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Ichazo sees "The Unity" as responsible for all great cultural advances, from Persian through Greek and into the modern world. <ref>Ichazo, Oscar. The Human Process of Enlightenment and Freedom. New York: Arica Institute, 1976.p. 13-16.</ref> "The Greeds did not have a culture until the eighth century B.C. But suddenly, all at once, Greece is born with the legend of Orpheus, the discovery of the Oneness and the ''Unity.''<ref>Ichazo, Oscar. The Human Process of Enlightenment and Freedom. New York: Arica Institute, 1976.p. 15.</ref>  
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Ichazo sees "The Unity" as responsible for all great cultural advances, from Persian through Greek and into the modern world. <ref>Ichazo, Oscar. The Human Process of Enlightenment and Freedom. New York: Arica Institute, 1976.p. 13-16.</ref> "The Greeks did not have a culture until the eighth century B.C. But suddenly, all at once, Greece is born with the legend of Orpheus, the discovery of the Oneness and the ''Unity.''<ref>Ichazo, Oscar. The Human Process of Enlightenment and Freedom. New York: Arica Institute, 1976.p. 15.</ref>  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 08:46, 11 July 2019


The Unity (also The Oneness) is the term Oscar Ichazo uses to refer to a state of relatively persistent and pure Connection.[1]

Syncretic Terms

Connection Outcome > Channeling, Classic Mysticism, Descent of the Holy Spirit, Divine Marriage, Divine Union, It, Liberation, Lightning Strike, Mystical Experience, Mysticism, Perfect Contemplation, Spiritual Marriage, The Unity, Union, Union with Reality

Notes

Ichazo sees "The Unity" as responsible for all great cultural advances, from Persian through Greek and into the modern world. [2] "The Greeks did not have a culture until the eighth century B.C. But suddenly, all at once, Greece is born with the legend of Orpheus, the discovery of the Oneness and the Unity.[3]


Footnotes

  1. Ichazo, Oscar. The Human Process of Enlightenment and Freedom. New York: Arica Institute, 1976.
  2. Ichazo, Oscar. The Human Process of Enlightenment and Freedom. New York: Arica Institute, 1976.p. 13-16.
  3. Ichazo, Oscar. The Human Process of Enlightenment and Freedom. New York: Arica Institute, 1976.p. 15.
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