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Romans and Greeks liked to debate the existence of Gods in the universe.

God and the ten commandments have shown us drugs and alcohol are not normal by the way they subject the rest of society to a litany of abuse. We know television, and Hollywood movies with their encouragement into debased subject matter is not normal, yet those that are supposed to protect the majority forsake us for their own profligacy.

What went wrong, was society trusted too many, too often; and by this time we might have expected an apology for their contrived acts of selfishness. But if I was you, I wouldn't hold my breath in anticipation. For their lack of courage, the rest of humanity has been left to vegetate in a pit of indecency.

When we vacated God's law for man's, we hit the slippery slope from cohesion to iniquity. We can begin to understand quite easily where it all went wrong.

When we embarked on a policy of placing faith in men, rather than God, we undertook some essential changes: We started to believe man had an ability to predetermine events; the very basic substance inside us all, that not even science can explain: Emotions, feelings and natural, some might even say, normal attributes that make a complex entity what it is.

And while legislation can allow for practical events, it never encounters the indigenous qualities which become the essence of life, and indeed, survival. Only God has an insight into these, and perhaps still today, only God truly understands their mechanics.

But to delve more deeply among God's insight into us, we may first have to ask him!

We could literally ask God those more intimate questions?

It might on first assumption sound ridiculous, to believe one day we might make contact with The Lord Almighty, to extend an inquiring mind and ask the reasoning behind us: But why not? What's stopping us?

Before we move any further, you need to ask yourself one probing question: Do you believe in God? If the answer to that is yes, you might like to examine our earlier evaluation and conclude an audience with the almighty our divine right, yet the prerequisite should be, we must prepare ourselves for what might eventually appear.

We could dismiss the thought as absurd, but before we do, we must investigate and examine that which surrounds any debate. If you said you do believe in God, and are honest with yourself, you must naturally assume God does exist. If then you continue with your belief, and you do hold to God's existence, then surely you must believe he can also be contacted.

We proposed in other chapters, that God would be one of two things, either matter or energy. And if God is either of these, then there is no logical reason on Earth why God should not be, first detected, and then subsequently provoked. And if you say that's impossible, then surely you don't believe in God in the first place. Because you simply cannot believe on one hand God exists, but on the other hand, insist God may not be contacted: Although I suppose it would be entirely up to God as to whether he chooses to pick up the telephone or not, to speak metaphorically.

And so, how would we go about this monumentous task, and what might it entail?

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Below is a list of chapters for the Metaphysics Anthology. The book itself is designed as abit of fun! One man thinking out loud. You should not see it as science, merely enjoy the imagination of the human mind in full swing.

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