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DIVINE ETYMOLOGY ARGUMENTBy Andrew Seas

In setting the stage for the Divine Etymology, it is paramount to articulate a foundational understanding of the divine—what we herein refer to as God. In this context, God transcends conventional anthropomorphic notions, taking the form of a third-party intelligence operating at scales imperceptible to our ordinary senses. Envision this cosmic architect not only below the sub-atomic Planck scale but also woven intricately into the very fabric of all matter. This conception posits God as the hidden weaver of reality, manipulating the fundamental elements of existence, permeating every atom and synapse. From this vantage point beneath the sub-atomic scale, the divine intelligence projects, in real time, the phenomena we perceive as reality.

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