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Answers to questions you may have been afraid to ask!

An opportunity to explore the spiritual in a manner that all may come together and share.


Oct 16, 2010

Unity is one of those words that gets tossed around more often than baseballs in a ball park.  And what does it mean?  It depends on who is talking!  Well, for us it is definitely not forcing the one-size-fits-all approach on other people.  And if unity is not that, then it might be simply people able to do things together even if they are on different spiritual paths.  

Bishop Fulton Sheen was known for saying that he did not seek a unity of religion, but a unity of religious people.  There is an important distinction there, and he recognizes that.  He also acknowledged that the one-size-fits-all approach to religion would never work.  

And then we see in Regardie's works some special revelations of where the Gods and Goddesses came from, what they did not come from, and what they came to be from.  He had studied the ancient Egyptian deities in some depth, and you'd be amazed at the connection found between the Egyptian and the Hebrew.  And do you think that the Celts, Norse, and others fromm afar.

Did you ever notice how similar the tales of gods and godesses are between various paths?  And there are a few other clues.

And the conclusion, it would appear, is something which we can all celebrate!  You'll see!


Blessed Be!