What Is God
Author Dr.Vladimir Antonov
Translated by Dr.Mikhail Nikolenko
Almost all people living on our planet believe in the existence
of God (although degrees of their faith differ). Nevertheless, people may assign
different meanings to the word God.
The main meaning of this word is the Primordial Consciousness,
But, God may also be viewed as the Absolute — i.e. as one
Conglomerate of the Creator and the Creation, which the Creator created of
Himself. In this sense, it would be correct to say that God is All (the term
Absolute — by its origin — means Absolutely All). The only exception
is hell with its inhabitants: Jesus Christ spoke of hell as of the outer
darkness (Matt 8:12) — outer in relation to God in the Aspect of the
It is very important to take into account these terminological
nuances, since many people who fell under the influence of false religious sects
of Indian origin are convinced that since God is All one do not have to do
anything: believing that “I am a part of God” is enough to consider oneself a
person who has attained Self-Realization.
But such an opinion is erroneous, since our evolutionary Goal
is not the Absolute but God in the aspect of the Creator.
Some people may regard only one particular Divine Teacher as
God. For example, some may say, ‘Our God is Jesus Christ!’, or ‘Our God is
Krishna!’, or ‘Our God is Babaji!’, or ‘Our God is Sathya Sai Baba!’… While in
reality all of Them are Parts of one God-the-Father, the Creator, the Primordial
One could encounter the extreme degree of absurdity from
Orthodox believers: ‘Our God is Jesus Christ, while Muslims have their own, a
false God — Allah!’. But Allah is the same God-the-Father, to Whom Jesus Christ
called us! It is just His name sounds like that in Arabic!
Anyone who achieved the Mergence with God-the-Father in His
Abode and established themselves in that state becomes a part of Him. (Philip,
an Apostle of Jesus Christ, gave a detailed account of this ,
methodological details can be found in [8-15]).
And there can be no disagreements or disputes among Parts of God-the-Father.
In the practice of our School we have enjoyed a constant
guidance of many Divine Teachers — Jesus Christ, Krishna, Babaji, Sathya Sai
Baba, Huang Di, Adler, Apostles Philip, John, Mark, Andrew, Matthew, also Juan
Matus, Genaro, Lada, Surya, Ptahotep, Elisabeth Haich, and many Others .
All of Them have been helping us — either taking turns or all together — by
suggesting meditative techniques and ways of their easiest mastering, giving
organizational advice and recommendations on helping other people, also
supervising our work on writing books. There were no disagreements among Them in
Their Tutorship. They indeed supplemented one another.
Such Divine Teachers — Holy Spirits, Parts of One Universal
God-the-Father — are numerous; we know only a few. Some of Them attained
Divinity in Atlantis, ancient Egypt, China, India, in the countries of Europe
(including the territory of modern Russia), Asia, both Americas. Names of many
of Them have been forgotten. Names and deeds of Others have remained in the
memory of incarnated people, but information about what They were doing and
preaching may have gotten replaced by myth-type fantasies.