I would like to speak of my experience of transcendence, and what it is like to be a God in what you may call a God realm. Most of you won't believe that I have had the transcendental experience, or have experienced a God realm. That's perfectly ok, since "I," or my identity in the world, am insignificant to what I'm trying to explain. Feel free to consider this theoretical writing, if you wish. It's kind of long, but I encourage you to read it if you're interested in the subjects of transcendence and Godhood. First, I'll try to explain how transcendence works in terms of "the world." It is all points of time, past, present, and future, collapsing into the present moment. You see it in terms of however you see your reality, or point in time, functioning. So you see the essence of people from, say, hundreds of years ago. They appear to be just some person in the world today, however, they will be speaking of, and acting on, things that occured hundreds of years ago. You can see clearly how the world you believe in, and everything within it, came to be, yet you see it all happening now. This is how you can influence the entire world, and all of its history. You see clearly how every decision that is made permeates throughout all space and time, yet the people are focused on their particular situation, as it pertains to wherever in space and time they believe themselves to be. Trying to really explain this to them is seen as pointless, since it is irrelevant to the situation, or what will come of the situation. That's just trying to explain the specific mechanics of the transcendental experience, and how you would understand it. Now, I would like to share some of the specifics of what I saw in my experience of direct, blatant transcendence. I saw the creations of man, the things of modern society, harden, and become one with the planet. These things did not exist as they exist now, and they sort of melted into the planet. The things of modern technology returned to their essential elements, and were just part of the planet. The division between man and animal no longer existed. I saw it in terms of an apparently confused society. I saw animals, but the other people were treating them as if they were human, essentially. The sort of people-animals seemed to be the ones who were completely incapable of keeping up with the advancements that humans made. They, as a result, morphed into animals that somehow coincided with their nature. This was based on the very method of our communication. For instance, the word bitch. We call girls bitches, which essentially means female dogs. Therefore, the girls who were unable to keep up with the progression of mankind who fit the essential nature of how us humans use this term "bitch," in terms of raw sexuality and being something which angers others, morphed into dogs, who still functioned in the same essential way, yet were now seen as being clearly inferior, since they were now just animals. Other people-animals became a form from a similar method of understanding. Now, I'll try to explain the experience of being a God, in terms of practical ways of being. When you are a God, you can literally do ANYTHING. Noone would ever question what you do. I have heard that unawakened individuals who enter God realms often accumulate much bad karma. This is the reason for it. When I say a God can do anything, I mean he can do anything. He can abuse others to extremes that people rarely discuss, or even think about. The best way I could describe those who were most devoted to a God would be slave. They are slaves, completely subject to their Master's, or God's, will. Many of the original scriptures of the religions actually use this word, slave, to refer to one who surrenders to God. As I said, they can, for instance, abuse someone as much as they want. As this individual is their slave, what you would prefer to call devotee, if the Master/God wants to abuse her(in my direct experience, I processed Masters as male, and slaves as female. I will use the term "her," then, in reference to a devotee, or slave), she might actually ask to be abused. If the Master wants, she will beg for it. I only processed abuse in a sexual way, which is why I saw the slaves as female, but it wouldn't have to occur in that way. It was just domination, and for me, I mainly see dominance in terms of sexuality. Now I'm not saying what you would perceive to be negative experiences solely define the God experience. It can be absolutely anything. It definitely includes love, and compassion, and all that stuff. I'm just trying to show the extremes of the possibilities, and how there are no limitations. From my awakened perspective, I saw, and felt, the entirety of the experiences as pure ecstacy. I saw how even if the devotee/slave was being punished to the extreme, it was actually pure pleasure, for both her and her Master. I tried to communicate the entirety of this, though I personally had transcended, to some of the people I knew. I did explain the love and pleasure aspect of it, but I tried to show how what they believe to be pain and suffering are actually the same as this unified love and pleasure. To me, I was expressing pure joy, and ecstacy. They could not process what I was trying to show, however, and they interpreted it as hateful, and painful. I saw how all evil of the world was just that. The perfect message of unified love and ecstacy being wrongly interpreted. I saw how this "dark" force worked in the world, so that eventually people will understand how it is all love and ecstacy. I felt bad for the evil people of the world. I saw how they were acting from the perfect transcendental impulse, but I also saw how noone understood, even themselves. Living in the "real world" is an interesting experience. I know and can see absolutely that reality does not exist at all how people believe, and how the things everyone absolutely believe in are actually illusory. That being said, there's no point in just sitting and telling everyone this over and over. It's absolutely impossible for most people to accept, for they define themselves and reality only through these filters. That being said, I feel something like an actor, participating in this play that everyone believes to be fully real. It doesn't detract from the experience. Just makes it interesting. I already know that most of you won't believe that I had this direct experience, so as I said feel free to interpret it as theory, or theoretical fiction. Hopefully you got something out of it, and enjoyed reading it.