The problem is that many things are around you. But for all of them you prefer to think up explanations forgetting of principle "entities must not be multiplied beyond necessity".
You, of all people, accusing us of forgetting Occam's Razor? It's clear that you don't understand it very well, so allow me to take a moment to explain it properly to you.
What Occam's Razor means is not to make any more assumptions than are necessary. In essence, when you're trying to explain something, you should avoid making assumptions about things relating to it. Take those videos you posted earlier - why should anyone assume that the strange things shown therein actually represent something supernatural? Occam's Razor argues against making such assumptions without need. Instead, you should seek to get as much information as possible, without resorting to making unnecessary assumptions about it.
Or, that link you posted early on, where you talked about God creating "artificial evil" to vaccinate the universe with. That whole premise is based on nothing but speculation and assumptions, and thus has no real validity as an explanation. Indeed, it severely violated Occam's Razor by making assumption after assumption which simply aren't necessary. I'll give you a short list of the assumptions you made:
- You assumed that there was a God to begin with.
- You assumed that this God was able to extrapolate an infinite quantity of possible universes.
- This assumption contained a further one - that God was capable of dealing with infinities.
- You assumed that God then came up with a Plan to 'vaccinate' the universe against evil.
- You then assumed that God created entities of limited intelligence, and that he had full and absolute control over everything that these entities felt, thought, and experienced.
- This assumption contained a further one - that God had the power to actually do that.
And that's just covering the first two paragraphs of your attempt to explain "God's Plan". I haven't even begun to analyze it for logical flaws at this point, I'm only pointing out some of the assumptions you made in it.