the theory of eternal existence
Since science declares that there are no research methods to answer questions about the existence of the Creator of the universe, some way out of this situation had to be found. Indeed, classical science cannot prove that there is a Creator, nor can it deny His existence. Therefore, the task of essenceism was to prepare appropriate methods to meet the task set for itself. Of course, it's all about systemic research tools, not some kind of hadron collider or very advanced radio telescopes. Below, in points, I present the research methods of essenceism used in the analysis of the possibility of the existence of a state beyond time and space and God as the Original Being. Here they are:
1. The obligatory "tool" must be the use of logical thinking in the analysis of all phenomena, not only the material ones, but also the intangible ones. It's about complete freedom to think, explore and reflect on the nature of what surrounds us. In practice, this means liberation from all dogma, both religious and life. The current views should not be treated as indisputable.
2. Intuition should be the supporting process for logical thinking. It is needed especially in the initial phase of reasoning, especially when creating assumptions, theses and thought sequences of the system.
3. An important intuitive tool of essenceism are logical trains of thought. They work opposite to the "thread to the ball" principle. In essenceism, this sequence leads from the "bundle" - the Original Being. From Him spread the "threads" creating other beings. The next steps always take place after checking their compliance with the initial assumptions. Thus, each subsequent step is created on the basis of the previously checked one. This is how the final conclusion is reached.
4. Space-time by itself, that is, by its existence, leads to the conclusion that it must have a beginning and a cause. In the 20th century, the greatest discovery in the history of mankind took place. Scientists have announced that the universe once formed and that it can be described as space-time. It is she who suggests that there must be something else before or beyond it, i.e. a realm beyond time and space. The concrete beginning of the space-time of the universe is therefore a tool for indirectly demonstrating the possibility of something before or beyond it.
5. In order to understand the phenomena existing in the sphere beyond time and space, there is a need to find an observer who can recognize it. It is man himself. His point of view is one of the tools to study the phenomena taking place there. The testimonies of such observers are extremely numerous, and a large part of them have been studied and then verified. I have included in this analysis only the most reliable of them.
6. Energy, or rather its primary form called primary energy, is an important quantity that was suddenly introduced into the space-time of the emerging universe. It could only come from a state beyond time and space. It must be made clear here that energy itself without any adjective is a quantity or state that does not quite fit into the laws of physics as we know it. It is about primal energy, not yet transformed into any other form. We are not sure how it started various phenomena, but we are sure that all the energy that the universe has at its disposal was created in one moment. This moment has been referred to as the Big Bang. Since then, you can only transform one form of energy into another. Nothing can be added to it to increase its quantity in the universe, and especially it cannot be destroyed because that would require it to be moved out of the universe. Scientists are forced to conclude that it has always existed, although they cannot link its existence to the First Cause. They also use its name: the primal concept. So there is no doubt that everything was made of energy, including ourselves. Therefore, the existence of energy as a value from which everything was created is not only a kind of research instrument, but also a clue leading to understanding the phenomenon of the existence of a causal state beyond time and space.
7. The tool, or rather a research argument, is the analysis of a possible creative act performed by the established Original Being. Namely, only to Him could we attribute the creation of a work that is completely beyond human imagination. This hypothetical work, which is the transformation of His Primal Energy into matter, is the universe whose supposed beginning is the Big Bang. The consequence of detecting such a beginning of the cosmos is the need to investigate its cause. It is located at the singularity between the state beyond time and space and the realm of space-time. From this singularity, rational space emerged and time began to flow. The course of this event is evidence of the formation of matter from primary energy coming from a scientifically unrecognizable "environment". Therefore, the beginning of the universe is a gateway and at the same time a tool to detect the existence of something that was before it, i.e. a state beyond time and space.
8. The logical argument that the universe could not have arisen from nothing can also be a tool. It is also supported by the empirical argument that so far no case has been found for something to arise from nothing. The process of creation of the universe had to consist in an energy transition from a sphere where neither time nor space existed to the sphere of space-time. This process must have taken place with the simultaneous participation of pre-existing laws, which led to the predictable result, i.e. the creation of the universe. This fact is proof that something unknowable can be transformed into a known state, or something invisible into a visible form. So far, we are still changing matter into energy, or one form of energy into another. However, we cannot convert energy into matter, and for now we claim that it is beyond our capabilities. Meanwhile, such a fact occurred in the case of the Big Bang, and on a gigantic cosmic scale. It was not done by humans, nor could it have happened by itself, although there are ongoing analyzes of situations in which the universe could have created itself. Either way, something must have existed before. Of course, you can say that a miracle happened and the universe was created out of nothing. Since I cannot include miracles in my argument, I am bound to argue that the universe must have a Causative Source of energy and laws. It seems that there is only one "Someone" who changes energy into matter. Hence the conclusion that the Original Being created everything from Himself.
9. A specific tool is the process of going back in time. Going in the opposite direction to the passage of time, we create a cause and effect sequence from the history of the universe. At its end, we should leave the space-time of the universe and find ourselves in a sphere beyond time and space. Thus we come to the First Cause (or First Cause in capital letters), which should be infinite, limitless and eternal, just like the realm itself beyond time and space. If the First Cause is in the realm beyond time, it cannot have "its" next cause, because time and its consequences do not function there.
10. The universe exhibits precise coherence of laws and principles that govern it. The Anthropic Principle also says this, although my system is not based on it. Due to the existence of the Big Bang or any such initial event, and the existence of the laws that governed it, it can be assumed that everything could have arisen from an existing initial source with intelligent attributes. This phenomenon may suggest that the sought First Cause has the highest level of knowledge based on His Intelligence, Will and Emotionality. Thus, one can build a causal path leading from the Intelligent Cause to the emergence of an intelligent state reflecting it in the form of intelligent beings. It seems that the inevitable result of changes over billions of years, from the most primitive to the most complex forms, was the appearance of beings reproducing the attributes of the First Cause. This phenomenon and the uniform coherence of all things prove that we are dealing with only one possible Source. The starting point should therefore be derived from this Source. It must also include everything that existed before the creation of the universe. This in turn leads to the conclusion that the eventual Creator was everything that existed before the space-time of the universe, and that it was He who originated time and space. In this case, the fact of the possibility of a single, intelligent Source of everything can become a tool.
11. A certain type of tools are the default laws of the spiritual world. We can understand their existence when we sometimes find ourselves in extreme situations. Then we get to know them not only intuitively, but as a concrete reality. Then our aroused perception can make us aware of the existence of a state in which neither time nor space exists.
12. Apparitions, visions, dreams or similar phenomena can be a sure signal of the existence of a state beyond time and space. Even if only a small percentage of these testimonies were true, they prove that phenomena not subject to scientific instruments are also worth considering. It is especially worth analyzing the words and deeds of Jesus Christ. His personality also influenced the scope of scientific research.