Catholic Teachings III

 

Catholic Teachings III:

Spirit:

  1. “The Spirit of God guides us, inspires us.”
    • “My message and my preaching were not with wise and persuasive words, but with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power, so that your faith might not rest on human wisdom, but on God’s power.” (1 Corinthians 2:4-5)
    • This is what we speak, not in words taught us by human wisdom but in words taught by the Spirit, explaining spiritual realities with Spirit-taught words.” (1 Corinthians 2:13)
    • “To one there is given through the Spirit a message of wisdom, to another a message of knowledge by means of the same Spirit, to another faith by the same Spirit, to another gifts of healing by that one Spirit, to another miraculous powers, to another prophecy, to another distinguishing between spirits, to another speaking in different kinds of tongues, and to still another the interpretation of tongues. All these are the work of one and the same Spirit, and he distributes them to each one, just as he determines.” (1 Corinthians 12:8-11)

Industries [United States]

 

Industries:

  1. Advertising, Marketing
  2. Aerospace & Defense
  3. Agribusiness
  4. Agricultural Services & Products
  5. Airlines
  6. Apparel
  7. Architectural Services
  8. Attorneys/Law Firms
  9. Automotive Retailing, Services
  10. Biotechnology
  11. Building Materials, Glass
  12. City Construction
  13. Chemicals
  14. Commercial Banks
  15. Computer Peripherals
  16. Computer Software (Consumer)
  17. Computer Software (Enterprise)
  18. Computers, Office equipment
  19. Construction & Farm machinery
  20. Cruise Ships & Lines
  21. Diversified Financials
  22. Diversified Outsourcing Services
  23. Education
  24. Electronics, Electrical Equipment
  25. Energy
  26. Engineering, Construction
  27. Entertainment
  28. Financial Data Services
  29. Food Consumer Products
  30. Food Production
  31. Food Services
  32. Food & Drug Stores
  33. Forest & Paper Products
  34. General Merchandisers
  35. Health Care: Insurance & Managed Care
  36. Health Care: Medical Facilities
  37. Health Care: Pharmacy & Other Services
  38. Home Appliances
  39. Home Equipments, Furnishings 
  40. Home Builders
  41. Hotels, Resorts, Theme Parks
  42. Household & Personal Products
  43. Industrial Machinery
  44. Information Technology Services
  45. Insurance 
  46. Internet Services & Retailing
  47. Mail, Package & Freight Delivery
  48. Medical Products & Equipment, Health Care IT
  49. Metals
  50. Mining & Crude-Oil Production
  51. Motor Vehicles & Parts
  52. Network & Other Communications Equipments
  53. Oil & Gas Equipment, Services
  54. Packaging, Containers
  55. Petroleum Refining
  56. Pharmaceuticals
  57. Pipelines
  58. Publishing, Printing
  59. Railroads
  60. Real Estate
  61. Robotics
  62. Scientific, Photographic & Control Equipment
  63. Securities
  64. Semiconductors & Other Electronic Components
  65. Shipbuilding
  66. Specialty Retailers: Apparel
  67. Specialty Retailers: Others
  68. Sports Equipment
  69. Telecommunications
  70. Temporary Help
  71. Toys, Sporting Goods
  72. Transportation Equipment
  73. Transportation & Logistics
  74. Trucking, Truck Leasing
  75. Utilities: Gas & Electric
  76. Venture Capital
  77. Waste Management
  78. Wholesalers: Diversified
  79. Wholesalers: Electronics & Office Equipment
  80. Wholesalers: Food & Grocery
  81. Wholesalers: Health Care

Chemical Technologies II

 

Computing: Chemical Computer, DNA Data Storage.

Biomimicry at molecular level: Self-replicating chemical system, Molecular machines, A set of molecules capable of accomplishing a complex task.

Biomimicry at physiological level: Synthetic Chemico Electromechanical system (example from nature: Heart), Synthetic Chemico Electrical system (e.g, neuron, central nervous system), Synthetic Chemico Mechanical system (e.g., digestive system), Synthetic Chemico Optical system (retina).

Environment: Molecular systems that interact with environment. 

 

Development Missions

Development Missions

1. Increase Food Production to End Hunger

2. Ensure Access to Clean Water and Sanitation

3. Ensure Energy Adequacy

4. High Quality Education for All

5. Build Better Health Care System   [ Public / Private ]   

6. High Speed Internet for All    [ Develop Internet and Telecommunication Infrastructure ]

7. Develop Industries & Industrial Sectors    [ Software / ICT Industry, IoT / Smart Products Industry, Manufacturing Industry, Automotive Industry, Biotech Industry ]

8. Build Better Cities

9. Infrastructure and Services for Development 

10. Business for Enrichment of Human Lives    Business for Economic Development

11. Leverage ICT for Development

12. Innovate Technology to solve Development Problems

13. Improve Means of Transportation

14. Technology Development Platforms for Mass Empowerment    [ Maker Movement, Girls Who Code, DIY Bio ]

15. Democracy for Nations

16. Build Strong Public Institutions

17. Free Market Economy for Nations

18. Ensure Ease of Doing Business 

19. Entrepreneurship Development

20. Employment for All

21. Finance And Banking for All 

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Catholic Theology

  1. The spirit of God informs us, guides us, directs nature, controls our physical and spiritual body. The spirit of God behaves according to strict rules, directions and goals. Its sole purpose is to assist God in accomplishing his great works.
  2. As poems are artwork to poets, the earth is to me. The world is my canvas, and Bangladesh one of my artworks therein.
  3. Integration of science and faith: Spirit of God guided biological evolution. Not gradual transformation but sudden rapid changes (brought about by divine intervention) caused a group belonging to one species ‘metamorphose’ into a new species.
  4. Anything that is synthetic and not part of nature is technology, including roads, books, furniture, plates, buildings and wheels. Technology is one of God’s many creative / intellectual playgrounds. God creates technologies through which he meets needs of his people.
  5. God wants to continue his creative endeavor here on earth. He goes beyond mechanical & delves into life & nature. He will modify genomes, fill in lost part of genomes of extinct animals, & even create genomes from scratch (synthetic life). Thus genetic modification is allowed.
  6. Through God we receive the gift of everlasting youth.
  7. At the end of tribulation, Christ shall assume power and rule over all nations on earth. And the nations will prove God’s glory through happiness and joy of citizens. In God’s Kingdom, anyone and everyone who follow him are happy.
  8. God has plan for each person to reach fulfillment. God defines economic systems which create employment and entrepreneurial scope for citizens and God reforms education system accordingly (to match demand).
  9. The story of God doesn’t end in technology but expands itself to business and trade. God wants to create materialistic abundance through his business endeavors. Through businesses God will enrich lives of people and bring about economic development of nations on earth.
  10. (1/2) Christ can open wide the doors and look beyond the horizon. He switches his part between being radical and being conservative as necessary and in grace.
  11. (2/2) He becomes radical but proves his point through miracles and explanation and becomes conservative when is demanded and as he understands our hearts.
  12. (1/2) Lord’s conservatism is revealed when he fulfills prophecies or stands on the verge of fulfilling prophecies and shows us signs of great glory.
  13. (2/2) And it is illustrated when he explains everything there is in the universe, even yet uncharted territories – material and spiritual – using traditional doctrine and structure.
  14. The mystery of Lord is, though infinite, he is willing to conform to traditional establishment. He is not afraid of being challenged. Rather he participates and proves his stand through arguments and discussions.
  15. God doesn’t intend on starting from void. Rather the Spirit of God evolves and prepares the world until God takes over.
  16. “Whatever I say, the Spirit will prove,” says the Lord God.
  17. God is a fulfiller of dreams. He searches our dreams. We co-create our life and future with him – the mighty Lord.
  18. (1/2) It is our great privilege to be able to wonder what God in human form is like. And as we begin to understand this mystery, we realize, God understands the world at every level of detail – from the highest principles to individual atoms & constituents.
  19. (2/2) He makes decisions from deep understanding. And once made, he becomes rock until destination is reached. Surely, God is both the captain of our destiny and maker of the way.
  20. The spirit of God reveals our virtues, but also sins.
  21. Christ will reform education system of nations. He will administer Catholic schools, colleges and universities.
  22. In the Kingdom of God, people will be more beautiful and holy.
  23. The universe is not a dull/bland place, but an abode full of surprises that God deliberately infused. Space travel and colonization open up one such source of surprise.
  24. The Spirit sets limits on what we can do. We can’t go about increasing sensitivity, regaining full sense of self or shortening tribulation period against Spirit’s will.
  25. Our universe has the property of predestination: events are predestined as set out by God.
  26. (1/3) If telepathy proves to be real / exists, is it scientifically explicable or is it a supernatural/spiritual/nonphysical form of communication? :If two people communicate through telepathy in scientifically explicable means, they communicate by sending electromagnetic signals
  27. (2/3) .. (gravitons are too weak, carriers of nuclear forces short distance). We are yet to find central [a] “transmitter/receiver” of electromagnetic signals in the brain or elaborate brain structure to [b] “process received signals”.
  28. (3/3) Neither can we find necessary [c] “encoder-decoder” neural circuits. Sending/receiving electromagnetic signals at long distances between brains require [d] “Relay stations” which are non-existent. Conclusion: Telepathy is nonphysical/supernatural.

Physics

  1. (1/2) Physics at the end of 20th century:- Fundamental theories have been built; Final hurdle: Theory of Everything (TOE). 2018:- There’s plenty of room for new discoveries ..
  2. (2/2) Spacetime Physics, Nuclear Physics/Science, Particle Physics/Science, Atoms with new constituent elements, Materials built with new kinds of Atoms, Physics of complex systems/Condensed matter Physics (deriving chemical, material characteristics from laws of Physics).
  3. The Spacetime we live in is not the only possibility. Rather God, according to his wish, chose parameters that determine the shape of Spacetime of our universe.
  4. The universe is not a dull/bland place, but an abode full of surprises that God deliberately infused. Space travel and colonization open up one such source of surprise.

Bio & Biomedical Sciences

  1. Integration of science and faith: Spirit of God guided biological evolution. Not gradual transformation but sudden rapid changes (brought about by divine intervention) caused a group belonging to one species ‘metamorphose’ into a new species.
  2. God wants to continue his creative endeavor here on earth. He goes beyond mechanical & delves into life & nature. He will modify genomes, fill in lost part of genomes of extinct animals, & even create genomes from scratch (synthetic life). Thus genetic modification is allowed.
  3. Current state of Genetics – Statistical correlations: This gene ‘maybe’ responsible for that phenotype characteristic, with little to no elucidation of intermediary steps.
  4. (1/2) A great many quantities will be invented in Biology to turn the descriptive discipline/disciplines into mathematical sciences. The quantities will have relationships at several levels of abstraction (Genes with biochemical activities,
  5. (2/2) Biochemical activities with Cellular structures and functions, Cellular functions with Tissue parameters). Physiological/Pathological & Anatomical parameters will have mathematical relationship with genes and cellular activities.
  6. Patients can be brought back to life from what is currently known as clinical death and brain death. Christ with his biomedical innovations will push death several ‘stages’ back.

Neuroscience

  1. Grand challenge in Neuroscience: Elucidating Neural coding schemes – how objects, concepts, reasoning and thoughts are represented in the brain.
  2. Does language influence thought? Short: Language molds the abstractions we use in thought process and thus influence thought. (Example: What we internally mean by the word ‘Technology’ – an abstraction in thought.) More interesting: To what extent does language influence thought?

Sciences

  1. How do you pioneer a new mathematical science? 1. Define/Invent new quantities in the discipline under study (Ex.: Force, mass, acceleration in Physics). 2. Discover mathematical relationship among quantities. (See, for example, how Claude Shannon pioneered Information Theory.)
  2. Sciences that are currently Quantitative / Statistical in nature (Example: Economics; Business problems currently tamed with Big Data; Atmospheric science) will be turned into Mathematical Sciences.
  3. Integration of science and faith … God is leading us to this truth.
  4. (1/2) We share the good news of God’s joining of efforts to advance human knowledge. Science as it stands today has been molded, shaped by Spirit according to God’s wish.
  5. (2/2) God shall start from here, make stream of major scientific discoveries, turn existing descriptive disciplines and sciences to mathematical sciences, and pioneer new sciences.

Technology

  1. Anything that is synthetic and not part of nature is technology, including roads, books, furniture, plates, buildings and wheels. Technology is one of God’s many creative / intellectual playgrounds. God creates technologies through which he meets needs of his people.
  2. The Lord will turn technological possibilities and ideas that seem like science fiction and far-fetched into reality.

Artificial Intelligence

  1. (1/2) AI and its impact on Jobs, Employment: In the hands of a sufficiently smart inventor, AI can replace any job, even ‘creative’ ones. Employment has to be and will be protected through government regulation.
  2. (2/2) As we look into the future, we see manual work gradually getting replaced by AI & automation, leaving intellectual pursuits that are core to human life and happiness behind for humans.
  3. Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be unevenly distributed.
  4. Could Artificial Intelligence (AI) ever become a threat to humanity? Short answer: AI (as it is currently understood – computer programs) can never go beyond what its programmers “programmed” (i.e., programmers’ intentions).
  5. (1/2) Can machines/computers ever be conscious? :The functions associated with consciousness can be simulated in computers to limited extent
  6. (2/2) (as complex systems are simulated). But computers, in themselves, can never be conscious in the sense humans are. Machines can be given spiritual body but that is outside scope of engineering.

The Arts

  1. (1/2) Concerning the Arts, the curious mind is inevitably drawn to wonder whether the finished work is God inspired or is it only the experiences and thoughts of artists that are inspired by God. Answer: The finished work is God inspired.
  2. (2/2) In case of novels, the author is given life experiences so that the novel is produced. That’s why we find signs, predictions of future events in artworks. At the highest level, God is the creator of the novelist, his experiences and the novel.

Education

  1. (1/2) Higher education reform in Bangladesh: a. Gradual replacement of descriptive questions in exams with problem-based questions (gradual so that questions never go beyond students’ abilities), especially for engineering, science majors.
  2. (2/2) Medicine – gradual increase of clinical case questions in exams. b. Problem solving culture among students (CS, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Mathematics) > Better prepared for Industry. c. Emphasis on practical, lab work, Projects (engineering, science majors).
  3. (1/2) Stimulating research in Bangladeshi universities: a. Introduction of High quality Journals, Conferences, Workshops. b. Promotion based on research quality (no. of citations, etc.) and output.
  4. (2/2) c. Government research grant based on merit. d. Publication a way of attracting fund from Private sector. Stimulating private sector to collaborate with Academia on research projects.

Academia

  1. (1/2) Christ @ Academia: 1. Scientific / mathematical discoveries; 2. Writing Textbooks, Research Papers; 3. Pioneering new fields / subfields of study; 4. Solving famous problems, Defining & solving new ones;
  2. (2/2) 5. Developing theoretical framework for new / existing / currently underdeveloped areas; 6. Inventing new technologies, Defining & developing theoretical framework for new engineering fields / subfields to study those technologies (Academia<>Industry, Engineering Science).

Business

  1. The story of God doesn’t end in technology but expands itself to business and trade. God wants to create materialistic abundance through his business endeavors. Through businesses God will enrich lives of people and bring about economic development of nations on earth.
  2. Major challenges of E-commerce in developing nations: 1. Payment service (Alternative of debit/credit card.)  2. Nationwide affordable delivery and logistics service (Example: FedEx). 3. Internet access. Trust.
  3. (1/3) ICT for Development (with application instances): 1. Business (E-commerce, B2B Commerce [Alibaba], Job listings) 2. Finance (M-Banking, Mobile payment) 3. Healthcare (Telemedicine) 4. Education (Content sharing, Translation)
  4. (2/3) 5. Information. Digitalization. (Webification, Mapping, Search, Digital Assistant) 6. Government Services (e-forms) 7. Transportation (Car-hailing, Ticketing) 8. Agriculture (Price information, IoT Gadgets) 9. Mass collaboration on specific projects (Crisis mapping).
  5. (3/3) Companies based on above application instances and more will be built in each emerging nation (localized, local language).

United States

  1. (1/2) Bolstering market economy in USA: Current recipe:: 1. Tax cuts 2. Deregulation (“Deconstruction of the Administrative State”).
  2. (2/2) What’s to be done:: 1. Easy to access ‘Information’ about Market, opportunities. 2. Easy Finance: Investors, Bank loans, Venture Capital. 3. Ease of starting business; Administrative complexity elimination. 4. Workforce development; Education modernization.
  3. US Healthcare cost reduction: Reducing FDA drug approval costs (currently: $800 million to $1 billion) -> Reduction of drug costs.
  4. US Healthcare cost reduction: Wearables, Digital medicine -> Remote monitoring. Fewer visits.

Developed Nations

  1. Development in developed nations require revolution in human knowledge and understanding (Infrastructure for flying cars & self driving cars, Smart Cities, revision of our current understanding of Finance).
  2. (1/3) Recipe for growing new Silicon Valleys:- Visionary engineer-entrepreneurs created the first success stories of Valley. But over time: Venture Capital (plus early stage investors, startup incubators), Universities & Research Labs, Government support played vital roles.
  3. (2/3) Any place wanting to be the next Silicon Valley: 1a. Venture Capital ecosystem (with their technical, business growth & management support: Google/Alphabet’s growth into one of the largest companies in United States in terms of market cap)
  4. (3/3) 1b. IPO support, Stock Market 2. University & Research Labs (providing minds & talents, training, employees and ideas; DIY education) 3. Government Laws; Tax cuts and subsidies. 4. Infrastructure 5. Big Market 6. Entrepreneurial, risk-taking culture; Success Stories.
  5. (1/2) Important distinction between Biotech & Software industry: Software industry is mostly concerned with meeting consumer/business needs with software. Biotech products require years of research efforts.
  6. (2/2) Venture capital firms involved in Biotech industry keep close connection with Academic research partners & research labs. With long term research & subsequently costly government approval process, Biotech industry products demand larger investment.

Development (Developing / Emerging)

  1. As poems are artwork to poets, the earth is to me. The world is my canvas, and Bangladesh one of my artworks therein.
  2. Urban development in Bangladesh. Primary focus with regard to quality of life: 1. Uninterrupted Electricity supply 2. Water 3. Gas 4. Congestion-free Transportation 5. High speed Internet at affordable cost.
  3. Urban expansion in Bangladesh. One city (with electricity, water, gas supply) in each Upazila (total number of Upazilas: 492, minus upazilas / thanas belonging to Cities).
  4. Evolution of Bangladesh economy: 1971 -> Socialist. 1975 & onwards -> Center-left. Privatization & Private sector participation. 1991 & onwards -> Fall of Soviet Union; Increased influence of World Bank and IMF. Economic liberalization. Center. 2015 -> Center-right.
  5. Major challenges of E-commerce in developing nations: 1. Payment service (Alternative of debit/credit card.)  2. Nationwide affordable delivery and logistics service (Example: FedEx). 3. Internet access. Trust.
  6. (1/2) Rural development (Developing) through businesses:- Issue: Limited purchasing power of inhabitants. Approach: Entrepreneurial opportunity creation (selling handmade goods to urban population, micro-credit as finance), suitable employment (e.g., light engineering), ..
  7. (2/2) agricultural production increase through modern methods. Healthcare: Development of low cost diagnostic instruments, Telemedicine. Business applications of ICT & Technology. Selling low cost nutrition-added food products.
  8. (1/3) Development of Manufacturing Sector:: a. Thailand, Malaysia: Both countries have sizeable Automotive & Electrical / Electronics industry. Competence: Power, Infrastructure, Required low cost labor, Government support.
  9. (2/3) Mostly developed and licensed by foreign producers. Local producers depend on foreign engineering. Local experts incapable of producing quality marketable Cars / Electronic products.
  10. (3/3) b. India: Power, Infrastructure roadblock to development of manufacturing sector. c. Japan: Education system capable of producing engineering, business experts.
  11. (1/3) ICT for Development (with application instances): 1. Business (E-commerce, B2B Commerce [Alibaba], Job listings) 2. Finance (M-Banking, Mobile payment) 3. Healthcare (Telemedicine) 4. Education (Content sharing, Translation)
  12. (2/3) 5. Information. Digitalization. (Webification, Mapping, Search, Digital Assistant) 6. Government Services (e-forms) 7. Transportation (Car-hailing, Ticketing) 8. Agriculture (Price information, IoT Gadgets) 9. Mass collaboration on specific projects (Crisis mapping).
  13. (3/3) Companies based on above application instances and more will be built in each emerging nation (localized, local language).

Politics

  1. (1/3) In emerging nations, national systems: economic, financial, educational, industrial, are far behind currently available technology & human knowledge frontiers. This leaves room for improvement. So in those nations, political debate centers around “development”.
  2. (2/3) Political parties distinguish themselves with manifesto or propaganda of better development models. In developed nations like United States and United Kingdom, nation’s systems are close to possibility frontiers.
  3. (3/3) Debate (in US, UK) centers around policies / issues (legal or economic choices: Equality or Pro-market, Immigration, Tax, Climate change, Foreign policy, Healthcare expansion or contraction).
  4. (1/2) At the end of tribulation, official arrangements for Christ’s taking over of power begins immediately. A great many political parties will be formed, one in each nation.
  5. (2/2) Christ shall position himself as Head of Government of each nation and meet challenges of individual nation that have been set forth for him.
  6. The Head of Government only makes few decisions. Details are carved at a much lower level.
  7. Each country should be based on its own “distinct” ideology and principles, political and economic inclination. It’s the endless variety that makes our world more interesting.

Climate Change & Technological Innovation

  1. At the end of the tribulation period, Earth’s climate improves. Natural disasters become less frequent and life on earth gets greener. God wants to deal with climate change through technological innovations, and his spiritual authority.

Neuroscience & Consciousness

  1. (1/3) If telepathy proves to be real / exists, is it scientifically explicable or is it a supernatural/spiritual/nonphysical form of communication? :If two people communicate through telepathy in scientifically explicable means, they communicate by sending electromagnetic signals
  2. (2/3) .. (gravitons are too weak, carriers of nuclear forces short distance). We are yet to find central [a] “transmitter/receiver” of electromagnetic signals in the brain or elaborate brain structure to [b] “process received signals”.
  3. (3/3) Neither can we find necessary [c] “encoder-decoder” neural circuits. Sending/receiving electromagnetic signals at long distances between brains require [d] “Relay stations” which are non-existent. Conclusion: Telepathy is nonphysical/supernatural.
  4. Consciousness (awareness of “There I am”) is a non-physical quantity, which resides not in our brains, but in our spiritual body. Consciousness interacts with physical brain.

Living & Well-being

  1. It is possible to regulate and control spiritual body with our physical body and thus maintain well-being. God will show us how.
  2. Just as one can control physical body, one can also control states of mind by BECOMING AWARE OF AND CONTROLLING BODY PARTS. Become aware of emotions, bring awareness to your heart and head. Soothe your physical heart & head and FEEL BETTER. Learn and practice mindfulness.

New Catholic Teachings

 

New Catholic Teachings:

Spirit:

  1. “There are three possible voices in our head: God’s, ours and the voice of the world.”
  2. “The spirit of God informs us, guides us, directs nature, controls our physical and spiritual body. The spirit of God behaves according to strict rules, directions and goals. Its sole purpose is to assist God in accomplishing his great works.”
  3. Lord blesses: “My Spirit, who is on you, will not depart from you, and my words that I have put in your mouth will always be on your lips, on the lips of your children and on the lips of their descendants—from this time on and forever,” says the Lord. (Isaiah 59:21)
  4. “Human created Systems, Technology, Art, Knowledge, Organizations are God inspired.”

 

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Bio / Biomedical Technologies


-> God of Business & Economics (Policy, Forecast, National Budget of all nations, Establishing & running Central Banks, International Finance, Economic Analysis). -> Einstein of Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, Neurology, Psychiatry. -> God of Nanotechnology, Biomedical Engineering. -> God of Physics, Theoretical Physics, Engineering Physics. -> God of Mathematics. -> God of Computer Science. God of Engineering.


Supercomputer with heart, crunching equations to maximize happiness at every moment.

Ride design. Magazine, comic book publishing Platform. DIY tools (Scratch ++, Lego). AR / VR / App experience. Concerts. Theme Parks with specific themes (Jurassic World). Establishing / forming New Nations (195 ++).

Advocates of social causes (Organizer: Emmanuel). Political Par-tay, Government. Ruler over the entire world. Direct/indirect control over most public institutions in every Nation. Majority ownership of most large private corporations in each Nation. Spiritual leader, caregiver of humankind. 

Co-development of Businesses. Career, Education, Job, Government. (9 months USA, 2 months Europe, 1 month rest of the World).

Writing Fictions. Directing Films. Top-ranked / Olympic medal-winning Athlete (Training, Equipment: Emmanuel). Most creative output of each Nation co-produced by Emmanuel.

Most major scientific discoveries, most major technological inventions -> Emmanuel.

Mysterious phenomena / Space / Deep sea exploration.

Body enhancements: Human body version 2.0. Immortality. Everlasting youth. 1000x feelings. Time travel is scientifically possible (already made possible by Extraterrestrial Intelligence). (He will be the first to walk upon many undiscovered paths [telepathy, out-of-body experiences, miraculous]! Nature and spiritual world will open all secrets to him.)


“Infinite knowledge” – How? Learning by thinking.


Mysteries

  • The Rough Guide to Unexplained Phenomena (2nd edition) by Bob Rickard, John Michell

Catholic Teachings II

 

Catholic Teachings II:

Radicalism & Conservatism as applied to Theology:

  1. “In an increasingly complex world of unprecedented scientific and technological challenges, theologians must communicate what is ‘essential’ (as in laws of Physics). “Proclaim the teachings in a new way” … Such a task is done not by changing the message, but by communicating the perennial message with “faithful creativity” to a world experiencing rapid transformations. There needs to be a theology that helps all Christians proclaim and show, most of all, the salvific face of God … Reimagine the church so that it may conform to the teachings that it must proclaim.”
  2. “A faith that doesn’t make us grow is a faith that must grow; a faith that doesn’t question us is a faith that must be questioned.”
  3. “The bold speech of the Church is that Christ is Lord, Christ is the king.”
  4. “The Church is not a cage for the Holy Spirit, that the Holy Spirit also flies out and works outside.”

God, God on Earth:

  1. “Our God is always the God of surprises. From the beginning of the history of salvation, God has surprised his people.”
  2. (Easter) “Christ is risen, and with him he makes our hope and creativity rise, so that we can face our present problems in the knowledge that we are not alone.”

Spirit:

  1. Lord blesses: “My Spirit, who is on you, will not depart from you, and my words that I have put in your mouth will always be on your lips, on the lips of your children and on the lips of their descendants—from this time on and forever,” says the Lord. (Isaiah 59:21)
  2. “The Holy Spirit works in the hearts of non-believers and those of other religious confessions. The Holy Spirit is “universal, he is the spirit of God, who is for everyone.””

Challenges, issues of today’s world:

  1. “We pray … that Jesus Christ will remind us all that he is the most powerful means to break the chains of hate that still bind too many hearts, a truth which lies at the center of Dr. King’s legacy.”
  2. “Let us be attentive, to all situations of injustice and to new forms of exploitation.”
  3. “You are urged to form movements and organizations aimed at overcoming the plagues of corruption and human trafficking.”
  4. God’s word can set right not only individuals but whole societies — if we would receive it.”
    • “So is my word that goes out from my mouth: It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.” (Isaiah 55:11)
  5. “Peace is not just ending a war, but also building a country.”
  6. How harmful corruption is to our Latin American people! Corruption is preventable and calls for commitment from public entities, the private sector and civil society.”
  7. “Access to clean, safe water and proper sanitation can help communities overcome poverty.”
  8. “Help the poor improve their lives through access to banking services.”

Youth & Church:

  1. You are encouraged to study and to take advantage of the educational opportunities available to you. Do not curb your curiosity. Open your eyes to new things; bring the old and the new together in your own way.”
  2. “God’s grace can help overcome young people’s fears & doubts, guide them so their gifts & talents can improve the world, help the church.”
  3. “The Catholic Church wants to listen to young people … but young Catholics must be ready to listen to Jesus and discover where he wants to lead them.”
  4. “Young people should embrace the challenge of building their nation.”

Living:

  1. “Jesus wants us to be saints and not to settle for a bland and mediocre existence.”
  2. “Each person, needs to embrace that unique plan that God willed for each of us from eternity.”

Happiness, Joy:

  1. “Christian joy is usually accompanied by a sense of humor.”

Technology as work of God:

  1. “God with his infinite creativity, will turn ideas that seem like science fiction and far-fetched into reality.”
  2. “.. he has the ability to repair body by reshaping it.”
  3. “Yet you, Lord, are our Father. We are the clay, you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand.” (Isaiah 64:8)

The Arts & Spirit:

  1. “We offer encouragement to those who use art, literature, craftsmanship and music to share their worldview and cultural richness with the world.”

Signs:

  1. “May your tenderness awaken our sensitivity.”
  2. “Jesus performs miracles.”
    • “In the last days, God says, I will pour out my Spirit on all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy, your old men will dream dreams, your young men will see visions. I will show wonders in the heaven above and signs on the earth below, blood and fire and billows of smoke. The sun will be turned to darkness and the moon to blood before the coming of the great and glorious day of the LordAnd everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved. (Joel 2:28-32)
  3. “Christ gathers all the nations before him.”
  4. “Leaders of nations embrace Christ’s teachings and guidance.”
  5. Jesus makes demands: he tells those who seek him to leave behind the armchair of worldly comforts and the reassuring warmth of hearth and home … We must leave our comfort zone to find Jesus.”

Ushering in Kingdom of God:

  1. “.. to live with confidence that the Lord really will destroy sin and death, and that we will be able to live with Him in great joy. He knew that the definitive Kingdom that God is preparing is real and very much worth devoting one’s entire life to.”

World to come:

  1. “In the grand future, God will make all things new. In a realm of eternal light, he will rule over everything. There will be profound peace. Nations shall walk by his light. Every nation on earth will adore him.”
  2. “Christ will perform the most dramatic miracles.”
  3. (“The messiah will be a great political leader. He will be a charismatic leader, inspiring others to follow his example. He will be a great military leader. He will be a great judge, who makes righteous decisions.”)
  4. “His rule will be one of unprecedented peace and prosperity and he will be king over the entire world.”
  5. “The laws of nature will change, so that predatory beasts will no longer seek prey and agriculture will bring forth supernatural abundance.”
  6. “Christ is the ‘Supreme World Teacher’. Young as he is, he is a ‘Master’ among ‘Masters’. People of the world will lead life under his guidance.”
    • “For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,” declares the Lord. “As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.” (Isaiah 55:8-9) 
  7. “Death will be swallowed up forever.”
    • “Never again will there be in it an infant who lives but a few days, or an old man who does not live out his years; the one who dies at a hundred will be thought a mere child.” (Isaiah 65:20)
  8. “He will be a young king, a counselor. The government will be on his shoulders from a young age. Leaders of nations will look to him for guidance.”
  9. “Theological truths will be equally obvious to mankind, and there will be no reason to argue about it.”
    • “For the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the Lord as the waters cover the sea.” (Isaiah 11:9)
  10. “Christ will establish righteousness upon earth.”
  11. “In the Kingdom of God, people will be more beautiful and holy. God has prepared us for the purpose of being clothed with our heavenly body.”
    • “We grow weary in our present bodies, and we long to put on our heavenly bodies like new clothing.” (2 Corinthians 5:2)
    • “Then the eyes of the blind shall be opened, and the ears of the deaf shall be unstopped. Then the lame shall leap like a deer, and the tongue of the dumb sing.” (Isaiah 35:5-6)
  12. “Lord will herald an age of abundance.”
  13. “When we believe that Jesus rose from the dead, we declare the hope and joy that we, too, will.”
  14. “In a myriad ways, according to your particular missions, bring something of heaven to earth.”

Rule over all nations:

  1. “Christ will reform education system of nations. He will administer Catholic schools, colleges and universities.”
  2. “Catholics have a duty to shape the political landscape.”
    • Survey: just 26% of American adults said the Republican and Democratic parties are doing an adequate job representing the American people, while 71% said a third party is needed.”
  3. (To Chilean youth) “The path forward, the dreams that have to be concrete, the always looking to the horizon has to be done with feet on the ground. It begins on the ground of the homeland. God calls you to love your homeland. You are asked to be catalysts for change in Chile.”

Challenges, issues of nations:

  1. “Peace and progress start with education .. We ask the Spirit to guide the steps of everyone present, so that the university is able continue to bear fruit for the good of the people and for the glory of God.”
  2. “Promote economic models that create the proper conditions for the human person to thrive.”
  3. “Let us be attentive to the lack of steady employment, which destroys lives and homes.”
  4. “The recurring financial instabilities have brought new problems and serious challenges that governments must confront.”

Future of Church:

  1. “The Church is not alien to our problems and our lives, does not want to be aloof from our way of life and organization.”
  2. “And you see the people from east to west entering into the religion of God in multitudes.”
    • “Christ shall convert billions of non-Christians to the religion of God. He will build Churches all around the globe.”
  3. “Each culture and each worldview that receives Christ’s teachings enriches the Church by showing a new aspect of Christ’s face.”
  4. “Prayer heals the sick, sanctifies work, elevates healthcare and gives moral strength.”