I am always pleased to hear from anyone interested in these
ideas and especially one who has read my book. I am embarrassed to say I don't
remember meeting you, but we must have some other interest, as I see you emailed
me from my political website instead of the Alien Physics website. If we have
met please accept my apologies for not remembering. If you could refresh my
memory that would be fun. But the most fun is in answering your question that
indeed most people find very difficult but that Christ answered very directly
Did Jesus not say something like, "He that believeth in
me shall never die?" Most people dismiss that as something to happen later
after we die. Well, then Jesus was just pulling our leg, right? Wrong! He was
very straight and open about it, we just don't understand how he could say it
until we possess eternal life by our death, resurrection and ascension with him
to sit down in the Heavenly places with Christ Jesus as did at least I know St.
Paul and myself did as stated by Paul in Ephesians 2:6.
Remember that the record of the Baptism of Christ by John does
not only demonstrate the Trinity of personalities but also the Complementary
Capacity of Christ to both implete or fill the cosmos but to envelop
or contain the cosmos. You have come very close to answering your friend's
question, because it does depend on what you described below. He that identifies
with Christ does so in his death, resurrection and ascension. One that does so
is where Christ is now. They are then in the Kingdom of Heaven on earth. So the
real question is "how could one possibly die when they already have eternal
life and live presently in the Kingdom of Heaven?" The very definition of
eternal life does not permit death. Death is swallowed up in
It is obvious then that eternal life has nothing to do with
people walking around thinking they are alive, when if fact we now know they are
dead. As Jesus said, "Let the dead bury their dead, but come and follow
me." Who's dead - all these people walking around thinking they are alive.
They are worried about death because they are dead. The dead do not live and
they do not live later after what they consider death. But the eternal do not
regard the body as life but merely a vessel of their eternal life.
But now her full question: "What happens when we
die?" First we don't die as said above. Then what state are we in after we
temporarily lose our vessels? We are at one with Christ and the entire cosmos to
the end of the galaxies and beyond until we receive our glorified body as Christ
now has. We therefore wait at one with Christ and all space and time until the
return of Christ and the resurrection of our bodies to unite with our life or
eternal space or spirit. At that time we will be able to manifest our bodies
where we want them anywhere in space in the twinkling of an eye. Why wonder what
is after death when you can die now with Christ and find out exactly what is on
the other side? That was fun and I hope you enjoyed that as
much as I did.
Good luck at UT Dallas and feel free to email me as often as
you like with any questions.
Hyperspace Extraterrestrial Alienee
A couple months ago I bought your
book and have thoroughly enjoyed reading it. The concepts contained
therein are valuable in that they make sense both Biblically and logically.
I'm about to begin the process of re-reading it to solidify the concepts in
I was discussing cosmic theology (your book in particular)
with a friend last night. I explained to her the relationship of the
Trinity as you described so well through the account of Jesus' baptism.
When He died, all of creation within Him died and was then resurrected
with him as new creation. When we as Christians receive the knowledge
of grace, we, like Christ, become united with God, and hence we contain all
She then asked me, "What happens when we die?"
I admitted to her that I did not have an answer to that question,
because it seems to me that if we contain the cosmos as Christ did, if any
of us were to die, all of creation would then die as well. How then do
you explain the death of Christians?
This was the major hole I have
not been able to reconcile after reading your book, but I hope you will be
able to provide a good answer.