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Most often is God (the godhead and the divinity) understood to be a person of a transcendental nature, also called the Lord. Since several Lordships stressed the importance of not being God themselves but just the prophet, son or teacher of God, the term impersonally refers to a mystical omnipresent allknowing and worshipable Supreme Being or Supersoul. Scientifically the term seems to refer to the power (soul) of (omnipresent, allknowing and respectable) conditioning of cyclic time in relation to the ether, determining the 'Force', the material structure and consciousness of any living being. It is clear that God can be anything or anyone while the reverse is not true being just an element and not the category. Thus God is a person, while at the same time the person is not God (also see the opulences or wealth of God).

  • There are three characteristics of divinity: maintenance, creation and destruction (see modes).
  • There are three qualities: eternity (from the constant witness that is the soul, consciousness (of the natural order of the sun, the moon and the stars?, and bliss (the result of doing yout duty, of dharma).
  • There are three schadows: infatuation from attachment, dictatorship from false authority, and madness from a lack of discipline.
  • God can filognostically, to the degrees of experience, also be described as the self of the selves, the ego of the egos and the soul of the souls.
  • God as the Force or 'something' is understood as the impersonation of the ether, or the other way around is the ether considered to be the reflection of the integrity of the person of God.
  • Vedically one knows God according to the Upanishad (the philosophical nucleus) as the Complete Whole, called OM PURNAM. Unknowable, but still an unmistakable fact.

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