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The Worlds I

[90] Every such world is better than the preceding one and offers more possibilities. Man is thus in an ascending spiral, in which ze loses the personhood - however not completely. Ze is sorted however into a world, which orients itself after zis lived life. The better ze was, so much better is zis world - and vice versa.

[91] Man can select one-time whether ze would like to resign from this process and so to forgo the infinite life. Ze finally does not know, what expects zer, except that the eternal life is given to zer from the outset, if ze accepts it. The ascending spiral prevents zer from boredom. Ze can sometime select the world, in which ze would like to live. This does not represent a problem for L.

[316] This world is conceived as probation and initial world. Who cannot prove zerself sufficiently, gets further chances in addition in these or further worlds. L would like to judge only creatures with a free will, therefore ze must accept whose possible consequences, suffering and evil. Furthermore each creature is to get the opportunity to appear in its whole personality to L.

[92] Thus is clear that we are in an (unfair) initial world, in which we can only few determine, in which we are much over-directed. In this initial world large accidents may occur, which kill many humans. In addition, it can be that we return for the time being to the same world as somebody else and ascend then only. One can say that we are punished in our world, because it is a bad one within the view of the cogitable worlds.

[93] Our world is easy to criticize: We must kill creatures, in order to survive. We are limited by our body. We need much energy, in order to travel far. We do not only damage the environment with our energy consumption. We suffer diseases and must die. We cannot select our world and arbitrarily change it. From birth we must suffer.

[94] Wars and violence are hardly controllable. We cannot eliminate unjustness in the world actually. We are subject to rigid laws of nature. We have no access to infinity as far as possible. Man is however on the way to improve this world and get away from the organism metabolism as well as defeat the diseases. Ze is on the way to the immortality in this world.

[95] We have a claim to our memory and are therefore not presuppositionlessly born again. This is a principle of justice. It is likewise righteous to be born into an initial world, since everything has a beginning except L. L was equipped with all abilities from the outset and regards the worlds like ze creates them.

[96] Thus worlds emerge continuously. The substances do not increase in a total view however, they were always already there. For this the correct time axis is to be assigned to, whose there are several. Man must die, in order to be able to leave zis initial world. Why ze does not ascend however always? It leaves the world with a there logical completion.

[97] But it cannot be that we die simply and that then all is finished? Not under the aspect of justice. It cannot adjust the unjustness of this world, if it were like that. L is absolutely righteous as highest judge and this ze could otherwise not be. The justice causes also the necessity for new worlds.

[98] Large accidents are thus always to be seen under the possibility of the compensatory justice, which follows. They are in our world unjust, not however over the following worlds.

[675] Nothing happens, what is not known. Accidents happen because L does not want to suspend the laws of nature. Crimes happen when in the life of a criminal much has gone wrong, what L can not repair with reasonable effort (remaining in the background, recognising the reality and maintaining free will). L is unhappy about any delict, as zis precautions such as the conscience have failed.

[99] One receives a more differentiated view, if instead of the one-world-image the many-world-image is regarded, the so-called polyverse. Therewith the conception is meant that our finite world divides at each time into the possible worlds, which divide then for their part again. However one can ask whether this conception is real, since the division in worlds represents a very much work.

[100] If one takes the polyverse as a basis, then it becomes clear why the future is indetermined. It is subject to the dominant scientific and "soft" laws, but is only part of the then still always probable worlds. In the polyverse it is imaginable that even the laws developed only after probability.

[101] We are therefore so well protected from outsiders in our world, because we live only in a world of average kind and quality of many. If someone wanted to attack our world, ze would have to select straight ours. However this does not have to be really like that.

[102] L compensates now in each world over the end of a life of everyone in the follow-up life. Therefore there is the eternal life. We must leave this world, because we would bore ourselves infinitely in it, if we had to live in it eternally, although some live a second life in this world.

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