Atheists reject or resist structural
conceptualizations of the Ineffable.
Atheists embrace a Newtonian mechanical
model of a dead reality.
Atheists, as a social group,
embrace the State as Savior.
The term atheism originated from the Greek
αθεος (atheos), meaning "without god(s)",
used as a pejorative term applied to
those thought to reject the "deities"
worshipped by the larger
With the spread of free thought,
skeptical inquiry, and
subsequent increase in criticism of
religion, application of the term
narrowed in scope.
In the 18th century individuals identify
themselves using the word "atheist".
Atheism is accepted within some
religious and spiritual belief systems, including
Neopagan movements such as
Jainism and some forms of Buddhism do not advocate belief in deities,
whereas Hinduism holds atheism to be valid, but most schools view
the path of an atheist
to be difficult to follow in matters of conscience.
personifications of the Natural Action of
Deities exist in that they live within the minds of the
Conceivers as Conceptual
Constructs that describe the Natural
Action of Reality.
Atheists think there is
no volition behind these
As human minds structurally recognize
Conceptual Constructs those
Conceptual Constructs imprint
That imprint of Reality is based on the
Volition of the
fungible assets and
At this point in history these
Conceptual Constructs control our
"If God did not exist it would be necessary
to invent God.
Nature cries aloud,
an immense power,
order, everything teaches us our own
dependence on it."
Francois Marie Arouet
faithless to moral
are evil people,
corrupt children who have
"The horror and pain of the world are forged out
the ego's blindness." -
knowledge of spiritual
patterns inherent in Nature;
walking in hand with the
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