We recognize the experience [commonly referred to as omniscience] of total knowledge and the ability for its partial perspectives to unveil and retain information from it. While beyond the perceiver's parameters, it is a natural condition of its reality. Its knowledge is firsthand experience, and the comprehension of its essence remains divided among the experienced. Therefore, answers for an intellect are limited to other intellectuals' understanding of said experience, and their tendency to distort information through interpretation. The complete essence of knowledge itself is the sum of partial perceptions and therefore could never be understood without its perceptual division.
Knowledge is strictly a characteristic of consciousness however, it relies on its association to its perceived experience. The multitude of individual perceptions with a semblance of varying degrees of independent wills is crucial for this Omniscience to understand its own essence through their experience. While individuals originates from this oneself, Omniscience resides within them, living as them, learning what it is like to be them and all that they will succumb and overcome, to experience all of its own presence through every dimension and variation of them, as them.
“Your experience is its experience, your knowledge is its knowledge. It completely supports everything you choose and all you believe, for it understands all your motives and all your reasons the same as you do, for it is you.
It has lived your life and struggled with you, it learned the same things you have and it even sits and reads this, about itself, with your mind. Your perspective is far more important than you have been inclined to believe.”
~ Rev. Devan Jesse Byrne
In Short, this Statute indicates that:
1. Every consciousness is a fraction and degree of the same overarching consciousness which possesses omniscience.
2. Without awareness of our individual life perspectives, the totality of knowledge would remain incomplete.
3. To understand all aspects of its existence, the experiencer must employ various percentages of its completion to in turn experience different proportions of itself (dimensions).
4. It is possible for any perspective of knowledge to inquire about knowledge from the experiences of any other perspective of knowledge.////
5. Omniscience does not only include knowing everything you find perceivable, but also knowing every variation of all ever was and will be conceived or perceived.
6. Omniscience lives within all things, enabling it know all things. Knowing you the same way you do.
7. The sum entirety of all knowledge would define the essence of what "God"is.
“UE may be a box, but it is a box of box-less-ness”
~ Rev. Devan Jesse Byrne