The Concept of Figmentalism (everything is imaginary)

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It helps to think of Figmentalism as a concept at first, to get a grasp of this new way of seeing your reality. We have been steeped in material/realism for so long that we fully take for granted that there are real atoms and molecules making up the environment. Figmentalism questions this assumption. Believing in the "real" world is the concept of reality. Refusing to believe in it does not really seem like a concept at all.

Design---Exploration of our reality reveals things that have a poetic content. Real things seem to be the product of design and we could all say "We would have made it that way" when we appreciate some fine view.See Celestial Body Relationships.

Order---If material came first and evolved into this environ, how does it’s product show such rational order? The animals are all so ideally represented, as are the insects, birds, reptiles, etc. Could this fine replication be simply put down to random creation from something unobserved? Order is what we expect, and get, because we project that into it. See Vaporeal Projection.

Dream---We all have two basic states that we are aware of; stationary/sleep and mobile/awake and we seem to do a variety of dreaming in both. In both cases our body of senses act as a barrier to the world we sense. They are the only things that allow us to "see" and "feel" the world we live in. The brain has no way of verifying reality is actually there but is well supported in this by consensus of others. The brain cannot taste salt, for example, all it can do is receive the sensation from the tongue that fits that description. Figmentalism states that the opposite is more credible. The brain imagines it has a tongue in it’s body of senses and triggers all the necessary projections to believe it’s experiencing taste.

Theory of Material/Reality---Supports Figmentalism by being so incomplete and short of postulation beyond the "Big Bang Theory". It is the dominant scientific theory about the origin of the universe. According to the big bang, the universe was created sometime between 10 billion and 20 billion years ago from a cosmic explosion that hurled matter in all directions. This event supposedly resulted from a super dense point/mass that underwent some cataclysmic change that began time and space as well. Scientists generally concur, worldwide, that this singularity was the birth of space/time but generally to hasten that the idea is very speculative. All of modern science is based on theory that matter existed long before any cognizant entity and would continue to exist even if we didn’t. A fifth-grader would ask, "Where did this material come from in the first place?" and Science has no answer for that question. There is also the problem of how a space became available for the universe to both expand from and to.

Namron Soar