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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
  
'''We are no less than the One.''' Nevertheless, the One retains information about the entire history of the Creation, which, as noted in the Book of Light, becomes available to you if know the right questions to ask; and of course, if you, rainbow being, have the medicine balls to ask for.  
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'''We are no less than the One.''' Nevertheless, the One retains information about the entire history of the Creation, which, as noted in the Book of Light, becomes available to you if you a) know the right questions to ask and b) have the medicine balls to ask them.  
  
In LP theology/cosmology, the One is neither the originator of all creation (creation existed long before) nor the erroneously tagged "alpha" [[God]]. And just to be clear, on the LP there is no such thing as an [[Alpha God]]. In LP theology/cosmology, the One, though honoured with a sacred task, is no more glorious to behold than any other monadic spark. In LP theology, the One is only one among many in the [[The Fabric]].
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Note, in LP theology/cosmology, the One is neither the originator of all creation (creation existed long before) nor the erroneously tagged "alpha" [[God]] of sexist/patriarchal lore. Just to be clear, on the LP there is no such thing as an [[Alpha God]]. In LP theology/cosmology, the One, though honoured with a sacred task, is no more glorious to behold than any other monadic spark. In LP theology, the One is only one among many in the [[The Fabric]].
 
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Old energy spiritualities represent the One as an alpha male.  
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Also note, old energy spiritualities always, always, always represent the One as an alpha male. Think [[Church God]], Neo from the Matrix, Harry Potter from Hogwarts, and so on, ad naseum, gag, gag, puke.
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 14:05, 16 June 2017

In ancient Greek philosophy, the "One" (Greek: To Hen) is the ineffable God who creates the physical universe through emanation. Plato, Aristotle, and Plotinus refer to the One. This view is correct, but limited.

In LP theology/philosophy, the "One" is "the One Who Stayed Behind." In LP theology/philosophy, the One is the single monadic "I" that remains after the decision to collapse the Fabric back to the Original State of existence in order to deal with the first Dimensional Impasse is implemented.

Notes

We are no less than the One. Nevertheless, the One retains information about the entire history of the Creation, which, as noted in the Book of Light, becomes available to you if you a) know the right questions to ask and b) have the medicine balls to ask them.

Note, in LP theology/cosmology, the One is neither the originator of all creation (creation existed long before) nor the erroneously tagged "alpha" God of sexist/patriarchal lore. Just to be clear, on the LP there is no such thing as an Alpha God. In LP theology/cosmology, the One, though honoured with a sacred task, is no more glorious to behold than any other monadic spark. In LP theology, the One is only one among many in the The Fabric.

Also note, old energy spiritualities always, always, always represent the One as an alpha male. Think Church God, Neo from the Matrix, Harry Potter from Hogwarts, and so on, ad naseum, gag, gag, puke.

See Also

God | Alpha God

Further Reading

Sosteric, Mike (2012). Ding Dong the Alpha Male is Dead. Socjourn.


Sharp, Michael (BOLVI). The Book of Light - The Nature of God, the Structure of Consciousness, and the Universe Within You. Volume One - Air. Lightning Path Press.


Sharp, Michael. (BOLVII). The Book of Light: The Nature of God, the Structure of Consciousness, and the Universe Within You (Vol. Two - Water). St. Albert, Alberta: Lightning Path Press.




Cite as:
Sharp, Michael, "The One," SpiritWiki, http://www.thespiritwiki.com/index.php/The One, [Accessed: June 25, 2017]