagine what will happen when people realise what rock art was really about? Just a small example of what I mean.
I think you will find that the statement that 'plasma is 99.9%' of the Universe is incorrect.
There is a thread on the forum which clears up this misunderstanding. If by roch art you mean the petraglyphs, I would ask what life-changing difference did it make to you when you found out about them? I know it hasn't changed my life.
Cycles are gone because people will realise they are infinite, eternal and spirt (plasma); that they are no different to the nature of 'God' Itself. Cycles of reincarnation (and other beliefs) will become unnecessary. Humans go round and round in circles until they decide to wake up and move onward and upward. We are birthing a new consciousness and the EU theory is enabling that to happen because it makes sense out of reality, which the Newtonian Universe did not. We inherently know what is true, at the very core of us but the layers and layers of programming over the years has sent mankind wayward in so many areas.
See my comment above about cycles. Your comments about reincarnation make no sense. Plasma existed before we discovered it so what has changed? Who is this we that is 'birthing a new consciousness'? Have you any evidence that a new consciousness can be birthed or is it simply more wishful thinking? My understanding is that there is only consciousness. U.G. Krishnamurti said we are just the thought of a thought. The ancients made sense of reality prior to Newton and without knowledge of plasma.
What this means is that after we die, we attain spiritual freedom - it will not be necessary to continue on with endless cycles of incarnations under false belief systems, there will be no need for guru's, mediums or ghosthunters. We may even be able to attain galactic citizenship as we develop from a Type I Civilisation to a Type III (Dr. Mikao Kaku). The Universe becomes our oyster once humans have awakened to their true nature (not dissimilar to Lizzie's description above). Of course 'eternal' has always been here but it's been a long time since mankind remembered it.
This paragraph is illogical. Firstly it begins with a statement about post-death 'spiritual
freedom' which you cannot possibly back up, secondly, you write of 'clcles of reincarnation' as
if they exist yet you deny the existence of cycles, thirdly, you mention gurus, mediums and
ghostbusters which are nothing to do with reincarnation per se, fourthly, you write of 'Type I'
and 'Type III' civilisations when earlier you stated that there was no hierarchy in the universe.
As for Aristotle, if that were true, why have we devolved spiritually and not evolved? (Could Aristotle think like Junglelord?) I believe the information (energy) emanating from the prime Source is now of such splendid quality that we will start to realise and learn and create
completely anew. As soon as we realise we are co-creators with the One (i.e. Everything Else), we flourish. But we must learn that we suffer when we attempt to create outside of the Laws of Nature.
Aristotle's statement refers to something called amenesis which as I have stated elsewhere on
these boards, works for me. It actually worked for me before I came across reference to it in
Plato. We have not devolved but invloved. This is part of the cycles. We have now, according to my understanding, finished the down cycle and are about to begin the up cycle (Brahma breathes out, Brahma breathes in; the Age of Aquarius and all that). Several paragraphs earlier you wrote 'we inherently know what is true' yet you disagree with Aristotle's comment? I am not quite sure what you mean by the comparison of Aristotle and Junglelord but if Aristotle had been brought up in a similar environment and had experiences similar to Junglelord then yes I don't see why they would think too differently. I would argue that we cannot create outside the Laws of Nature, or even attempt to as we are Nature as you yourself stated above.
I agree that human growth, evolution and development is the most important topic of all.