I Omnist: The Omnist Tenets (TOT) Genesis


1 We are Omnist and we set ourselves aside; we are not lost, we have found our place and we respect your feelings towards whatever deity (or lack there of) you choose to worship, or not worship. We will not press upon you and we kindly hope that you do not press upon us.
2 Being Omnist allows us to walk the line between the metaphorical battles that are waged on one another’s feelings/beliefs and the tangible things that guide our moral compasses.
3 For all intents and purposes this book is more of a manifest of thoughts that we may all some day be able to share. A collection of ideas, that hopefully, many will be capable of finding some part of who they are within its words.
4 To some, the words may not make sense. To some, the words may make sense. To some, this book, taken as a whole, may be a way to familiarize themselves with and create a path to something that they have been in search of. To some, it may be viewed as an introspective way of thinking, rather than a way of living.
5 At least it’s proof that even the most meager of thoughts can be related to in some sense of words. Allowing the imagination to take form from the nothing.
6 Not everything in here is fact, it is imagination spinning itself into a reality that is happening in the minds of many. An ever expanding ideal of breaking through the barriers that confine us to the socialized “norm”.
7 The grammar and punctuation may be determined as mediocre and it will be far from perfect; that is an emphasis on the flaws that we carry with us through our lives.
8 This book holds the idea that the truth lies within the fiction that we deny ourselves, and it is only a compilation of thoughts on how one Omnist thinks of Omnism and what it means.
9 Perfection is best assumed for all of us to be a part of a fundamental whole (of truth), without striving for the absolute perfection. Many people tend to think there is no hope out there for us to carry on and that there is an absolute truth that stays situated in wherever it decides to be, and that ‘being’ is perfect. Without it, how would we determine what perfection is to be modeled after?
10 At the very best, most of what this writing is about is just how certain Living may feel about beliefs that may have added more to confuse, rather than to answer. Perhaps too, it will help to understand that the answers are what is not important. But rather, the questions that we ask to obtain knowledge of what we do not know is one of the most fundamental parts of our existence.
11 Again, Omnism is something that is not to be pressed upon anyone. We are not zealots nor are we dogmatic. We remain open minded to many opinions of what truth is. But, we will find the truth for ourselves as we see fit and suits our needs for joy. Thus, contributing to something more than a stand-alone sense of existence and to give back twice as much as we have been given, whole-hearted, with honesty and integrity.
12 Omnism is a feeling of being, a state of awareness that we all are a part of something greater than ourselves; that we are a fabrication of our own imaginations and that there is a meaning of truth that can be thought of that has yet to be created, at the same time though, it already exists.
13 A sense that we are all, in some part, a piece of the perfection that none of us understand and are unknowingly a contribution to perfection’s existence. But, have no choice other than to make our individual contributions towards the loneliness of being perfect. All the while enduring our own liberating freedom in attaining something that is unattainable.
14 This book is meant to bring us together by acknowledging our likenesses and considering our differences.
15 It is dream of peace in entirety and keeping humble in knowing that there will always be a need for conflict. If not for conflict there couldn’t be any wonderful need nor desire of peace. If we did manage to obtain peace, then a new conflict will be sure to arise.
16 Omnism promotes the ideals of freedom and liberation as one. As the whole unit being one, and with that sense of oneself, being an individual part of the whole.
17 It is the same thing the progenitors of peace and love from long ago once wanted to pass upon their students.
18 The idea has seemed to get convoluted and taken advantage of though. Through too many abuses of power, emphasis on social inequality that has plagued our existence throughout time, and disputing over the need for material gains that will not sustain us when push comes to shove.

1 ‘The Union of Four’ consists of the Source, Everything, Nothing, and Living.
2 The Source is tied to all living things in the universe as understanding was both there and not. Darkness and light both knew existence outside the boundaries of one another. Their ethereal flow is always happening, as well as not happening.
3 Everything consists of all things perceived and reasoned to be. Love, hate, good and evil, happy and sad, living and dead, infinite and finite. In Everything consists past, present and future. All the ideas of all the gods and demons, of all the bearers of light and darkness. All the things that go bump in the night and all the things that protect from said bumps. Everything consumes and exudes, creates and destroys; contributes to the idea that the Source both exists and does not exist. Everything brings life and takes it away; Everything is a part of ‘The Union of Four’ that keeps balance in wholeness. Everything consists of the numbers used to make physical limitations possible. Everything is first impossible and then possible. Both big and small, fiction into fact; right, wrong and the doubt that lay between. In the numbers that Everything creates, Everything uses the same application of numbers to destroy equally. In the numbers we have yet to unlock, Everything is still playing it’s part. The equations to measure things such as anti-matter may likely be measured better with the discovery of anti-numbers.
4 Nothing exists for it’s all we truly know, and Nothing is oblivion. Nothing is the emptiness of non-existence and cannot be conceptualized without Everything being there. Nothing is where the Source draws itself in and out of in an eternal vibration of constant power.
5 The Source, is both Nothing and Everything and Everything and Nothing. The Source is both the existence and non-existence. Without Living, the Source would not exist. There would be no point and purpose. Without point and purpose there would be no reason for living life to move onto the Source. Living life is a constant source of energy for the Source, and the Source is a constant form of energy for Living. Both sustain balance in Everything and Nothing, and dissolve themselves constantly, just as equally as they grow.
6 Every one of these things always was, always will be and cannot be one without the other. If our own concept of Living is abolished, then another will likely take its place.
7 This is ‘The Union of Four’.

1 Our current physical limitations will not allow what is needed to calculate this. Numbers are non-existent and useless to such power and knowledge. All knowledge is retained in the whole of the Living. Without Living the Source would become unstable and incapable of accepting Everything and Nothing, and without Everything and Nothing the Source would not process Living.
2 Without Living: The Source, Everything and Nothing would cease to exist.
3 These things exist outside of the limitations of consciousness and there is no form of mathematics (that we yet have knowledge of) with the capabilities to comprehend both an unlimited and limited amount of power existing at the same time. This all exists within imagination and will eventually become possible, for all things are possible in time, it is just a matter of when it is going to happen.
4 Without the prospect of Everything finding Living, the Source would have no reason to exist. Without the reason of the Source to exist there would be no reason for Everything and Nothing. As there has been before and yet nothing before this, there is always something to be done and something to be left undone.
5 This is a mere fraction of the whole that is of Everything and Nothing. Omnism is a part of Everything, but Omnism, is not the Source, merely a part of it.
6 For without all, Omnism is not whole. And without the whole, Omnism is not one. Hence, the perplexing nature of being an Omnist and hoping upon hope, that all will eventually see that the path follows itself eternally. All are in unison during their path towards the Source. Thus, maintaining balance for Everything and Nothing.

1 Before the past worlds have been wiped clean they  wrote about their existence.
2 They explained their beginning and fore-told of their demise. This end may be near for us and it may also not be near (who’s to say?). What can be done other than to hope upon hope, for some, that it is all true. Of course, that has been hoped upon for thousands of years that there is an end to all of this. But then what happens to the questions that we have yet to answer?
3 As the end does draw upon us Nothing draws closer still (despite Nothing not being there) to sweep itself through the metaphorical sands of our existences. With it’s ever selective comb it sifts through our time spent here and makes life beautiful.
4 It draws through and redoes it’s own lack of existence, in order to maintain balance and re-set the random things that allow us to question over and over again. Making sense of the plight and uselessness that is ever present, but also, it holds no value. The much needed existence that is Nothing.
5 The value of life that is within Everything and still so lost in Nothing. Living cannot go forward without death. So Living must be destroyed in order to maintain balance for death. Why do we not grasp our own meager existence in the tidings of such unpleasantness, and take into ourselves the things that we know to be true: the Source is a part of the whole, and destruction is both imminent, undesirable, and necessary.
6 As much as it is a necessity for the endlessness that has been a part of ‘The Union of Four’ and a part of ‘The Union of Four’, is Nothing.

1 As awful as it sounds there is no stopping the things that have been predetermined, if predetermination even exists at all.
2 There is also little truth in predetermined things, for we cannot calculate what is unknown. But, things can always change, whether we are aware they were supposed to happen to begin with, is an act of chance (or however we decide to justify it as to wrap our minds around it, does it really matter once it’s been done?).
3 There is certainly a following forward in understanding one as a whole and a whole as a one. Once that has been accomplished there is nothing to do but move forward.
4 Is that accomplishment going to be justified from the Source, if the Source is both all and one and one and all and all say for one as one says for all? Does it matter?
5 Lest you are cast into oblivion, where the most viscous have been judged to be a part of Nothing. Fear not the oblivion of Nothing, for it is reserved for those that have committed horrible acts; reserved for the most evil that once resided in Everything. Judgment upon them is regulated by the Living, and delegated out by the Everything to serve for eternity in Nothing as an eternal part of the Union of Four.
6 The Living are the manner of judgment for the evil that lives and finally passes on. Living can become resolved over eternity as it passes through the Source, the most evil acts do not get chanced again, lest we as the Living prove ignorant.
7 With all as one and with one as all.

1 Living is the breathing moving fundamental portion of the black, white and gray areas that we all experience. It is the element of Everything that moves thought and feeling so that we exist. Each Living has a garden and that is another name for our soul, and it resides within all Living. Giving to all Living a sense of consciousness that would otherwise be pointless without something to touch. Without something else having their own sense of consciousness.
2 We are the carriers of this existence/disease (choose your own term) that we call life and as carriers we supply our own cure. The carriers of this internal and wonderful place, that is constantly under fire from other gardens that may be trying to destroy it, or turn it into something that it may care not to be.
3 Be mindful of whose gardens you take unto your own. Their gardens may have poisons that might infect yours.
4 That does not make their garden bad, it may make their garden bad for your garden or yours bad for theirs.
5 This does not support a reason enough to accost another Living and lay proclamations towards what you feel is wrong.
6 However, the pressing of one garden onto another without the acceptance of another garden is wrong.
7 Make use of the tools that your garden offers and try not to change the garden’s of others.
8 For cure to another’s garden from ones own garden may, in fact, be the poison to their garden, to them their garden may need no cure.
9 Do not take from others gardens unless the wonders are something that you choose to take into your own garden. Be wary of those selling their gardens, for they are tired and cannot endure healing without the sake of a saving grace. But, it is not up to any garden other than ones own to accept whatever may nourish and save.
10 If their Source is that of this one existence, then they be committed to their Source through a same whole and their garden is set on that path, as all of our paths are.
11 Even the paths of those we choose to give energy to have their own garden, all Living supplies the Source, as the Source supplies our garden, and our garden is the Source, Everything and Nothing.

1 Omnism requires  no need to worship; Omnists seek to understand the complexities of feeling God or gods and seeing them as one in the same despite the convictions passed down to control. But, they also know it is going to be impossible to understand everything on their own.
2 They need not fear the outcome of the time spent after death. Fear is a warning for danger and danger is what causes us harm. There are more important matters to attend to in feeling everything around them.
3 An Omnist may choose worship, but it would be for the sake of the worship of the lord that they choose; or, the centers of absolution that they see fit to nourish their own gardens.
4 Omnism has absolutes of we absolutely have to eat and drink, we absolutely need to feel and care, we absolutely consider the forces outside of our own being that are a part of us and we are in turn a part of.
5 Each supplying one another in order to have a sense of being, a sense of existence and knowing of that existence.
6 If an Omnist is culturally bound, then it is important to be a part of that culture. But, to try to remember that there are difficult cultures out there, as well.
7 The Omnist knows full well that they are free to worship whichever god they are willing to commit to so long as no harm is brought upon another’s garden. In Omnism It is also acceptable to not worship so long as no harm is brought upon another’s garden. The worship that may be needed goes to whatever god the Omnist chooses. The Source needs not be worshiped, it does not know of it’s own existence and at the same time the Source is all of us and we are all of it.
8 The Source is not a God, nor any god, it is us and we are it. All in compliance and understanding. We as Living are the ones that strive for the existence of any Source. Worship is meant for those that need to worship, not for the Source, the Omnist knows this and feels this.
9 An Omnist is just a part of the Living, the Living are a part of Everything, Nothing and the Source.
10 An Omnist takes its role in the Living as one who cannot fully understand the entirety of Everything but knows that if Everything were together all would be understood.
11 The Omnist is the outer rim of the torus that makes up the ever moving Union of Four.
12 The Omnist is also just as much a part of the torus as they are fractions that make up the whole.
13 We are all just a part of the torus, small pieces of this grand cosmic puzzle.
14 Everything, Nothing, the Source and Living all work together in unison.
15 The Omnist is in pursuit to find the truer, deeper meanings for meaning. To dive into the deepest parts of each meaning and ascertain the truth of each to complete the wheel as a whole.
16 The Omnist’s journey could be a difficult one, riddled with inconsistencies and doubts. Doubts brought on by others gardens that were not meant to be a part of their own garden, and Inconsistencies with anything whole, in the hopes of finding the deeper meanings to them. Only to have their own self counter examined through Omnistic perception, thereby having to constantly learn and feel for what works best for them.
17 Omnism is new, but it has been around forever. The Omnist is the wanderer, the fully aware Living that feels a deeper purpose in life. The Omnist is relating to that of the smaller fractions of any larger working mechanism and they are the ones that are mostly forgotten.
18 Shame, disgust, belittlement, any negative feelings the Omnist will take on and endure are all ways of understanding life. These feelings allow an Omnist to know and feel more deeply than those who have reserved themselves for one. They grow upon the experiences that wrought about such blight, and move forward in life upon self healing through reflection.
19 The Omnist knows of ‘The Union of Four’. The Omnist will always endure and know that this simple concept cares not if the Omnist exists. This union offers no absolution, it’s merely a construct of eternal togetherness.
20 Each Omnist may write a book of their own if they choose. Keeping in clear mind that words are powerful. So long as they can understand and explain the meanings of their form of Omnism to others. Then it is advisable to do so for the ideal of Omnism to grow.

1 Omnism will hopefully bring to Living a combination of ideas and sayings that have been heard, read, and seen across different cultures, races, religions, faiths, sciences, as well as, through ones own intuition and understanding.
2 Very much of this can be taken as tiny bits of a whole, to perhaps, contribute to your own whole. There would be no sense, which we can measure, for one thing to exist without the other.
3 Omnism is not meant to conflict. It is meant to bring together through differences and find a better understanding through our similarities. Allying with our differences and complimenting the conflict that is needed to allow those similarities to exist, all as a harmonious unit.

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The White Raven

Writer, author, philosopher, philanthropist, poet, imbecile, denizen gypsy. A rare bird of sorts is what you'll come to think of me. I love to write, play, and work diligently to prove one day fiction will become a reality. I'm very simple when it comes to my views on life, a backpack is ideally my best friend and I found my mistress with paper and pen.

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