ALL LIVING THINGS VARY SLIGHTLY: The Malabar Giant Squirrel which occurs in different parts of the Ghats. Survival of the fittest, struggle for existence, and natural selection, these catchphrase come to mind when we think of Darwin.
Ever since Darwin published his infamous On the Origin of the Species in 1859, science and theology have been at war over the theory of evolution. Most people—even devout Christians—don’t realize that Jesus was not the first Biblical character born of an immaculate conception. In regards to the point I’m making here however, suffice to say that the divine conception just relates to the purity of Noah. In my yet unpublished novel-trilogy, The Layman’s Answers to Everything, on which this blog is based, the concept of Noah’s ark being an allegory for evolution is explored in detail. Noah—the pure essence of the light as we have established, was commanded by God to build an ark. The message is that if we abide by the principles that God has laid out (the ark), we will be more able to survive the inevitable challenges of life (the flood), and to move on to the next level (Mount Ararat where the ark landed). These changes that have already seemingly been occurring faster and faster will begin to happen faster still. The Bible also says that “the meek shall inherit the earth.” That seems to contradict “survival of the fittest” unless you use my interpretation. Reinterpreted through this lens, the story of Noah’s ark is transformed from a parable about how we must obey God’s rules or be punished into a metaphor about how following the wisdom found in The Bible will help us become flexible enough to withstand future challenges. If evolution happened as slowly as science would have us believe—over millions of years, how could we possibly explain the incredible diversity of life on this planet when it’s only 4.5 billion years old? The vibration, or frequency of our energy, is what creates our ability to mutate and evolve, and The Bible even shows us that. Put it together and you have Noah, the pure person we are supposed to be like, who grows himself by following the laws of God, becoming strong enough to handle the challenges of the world, and brings with him those others who were able to do the same. So, being that someone who hasn’t even read The Bible could figure this all out, surely those who have studied it must have been able to put it together.
But this concept terrifies the church because it takes away their power—their illusionary power. Marc Oromaner is a spiritual author and speaker who teaches how we can discover our destiny using clues found in the media and in our lives. Charles Robert Darwin was one of the most significant individuals in the history of science and is considered as the father of evolutionary biology. The irony is that evolution and all its aspects—natural selection, survival of the fittest, genetic mutations—all appear in the Bible as clear as day. In the Book of Enoch, an ancient Jewish religious work traditionally ascribed to Noah’s great-grandfather, Enoch, Noah was said to be immaculately conceived as well.
And metaphorically speaking, someone who is pure is closer to God, and therefore an archetype for truth and how we should model ourselves. Interesting that the word “ark” was chosen instead of the simpler, “boat” or “ship.”  Where else is the word “ark” the popular translation for something that appears in The Bible?
We will not survive because God will save us—he could’ve easily teleported Noah along with his family and the animals to safety—but because we will have made ourselves strong enough to handle whatever is thrown at us by building our metaphorical ark. Use your gut instinct and grandest visions to pull you forward, or else you will be pushed. It’s intent is not to say that you need to be good or God will punish you, but that when major global changes occur—and they will—only those that have raised their spiritual levels significantly (in line with God’s covenant) will be strong enough to survive. They’re caused by the part of us that is resisting growth—because growth is scary, it is the unknown. Once we can all see the big picture, the events of our times all begin to make so much more sense. And this law of our world is not just true for humans, but for all life, which is why the story of Noah’s ark features all of it—climbing into the ark. Are we to believe that the path from protozoan goop to human, complete with the trillions of mutations that were not favored for survival, took just 450 million tries (assuming each evolutionary path takes about a million years as science seems to suggest). Those who weren’t were eliminated from the line of their species, along with their genetic makeup. His book, The Myth of Lost deciphers the hidden wisdom of the hit TV show and explains how we can use this wisdom to overcome our own challenges.
In fact, even a “missing link” explanation that science has still not uncovered appears in there as well. In short then, Noah, much like Jesus, is depicted as the embodiment of truth and represents the path that we should all follow—a path of righteousness and truth.
Evolution, according to Darwin and accepted by mainstream science, occurs when a genetic mutation in an organism is favored for its survival.

The ark of the covenant—the chest carrying the Ten Commandments, the holy law of the Jewish people. The great spiritual awakening happening today is an example of us moving forward, while the fall of the World Trade Center, the uncertainty of the world economy, and failings of world governments are examples of being pushed.
Only these organisms will have vessels (the ark) that are malleable enough to adapt to the new world’s challenges and be able to go with the flow. As creative beings, we create the mutations we need to survive—but only when we have grown ourselves enough to do so. While animals may not be able to understand how to rise against their animal instincts, those who have been able to do so just a bit, are rewarded with mutations that will help them survive upcoming challenges, and be passed along as genes onto their progeny. It’s unlikely that there were ever elephants with leopard spots or antlers even though those features could be favored for survival. So those who focused on the illusionary, materialistic, physical aspects of the world were made extinct while those who aligned themselves with the proactive challenges of God’s covenant, were favored and evolved to carry on their more advanced traits for future generations. And as we begin to shed our physical selves, we will be able to get in touch with that holy place more and more, until we have stripped away all separation, all disharmony, all hatred, anger, and inequality to find that we are all one.
His blog, "The Layman's Answers To Everything" points out the patterns that run through all great stories including our own. The expedition on the ship HMS Beagle in 1830s to various places around the world gave him a chance to document several aspects of biology, geology and anthropology that resulted in his book Voyages of the Adventure and Beagle (1839). I knew nothing about this passage, but wrote about my own experience of time speeding up here.) Some believe that angels were responsible for the delivery. Being divinely conceived, he also represents a more advanced breed from which all life on earth would be descended from, as all lesser humans were to be eliminated from the flood. So the ark that Noah is commanded to build in order to save himself, his loved ones, and the animals around him, wasn’t really a boat, but a covenant between himself and God. Their times are coming to an end because in the new Earth, there will no longer be a place for them.
These global changes then, separate those who have already evolved from those who have not—creating a worldwide survival of the fittest. This collective energy would cause the frequency or vibration of the planet to elevate, and we would all evolve together without the need for calamities.
We don’t want to change, and so, the change is forced upon us because the only thing that’s constant is change. When forced to adapt, most organisms do so as long as they are at a spiritual level—or vibration—that can support it. These patterns are clues that are meant to guide us towards a life full of love, light, and fulfillment. Darwin's ideas were inspired by the experience and observations he had on the famous Beagle Voyage.He developed his theory of evolution by natural selection through his four observations. Others believe it was ancient aliens who crossbred primitive humans with their own DNA to create the more intelligent modern humans, the generalization of which forms the basis of all myths about the intermingling of gods and humans. Eventually, those organisms with this mutation will be better equipped to survive, eliminating those without said mutation. It’s an agreement to follow God’s laws—laws that were designed to challenge a person to develop self-control, willpower, modesty, gratefulness, and strength of character.
Those that aren’t at this level don’t have the energy that brings about cellular mutations. If it were truly only random mutations and survival of the fittest, then the world would be filled with powerful Neanderthals—big and powerful beings that can easily overpower the weaker populations. A tiny silicon chip is much more powerful than the huge computers of just a few decades ago.
Scavengers like vultures and hyenas look like devious slime-balls and are represented as such in cartoons because that was the representation of their souls.
I believe that the time of popes and the Vatican and the power of the church is coming to its end of days.
His first observation was that all organisms are capable of producing more offspring than are needed to replace their parents. And once I point out the metaphoric meaning of the story, you’ll wonder how on earth you never noticed it before.
Major events like disease epidemics, natural disasters, and climate change speed up the process—immediately favoring those organisms that are better able to adapt to their surroundings. These changes usually come with growing pains, and changes, in the forms of great cataclysms. But it is he who needs the least to be happy who is the strongest, because there’s less that can be taken away from him to make him unhappy.
But in The Bible, Goliath was outsmarted by the much smaller David, because he’d raised his vibration.

Lions and bald eagles and horses seem majestic because their bodies adapted to the vibration of their souls. There is no need to confess your sins, be berated by a priest for “evildoing,” donate to your parish, or attend church at all to walk with God as Noah and later Jesus did. For example, frogs produce hundreds of eggs but all of them do not fertilize, hatch, and become adults. Those who are able to adapt to this New Earth will thrive, those who don’t, will fall, severing their line from future generations. Most of these adaptations happen very quickly, which is why we haven’t found much evidence of missing links.
It’s no accident that the slingshot was depicted as his weapon of choice for taking down Goliath. Dolphins and dogs and monkeys seem playful because that is the representation of their souls. Each one leading to a higher frequency, more adaptable mutation, and therefore, quicker evolution! We all have the power of God within us to grow, evolve, and change our world as we see fit.
Of course, we only need to look to the wisdom of The Bible to see that we don’t need the church, or any organized religion for that matter. And the sooner you get in touch with that truth within you, the sooner you can utilize its strengths to create your own destiny, instead of letting destiny have its way with you.
Also, a single tree produces thousands of seeds and all of them do not grow.Darwin's second observation was that the population of several different species of animals and plants have a tendency to stay fairly constant over long periods of time. Because once we realize we are all one, and everything we do for each other benefits the whole, there will be no need for government. It is not a gradual change that occurs over hundreds of thousands of years as scientists have theorized, but due to the great earth changes, occurs within only a few generations—or within just one individual if he or she has an advanced enough vibration. The rock rotating in a circle is symbolic of an atom and relates to vibrations as I wrote about here. The lesson is that the less physical, materialistic, illusionary substance there is in a ratio to energy, the more powerful it is.
For example, herds of many animals live on the plains of Africa such as wildebeest, zebra, gazelles etc. Because the truth takes power away from them and puts it where it rightfully belongs—to you. Lifted, almost exactly as it appears in the story of Noah’s ark—once you decipher the metaphors.
Each year many of the females give birth, but the overall population sizes of these species stays the same. Just as your right hand smashing your left wouldn’t give you an advantage, so too does hurting a segment of the population actually cause global pain.
Competition for food, predation and disease are some of the factors which keep the population size stable.His third observation was that all living things vary slightly in colour, shape, size or behaviour.
For example, Malabar Giant Squirrel which occurs in southern Western Ghats, India, has a dark body coat, whereas, in northern Western Ghats and Eastern Ghats it is slightly paler with white tail tip.
Similarly, a group of frogs from the genus Philautus occurs in the Western Ghats and shows quite a lot of variation in their body colour.Darwin's fourth observation was that many features are passed on from the parent to offspring. Some inherited characteristics are quite easy to see in humans such as eye and hair colour.
Every organism on earth is involved in a struggle for survival and some individuals of a species are better adapted than other individuals to their environment. The individuals that are better adapted to their environment are most likely to survive and have a chance to reproduce, hereby, passing on their useful adaptations to the next generation. Darwin concluded that natural selection could explain how organisms gradually change and evolve into new species. When Darwin published his theory, he found it difficult to get it accepted by the scientific community, especially, on how individuals pass their characteristics to the next generation. Darwin Day is celebrated in memory of Darwin's birthday and to highlight his contribution to science as well as to publicise science in general. Workshops, symposia, lectures, debates and several other events are conduced related to Darwin's work all over the world on this day.

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