Summum Study Guide


ABIDING: Continuing without change; enduring; lasting.
ABSOLUTE: Fundamental; ultimate; perfect; complete; whole; pure.
ABSOLUTE: Perfect or complete or pure.
ABSORPTION: Being taken in and incorporated; assimilated; drawn in.
ABYSS: A bottomless gulf or pit.
ACCELERATED: Caused to go more rapidly.
ACCUMULATION: An increase by natural growth or addition.
ACTION: The state of being active; unfolding of events.
AD INFINITUM: To infinity; without or seemingly without limit.
AEONS: An immeasurably long period of time.
AFFINITY: The force attracting atoms to each other and binding them together in a molecule.
AFFIRMATIONS: The act of mentally asserting what one would like to have happen.
ALCHEMISTS: An early form of chemistry, with philosophical association.
ALERT: Condition of heightened watchfulness or preparation for action; very attentive or observant.
ALTERABLE: Capable of being changed or altered in some characteristic.
ALTERATION: An event that occurs when something passes from one state or phase to another.
ALTERED STATE: Different frame of mind; adjusted position.
ALTERED: Make or become different in some particular way, without permanently losing one's or its former characteristics or essence.
ALTERING: Cause to change; make different; cause a transformation.
AMEN: The ancient Egyptian god of life and reproduction.
ANALOGY: Similarity in some respect between things that are otherwise dissimilar.
ANALYSIS: An investigation of the component parts of a whole.
ANNIHILATED: Destroyed completely.
ANTECEDENT: A preceding occurrence or cause or event.
ANTHROPOLOGY: The social science that studies the origins and social relationships of human beings.
ANTITHESIS: Exact opposite.
APHORISMS: A short concise statement of a principle.
APPETITES: A feeling of craving something.
APPLICATION: The work of applying something.
ARBITRARY: Not fixed by rules but left to one's judgment or choice.
ARCHANGEL: A being in dedication and devotion to the spiritual evolution of all creation; a being of superior power and intelligence that humankind; celestial hierarchy; chief angel.  
ARTIFICIAL: Contrived by art rather than nature.
ASCEND: To proceed from a lower to a higher level or degree; rise.
ASCENDING: The act of changing location in an upward direction.
ASCRIBE: Attribute; regard as belonging to; to refer to a supposed cause or source.
ASCRIPTIONS: Assigning to a cause or source.
ASLEEP: In a state of sleep; not conscious to awake; unaware.
ASPECTS: The appearance of a thing as seen from a specific point; view; exposure.
ASTROLOGERS: Those who study and apply astrology.
ASTROLOGY: Originally the practical application of astronomical motion and forces to humankind predictions.
ASTRONOMER: A physicist who studies astronomy.
ASTRONOMICAL: Relating or belonging to the science of astronomy.
ASTRONOMY: The branch of physics that studies celestial bodies and the universe as a whole.
ATOM: (physics and chemistry) the smallest component of an element having the chemical properties of the element.
ATOMIC ATTRACTION: The force causing atoms to approach or adhere to one another.
ATTAINED: To gain with effort; achieved or reached.
ATTENTION: The act of keeping one's mind on something or the ability to do this; mental concentration; the location of one's consciousness.
ATTRACTION: The force by which one object attracts another.
ATTUNE: Adjust or accustom to; bring into harmony with.
AUTOMATICALLY: Done without conscious thought.
AUTOMATON: Someone who acts or responds in a mechanical or apathetic way.
AWAKENING: Cause to become awake or conscious; make aware.
AWAKENS: Cause to become awake or conscious.
AXIOM: A saying that is widely accepted on its own merits.
BALANCE: Equality of distribution.
BALANCED: Being in a state of proper balance or equilibrium.
BAPTIZED: Immersed in; cleansed, purified through an act or ordeal.
BEGET: Procreate; to bring into being; produce.
BELIEF: A religious doctrine that is proclaimed as true without proof.
BELIEVE: To accept the idea that certain things are true without a real knowledge; to have confidence in; to like, desire to be true.
BEWILDERING: Causing bafflement.
BIG BANG: A statement of cosmology holding that the expansion of the universe began with a gigantic explosion.
BOND: A uniting force or influence; the union itself.
BOUND: Place limits on; confined; enclosed.
BUNDLES: A collection of things wrapped or boxed together.
CAPTIVE: Confined; held under restraint.
CATALYST: (chemistry) a substance that initiates or accelerates a chemical reaction without itself being affected.
CATHODE: The negative electrode from which current flows; the mother, the feminine gender of electrical current.
CAUSE AND EFFECT: The inherent relationship between events precedent, consequent, and subsequent, and following and inevitable structure and order.  
CESSATION: A stopping.
CHAIN: A series of things depending on each other as if linked together.
CHANCE: An unknown and unpredictable phenomenon that causes an event to result one way rather than another.
CHAOS: Extreme confusion or disorder; un-organization.
CHAOTIC: Completely unordered and unpredictable and confusing.
CHEMICAL AFFINITY: Attractive force between substances or particles to approach or adhere to one another.
CLASS: A collection of things sharing a common attribute.
CLEAR: Rid of obstructions; make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear.
CLONING: Self multiplication accomplished by transferring a portion of their substance.
COGNIZANCE: Having knowledge of.
COHESION: The intermolecular force that holds together the molecules in a solid or liquid.
COITUS: Sexual intercourse; physical union of male and female accompanied by rhythmic movements.
COLLECTIVE CONSCIOUSNESS: Many states of consciousness gathered together forming a whole; a single consciousness of many units as one whole.
COMMUNICATED: Let know; pass information on (to someone).
COMMUNION: An inner spiritual union; a joining together in intimate spiritual oneness.
COMPARATIVE: Relating to or based on or involving comparison.
COMPELLED: Make someone do something.
COMPENSATE: To counterbalance in weight, force; counteract.
COMPENSATES: Counterbalances in weight, force; counteracting.
COMPENSATION: Anything given as an equivalent; counterbalancing.
COMPILATION: Something that has been collected in a single volume.
COMPONENTS: Constituent parts; ingredients.
COMPOSITE: A conceptual whole made up of complicated and related parts.
COMPREHEND: Get the meaning of something; understand; take in; understand the significance of.
COMPROMISE: A middle way between two extremes; to weaken or give up (one's principles or ideals); to not complete or follow through.
CONCENTRATING: Complete attention; intense mental effort.
CONNOTATION: An idea that is implied or suggested.
CONSCIOUS: Aware of oneself as a thinking being; knowing what one is doing and why; having a feeling or knowledge (of one's own sensations, feelings); waking state.  
CONSCIOUSNESS: Aware of one's own feelings, what is happening around one; the totality of one's thoughts, feelings and impressions.
CONSEQUENT: Following as an effect or result.
CONSISTS: Formed of or made up of; composed of; to be contained or inherent.
CONSTANT: Persistent in occurrence and unvarying in nature
CONSTRUCT: Something set in logical order; devise; form by fitting elements systematically together.
CONTEMPLATION: Attention focused to thought; thoughtful inspection; mystical meditation.
CONTINUUM: A continuous nonspatial whole or extent or succession in which no part or portion is distinct or disstinguishable from adjacent parts.  
CONTRADICTORY: Two propositions are contradictories if both cannot be true (or both cannot be false) at the same time.
CONVULSIONS: Violent uncontrollable contractions of muscles.
COPULATION: To unite; have sexual intercourse; fusion; joining two to make one; the bond making and bond breaking.
COROLLARY: (logic) an inference that follows directly from the proof of another proposition.
CORRESPONCENCE: Conformity; similarity; an agreement between things one to another; association; interrelationship between levels or degrees.
CORROBORATES: Support with evidence or authority; make more certain or confirm.
COUNTERBALANCE: A compensating equivalent.
COURAGE: A quality of spirit that enables you to face danger of pain without showing fear.
CREATE: Make or cause to be or to become.
CREATION: The universe and everything in it; all the worlds and all existence; something originated by the mind; a result of nothing and possibility bonding.  
CREATION'S COPULATION: The bonding of nothing and possibility infinite times in a finite moment; the sexual intercourse beteen the subjective nothing and possibility.  
CREATURES: A living organism characterized by voluntary movement.
CRITICIZES: Express criticism of; point out real or perceived flaws.
CUCKOO: A bird which lays eggs in the nests of other birds.
CURIOSITITES: A state in which you want to learn more about something.
CYCLES: An interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs.
DANCE: Move in a graceful and rhythmical way; to be stirred in movement, as leaves in the wind.
DEATH: The process of transitioning from one form into another. The end of that which is unsubstantial.
DECADENCE: Decay from a better moral or cultural standard.
DEDICATION: To set apart, devotion to a sacred purpose; devote to some work or duty.
DEGREE: A specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process.
DEITY: The state of being a god; divinity.
DEMIGODS: A lesser god; the offspring of a human being and a god or goddess; godlike person.
DEPRESSION: Sad feelings of gloom and inadequacy.
DESCENT: A movement downward.
DESIRABLE: Worth having or seeking or achieving.
DESTINY: A predetermined course of events as dictated by the natural laws which underlie all phenomena.
DEVOTION: The state of dedication; the act or quality of giving oneself over wholly to a cause or person or thing.
DIAMETRICALLY: As from opposite ends of a diameter.
DICTATE: To command, terms, rules, etc.; guiding principle or requirement.
DICTUM: An authoritative declaration.
DIGRESS: Wander from a direct or straight course.
DISCIPLINE: A branch of knowledge.
DISCORD: Lack of agreement or harmony. Disagreement, dissention, conflict, contention.
DISINTEGRATE: Break into parts or components.
DISSEMINATION: The act of dispersing something.
DISTINGUISHED: Mark as different.
DIVINE: Celestial; heavenly; marvelous; supremely great, good.
DOMAIN: A sphere of influence or activity.
DOMINANT: Exercising influence or control.
DOMINATE: Be in control; rule the roost; have dominance over.
DOMINATES: Be in control; rule the roost.
DRAMA: A series of events so interesting, vivid, etc. as to hold your attention as real; a state, situation, or series of events involving interesting or intense conflict of forces.  
DREAMING: A state of thoughts, images, or emotions occurring during sleep; a state of mind marked by abstraction from reality.
DUAL: Consisting of or involving two parts or components usually in pairs.
DURATION: The period of time during which something continues.
DYNAMIC: Relating to energy or physical force in motion; energetic; vigorous; vibrant; vital.
EBB: To fall from a higher to a lower level or from a better to a worse state.
EGO: The self variously conceived as a spiritual substance on which experience is superimposed, the series of acts and mental states introspectively recognized; the individual as aware of himself; self-esteem.  
EGO: The self variously conceived as a spiritual substance on which experience is superimposed, the series of acts and mental states introspectively recognized; the individual as aware of himself; self-esteem.  
ELASTICITY: The tendency of a body to return to its original shape after it has been stretched or compressed.
ELECTRON: An elementary particle with negative charge.
ELECTRONS: Any of the negatively charged particles that form a part of all atoms.
ELIXIRS: Liquids created specifically by psychokinesis which retain living knowledge; a drink used in a sacramental process of meditation to transmit vibratory knowledge.  
ELUSIVE: Be difficult to detect or grasp by the mind.
EMANATES: Proceed or issue forth, as from a source.
EMANATING: Proceed or issue forth, as from a source.
EMANATION: Something that comes forth from a source.
EMBODIES: Represent or express something abstract in tangible form. To collect into or make part of an organized whole.
EMOTIONS: The effective aspect of conscious feelings; manifested feelings as a result of recalled memory.
ENABLE: Provide with means, opportunity, power or authority; to make possible or effective.
ENCUMBRANCES: Something that impedes or is burdensome.
ENGAGED: Carry out or participate in an activity; be involved in.
ENTHUSIASM: A strong feeling, to be inspired, be possessed by a god; supernatural inspiration or possession; intense or eager interest.
ENUNCIATED: Express or state clearly.
EQUAL: Be identical or equivalent to.
EQUILIBRIUM: A stable situation in which forces cancel one another.
ERRONEOUS: Mistaken; inaccurate; wrong; error.
ESOTERIC PSYCHOLOGY: That area of psychology lying beyond the traditional or apparent study of the human mind; inner psychology.
ESOTERIC: Inner; inside; beyond the understanding or knowledge of most people; inner knowledge. Confined to and understandable by only an enlightened inner circle.  
ESOTERIC: Confined to and understandable by only an enlightened inner circle.
ESSENCE: That which makes something what it is; the real nature of anything; the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience.
ETERNAL: Continuing forever or indefinitely.
ETHANOL: The intoxicating agent in fermented and distilled liquors.
EVENT: Something that happens at a given place and time. Happening; occurrence; between cause and effect.
EVOLUTION: A process in which something passes by degrees to a more advanced or mature stage. Unfoldment; growth; progression; a process of continuous change from a lower, simpler to a higher, more complex state.  
EVOLUTIONARY: Progression; pertaining to a process of continuous change from a lower, simpler to a higher, more complex state.
EXHALE: Expel air; give out, as of breath or an odor.
EXHAUST: Use up the whole supply of; deplete.
EXOTERIC: Of the outside world; external; not limited to a select few.
EXQUISITE: Lavishly elegant and refined; of extreme beauty.
EXTREMES: The point located farthest from the middle of something.
FACULTIES: The power to do; ability to perform an action; power or ability to some particular thing.
FANTASY: Imagination; illusion; phantasm.
FATHERHOOD: God; the masculine element in the creation of the universe; origin; source.
FEAR: An emotion experienced in anticipation of some specific pain or danger (usually accompanied by a desire to flee or fight).
FEMININE: Pertaining to that aspect which receives impressions and is responsible for the active creative work; woman; female.
FIELDS: An area or division of activity; a region or space in which a given effect or manifestation exists; levels.
FINITE: Having a limited nature of existence; having bounds, ends, or limits.
FIX: Make firm, stable or stationary; to hold or direct steadily.
FIXATION: Persistent concentration; preoccupation or attachment.
FIXED: Firmly placed or attached; steady; unmoving; resolute.
FOLLY: The trait of acting stupidly or rashly.
FORMS: To give shape to; fashion; to arrange in order.
FORMULATIONS: Devise; to put together and express; established rule.
FRAGMENTS: A piece broken off of something else.
FUTILITY: Uselessness as a consequence of having no practical result.
GASTRULATION: The process of turning inside out; the inner nature manifesting itself outwardly.
GENDER: The properties that distinguish organisms on the basis of their reproductive roles. The masculine and feminine aspects responsible for all creative process.  
GENERATE: Bring into existence.
GENERATES: Bring into existence.
GENETIC: Relating to heredity and variation of organisms; origin of something.
GENETICALLY: Pertaining to, or produced by genes, namely the origin, generation, or development of something; relating to inherited characteristics of an organism.  
GEOMETRY: The pure mathematics of points and lines and curves and surfaces.
GNOSTIC: A system of mystical religious and philosophical doctrines combining Christianity with Greek and Oriental philosophies.
GRANDILOQUENTLY: Using high-flown, pompous, bombastic words and expressions.
GRAPHIC: Describing or described in realistic and vivid detail; colorful; explicit.
GRAVITATION: The force of attraction between all masses in the universe; especially the attraction of the earth's mass for bodies near its surface. An attraction to something; an attracting force.  
GROSS: Dense; thick; unrefined; lacking in fine distinction or fine detail.
HARMONIZE: Attune; blend; bring into agreement; to join within.
HARMONY: A harmonious state; congruity of parts with one another and with the whole. A combination of parts or units into a pleasing or orderly whole; congruity; agreement in feeling, action, ideas, interests.  
HAVEN: A place of safety and comfort.
HEMISPHERES: Half of a sphere.
HIERARCHIES: A graded or ranked series; orderly division of Beings ascending to angels and upward.
HIERARCHY: A set orderly scale of evolutionary advancement from humankind to gods.
HIEROGLYPHS: A writing system using picture symbols; used in ancient Egypt.
HUMOROUS: Amusing; comical; funny.
HYPNOTISM: The act or practice of inducing hypnosis; producing a trance.
HYPNOTIZED: To affect or influence by or as if by hypnotism; in a trance.
HYPOTHESES: A concept that is not yet verified but that if true would explain certain facts or phenomena.
HYPOTHESIS: A concept that is not yet verified but that if true would explain certain facts or phenomena.
HYPOTHETICAL: Based on, involving, or having the nature of, an assumption, or hypothesis, or supposition.
IDENTICAL: Exactly alike; incapable of being perceived as different.
ILLUSIONS: A false idea or conception; belief or opinion not in accord with facts.
ILLUSTRATIONS: A visual representation (a picture or diagram) that is used make some subject more pleasing or easier to understand.
IMMANENT: Living; remaining, or operating within; inherent; present throughout; intrinsic.
IMMERSE: Thrust or throw into; engross (oneself) fully.
IMMERSED: Thrust or throw into; engross (oneself) fully.
IMMERSION: The act of plunging into a specified state; absorbed deeply; engrossed; the act of being baptized within a specified state. the act of submerging something.  
IMMUTABLE: Not subject or susceptible to change or variation in form or quality or nature.
IMPERMANENCE: The property of not existing for indefinitely long durations.
IMPURITIES: The condition of being impure.
IN: Contained or enclosed by; envelope.
INCARNATE: To be made flesh; endowed with a human body; in human form.
INCLINATION: A characteristic likelihood of or natural disposition toward a certain condition or character or effect.
INDIGNANTLY: Considering as unworthy or improper; expression of displeasure; offended.
INDRAWING: The attraction in; a drawing or pulling in; an inward flow; returning home.
INDUCTION: The drawing in of something to a state; influencing by stimulating with a state.
INEXPLICABLE: Incapable of being explained or accounted for.
INFINITE: Having no limits or boundaries in time or space or extent or magnitude; extending beyond measure or comprehension; without beginning or end.  
INFLOW: The process of flowing in.
INFLUENCE: The effect of one thing (or person) on another; one having power to influence another.
INHALE: Draw in by breathing; draw in air.
INHERENT: Existing as an essential constituent or characteristic.
INHERITANCE: Any characteristic passed on by heredity; legacy; bequest.
INITIATES: People who been introduced to the mysteries of some field or activity
INITIATION: The ceremony by which a person is instilled with something only receivable from the source of; inception.
INNUMBERABLE: Too numerous to be counted.
INSTILLS: Permanently placing within; implant; infuse.
INSTINCTIVE: behave in a way characteristic to the nature of the species; inborn; inherent; innate; spontaneous.
INSTINCTS: Inborn pattern of behavior often responsive to specific stimuli.
INTELLIGENCE: The ability to comprehend; to understand and profit from experience.
INTENSITY: High level or degree; the property of being intense.
INTERMEDIATE: Lying between two extremes in time or space or degree; around the middle of a scale of evaluation of physical measures.
INTERRELATIONSHIP: Having a close connection with each other or one another.
INTERVENTION: Any interplay in the affairs or others; intercession.
INTO: From the outside of, to the inside of; toward and within.
INTUITIONS: The direct knowing or learning of something without the conscious use of reasoning.
INVARIABLY: Always; constantly; not changing.
INVOLUNTARY: Not subject to the control of the will.
INVOLUTION: An involving or being involved; entanglement; wrapped up.
INVOLUTIONARY: Outpouring of creation's energy, to the involvement.
INVOLVED: To enfold or envelope as in a wrapping; to make intricate; to draw or hold within itself.
INVOLVEMENT: Occupy absorbingly; to engage as a participant; dedication in.
IONIC: Containing or involving or occurring in the form of ions.
IONIZATION: To change or be changed into ions; the process in which an atom either gains or losses an electron.
IRRATIONAL: Lacking the power to reason; senseless; unreasonable; absurd.
KEENLY: Extremely sensitive in perception; sharp; acute; astute.
KINETIC: Relating to the motion of material bodies and the forces associated therewith. Of, or resulting from motion; energy in motion; energetic or dynamic.  
KNOWLEDGE: The psychological result of perception and learning and reasoning.
LATENT: Potentially existing but not presently evident or realized.
LEPTON: Any of a group of primary particles that do not interact strongly with other particles or nuclei, including the electrons, neutrinos, photons.  
LEVELS: Positions in a scale.
LOVE: A deep and tender feeling of affection for or attachment or devotion to a person or persons; a passion of adoration.
MAGIC: The use of higher Law against lower laws to govern certain natural or supernatural forces.
MAGNETIC: Possessing an extraordinary ability to attract.
MAGNETISM: The quality of being powerfully attractive.
MANIFESTATIONS: That which reveals or is brought to understanding; that which appears openly from an underlying nature.
MANIFESTED: To appear openly from an underlying nature.
MANIFOLD: Many and varied; having many features or forms.
MANIPULATE: Influence or control shrewdly or deviously.
MANIPULATED: Influence or control shrewdly or deviously.
MARTYRS: A person who assumes an attitude of self-sacrifice or suffering in order to arouse feelings of pity, guilt in others.
MASCULINE: A gender that refers chiefly (but not exclusively) to males or to objects classified as male.
MASS: A quantity or aggregate of matter.
MASTERS: A person very skilled and able in some work, profession, science; expert.
MATERIAL UNIVERSE: The aggregate of all existing manifested things as they display themselves in their constituent elements.
MATERIALISM: The doctrine that comfort, pleasure, and wealth are the only or highest goals or values.
MATERIALITY: The quality of being physical; consisting of matter.
MATTER: That which has mass and occupies space.
MAXIMS: A concise rule of conduct, adage.
MEASURED: To determine the extent, dimensions, capacity, or anything; calculate distance.
MEDITATION: The immersion of the attention within SUMMUM; bringing yourself to the point of equilibrium through balance between mind, body, and spirit.  
MEDIUM: A person through whom communications are supposedly sent to the living from spirits of the dead.
MELANCHOLY: A constitutional tendency to be gloomy and depressed.
MENTAL INFLUENCE: The power to produce mental effects on others, especially by indirect means; by use of the mind.
MENTAL: Involving the mind or an intellectual process; of or for the mind or intellect; relating to spirit or idea as opposed to matter.
MENTALITY: Mental capacity; mental power or activity.
METAPHYSICS: The branch of philosophy that deals with first principles and seeks to explain the nature of being and the origin and structure of the world.  
METHODOLOGY: The branch of philosophy that analyzes the principles and procedures of inquiry in a particular discipline.
MICROCOSMIC: Pertaining to a small unity that is an epitome of a larger unity; human nature is epitome of the world, universe.
MIND: That which is responsible for one's thoughts and feelings; the seat of the faculty of reason; the effect of Creation's Copulation; that which thinks, perceives, feels, wills.  
MIRACLES: An event or action that apparently contradicts known scientific laws and is hence thought to be due to supernatural causes; an act of God.  
MODES: A particular form or manifestation of an underlying principle.
MOLECULAR ATTRACTION: The force causing molecules of a substance to approach or adhere to one another.
MOLECULE: (physics and chemistry) the simplest structural unit of an element or compound.
MOMENT: An indefinitely short time.
MONAD: A unit; something simple and indivisible.
MORTAL: That must eventually die; of man as a being who must eventually die.
MOTHERHOOD: Nature; the feminine element in the creation of the universe; produce; to give birth to.
MOTION: The act or process of moving; passage of a body from one place to another.
MUMMIFICATION: The process of preparing a body for permanent preservation, and performing the transference for their essence.
MUNDANE: Found in the ordinary course of events.
MYRIAD: Any indefinitely large number; countless; profusion.
NECTAR PUBLICATIONS: Nectar of the gods; liquid living knowledge; sacramental wines containing information in a vibratory state which when used immerse the user in the knowledge.  
NEGATIVE: Reckoned in a direction opposite to that regarded as positive; inceptive pole is where new forms and energies are manifested; female force.  
NETERS: Summa Individuals; advanced beings; emanations of the forces of creation; workers on the path of creation.
NEUTRALIZATION: Action intended to nullify the effects of some previous action; to make ineffective; destroy or counteract the effectiveness, force, disposition of; bring to balance.  
NEUTRONS: Uncharged elementary particles of an atom.
NON-REALITY: Not real, not true.
NOTHING: No thing, not anything.
OBJECTIVELY OBSERVED: Examined, studied, or perceived from a position independent of the mind; actual object observation.
OBJECTIVELY: Of or having to do with a known or perceived object as distinguished from something existing only in the mind of the subject, or person thinking.  
OBSCURE: Not clearly understood or expressed.
OBSERVE: Watch attentively.
OBSTACLES: Anything which stands in the way of one's progress.
OCCASIONED: An occurrence or condition that brings about something.
OCCULT: Become concealed or hidden from view or have its light extinguished; not divulged; not well known; mystic.
ONENESS: The quality of being one; singleness; unity; unity of mind, feeling, or purpose; sameness; identity.
ONTOGENY: The life cycle of a single organism.
OPEN: In a state which permits access, entrance; not closed, covered, clogged, or shut; in a state which permits freedom of view or passage.  
OPPOSITION: The action of opposing something that you disapprove or disagree with; the relation between opposed entities; the act of opposing; any person, group, or thing that opposes.  
ORATOR: A person who delivers a speech or oration.
ORGANISMS: A system considered analogous in structure or function to a living body.
ORGANIZED: Arranged in an orderly way; to make into a whole with unified and coherent relationships.
OUT OF: Away from, forth from, or removed from a place, position, or situation.
OUT: Away from, forth from, or removed from a place, position, or situation.
OUTFLOW: The process of flowing out.
OUTPOURING: To pour out; giving of creations essence.
OVERALL: Including everything; from end to end.
PAIN: A sensation of hurting, or strong discomfort, in some part of the body; the distress or suffering, mental or physical, caused by great anxiety, anguish, grief, disappointment.  
PARADOX: Something, or conditions, or acts, with seemingly contradictory qualities or phases.
PARADOXES: (in logic) a self-contradiction.
PARAPSYCHOLOGISTS: The branch of psychology that investigates psychic phenomena, as telepathy, extrasensory perception, clairvoyance.
PARTAKES: Have, give, or receive a share of.
PARTIAL: Being or affecting only a part; not total.
PARTIALLY: In part; in some degree; not wholly.
PEER: Look searchingly, closely.
PENDULUM: A body hung from a fixed point so as to swing freely to and fro under the combined forces of gravity and momentum.
PERCEIVE: To grasp mentally; comprehend; recognize.
PERCEPTIBLE: Capable of being perceived by the mind or senses.
PERFECTED Completed, refined, brought to a state of full development; ripeness
PERFECTIONS: Extreme degree of excellence according to a given standard.
PERPLEXING: Lacking clarity of meaning; causing confusion or perplexity.
PERVADES: Spread or diffuse through.
PHANTASMAGORIA: A rapidly changing series of things seen or imagined, as the figures or events of a dream.
PHENOMENA: Any state or process known through the senses rather than by intuition or reasoning; any fact, circumstance, or experience that is apparent to the sensed and that can be scientifically described or appraised.  
PHILOSOPHICAL: Of or relating to philosophy or philosophers.
PHILOSOPHY: The rational investigation of questions about existence and knowledge and ethics; investigation of the principles that regulate the universe and underlie all reality; love of, or search for wisdom and knowledge; theory or logical analysis of the principles underlying conduct, thought, knowledge, and the nature of the universe.
PHYLOGENY: The lines of descent or evolutionary development of any plant or animal species; the origin and evolution of a division, group, or race of animals or plants; distinguished from ontogeny.  
PHYSICAL: Of nature and all matter; natural; material; or according to the laws of nature.
PLEASURE: Enjoyment; delight; satisfaction; gratification of the senses; sensual satisfaction; copulative climax.
POISED: Cause to be balanced or suspended.
POSSIBILITY: The quality or condition of being possible; that can be; capable of existing.
POSTULATED: Take as a given; assume as a postulate or axiom.
POSTULATING: Take as a given; assume as a postulate or axiom.
POTENTIAL: The inherent capacity for coming into being.
POTENTIALLY: With a possibility of becoming actual.
PRECEDENT: An example that is used to justify similar occurrences at a later time.
PRECEPTS: Rule of personal conduct.
PRECEPTS: Rule of personal conduct.
PRESENCE: The state of being present; current existence.
PRESUMPTUOUS: Excessively forward.
PRINCIPLE: The ultimate source; origin, or cause of something; law.
PROBABILITIES: A measure of how likely it is that some event will occur.
PROCEED: Move ahead; travel onward.
PROCREATE: To produce or bring into existence; to beget or bring forth offspring; reproduce.
PRO-CREATE: Bring into existence.
PRODUCE: Bring forth or yield.
PROGENY: The immediate descendants of a person.
PROGRESSION: A movement forward, evolution; a series with a definite pattern of advance.
PROMULGATED: State or announce.
PROMULGATION: Announce; proclaim; promote; to make known.
PRONOUNCEMENTS: An authoritative declaration.
PROPER TIME: What is right for you at this time; your point of view in relationship to what your level of consciousness is.
PROPORTION: The comparative relation between part, things, or elements with respect to size, amount, degree; ratio.
PSYCHIC PHENOMENA: Phenomena produced with the mind; actions that are of supernatural context, produced by the mind.
PSYCHIC: Pertaining to forces or mental processes outside the possibilities defined by natural or scientific laws.
PSYCHOKINESIS: A the power to move something by thinking about it without the application of physical force; the art of changing mental states by use of the mind; the art of actually altering the elements, changing the condition of the universe with mental power drawn from energy stored potentially in the spirit.  
PSYCHOKINETIC: Energy of the mind used to affect the material phenomena as a moving force.
PSYCHOKINETICALLY: The actual process of kinetic mental energy altering or changing the condition of spiritual or material phenomena.
PSYCHOLOGISTS: A scientist trained in psychology.
PSYCHOLOGY: The science dealing with the mind and with mental and emotional processes.
PURE: Free of extraneous elements of any kind; clear.
QUANTA: Quantity or amount; quantum.
QUANTUM MECHANICS: The branch of physics that investigates the motions of dynamic systems, especially in the atomic and subatomic range.
QUANTUM POTENTIAL: A certain, measured, or specific amount of possible development or capacity of existing.
QUANTUM-VIEW-POINT: A state, condition, or position where many levels of observation are viewed at one time.
QUARK: Any of three particles postulated as forming the building blocks of baryons and mesons and accountin in the theory for their properties.  
QUARKS: Any of three particles postulated as forming the building blocks of baryons and mesons and accounting in the theory for their properties.  
QUINTESSENCE: Vibratory energy which is the void within space; vacuum energy; an energy which permeates all space; the ultimate essence.
RAPT: Wholly absorbed as in thought.
RATIONAL: Of, based on, or derived from reasoning; able to reason.
RATIONALIZE: Make excuses for; bring into reason.
REALIZATION: The action or state of becoming fully aware of; bringing into actualization.
REALM: A domain in which something is dominant.
RECAPITULATES: To repeat briefly, as in an outline; summarize.
RECOGNITION: The state or quality of being recognized or acknowledged.
RECONCILE: Bring into consonance or accord.
RECONCILED: Make compatible with; bring into consonance or accord.
RECONCILER: Someone who tries to bring peace.
RECONCILIATION: Getting two things to correspond; the reestablishing of cordial relations; the act or state of restoration of harmony, consistency, or congruity.  
REFUTATIONS: Any evidence that helps to establish the falsity of something.
REINCARNATION: The doctrine that the soul reappears after death in another body or similar heavenly bodily form.
RELATION: Connection or manner of being connected or related, as in thought, meaning.
RELATIVE: Properly related in size or degree or other measurable characteristics; usually followed by 'to'.
RELATIVITY: (physics) the theory that space and time are relative concepts rather than absolute concepts.
RELEGATE: Assign to a lower position; reduce in rank.
RELIGIOUS: Relating to or concerned with religion or spiritual things; especially dedicated to service in a religion.
RENDER: Give or supply.
RESONANCE: A vibration of large amplitude produced by a relatively small vibration near the same frequency of vibration as the natural frequency of the resonating system.  
RESONATE: Sound with resonance; vibrate in harmony with another.
RESONATION: A self perpetuating vibration; the quality or state of vibratory feedback.
RESPIRATION: Act or process of respiring; breathing; inhaling and exhaling air.
RETROGRESSION: Passing from a more complex to a simpler biological form.
RHYTHM: An interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs; measured motion; flow, movement, procedure, characterized by basically regular recurrence of elements or features, in alteration with opposite or different elements or features.  
RHYTHMIC: Relating to the regular recurrence of movement or fluctuation.
ROUSES: Cause to become awake or conscious.
SAGES: A mentor in spiritual and philosophical topics.
SCEPTER: Symbol of authority; knowledge which establishes actual dominion.
SCHIZOPHRENIC: Mental disorder characterized by a separation between the thought processes and the emotions, a distortion of reality accompanied by delusions, fragmentation of the personality.  
SEASONS: The time when something specified flourishes, develops, takes place, is popular, permitted, or at its best.
SEX: Either of two divisions, male or female, into which persons, animals, or plants are divided, with reference to their reproductive functions; copulation; coitus.  
SINGLE POINT: Consisting of only one step, stage, degree, locality or position; a distinguished detail.
SLEPTON: Subatomic particles.
SOUND OF CREATION: The "SOUND", the vibration generated by the bonding and breaking between nothing and possibility.
SOUND OF SILENCE: The "SOUND", the vibration heard within the mind of humankind, which is the sound of creation as heard by the mind of humankind.  
SOURCE: The place where something begins, where it springs into being.
SPACE-TIME: A four-dimensional continuum with four coordinates, the three dimensions of space and that of time, in which any event can be located.  
SPECIAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY: The principle of the interdependence of matter, energy, space, and time as mathematically formulated by Albert Einstein.
SPIRIT: The immaterial intelligent or sentient part of a person; the vital principle held to express life; living, conscious, intelligent energy.
SPIRITS: Liquids containing ethanol.
SPIRITUAL: Concerned with or affecting the spirit or soul.
SQUARK: A subatomic particle.
STABLEMATIC FEEDBACK: The sound of silence; the sound of creation as heard in the mind of humankind.
STRING PROPORTIONS: Proportional strings of energy making up the matrix of energy.
SUBATOMIC: Of or relating to constituents of the atom or forces within the atom; of dimensions smaller than atomic dimensions.
SUBCONSCIOUS: The mental activities just below the threshold of consciousness; psychic activity just below the level of awareness.
SUBJECTIVE OBSERVATION: An observation which takes place in the mind of mental thought; relating to or determined by the mind as the subject of experience.  
SUBJECTIVE: Of or resulting from the feelings of the subject or person thinking, rather than the attributes of the object thought of; produced by the mind or a particular state of mind; of or having to do with perception or conception of a thing by the mind as opposed to its reality independent of the mind.  
SUBLIMINALS: Techniques used to affect outward change through affecting the subconscious mind.
SUBSEQUENT: Following in time or order.
SUBSERVIENT: Compliant and obedient to authority.
SUBSTANCE: The choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience.
SUBSTANTIAL: Being the essence or essential element of a thing; real; actual; true; of considerable worth and value.
SUCCEEDED: To follow after another in order.
SUCCESSION: The act of succeeding or coming after another in order or sequence.
SUGGESTION: Influencing a mind through association of ideas, awakening of a desire, or initiating a train of thought indirectly.
SUMMA INDIVIDUALS: Highly evolved beings not of planet earth; highly spiritually evolved physical beings working with beings of lesser degree of evolution to assist them in their spiritual evolution.  
SUMMA: Anything comprehensive; complete; highest.
SUMMUM BONUM: The supreme good in which all moral values are included or from which they are derived.
SUMMUM: Infinite living mind; sum total of everything; spirit; copulation of creation.
Summum: The philosophy of the Principles of creation as know by humankind; the manifested natural organization of the Principles of creation.  
SUPERIOR: One of greater rank or station or quality.
SUPRA-NATURAL POWERS: The ability acquired through continued spiritual effort to apply higher LAW against lower laws and overcome the lower laws; the ability to perform miracles; the ability to alter the elements of nature.  
SURRENDER: To abandon all resistance; giving oneself over to another or something completely; to quit resisting totally.
SWARM: A large number of things massed together and usually in motion.
SWING: To sway or move backward and forward with regular movement.
TECHNIQUE: A practical method or art applied to some particular task.
TELEKINESIS: The movement of objects with the power of the mind.
TELEPATHY: Transference of thought; communication between minds by some means other that the normal sensory channels.
TENDENCY: A general direction in which something tends to move.
THEOLOGY: The supreme good in which all moral values are included or from which they are derived.
THEORIES: Speculations; a speculative ideas or plan as to how something might be done.
THERMOMETER: For measuring temperature.
THESIS: An unproved statement put forward as a premise in an argument.
THINKING: Engaged in thoughts concerning the physical body life; to form or have in the mind; mental dialogue.
TIDES: A space of time; surge; flux.
TOTAL: Constituting the full quantity or extent; complete.
TOXINS: Poisonous elements.
TRANSCENDENTAL: Existing outside of or not in accordance with nature.
TRANSCENDS: To go beyond the normal senses to experience.
TRANSFERENCE: The process through which a disembodied soul, or essence is guided by a teacher, or loved one into their next incarnation in the afterlife.
TRANSFORMED: Change or alter in form, appearance, or nature.
TRANSITORY: A brief duration, having a tendency to pass away.
TRANSITION: A change, movement, or development from one state to another.
TRANSMUTATION: An act that changes the form or character or substance of something.
TRANSPORTS: To transfer or convey from one place to another.
TRANSUBSTANTIATION: The Roman Catholic doctrine that the whole substance of the bread and the wine changes into the substance of the body and blood of Christ when consecrated in the Eucharist.  
TREATMENTS: The management of someone or something.
TRIFLING: Not worth considering.
TUNING: Becoming attuned; bringing into harmony; to adjust with respect to resonance.
UNCERTAINTY PRINCIPLE: A statement of the impossibility of exactly determining at any given instant more than one magnitude or quantity of a subatomic particle.  
UNDIFFERENTIATED: No marked or shown difference; alike; no distinction.
UNDISTURBED: Tranquil; composed; in order; uninterrupted; no interference; calm.
UNFOLDMENT: Development; evolution; to open to the view or understanding.
UNRECONCILABLE: Inconsistent; unable to exist in harmony; kept separate.
UNSUBSTANTIALITY: Not substantial; lacking substance, firmness, or strength; not real or true.
UPHEAVAL: The action or an instance of upward movement (as of the earth's crust).
URGE: An instinctive motive; A strong restless desire.
VANITY: Something that is vain; inflated pride in oneself; the quality or fact of being vain.
VASTLY: To an exceedingly great extent or degree.
VEHICLE: A conveyance that transports people or objects.
VEIL: A concealment from the heaven to the earth.
VENERABLE: Impressive by reason of age, worthy of respect or reverence.
VENT: An opportunity or means of escape, passage, or release; outlet.
VERACITY: Unwillingness to tell lies.
VIBRATE: To set in to and fro motion; oscillate.
VIBRATION: A rhythmic movement back and forth; oscillation.
VISUALIZATIONS: Formation of mental visual images; the act or process of interpreting in visual terms or of putting into visible form.
VIVID: Having the clarity and freshness of immediate experience; full of life; striking; intense.
VOCIFEROUSLY: Loud; noisy, or vehement in making one's feelings known.
VOID: Not occupied; vacant; holding or containing nothing.
VOLUNTARY: Of your own free will or design; not forced or compelled.
WILL: The part of the being responsible for consciousness; the force behind thought and action of the mind.
WISDOM: The trait of utilizing knowledge and experience with common sense and insight.
WOMB OF CREATION: The place where Creation generates its creations.
WOMB: A place where something is created or generated.