Evolution of Darkness

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  • Copyright: 2012-01-06
  • Publisher: Textstream
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In the beginning, darkness caused itself to explode, causing the event science calls the big bang and Christianity refers to as creation. Many have associated darkness with nothing, but author Hyginus Mathurin describes darkness as the actual primitive state of the Creator. Evolution of Darkness presents a revolutionary perspective on the physical development of Darkness as it creates its physical kingdom in the universe. Mathurin is concerned with the nature of Darkness, not as the dwelling place of the Creator, but as the actual Creator. He takes a bold step to declare that the universe is the actual Evolution of Darkness. Evolution of Darkness is a declaration that the universe is perfect and could not have existed any other way. Every act and every thought is necessary for its effective operation.


In spite of the many years of the disagreement between evolutionists and theologians, there is one significant common understanding; the Beginning was Darkness! This is the fundamental premise of all truth, because Darkness is the first known manifestation of energy. What happened after that explosion of life has been the subject of years of speculations and separations between scientists and theologians. In this chapter, I will make manifest the truth that existed, borrowing from theology and science, thereby creating a merger of the two. We have heard what men say in defense of their idiosyncratic perceptions, but here you will be given the opportunity to make your own decisions. The fact that Darkness is the only original substance in the entire universe—both physical and spiritual—may be disputed by men of sound intellectual persuasions, but in actuality, there is no evidence to the contrary. Darkness is generally referred to as nothing, even by men with great intellectual accomplishments. Science speaks of a fortuitous concourse of evolutionary events—yet they seem to agree that it all started with a Big Bang. Theologians, on the other hand, say that Darkness is the absence of Light, and go as far as calling Darkness the representation of the Devil. It is not logical to draw a conclusion in favor of the arguments presented by theologians or scientists. The highest probable cause of a Big Bang, considering the constitution of intelligent life, and the universal characteristics of all forms of life, makes it absurd to consider the Big Bang the birth of a fortuitous concourse of events. It is also illogical to consider that Darkness, which is the birthplace of all forms of life, is the representation of a lesser force—the fabricated satanic enemy of the favored deities of organized religions. My lay opinion on this matter is that Darkness, "Dark Energy" or "vacuum energy" is as mysterious as the origin of the universe. Therefore, it is the only intelligent force or authority responsible and capable of creating this seemingly chaotic universe, where even the chaos is essential to the creation as the beauty of the life that comes out of it. The only credible thing, force, intelligence, or God with the ability to cause a Big Bang, develop light, and effectively manage the evolution of the universe is the Darkness. Darkness is uncontrollable and permeates all space; it is natural and absolutely invisible, yet its dark presence is felt in all the earth and the universe at large. There is enough evidence against both thoughts of science and theology to conclude that they are special interests institutions. They will do everything in their power to defend their grounds—even when there is evidence to the contrary. Definitions of Darkness Light is defined and called anything from "a stimulating agent" to the act of understanding. Darkness, on the other hand, has yet to be adequately defined. It is known as everything negative and, moronically, the absence of light. Every common human expression with regard to Darkness is corrupted by the accepted definitions. It is a shame that the manifestations of Darkness as the mysterious intelligence behind this developing universe are being ignored. Theological and philosophical perceptions do not affect its existence. It is customary among men to speculate and—even in full view of credible evidence—that will not change now.

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