Defining Deity
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A human figure representing the Divinity within us all, embraces the planet upon which he envisions the harmony and unity of all mankind.

Depicted in the four corners of the border are; the faces of humanity - the kingdoms of animal, mineral and vegetable - an angel holding the symbol of perfected man - and a single lined knot representing the continuous cycle of life and death.

Decorating the throne are the four elements, seasons, and apostles, expressed in their traditional symbols of the Bull, the Eagle, Man and the Lion.

One Earth        



Note:  Initially, I used the term "God" exclusively when referencing Ultimacy.  Also, the material which I disseminated to scholars for critical review was characterized as a "Proof for God."  For this reason, the endorsements which I've included directly reference the term 'God.'  However, scholars from other parts of the world have correctly noted that the term 'God' is a word of Western origin and therefore may prove to be objectionable to some.  Since the underlying intent of this website is to promote International cooperation -- for the greater good of ALL mankind -- I have decided to replace the term 'God' with that of "Deity."  I realize that this is a touchy subject, but I trust that all who can will understand.



lthough I use the term Deity throughout this discourse, it is being used to refer to 'pure potential' in the form of a unifying singularity as opposed to something less.  This makes my usage more akin to that of "ultimate reality," or "the ground of all being," than it is to the more conventional characterizations of Deity that are in use today. 

As a result, it matters little to this discourse how you choose to refer to Ultimacy, so long as you come away with the realization of Its necessity; and understand that there are basic implications inherent to this idea that cannot be logically denied.  I have elected to limit this consideration to Deity's universal nature in order to circumvent the continuing argument over whose personal rendition of Ultimacy is more correct.

This in no way means to imply that I don't have a personal belief system, for I do.  And, like all other belief systems, it often goes beyond the realm of pure logic to satisfy the human needs intrinsic to the experience by which I have come to see myself.  However, these peculiarities do not lend themselves to a logical discussion and therefore have no place in a dialogue of this nature.

So, when considering this material, please do not confuse my use of the term Deity with that of any particular religion, for none is intended.  Instead, my usage refers to the foundational difference, in thought, that gives credibility to all worship of Ultimacy, regardless of how different it may be in actual practice. 

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