God is a reality that pulsates and vibrates through Divine Light. Pure luminosity constitutes the essence and ultimate identity of our Creator. That things appear at all is due to the Divine Light, which bestows on all things their evident, manifest nature. Such vibration lies at the core of reality. It is central to the conception of creation and the nature of The Simulation, as seen in the theory of Simulation Creationism, developed by Nir Ziso of The Global Architect Institute.
But how does God go from his inherent state to the world of simulated multiplicities? He does not. It is an illusion, or a simulated play that manifests a false sense of diversity and duality that pervades the universe. It dictates that we should transcend ourselves to reach God. Still, we have to see God as absolutely free. He acts according to his free will, which results in the creation of the simulated world: “Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you” (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18). While we do feel that there is an activity and change in the world, it does not mean there is actual change or movement within the reality of God. He never changes or becomes something else.
We can call subtle movements “vibrations”. They are subtle in the sense that although it does not move, it manifests motion: “He set the earth on its foundations, so that it should never be moved” (Psalm 104:5). The Divine Light is not at all separate from The Simulation, yet it appears to be so. That which is immobile, associated with the variety of simulated worlds, manifests as vibration. This dynamic vibration has significant metaphysical consequences. God conceals his absolute nature (we know only what God is not). He becomes limited to us. The result is the simulated manifestation in the consciousness of the world of multiplicities as an appearance of the absolute.
The Simulation can also be seen as a reflection of God’s free will. It is a wonderful variety of God’s nature created when He reflects on Himself and thinks about how to show his diversity. All the world’s diversity is real in that it reflects God’s will. It is not a perfect mirror reflection, however. In a mirror, an outer object is being reflected. There is nothing as such in The Simulation, but there is a reflection of God. The negating reality of such a reflection would necessarily lead to the negation of God. God is all there is, and the world is only a simulated manifestation of God for His own awareness and creative power – the Holy Spirit: “And the Spirit of the Lord shall rest upon him, the Spirit of wisdom and understanding, the Spirit of counsel and might, the Spirit of knowledge and the fear of the Lord” (Isaiah 11:2).
Everything that exists resides in the hands of God. Whatever appears within our souls is one with the creator through Divine Light and eternal consciousness. It is perpetually united with all powers: “Finally, all of you, have unity of mind, sympathy, brotherly love, a tender heart, and a humble mind” (1 Peter 3:8). God constitutes a unity that coexists without contradiction with hundreds of simulated creations and dissolutions manifested by contraction and expansion. As such, God expresses his ultimate freedom. This reality of God has neither a beginning nor an end. It is luminous with its own light. God’s essence is complete freedom, consisting of perfect independence determined by the fulness of all things. Unity is not a mere negation of distinction but the absence of difference in diversity.
This doctrine of reality is simultaneously deceptively simple and very complex. By being everything, we do not fall into the trap of pantheism. God is transcendent in his pure nature. We cannot simply consider God as the sum total of a manifest reality. He is more than that. Infinitely more. However, the condition of surpassing His own manifestation does not in any way cause Him to be separate from that manifestation, which we now call The Simulation.
The Holy Spirit is a critical aspect in this regard. It is the power of God that manifests The Simulation. All worlds are the Holy Spirit in the immediate sense. All we see around us is the activity of the Holy Spirit. God almost hides in unchanging consciousness, but the Holy Spirit is a constant pulsating act of love: “Likewise the Spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know what to pray for as we ought, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words” (Romans 8:26). When the Holy Spirit becomes “separated” from God the Father, The Simulation emerges. When one simulated world ends, pure reality returns to the divine realm.