“Yol” is a unique vision of god as a society of souls.
Yol rejects the idea of a Creator .
Yol says that life begins on planets without a participation of supernatural power and subsequently brings a “natural” god to life.
Very primitive in the beginning, our planet’s god evolves into an influential power, that leads all life via extrasensory interactions.
Parts of this knowledge have been coming to many humans throughout the existence of humankind.
Our unbiased ancestors at the prehistoric times were able to get parts of this message in a more clear way and accepted them.
But in the process of development of the human society, the other ideas that could serve better the interests of men in power became dominant.
Development of societies, science, and technology and all the favors and misfortunes that they brought up along
the way has brought the humankind to a necessity to re-evaluate the basis on which major civilizations are built upon.
Not all the people or civilizations see the necessity of changes to happen in the world.
Not all people are ready to depart with their deep rooted religious beliefs
As well as not all people believe in the existence of god.
As paradoxical as it may sound, god doesn’t want all people on the planet to receive
one and the same message at one and the same time. People of different ages or stages of development
should receive information adjusted to their age and ability to understand it.
Those people that try to find answers about spiritual side of life may find the yolreligion.com site as a suitable venue for their purpose.
Yol is a science-friendly teaching.
YOL is a unique vision of god as a society of souls, concerned about general life on the planet Earth.
Life begins on many planets by itself and subsequently brings a new god to life.
Very primitive in the beginning, this planet’s god evolves into an influential power, that leads all life via extrasensory interactions.
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I seek the attention of agnostics – those that are not hardened in their ideas about the divine.