Martinus' Cosmology |
Martinus' world picture, which he also refers to as cosmology, offers us
a new way to look upon our world and ourselves. Martinus asks us to see
ourselves in a much larger perspective, as eternal beings on a never-ending
journey through realms of light and darkness on spiritual and physical levels
of existence in a universe that is teeming with life. As the universe is God's
body, there is life and logic everywhere, and everybody co-operates in keeping
this giant body alive. We may be small and insignificant, but we all play a
part in the web of life.
Martinus does not ask us to believe in what he reveals. He simply asks
us to go out into the world and see if what he says does not coincide with what
we can observe out there. His work constitutes a basis for a merger of science
and spirituality and it offers a theoretical point of departure for studies of
the spiritual, or ray-formed reality.
Martinus' work will mostly appeal to the person, who has outlived the ability
to believe in the religions. Consequently it appeals to many atheists and indeed
he says that it is only when one's religious instinct has degenerated sufficiently
that one will take an interest in his work. Martinus points out that those who
are happy with their religion or belief system should not bother about his cosmology.
He is not out to get proselytes or followers. But his work is there for those who
are starving for a logical explanation to what life is all about and who lift their
eyes to heaven with the fundamental question: "WHY?" Martinus' work has been written
for those to whom knowledge about the meaning of life has become as fundamental as
food and water.
Martinus' cosmology is an outstretched, helping hand to Man from a higher level of
consciousness and it seems like a good idea to study it and use it as a theoretical
foundation for scientific studies.
There is no sect, membership or organization around Martinus' work. Access to study
his work is as free as it is to the sun in the sky.