Wednesday, 06 November 2019
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If animals here, on our planet, are only carriers of our ego would that mean that on planets, where humanities do not have ego, animals do not exist?
That of course would sound unrealistic as there should be predators and preys for realistic life on those planets. So how could it be? If animals on those planets do not carry ego then that means they are all evolving, which would be unrealistic too.
Any suggestions?
Regards
2 years ago
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#20202
Accepted Answer
Devolution is a law of nature. On other planets, some degree of ego is necessary, but not nearly as much as we have here. It follows that not every individual on those planets accomplishes the task of entering the Human kingdom after becoming an intellectual animal.

"Devolving ages come after any evolving cycle. Thus, the species return towards their primeval, germinal state.
The evolution and devolution of each species in particular demands precise vital conditions.
All of the living species which had evolved and devolved on the planet Earth have repeated identical processes on other planets."
-Samael Aun Weor

"If thou canst not make thine own self what thou desireth, how shalt thou be able to fashion another to thine own liking. We are ready to see others made perfect, and yet we do not amend our own shortcomings."
—Thomas à Kempis

2 years ago
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#20197
Animals are not only carriers of our egos. More commonly, animals are the physical vehicles of consciousnesses which are still evolving to the state of intellectual animals (which is what we are).

When the intelligent principle, the Monad, sends its spark of consciousness into Nature, that spark, the anima, enters into manifestation as a simple mineral. Gradually, over millions of years, the anima gathers experience and evolves up the chain of life until it perfects itself in the level of the mineral kingdom. It then graduates into the plant kingdom, and subsequently into the animal kingdom. With each ascension the spark receives new capacities and higher grades of complexity. In the animal kingdom it learns procreation by ejaculation. When that animal intelligence enters into the human kingdom, it receives a new capacity: reasoning, the intellect; it is now an anima with intellect: an intellectual animal. That spark must then perfect itself in the human kingdom in order to become a complete and perfect human being, an entity that has conquered and transcended everything that belongs to the lower kingdoms.


Animals are a necessary step on the evolutionary path of any planet.

"If thou canst not make thine own self what thou desireth, how shalt thou be able to fashion another to thine own liking. We are ready to see others made perfect, and yet we do not amend our own shortcomings."
—Thomas à Kempis

2 years ago
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#20199
Thank you.
But it would be absurd to think that they do not devolve in same manner as our animals here.
The question is since there is not ego on such planets how to animals devolve? Is it not that ego is a cause of devolution?
If it is it seems that law of devolution simply does not exist on such planets, which is hard to believe.
Or is it simply there everything is different since ego and Kundabuffer was introduced only on our planet by a mistake of a "god"?
2 years ago
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#20202
Accepted Answer
Devolution is a law of nature. On other planets, some degree of ego is necessary, but not nearly as much as we have here. It follows that not every individual on those planets accomplishes the task of entering the Human kingdom after becoming an intellectual animal.

"Devolving ages come after any evolving cycle. Thus, the species return towards their primeval, germinal state.
The evolution and devolution of each species in particular demands precise vital conditions.
All of the living species which had evolved and devolved on the planet Earth have repeated identical processes on other planets."
-Samael Aun Weor

"If thou canst not make thine own self what thou desireth, how shalt thou be able to fashion another to thine own liking. We are ready to see others made perfect, and yet we do not amend our own shortcomings."
—Thomas à Kempis

2 years ago
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#20354
Animals are not only carriers of our egos. More commonly, animals are the physical vehicles of consciousnesses which are still evolving to the state of intellectual animals (which is what we are).

When the intelligent principle, the Monad, sends its spark of consciousness into Nature, that spark, the anima, enters into manifestation as a simple mineral. Gradually, over millions of years, the anima gathers experience and evolves up the chain of life until it perfects itself in the level of the mineral kingdom. It then graduates into the plant kingdom, and subsequently into the animal kingdom. With each ascension the spark receives new capacities and higher grades of complexity. In the animal kingdom it learns procreation by ejaculation. When that animal intelligence enters into the human kingdom, it receives a new capacity: reasoning, the intellect; it is now an anima with intellect: an intellectual animal. That spark must then perfect itself in the human kingdom in order to become a complete and perfect human being, an entity that has conquered and transcended everything that belongs to the lower kingdoms.


Animals are a necessary step on the evolutionary path of any planet.


As we know, devolution is progressively difficult experience. Does this suggest that there is a substantial difference in the quality of life between the first few devolving animal lives and the last few animals lives before the re-entry into the plant kingdom? I suppose with regards to plan and mineral states, the ascending mineral and plant states are eden, and the devolving mineral and plant states are the inverted form of that.
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