My Witches tend to think
There is only one infinity
And that any infinite god must be
The one in whose name they were abused,
But the Cantor sang of the number of numbers,
Of that number raised to its own power,
Of the number of the continuum
And gave us a way to generate
An infinity of infinite numbers,
Each of them unique.
And all that’s just with numbers.
Likewise there is an infinity of infinite gods,
Each one unique and compassionate,
As any god must be, and yet all One God,
For the infinite can be both One and Many
At the same time, although there is no time,
Although we cannot fathom how that works.
“We know what is out there:
stars, planets, empty space.
There is no Heaven
So there are no Gods.”
Simon, that is bad logic,
You are violating scientific method.
You should say, logically,
If there are Gods,
they must live elsewhere.
“But where could that be?”.
“The Gods could not fit inside us!”
You are assuming we are finite.
Imagine a sphere of infinite radius
(and there is a sphere,
and I AM sees that it is good)
Like the diamond Sappho saw
as Hera’s faceted throne.
Let each facet be a hexagon.
The infinity of hexagons is
the smooth surface of the sphere
And the sphere the surface of a hypersphere.,
Each one is the base of a pyramid,
(an infinity of pyramids, each of infinite volume)
reaching asymptotically toward the center of the sphere.
There is not just one infinity.
There is an infinity of infinities.
But this is not about pyramids,
hexagons, the hardness of diamonds,
It is about understanding the Gods.
Imagine each infinite pyramid as a Person
of infinite compassion,
each one both unique and the ultimate reality.
Altogether they are the diamond,
dwelling within us,
for we are infinite within.
The Gods have bodies.
We are their bodies.
That’s why they created us.