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The divine wholeness spoken of by the Lord Christ as “the beginning and the ending,” Alpha and Omega, in Revelation.<ref>Rev. 1:8.</ref> Through the [[Universal Christ]], the Word incarnate, the Father is the origin and the Mother is the fulfillment of the cycles of God’s consciousness expressed throughout the Spirit-Matter creation.
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The divine wholeness spoken of by the Lord Christ as “the beginning and the ending,” Alpha and Omega, in [[Book of Revelation|Revelation]].<ref>Rev. 1:8.</ref> Through the [[Universal Christ]], the Word incarnate, the Father is the origin and the Mother is the fulfillment of the cycles of God’s consciousness expressed throughout the Spirit-Matter creation.
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[[God]]
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Latest revision as of 02:31, 7 March 2017

The divine wholeness spoken of by the Lord Christ as “the beginning and the ending,” Alpha and Omega, in Revelation.[1] Through the Universal Christ, the Word incarnate, the Father is the origin and the Mother is the fulfillment of the cycles of God’s consciousness expressed throughout the Spirit-Matter creation.

See also

God

Alpha and Omega

Sources

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Understanding Yourself: A Spiritual Approach to Self-Discovery and Soul-Awareness.

  1. Rev. 1:8.