Unverified Personal Experience, or UPE:
A Unverified Personal Experience, or UPE is an experience in which has not been verified, or confirmed by any other source besides the person who experienced it.
Unverified Shared Personal Experience, Shared Personal Experience , USPE, or SPE:
A Unverified Shared Personal Experience, Shared Personal Experience , USPE, or SPE for short is an experience that is experienced by multiple people. This can be experienced at the same time as, or separately of each other.
Confirmed Experience, or CE:
A confirmed experience, or CE for short is when something you have experienced can be proven as true.
Unverified Personal Gnosis, Unsubstantiated Personal Gnosis, or UPG:
A Unverified Personal Gnosis, Unsubstantiated Personal Gnosis, or UPG for short is a personal belief, or individual’s spiritual insight that an individual understands as true, and does not exist in any form in the accepted lore, or any other form of spiritual understanding.These may also be called in some circles MUS meaning Made Up Shit, especially if the UPG is seen as ridiculous, but as you can imagine this is quite a rude way to refer to a UPG.
Unverified Shared Personal Gnosis, Shared Personal Gnosis, USPG, or SPG:
An Unverified Shared Personal Gnosis, Shared Personal Gnosis, USPG, or SPG for short is a belief, or spiritual insight of a group, or community of people that is created co-dependent of, or separately of the group’s members individual UPGs. These UPGs will take form independently of one another, but will all come to the same conclusion, and will eventually meet up to form the USPG.
Confirmed Gnosis, or CG:
A Confirmed Gnosis, or CG for short is something that is seen to be true, and that appears in lore, metaphysics, parapsychology, folklore, mythology, religion, science, or some other paradigm. To be confirmed it must already be a part of the lore, or must be a VPG.
Verified Personal Gnosis, or VPG:
A Verified Personal Gnosis, or VPG for short is a knowledge, belief, or insight that has been verified to be seen as truth, and now is a greater part of spiritual, metaphysical, or occult understanding.
Lore is knowledge that is known as true, and is confirmed by a tradition, culture, religion, and/or other form of paradigm. This knowledge has been verified, and is believed to be true by many people.