Atheism & Pantheism

What is the fundamental difference between Atheism and Pantheism? I would say the fundamental difference lies in the Atheist’s attitude toward Nature. In their awareness (or lack thereof), of the divine qualities present therein. That being said, in my view, I think Atheism is actually a great place to start… Because by holding the Atheist … More Atheism & Pantheism

The Goals, Motivations, Purpose & Intentions of Biopantheism

My Goals: What exactly is it that I hope to accomplish through the formation of this movement? Well, I have many goals, one of which is to make Pantheism a relevant and rational alternative to the Abrahamic faiths. Another is to have a philosophical/spiritual basis for environmental ethics and morality—a universally established morality, that not … More The Goals, Motivations, Purpose & Intentions of Biopantheism

What the “All” in Pantheism Really Means

Pantheism asserts that all physical things are divine, not that all ideologies and religious beliefs are accurate or true. The “all” in Pantheism denotes all energy/matter… as in, all objects and elements, i.e. all ‘things’ in Nature. Nature Itself is what we view as sacred and holy, not all religious systems, which each contradict themselves … More What the “All” in Pantheism Really Means

Pantheist Holidays & Our Lost Connection to the Earth

I once had a conversation with a friend of mine about what might serve as a possible basis for a series of annual, Pantheistic observances or ‘holidays’ one might wish to partake in, if they felt so inclined. I thought it was a great idea, but it also raised a ton of conflicting thoughts in … More Pantheist Holidays & Our Lost Connection to the Earth

The Divine Pattern

As stated many times before, the ontology of Biopan is based upon the Torus—the fundamental shape and form of every living thing that exists within every living system. This is NOT just speculation or wishful intent, but an inherent truth derived from a very scrupulous and comprehensive examination of all biological systems, both great and … More The Divine Pattern

* Consciousness *

Is the Universe conscious? For a great many years, scientists, physicists, mystics, scholars and philosophers alike have attempted to answer this question and resolve the mystery of consciousness. What it is, what its origins are and what is necessary in order for it to manifest… whether or not a brain and central nervous system are … More * Consciousness *

Suffering, Pain & Love

Renowned evolutionary biologist and outspoken Atheist Richard Dawkins once made a statement: “The total amount of suffering per year in the natural world is beyond all decent contemplation. During the minute that it takes me to compose this sentence, thousands of animals are being eaten alive, many others are running for their lives, whimpering with … More Suffering, Pain & Love

Veganism & Pantheism

How we treat other biological organisms, specifically other non-human animals, is extremely important in this philosophy. We cannot talk about the sanctity of Life and how much we should love and respect Nature and still continue to eat the dead flesh, muscle tissue and secretions of other animals who were slaughtered in terrible ways and … More Veganism & Pantheism