Godhead


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Godhead

1. the essential nature and condition of being God
2. the Godhead God
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The chariot of the Godhead is normally paraded majestically from the SSD Temple in the city to Hare Rama Hare Krishna Temple off Kipande Road Museum Hill.
The 66-year-old ex-football pundit first shot to notoriety in 1991 when he announced in a press conference that he was "the son of the Godhead".
Crain left Godhead in 2008, following which he performed with Hollywood Undead from 2008 until 2010.
Lanham, MD, July 24, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Diane Penny, business owner and first-time author introduces her first literary work entitled, "Phylogeny of the Godhead" which was released on July 11, 2016 on Amazon.com.
But one of Wogan's most memorable exchanges was in 1991 with presenter David Icke, who said he was the "son of the godhead".
He scaled up his war against divinity in his Godhead Trilogy.
There are two things under the absolute authority of the Godhead that make "resolutions" and give "orders." Without awareness, a person, under the influence of the Godhead beginning to emerge in their inner world, might begin to make resolutions and give orders that will strengthen their own power.
They reject the notion that anything, even godhead itself, must be accepted as S an article of faith without question.
5 May this our solemn yearly fast The future aid, repair the past; O holy Godhead, Three in One, The Father, Holy Ghost, and Son.
And when it does, the customized cover is graced with special birthing info, including the number of articles inside, the date and time it was printed, the total number of words within the pages, and what the rarest of those words are, such as 'balderdash,' 'switcheroo' or 'godhead.'
For him this is not a happy story: "Christianity, as generally understood in light of its Gentile development, is focused not on the genuine existential spiritual legacy of the Jewish Jesus, but on the intellectual acceptance of the divine Christ and his superhuman existence within the mystery of the Church's triune Godhead" (34).
The Godhead itself is designated by a different term--Ein Sof (infinite, of no end)--and it stands in a paradoxical relationship to the ayin.