I'm a brazilian admirator of math and philosofy, my english is very poor, because I ask apologize antecipated.

I whish yours opinion about a theorem, if I must go on, or forget about. let see:

Became G a set of total possible of existence, in the form:

{x e G/ x property of a total possible of existence}

think existence in all levels.

Theorem: First cause

"If set G is not a subset of nine other existent set, what import to say, him is self cause, so him is perfect, and finite."

Prove for contradiction: G is not a subset, but is imperfect. So must exist least one element what is not a property of G,

became possible a existence of a set compound by elements of G and a least one element, so G became a subset. Absurd(contradiction).

in other hand, let see: the set G is perfect, but is a subset of another set. but if G is all possible of existence, a set what a contain G do no property

elements , because this not have existence of ents what sustain this set. Absurd(contradiction).

Q.E.D.

if theorem is true, let say what set exist, is cause by yourself and perfect e finite. I know what this prove seems very simple, but if is true, another consequences of him, maybe not be so simple.

thanks antecipated,

Atenciously,

Lucio Marcos Lemgruber