Adapting God to man
Essenceism took a special interest in the concept of the imaginary god, because such a term functions in public space, and was even used by the British scientist Richard Dawkins to describe the evil done to humanity by religions. In his book "God delusional" he tries with scientific tools to prove the fact of the non-existence of God. Until now it has been thought that science, unlike Mr. Dawkins' assertion, is unable to establish both the existence of God and the absence of God. Essenceism agrees with this approach of science and therefore disagrees with the claim of this British scholar. Hence, in essenceism, special research instruments were created that resemble scientific tools, although they are not themselves. They are primarily to enable the emergence of thought lines leading to the understanding of the possibility of God's existence as the Original Being. Based on practical knowledge of the universe, it can indeed be assumed that the religious denominations have created imaginary gods for their purposes, which they worship and present to their followers. However, the fact that such gods exist does not mean that God does not exist at all. This is the difference between Dawkins' claims and essenceism.
As I presented in the first book on essenceism, this system has prepared a set of research instruments to judge whether a god of a religion is imaginary or not. This delusion is most often spoken by atheists. However, later in this text, I will show that existing religions do more damage in this regard.
Many atheists fight religion as a negative phenomenon that has hit humanity. They argue that it is a peculiar disease of humanity caused by delusions or the desire for happiness. They also argue that in many cases it is the faith of naive people in the lies delivered by the clergy. As it is easy to guess, essenceism has looked at these accusations and concluded that they are only a cursory assessment of the activity of religion against the background of political and economic activities of mankind.
As we know, our civilization produces so much evil that it is necessary to repair it thoroughly. Political, economic or social activities are not able to change this state, but rather deepen it. Meanwhile, religion from the position of an advocate of good could help the world "from within" to return to the original concept of the Creator. The problem, however, is that the misunderstanding of this concept by individual religious denominations leads to different delusions of its followers. The example of this is Christianity. The present state of understanding of Christ's teachings, according to essenceism, has little to do with their actual content. Jesus clearly taught that God is outside our world, that is, in His Kingdom called Heaven. By introducing God into our reality and making Him an observer of life entangled in evil, Christian theologians have completely distorted His position towards us. Only the action of the evil power of authority can explain the fact of faith in God, who, being good and all-powerful, has been watching the evil destroying us and His work for millennia. This is a sign that people can be deceived to the point where they are incapable of freeing themselves from belief in an imaginary God. When Jesus taught about the unconditional love of Heavenly Father in the form of, among other things, the parable of the prodigal son, only the influence of Satan can explain the fact that Christian theologians made him a punishing Judge who analyzes and evaluates our sins. In order to facilitate the theological meanders of faith, they made the Son of God the third person of the so-called Holy Trinity, and therefore made God himself out of a man of the full value of the Son of God. The worst mistake of these theologians is to proclaim that Christ, through his death on the cross, saved mankind and deprived Satan of the main causative power. Apart from the fact that the commandment "you shall not kill" is in complete contradiction with the actions of people in Jesus' days, it is evident that evil before Jesus' coming is the same as it is today and Satan has not lost his power in any way. Anyway, our civilization shows that the salvation of the spiritual world that Jesus accomplished does not go hand in hand with the salvation of the physical world that surrounds us. Based on their wrong theories, Christian "scribes" can safely wait for Jesus to reappear as judge of the Last Judgment. Their main activity is to calm the faithful who wait for this vague moment that no one knows. It is, of course, the so-called end of the world and the Last Judgment. This attitude, in the face of tremendous effort and sacrifice on the part of Jesus Christ, is grossly inappropriate and unfair. So mankind, if not instructed in the misinterpretation of salvation by religious beliefs, will be left to suffer eternally under Satan's rule. No human theories will force the Creator to begin to correct a state with which, as a perfect Original Being, it has nothing to do with. It is He who is waiting for us to finally make the Earth the place of the coming of His Kingdom.
Therefore, a peculiar delusion of religion is introducing the perfect Creator into the evil and imperfect human environment, so that He would be with us, interfere when we ask Him for it, that is, deal with our requests every day, deciding which to listen to and which not. This creates a situation in which the Creator becomes a "pawn on a chessboard" formed by theologians creating their imaginary vision of the world. At the same time, they claim that God allows evil because He knows that He can transform evil into good. It appears to be manipulating God for the purpose of religious gain. Essenceism tries to explain these misconceptions so that God finally becomes real, not imaginary.
Essenceism concluded that the Original Being had a clear purpose in creating the universe. The analysis of the details found on the globe leads to the conclusion that the Creator refined His work in terms of the presence of humanity on it. Hence the conclusion that we live on a "buttoned up" planet that should be our home forever. God is a perfect Being who does not make mistakes, and therefore does not need to correct anything anymore. Everything on Earth has been prepared so that we can bring it and ourselves to a state of perfection. This is how one should understand the biblical statement that God rested after the symbolic six days of His "work". Essenceism adds to this the observation that the Creator, before the "well deserved rest", also organized our future life in His world beyond time and space, that is, in an ideal spiritual world. He's waiting for us there.