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Hi Cladking – I was going over some of my earlier posts and I realised my reply did not fully address your questions.
So – do I believe humans have a specific function? And will our existence end once that function is completed?
To answer those individual questions we really need to put them both together. Reason being; if for example we compare our function to that of a male sperm cell it is somewhat depressing. There are 300 to 600 million male sperm cells in the average male ejaculate and all will die – even the body of the one that fertilises the female egg dies.
Thus - to answer part one of the question – yes our consciousness is a God Gamete and we have a specific function – it is a selective function – as with our own male sperm cells the ones selected will be the ones that carry the genetic endowments best suited to the needs of the species that created us. And like our own male sperm cells all human bodies die.
But will our existence end once our body dies? Important question and one which I have addressed numerous times in my books. Male sperm cells (or male gametes) are part of a species germ-line. Of particular note is the fact that males of our species produce 1,000 gametes per second. Each male gamete having either a maternal or paternal copy of our genome. So male gametes are like us in that they are gender based – and like us they tend to swarm (there are 7 billion of us). In my books I suggest this incredible manufacture of gametes would not be necessary if it were merely for the selection of the one lucky sperm with the best adapted traits. As a matter of fact the production of hundreds of millions of male gametes would make the job of finding the correct gamete even more difficult. And if big numbers were so important why only one female egg?
What I believe is that our reproductive system (and the external reproductive system we are part of) is churning data. The more data the better the data bank. So our germ-line breaks open germ-line cells with 2 copies of DNA (one maternal and one paternal) and produces two gametes with either a maternal copy or paternal copy. Once expelled from the body they need to check out how we are going as a species – bit of a problem with the lower back – not sure walking upright was a good idea - lot of tooth decay – need to come up with a better tooth enamel etc. etc.. This is where the real selective process happens – the life entity of the maternal and paternal copies of male gametes that can change and adapt to our species needs will match up and get back into our species germ-line. Gametes that carry genetic endowments that have no use will eventually be lost.
So if our consciousness is part of the germ-line of a parent species - and we are carrying either a maternal or paternal copy of their consciousness genome – then our job is to correctly perceive the qualities of character needed by their species. And if we are able to develop those qualities in this life then, when our bodies die, we will likely be able to join our souls with a loved one of the opposite gender and be retained by the Germ-line of the Gods. And like our own species that will eventually chuck out genes that have no use – individuals who do not develop qualities of character that are useful to the parent species, and are not loved by another, will likely find their souls have difficulty getting back into the parent species germ-line.