Spirit-Hilary L. Hunt M.D.

cropped-img_0360-1-e1509913859388.pngSpirit: now here is a word that is commonly used, and frequently with different connotations. So I ask you, just what is ‘spirit’ anyway. Likely you would say drive, animation, liveliness,  etc. Then I might inquire about the Holy Spirit, and if you were Christian, your response would be a forthright; “it’s the third person of the Trinity”. Then I might inquire about what that ‘third person of the Trinity’ means. What meaningful information could you give me? I suspect you would be stumped for a meaningful answer. And why am I allowed to say that?

Very plainly the Trinity refers to the three persons in a God who is  presumed to exist. Notice I said ‘presumed’—why didn’t I say “who is known to exist”? Lots of folks would retort that they ‘know’ it because they ‘believe’ it. But does believing make it so? I think not—folks have believe all sorts of thing that later were proven to be false. For instance, there was once a time when people were certain that the earth was flat, and in addition it was the center of the universe—Galileo Galilei discovered that the sun was the center of our little universe (solar system). His discovery almost cost him his life—The Inquisition was going to burn him at the stake until he retracted his scientific discovery. He spent the last nine years of his life under house arrest for his ‘foolish’ assertion. It was also falsely believed under penalty of death that the earth was supported on five crooked legs. Because of that false belief, sex anywhere except on the ground was punishable by burning at the stake—the vibrations created by sex on an elevated bed might cause the wobbly legs to collapse and the earth would topple into the netherworld below.

IMG_0082So you might ask what’s my point. My point is rather simple—faith does not equilibrate with fact. A cursory examination of history will plainly show the massive turmoil our earth has endured because of faith. What ‘faith’ had done is generate thousands and thousands of religions, each with a competing idea about a god which it cannot define, but with a definitive method for appeasement. That’s what religion has done and is still doing—the turmoil continues at a torrid pace.

You might say; “man, where are you going with this?” And, I say; “if you cannot define the essence of your god, then you realistically have no god—you have a myth. Sounds pretty harsh, doesn’t it?—could anything be more harsh than the unending turmoil created and perpetuated by religion? I’d venture to say you’d be hard-pressed to identify it. Just in case you don’t understand, essence is that singular quality which makes something what it basically is.

So what does all that have to do with spirit (Holy Spirit) ?—everything. It is not possible to have a concrete  understanding of the Holy Spirit without defining the essence of God. I am the only human who ever lived who has irrefutably defined the essence of God—check it out—sounds egotistical but true. I defined God’s essence thus: God is a perfect rational being. That means that God has a Perfect Intellect which perceives all and a Perfect Will which achieves all. When Gods Perfect Intellect reflects upon its perfect perceptions, it sees a perfect mirror image of itself. In the supernatural both images are live beings. Those two perfect images have no choice except to accept (will, choose, love) that Perfection. That loving, willing, choosing, accepting each other is the Will of God, the Holy Spirit. That spirit is the ‘driving’ force which enlivens and keeps perfect each particle of God’s creation (imagination).

IMG_1065That takes right back to the everyday understanding of ‘spirit’—drive, animation, liveliness. The Holy Spirit (Will of God, Gods Love, God’s choosing, God’s acceptance) is the Perfect Driving Force who keeps all of creation perfect.

So how does that play into our understanding of spirituality. Many might and probably do equilibrate religiosity with spirituality—they presume that because they are religious, they are spiritual. And I can guarantee you that nothing could be farther from the truth. Spirituality entails the knowledge and understanding that the Holy Spirit (Will, Love, Choice, Acceptance of God) is indelibly branded onto every particle of energy of which all things are made. That brings Paul’s assertion that ‘we are temples of the Holy Spirit’ into clear focus.

I have written extensively about this subject in my two books, Wilderness Cry, and Peace in Spirituality. Covenant books published both. I have attached their press release and video trailer for each. I would encourage you to read my little books to increase your scope of understanding, but more importantly, to relieve yourself of the terrible blanket of guilt imposed on you by religion.  You are guilty of nothing but being a child of God who cherishes you with Perfect Love.

906242_Press Release for Wilderness Cry

Press Release for Peace in Spiritiality

Essence-Hilary L. Hunt M.D.

cropped-img_0360-1-e1509913859388.pngDo you know what a ‘thing-a-ma-jig’ is? Well, specifically speaking, neither do I. But I’d bet my last dollar that if you were to eavesdrop on a group of West Kentucky farmers sitting around a pot-bellied stove, you wouldn’t have to listen very long until you heard the term, thing-a-ma-jig. Each one, in turn, sooner or later is likely to utter the term during an attempt to explain a solution to some farm or machinery problem. However, not one of his listeners have the foggiest notion of what the other’s thing-a-ma-jig is, but true to the usual, each pretends to know exactly what he means.

Now that scenario is ‘common as house flies’, but more importantly represents the exact basis for most everyday conversation—everyone talks in undefined terms, and all the listeners, pretending to understand, learn nothing. Then each, in turn, spurts forth a barrage of ill- or undefined terms that no one truly understands but seldom questions—and they call that conversation.

IMG_0082I believe it was the famous Greek philosopher, Socrates, who, being continually annoyed by such jargonistic speech, counselled his acolytes to “question everything”. The hoity-toity Greeks didn’t want to be ‘questioned’—so they killed him.  What he meant was, ‘if one cannot define his/her terms, they likely are meaningless. Do not waste your time engaging in meaningless talk’.

So that brings us back to the thing-a-ma-jig. If one does not, nor cannot define the essence of his/her terms, they are meaningless to everyone except him/her. That, of course, means that everyone’s thing-a-ma-jig is theirs alone—just like Santa Claus. So what is essence anyway. Essence may be defined as that singular quality that makes something what it basically is. Without that ‘essential’ understanding of terms, conversation has no real meaning.

So it is with God and love—likely the two most used (misused) nouns in language. In the case of  ‘love’, it is used to express delight in something or someone, whereas, in reality, it means acceptance—its synonyms could be will, choice, spirit. The word ‘like’ which means to generate sensual pleasure should more appropriately be used.

In the case of God, it typically refers to a supreme being. However, since that supreme being has never been defined, it basically is a thing-a-ma-jig—everyone’s God is his/hers alone with no possibility of any two being exact—no one can tell anyone else  what the exact essence of their god is.

IMG_1065I mentioned that the essence of God has never been defined—that is until August of 2016 when I published the first of my two philosophy books, Wilderness Cry. After fifty to sixty years of intense study and pondering, and with the explicit help of Particle Physics (Quantum Mechanics), I came to the startling realization of what and who God is. God’s ‘absolute essence’ can be summed up in six simple words—God is a Perfect Rational Being. That essential definition says it all—absolutely nothing can be added nor deleted. God’s perfect intellect perceives all, and his perfect will (love) achieves and maintains all. That perfect Love precludes any possibility of a ‘hell’—simultaneously, Gods perfect nature precludes any possibility of ‘physical miracles’. A physical miracle would require a ‘change’ of God’s perfect nature—since Gods nature is perfect, change is impossible.

So I would encourage you to read my two books, Wilderness Cry and Peace in Spirituality. In their reading, you will instantly be able to eliminate the ‘thing-a-ma-jigs’, in your life—you will instantly have a clear understanding of God and his workings.

I have included Covenant Books’  press releases and short video trailers for each of my books. I trust you will review them.

906242_Press Release for Wilderness Cry

Press Release for Peace in Spiritiality

Just And Merciful God-Hilary L Hunt MD

cropped-img_0360-1-e1509913859388.pngDo You think God is just and/or merciful? I think God is neither, and here’s why. In my book, Wilderness Cry, I define the essence of God as ‘A perfect Rational Being’. That Prefect Rationality demands  Perfect Love. Perfect Love means ‘acceptance without conditions’.

Consider this—if God were truly Just, not a single person who ever lived could possibly attain heaven. Every last one of us would be condemned to hell, no matter how ‘holy’ we pretend to be. If God were truly ‘merciful’, he would be playing tricks on us—he created each of us with a selfish nature, so if he is the culprit, how can he blame us—he made us that way.

God is neither ‘just’ nor ‘merciful’—God is Perfect Love. And that means very simply that God accepts us exactly the way we are, no matter how evil we may seem to each other. That ‘acceptance’ became visible through the death of Jesus, a mirror image of both God and us.

IMG_0082God made his universe to be %100 evil (selfish) for a very specific reason—so he could die in atonement and become ‘Perfect Love’. God actually ‘needed’ a love object equal to the ‘love task’—what better love object than an entire universe/s of evil (selfishness) which he, himself created.

Consider this; selfishness demands ‘satisfaction’ of needs—that satisfaction demands ‘change’—‘time’ is a measure of change. If there were no change, there would be no time—the universe would be ‘frozen in eternity’ which, by definition, is a state of being without change. God would have no ‘vehicle’ for showing ‘perfect love’. With his ‘super-genius’  mind, Jesus saw through that principle, and since he was the only one to recognize it, he knew that he was the messiah—he had to die to ‘pay the price’ of perfect love.

In its truest sense, we and every tree leaf, star, grain of sand, and every other entity in this universe are merely puppets on God’s giant stage. Because we are ‘players’ in his game, we are loved and accepted without consideration.

IMG_1065So what conclusions can be drawn? Many, many, but the most important are these—hell is an impossibility; everyone is destined for eternal bliss; physical miracles, as such, are an impossibility (any miracle would demand God change his nature and since that is imposable, so are miracles).

Considering all of the above leaves one simple conclusion—our only ‘justifiable’ prayer is simply “thank you Lord God, Jesus, and Holy Spirit (Will Of God). Amen.”

In my two books, Wilderness Cry and Peace in Spirituality, These concepts are developed to the fullest. In their reading, you will see clearly how ‘religion’ is the antithesis of this philosophy. Religions of all types are generally ‘begging and pleading’ God for something he has already done—lovingly given us eternal bliss, not through ‘justice and mercy’, but rather through his ‘Prefect Love’.

906242_Press Release for Wilderness Cry

Press Release for Peace in Spiritiality

SPIRITUALITY OR RELIGION-Hilary L Hunt MD

cropped-img_0360-1-e1509913859388.pngDuring the last thirty years or so I have become more and more aware of the disconnect between Religion and Spirituality. On the surface one might consider those two concepts as being more or less one and the same—far from it. When we dig below the surface of any and all religions we find the same malady (sickness). Each of its kind, in turn, is afflicted with a variant strain of the same virus. Each is attempting, and I might say rather successfully, to control your mind and your purse. Each tells you that they offer something special which none other can offer. Furthermore, each is continually trying to convert ( steal) other groups members, and for what purpose?—more money, power, influence.

So how is it possible that 7+ billion people can be so divided over what seemingly should be a rather simple subject, God, Allah, Yahweh, Buddha, Brahma etc. The answer is very simple— no one knows about whom they speak. No one has ever defined the  essence of their Supreme Being– that is, no one before me. And that simple, singular fact is responsible for all the confusion and conflict in the universe. Spirituality is impossible. All we have is divisive, destructive religion.

IMG_0082Just what is religion anyway? Religion may be defined as a set of cultist practices aimed at a mythical god either as appeasement for our offenses or for gaining favor over others (a higher place in heaven). You may scream and kick and call me a heretic and blasphemer, but then, all I ask you to do is to define the essence of your god—and I will show you post-haste that your god is a myth—you can’t define it—I did. Because of a lack of that essential definition, we have in the world 33,000 so-called Christian religions alone—to say nothing about all the sub-sects of the other Great religions of the world.——–Spirituality is impossible.

Three years ago after 60+ years of intense study and deliberation, I was finally able to define the essence of God (Supreme Being).  I published that definition and expounded on many of its ramifications in my little book Wilderness Cry-A Scientific And Philosophical Approach to Understanding God And the Universe. I show in unmistakable terms how the concepts of God as portrayed in the Old Testament are pure mythology. The Israelites conjured up a god right out of their own play-book. They carried him around on their shoulders so they had total control of his whereabouts; they bargained with him down to the last penny (person); they offered him sacrifices in appeasement. Moreover, they proclaimed him to be their god alone—their god would eventually restore the Kingdom in the form of a new paradise  here on earth just or them—to hell with everyone else. Does anyone besides me see the cynicism in that ideation?—-aren’t we pretty much stuck with the same today?

You may say what does that have to do with anything?—and I say  everything. Without an essential definition, god is a myth—there is a different god for every person who ever lived. Each person’s god is no more than what each can imagine—just like Santa Claus. Priest and preacher wag their tongues incessantly about god, and all you can do is listen and imagine. Personally I was painted a picture of a grizzled old man sitting in bust-like form in the clouds—sometimes he was smiling—mostly he was scowling.

But then as we become educated as to the enormity and make-up of our universe, we are forced to reconsider this god of ours—how could that old man lord it over an entire universe so vast that no human mind can comprehend it? Consider this—the universe contains trillions of galaxies, each of which contain billions and trillions of stars (suns) and each of which are billions and trillions of miles apart. Out Milky Way galaxy alone is so vast that it would take a beam of light traveling 186,000 m/sec, 100,000 years to reach the other side. We also know that everything in this universe is made of identical tiny particles of energy—there are several different types but each is identical to its counterparts and each is perfect in form and function.  Furthermore, there is not a single one more nor less than when first created 13.7 billion years ago. Now that is  pure perfection  That knowledge not only  allowed but mandated my definition of the essence of God.   So therefore, GOD IS A PERFECT RATIONAL BEING.

IMG_1065Perfect rationality demands an ‘intellect’ which knows all and a ‘will’ which achieves all. It not only allows for, but demands, the existence of Trinity God. More importantly, it demands that every particle of energy (quantum) be branded  with the Holy Spirit (Will, Love, Acceptance) of God or it could not exist. That, my friends, is SPIRITUALITY—the understanding and acceptance that the spirit of God is in everything and that everything is in God.  Three years ago, I called for the  World-wide Communion of Spirituality—and what is that? It is the understanding and acceptance that we and every gravid object in God’s universe are bound in a common cloak of his Holy Spirit (Spirituality).

Religion, then, becomes the antithesis of Spirituality—it always has—hence we have perpetual discord. Instead of uniting us in Spirituality, Religion divides us with greed and hatred.

In my recently published little book  Peace in Spirituality, I demonstrate clearly the problems religion creates. Furthermore, I show that a ‘religious’ world can never be at peace—only a ‘Spiritual’ world can have peace.

For your consideration, I have includes Press Releases and short video trailers of my two books prepared by my publisher, Covenant Books. You will note that Covenant describes my Wilderness Cry as ‘A shining beacon of wisdom’. You be the judge.

906242_Press Release for Wilderness Cry

Press Release for Peace in Spiritiality

 

Christmas-Hilary L Hunt MD

cropped-img_0360-1-e1509913859388.pngWhat does Christmas mean to you and why? I would vouch to say that for anyone even remotely indoctrinated in ‘Christianity’ of any type, it means a myth. And you, understandably shriek in horror at such blasphemy. And I say, “not so fast”. My intention is not to offend anyone—rather it is to plead to your sense of understanding.

Jesus was a real person just like you and I. The only real difference was that he was a ‘super-genius’. Without benefit of any basic scientific knowledge, Jesus was able to deduce the nature of God and his universe. Jesus was able to understand that he and everything in existence were mirror images of their creator—otherwise they could not be. He could see the universal condition of ‘selfishness’ in all things. He clearly understood that selfishness was an intrinsic necessity for existence and function—without selfishness, there would be no need–if there were no need, there would be no change—with no change, there would be no time—the universe would be functionless and frozen in ‘eternity’.

IMG_0082So ,why did we have a universe in the first place? I’m certain Jesus pondered that question incessantly—when he discovered the answer, he was terrified. God, his father, your father, my father, must show and actually be ‘perfect love’. What greater ‘love object’ could the Father have than an entire universe of ‘evil’ which he, himself created. Why, then, was Jesus terrified? Because he realized that since he was the only likeness of God to know and understand that principle, he was the one who had to ‘pay the price’—and gloriously he did. God, in the likeness of Jesus, accepted all of the evil in the universe, in the grandest display of love possible—he gave his own life in atonement.

Now lets back up to the birth of Jesus. Just last Sunday’s first Old Testament reading, we hear a prophet (I think Isaiah ) predict that ‘a virgin shall conceive’. Where he came up with that ridiculous idea would be interesting to know—I strongly suspect it was added in retrospect to support the superstitious ideas of the astrology mentality. Then three days later, we have the prediction come true.

If you have read my book, Wilderness Cry, you will know that I am the first person ever to define the essence  of God. I did so with six simple words– God is a perfect rational being. That perfection is translated into everything in existence—everything follows that perfect order. Therefore, physical miracles are an absolute impossibility. In order for a physical miracle to occur, God would need to change his nature—since God is perfect, change is an impossibility.

So why do we have the Nativity story as told in Luke’s gospel? I suspect Luke had to paint a ‘spectacular’ picture to satisfy his own superstitious and mythological mind. Professor Garry Wills, in his book, What Paul Meant, shows clearly that Luke is a veritable liar—every important aspect of Acts, which is meant to be a description of what Paul did and said, is at complete odds with what Paul, himself, wrote. Luke seems to have an uncanny penchant for fabricating tales to create a church the way he wants it.

IMG_1065Now, back to the ‘horror story’. From a sound and irrefutable, scientific and philosophical standpoint, physical miracles are an absolute impossibility. Therefore the following pertains: (1) Jesus was/is real: (2)he was born of natural parents: (3) of  necessity, he was a super-genius to see and recognize the nature of God and his creation: (4) once he concluded that he must die so the Father could be/exhibit his perfect love, he wanted desperately to tell the world the good news (gospel). So he set about his public ministry, working on the periphery attempting to educate twelve illiterates—it seems very doubtful to me that he succeeded: (5) in spite of his working and preaching in relative obscurity, his heretical teachings reached the ears of the Jewish authorities—he knew his days were numbered:(6) he went straight to the source—he made an onslaught on the temple—he turned over the moneychangers tables and called the some pretty nasty names while doing it: He then ate his last meal with his apostles, and while eating, he made one final desperate attempt to pierce their thick, prejudiced skulls—he told the that he and the Father are one just as they and the Father are one—he told them that the bread and wine they consumed were one with the Father, as was all of creation—it seems that most if not all of the didn’t understand–we have no certain way of knowing. Much of what was written was written by biased, superstitious people. Furthermore those writings have been altered extensively by other biased and superstitious people. (7) I believe without doubt that the ‘Jesus” story is basically true—its parameters are false.

It is noteworthy that the contemplative religions, Hinduism and Buddhism, basically can be summed up in the concept of trying to understand and define their Supreme Being—for that they are to be commended. The Abrahamic religions, on the other hand, are about appeasement.

For those of you who have not read Wilderness Cry and Peace In Spirituality, I strongly urge you to do so. You will garner a clear understanding of your Perfect God and your relationship with him—all  mystery and innuendo will be removed—you will then be able to have internal peace which will then assist you in being at true peace with your neighbor.

I am including press releases for both books as well a short video trailer for each.

906242_Press Release for Wilderness Cry

Press Release for Peace in Spiritiality

SPIRITUALITY-Hilary L Hunt MD

cropped-img_0360-1-e1509913859388.pngSpirituality: now that’s a commonly used word, but I suspect few who use it are communicating a specific message to their listeners. In fact, I would venture to guess that if 10 million people used the word simultaneously, no two would be able to explain its meaning or to convey identical ideas to another. How am I allowed to make such an assertion? Simply stated, seemingly no two people have the same understanding of spirituality.

Just ‘google’ the definition of spirituality and you will get a litany of rambling, ambiguous verbiage but literally nothing of concrete nature. It is impossible to describe something the nature of which you don’t understand. Just as I have defined the essence of God in my book ‘Wilderness Cry’, I have defined the essence of spirituality in my newly released book ‘Peace in Spirituality’.

IMG_0082So, if those same afore mentioned 10 million people read and comprehended ‘Peace in Spirituality’, they would be able to speak about spirituality with one voice. Furthermore their listeners would be able to comprehend with ‘one ear’—that is real communication—everything else is misinformation and disinformation.

In my last post, I noted that Hindus and Buddhists were committed to understanding the meaning of existence, and, if possible, to  understanding the nature of the ‘existence giving’ principle, if any. Without benefit of any scientific information, they were severely hampered in their quest—that did not deter their determination.

Abraham and his descendants, on the other hand, identified ‘their’ god—he was theirs’ and theirs’ alone. They fashioned him directly after their own image and likeness. He had created the world—he ruled it like a king sitting on a glorious throne. He was totally separate from his creation and lorded over it with a ‘heavy hand’. His ‘subject peons’ were at his mercy. Sometimes they made him happy and he showered them with gifts of many sons and animals. More frequently they made him angry as his resultant wrath demonstrated. It soon became evident that the only way their god could be ‘appeased’ was through the sacrifice of their goods and animals.

Those sacrifices had to be ‘perfect’ and for that reason a ‘High Priest’ came into being. Not only was he the only one allowed to offer the sacrifices, he was the only one who could provide the perfect specimens to be offered. Of course those specimens didn’t come cheaply. The High Priest had to be paid, and a ‘pretty penny’ at that—so the High Priest got richer and the peasants got poorer.

IMG_1065Do you see how god operates?—just like the Israelites who designed him. You might say ‘what’s that got to do with spirituality?’ And I say everything. The Jews eventually got to talking about a Holy Ghost, but didn’t have a clue as to who or what it was. The Hindus and Buddhists recognized that possibly such an entity existed but, likewise, couldn’t quite put the puzzle together. The Israelite imagination of god precluded any possibility of their ever knowing the Holy Spirit. The Hindus and Buddhists suspected it was there but didn’t have an understanding of how.

Guess what, nothing has changed till now.  I have, in fact, defined the essence of spirituality in no uncertain terms. For more than a year, I have repeatedly called for the recognition and acceptance of the World-wide Communion of Spirituality. For greater understanding, please read my little books ‘Wilderness Cry’ and ‘Peace in Spirituality.  Press releases and video trailers of each attached.

906242_Press Release for Wilderness Cry

Press Release for Peace in Spiritiality

Buddhism-Hinduism-Wilderness Cry-Hilary L Hunt MD

cropped-img_0360-1-e1509913859388.pngHave you ever wondered why and how two of the oldest philosophies/religions in the world came to be? More importantly, have you ever considered the ultimate concepts contained in those philosophies ? While I do not know with certainty about their origin and development, it seems likely to me that they were the direct attempt to understand the basic meaning of life and at the same time discover the nature if its origin. While the Abrahamic religions were busy bargaining with their god, and offering sacrifices to him, the contemplative far-easterners were desperately trying to understand if such an entity actually existed and if so in what environs.

hMy research tells me that the contemplatives were way ahead of the sacrificials who had dreamed up a scheme of power and control right out of their own playbook—that is to say, they manufactured a god patterned directly after their own possessive, egotistical selves. Their god was theirs alone and could not be shared with anyone.

In the meantime, the contemplatives, like many native Americans were driven to see their god in everything (wind, sun, stars, waters etc.) Without benefit of any scientific knowledge at all, just as Jesus, they were able to  devine the existence of God in everything. Jesus could not explain the specifics, he just knew that the spirit of God existed in everything. He saw that everything in existence was evil  by virtue of its selfishness, and by his knowing, he was commissioned to die in atonement for the father’s faults  so the Father could be Perfect Love . So he died that we may live in eternal bliss.

IMG_1065Can there be a greater thrill? I’d vouch to say that no one who professes an Abrahamic religion is  any closer to God than any Hindu or Buddhist that ever lived. We each are loved equally by our Perfect Loving Creator with no one possibly being more favored over another—there are no such things as  higher places in heaven.

For full elucidation, please read my two little books, Wilderness Cry and Peace in Spirituality. Press releases and video trailers attached

906242_Press Release for Wilderness Cry

Press Release for Peace in Spiritialoty