Unity, Equality, and Authentic Spirituality (Dutiful Participation) Across the Ages
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Covenantal Assumption Zero

The Equation

0 + 0 = 0

Equals, Treat Equals, Equally
and Our Children Equal Us.

To Identify Self-Interest
with the Interest of Other Selves
Is to Engage Equationship.

The Omni-Octaval Constitution of Creation
The Ground of, the Possibility of, The Unity of,


Roger E. Blumberg Sept, 2016

In the Beginning . . .

Unity is, the Beginning, the End, and everything Between. It IS, and ever existed, whether we recognize that or not. It is not just some final-seconds state of an end-game, or a "goal" which some eon from now might possibly be achieved. It is/was the Starting Point. It, Alone, and All-One, the Whole, was there, thus Only It, Existed, then as now.

The Ancients knew there is no such thing as "Nothing". Conversely, they also knew, and emphatically in the affirmative, that there IS the Whole, Complete, The One. That, was never in question. This Eternal Singularity, this Perfection, that Divine all encompassing Totality, was "Uni"versally seen, conceived-of, and graphically symbolized by all everywhere, as, a Perfect Sphere, or simply a Circle. That Undifferentiated Whole, which must precede any particular numeric part called "1", or, "the One before the 1", is what we call Zero. It displays attributes and capacities unlike all others. It alone declares and reveals The First Law, the Ground, upon which the rest or else-ness and separateness is compared — Unity, Identity, and Equality — the stuff of Perfection, otherwise called Divine, or God-like. The image and likeness of that highest Standard, is not a Nothing, but rather The thing, the Whole and All in magnitude and sum, and is signed thus; "0" — Zero, Cifra, or Cipher (the Key "bit").

And The Message encoded, inscribed, could indeed be identifiable with "Divine" attribution:

0 + 0 = 0

In a Realm of Equals

"Our Children Equal Us"

So let us check our math, and our watches too . . .

Image ; The Wait

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