Religions & Science as Mind Games

“…[M]ind games have necessarily similar mechanisms (because the way the mind works and its capacity have remained unchanged for at least sixty thousand years), and therefore systems that have been sufficiently run in time… tend to overlap not only in shape but in substance. With complex data at hand, we should be able to demonstrate that portions of the map of the Buddhist system would overlap with portions of the Christian system with portions of German idealism with portions of modern scientific thought, because all systems are infinite and tend to explore all possibilities given to them. Accordingly, when sufficiently extended, their maps of reality would certainly coincide.”1

  1. Couliano, Ioan P. The Tree of Gnosis: Gnostic Mythology from Early Christianity to Modern Nihilism. Harpercollins, 1992. 268 []
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