ONEness, as defined
in Conceptualism, is a term specifically intended to exclude any
another term for Infinity; and is therefore, an absolute . . . a
ONEness is a term implying that something can be neither added to nor
divided--i.e., a description of a singularity, which is a description of
ONEness is a term familiar to almost all religions; yet, for most persons it
does not seem to possess all the divisive connotations of the words
"god" and "creator"; both these words have
strong, objectionable, anthropomorphic connotations.
ONEness is an expression that metaphorically implies ultimate creation;
as, Reality's existence is a manifestation of Seminal Motion, a phenomenon
of Infinity . . .ONEness.
ONEness is at the extreme opposite direction of evolution from that of humans;
and thus, the anthropic concepts of design and concern are absolutely minimized.
ONEness, as another way of expressing
Infinity, is the nexus of "creation."
[ONEness, when uniquely
capitalized and italicized, is intended to be defined as it is used in Conceptualism.
Other common words, which have precise and unique definitions in
Conceptualism are also indicated with particular styling; terms such
as: Reality, Infinity, Gravity, Universe, Consciousness, and LIGHT.]