Randomness and religion

Einstein once said “God does not play with dice“. This is a typical motto of an materialist scientist. They deny the potentiality for free will. Indeed materialists are all about determinism. If they hear you talking about randomness, they try to convince you that randomness does not exist. Sounds strange, right?

In Wikipedia you can read the following phrases about randomness and religion:

Randomness can be seen as conflicting with the deterministic ideas of some religions, such as those where the universe is created by an omniscient deity who is aware of all past and future events. If the universe is regarded to have a purpose, then randomness can be seen as impossible. This is one of the rationales for religious opposition to evolution, which states that non-random selection is applied to the results of random genetic variation.


In this regard, you need to be aware of the ongoing political battle between “atheists” and “creationists” in the US. In other countries on this planet people don’t care about this strange conflict. Creationism for example is almost unknown in Europe. They don’t misuse these aspects of the believe system for their political agenda. Creationists in the US reveal to not have a lot of insight into the creation account of the Bible. They just want to achieve political power with their standpoint.

Exceptions to the rule

Let’s analyse these statement “an omniscient deity who is aware of all past and future events“. If God would like to know everything, he could observe every little minuscule atom from the beginning to the end of the entire universe and this would determine the state of all particles, even reduce randomness to zero. But if he would do that, where is the point in creating a physical universe?


We know that the Quantum Zeno Effect on a macroscopic level could lead to different phenomena already mentioned in the Bible. For example the burning bush which Moses saw in the desert is evidence for an angel observing the burning process. The result was a burning bush which was not consumed by the fire. The fire indeed could have a lot in common with electric plasma. (Exodus 3:2 … “As he kept looking, he saw that the thornbush was on fire, and yet the thornbush was not consumed“). Or the fact that the garments of the israelites did not wear out during the 40 years in the desert, as described in Deuteronomy 29:5, is in coherence with the effect exhibited by the angel in Exodus 3:2. These are exceptions to the rule. Well, don’t expect that every priest know such things. Indeed most priests don’t know the content or the main message of the Bible. Their main interest is in politics. No wonder religion lose territory.

In Genesis 1:26 is said “Let us make man in our image, according to our likeness“. Human beings was created with a free will. This requires a universe that allows free will. From the idealist point of view consciousness is the base of the physical universe, therefore this precondition is fulfilled. From the materialist point of view God does not exist and no free will is possible. So, why do atheists claim that religion and randomness is a contradiction? They contradict themselves (which is normal for nihilists, they always contradicts themselves)! If they deny free will, then they deny randomness too. And where then is their base for their evolution myth?

Randomness and the Masterplan

The other claim is “If the universe is regarded to have a purpose, then randomness can be seen as impossible.” Almost all processes on subatomic level are random. Consciousness is able to bring order in this chaotic state. But why do we call randomness chaotic? Real chaos is unpredictable. Randomness is formable. It represents the prima materia of the alchemist. The mind influence the outcome of the random process. In PSI experiments conducted by Dean Radin and colleagues, the mind of the observer proved to be able to push the result of a random process in an specific direction. This way we can alter the random state and order it to a certain point according to our will.

Is this then contrary to free will? If God observes the randomness of our universe, would this limit our free will to zero? No! Who said that God is not able to “selectively observe“?! He can chose to observe at a level where not all processes are involved. This leaves plenty room for us humans to have enough space for our free will. We can do a lot of things and still the master plan of God will be fulfilled. This does not mean, that everything is determined. Prophecies involves mostly a group of people or entire nations, not individuals. When God predicts the fall of Babylon the Great City, he did not predict the fall of single individuals (indeed he also said “get out of her my people” … who are they? Everyone is able to exhibit his free will and chose if they want to get out of this criminal organization before the End comes). Even when he predicted that Babylon the ancient city would have been conquered by a man named Cyros, he did not predict every aspect of his life. Cyros was able to live his life with a free will. Just the one aspect of the conquest was predicted, everything else was free.

Evolution and randomness

The last phrase states “This is one of the rationales for religious opposition to evolution, which states that non-random selection is applied to the results of random genetic variation.” Materialists state that God does not exist, but pure chance brought us here. Evolution requires randomness and yet the math proves that pure randomness would never allow that a living cell could evolve out of dead matter.

Fatal Flaws: What Evolutionists Don't Want You to Know by [Hank Hanegraaff, Phillip E. Johnson]
The fool says in his heart: “God does not exist” (Psalm 14:1)

The evolution mythology requires a primitive cell that is so simple, that randomness could bring it to existence. Hank Hanegraaff wrote in his book “Fatal Flaws” that molecular biology has proved that there is no such thing as a “primitive cell”. The idea that protozoa are primitive cells originated from Darwin. He was not aware how complex biological cells in reality are. His very limited knowledge and his grudge against the church lead to claiming that there is an alternative explanation for how life could come to existence. This is the materialistic point of view, reducing everything to its elements and then explaining somehow this single elements put together could have brought life to existence. At best this is just mythology or worse, it is a lie. You chose!

Free Will and Randomness

Randomness and probability proves that a mind (or spirit) must be involved in the creation of the world. Genesis 1:2 says “Now the earth was formless and desolate, and there was darkness upon the surface of the watery deep, and God’s active force was moving about over the surface of the waters“. What is God’s active force? His mind or his spirit! A force that is able to bring order into randomness. The formless earth became ordered and structured during the terraforming process. Genesis 1:9 “Let the waters under the heavens be collected together into one place, and let the dry land appear” … this is a process of inserting meaningful order into an unordered state.

John Carew Eccles wrote in his book “How the Self Controls Its Brain” that random process inside our brain are altered by an invisible and immaterial mind. Eccles proposed that each of the 40 million dendrons is linked with a mental unit, or “psychon“, representing a unitary conscious experience. In willed actions and thought, psychons act on dendrons and, for a moment, increase the probability of the firing of selected neurons through quantum tunneling effect in synaptic exocytosis, while in perception the reverse process takes place. Also he wrote that there can be mind-brain action without violating the principle of the conservation of energy. His statements are too much for materialists. They deny that something invisible and immaterial like a “psychon” consciousness unit could exist. Randomness is required for their evolution, but it is also a thorn in their eyes regarding the free will they so often try to deny.


Einstein said that God does not play dice, then why did he not believe in God? Evolution is not science, it is another religion who worships the “mother” (matter) instead of the father (spirit). Madonna, Semiramis, Ishtar, the wife of Nimrod, all the same. Matter is below spirit, but they try everything possible to deny that. Indeed even mythology is a thorn in the eyes of every materialist, even if they base almost all the names of chemical elements on mythological names. Mythology is the residue of the one big trauma process by the collective subconsciousness. There is an apparent good reason why they want to get rid of religion and religious organization worldwide. They have reached the point in history where they cannot lie anymore about their true belief system. Indeed they wish they could show the world their true nature. But the world is not ready to accept their lies. Therefore a huge sacrifice is required in order to buy more time. Science is about gaining knowledge and solving problems. Science is also a process of our consciousness. If consciousness lacks a truth, it also lacks to achieve eternity. Once consciousness reach a certain threshold of acquiring insight, the entire collective consciousness jumps into a new state. From there is no turning back. Materialists maybe know this. Maybe they already know what is involved in this great and secret show. More in the next post.

Published by isuretpolos

Author of the book "Strange Phenomenons in Homeopathy" and the open source project AetherOnePi radionics.

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