First edition of my understandings, likely to change. Oxakna: 1:1 The source of everything is Oxakna, it is the thing that everything is made out of, that everything returns to, […]
First edition of my understandings, likely to change.
1:1 The source of everything is Oxakna, it is the thing that everything is made out of, that everything returns to, and is the place in which we exist outside of non-existence.
1:2 It is the highest point of emanation, and holds everything, and is the raw power for everything, It is the monadic nature of the universe, and is the divine oneness of all.
1:3 It is the supreme divinity, and has always existed, and will never be destroyed.
1:4 It has no gender, it holds no beliefs, it does not command, and it does not speak.
1:5 It is infinite, it is omnipresent, it is omnipotent, it is omniscient, and is true neutral in all aspects.
1:6 It itself is formless, but it takes many forms
1:7 Everything is an emanation of Oxakna, and connecting with any form of Divinity, or aspect of existence is connecting with the divine source of Oxakna.
1:8 Oxakna is sentient, and all of its emanations are also sentient.
1:9 All emanations of Oxakna are as important as each other, and none of them have priority, or superiority in the essence of divinity.
1:10 Oxakna, and all of its emanations are constantly vibrating, and have always be in motion.
1:11 Oxakna flows in rhythms, and cycles, and always moves in patterns.
1:12 Every aspect of Oxakna is in divine harmony as it flows, changes, and interacts with itself throughout its existence.
1:13 It expands, and contracts being brought together, and split apart constantly throughout existence.
1:14 Everything in Oxakna is determined, and is based on earlier cause.
1:15 It is knowable throughout all aspects of existence, and can be perceived both externally, and internally by an individual.
1:16 Outside of Oxakna there is nothing, but the void which is referred to as Skaknayaack.
1:17 Skaknayaack is absolute nothingness, it is not space, nor color, nor darkness, and is everywhere where Oxakna is not.
1:18 There is no inherent purpose, or reason for Oxakna, or anything that is an emanation of it to exist.
1:19 Oxakna divides into two emanations of it’s divinity, these are Damakna, and Dasakna.
Damakna, and Dasakna:
2:1 Balance is essential, and Damakna, and Dasakna are the first principles of balance, and are the dualistic nature of existence.
2:2 Damakna is the active, projective, creative, and objective aspects of existence, and Dasakna is the passive, recessive, destructive, and subjective aspects of existence.
2:3 Both of these divine aspects work together to facilitate divine balance, and harmony through the act of interacting with each other.
2:4 There is a little bit of Damakna in Dasakna, likewise there is also a little bit of Dasakna in Damakna.
2:5 Damakna, and Dasakna exist within relation to each other, and because of this there is a relative polarity spectrum between there two existences.
2:6 All constructs, and entities within existence except for the quintessence archetypal forms of Damakna, and Dasakna have these two aspects making up all various parts of their being through different relationships in which they share.
2:7 Neither Damakna, or Dasakna is more, or less important, or valuable then the other.
2:8 They are both very dynamic, and unless in their absolute quintessence they are never static, and can be used to explain the relationship between all things.
2:9 When Damakna, and Dasakna come together they form a whole, separate there two wholes of a whole.
2:10 Damakna cannot exist without Dasakna, and Dasakna cannot exist without Damakna, they are part of each other.
2:11 Damakna creates the Madaqa, Dasakna creates the Sadaqa, and their interaction with each other gives birth to the Ladaqa.
The Madaqa, Ladaqa, and Sadaqa:
3:1 Madaqa, Ladaqa, and Sadaqa are the divine essences of specific spaces with an existence.
3:2 The Madaqa is the higher divine aspects of existence that make up all of the spiritual, energetic, and higher vibrational parts of existence.
3:3 The Ladaqa is the middle divine aspects of existence that make up all of the mental, psychic, and middle vibrational parts of existence.
3:4 The Sadaqa is the lower divine aspects of existence that make up all of the physical, solid, and lower vibrational parts of existence.
3:5 Madaqa is the least dense, Ladaqa is the middle of the road in density, and Sadaqa is the most dense.
3:5Ladaqa connects both Madaqa, and Sadaqa together, and acts as a bridge for things of the Madaqa to interact with the Sadaqa, and vice versa.
3:6 Entities, and constructs can exist on Madaqa, Ladaqa, or Sadaqa, or can even exist on multiple of them.
3:7 Madaqa, Ladaqa, and Sadaqa are all real, and hold existence in different ways, and none of them are better, or worse than the others, and are simply a balance of spatial being.
3:8 Madaqa, Ladaqa, and Sadaqa is the divine trinity of existence and the canvas in which all other divinities have a place to exist within.
3:9 They are the spaces of awareness, and existence, and being which act as 3 greatly entangled realms.
3:10 Madaqa creates Uknayamasa, and gives power to Naknayamasa.
3:11 Ladaqa gives power to both Naknayamasa, and Shaknayamasa.
3:12 Sadaqa creates Daknayamasa, and gives power to Shaknayamasa.
Uknayamasa, Naknayamasa, Shaknayamasa, and Daknayamasa:
4:1 Uknayamasa is the divine emanation of Fire, He is like the warrior, he is strong, powerful, and fearless.
4:2 Naknayamasa is the divine emanation of Air, He is like the philosopher, he is knowledgeable, and rational.
4:3 Shaknayamasa is the divine emanation of Water, She is like the healer, she is wise, intuitive, and sensitive.
4:4 Daknayamasa is the divine emanation of Earth, She is like the witch, she is disciplined, grounded, and balanced.
4:5 They exist on Madaqa, Ladaqa, and Sadaqa, and are able to ascend, and descend between them.
4:6 Uknayamasa, Naknayamasa, Shaknayamasa, and Daknayamasa are brought together with Damakna, and they are segregated by Dasakna.
4:7 These four divinities work together in different combinations in order to form all constructs, and entities with an existence.
5:1 When you are aware of the divinity of Oxakna in your own inner individuality you have started on your path of acquiring a state of Xaoxa.
5:2 Xaoxa teaches us to be connected to the highest aspect of being which is Oxakna.
5:3 Xaoxa is not only the drive to reach for your highest potential, but is also the state of realization that comes from meeting with your quintessence which is your state of enlightenment, and realization of your God self.
5:4 Xaoxa is the transcendent illumination of the soul, and the mind, body, and spirit that make up it.
5:5 Xaoxa is the highest virtue, and should be strived for in all aspects.
Najaar, and Umao:
6:1 Najaar is the strive for knowledge, and Umao is the strive for wellness
6:2 Najaar is looking for truth, it is characterized by understandings of reason, logic, wisdom, intelligence, curiosity, open-mindedness, and objectiveness.
6:3 Umao is looking to thrive mentally, physically, and spiritually, and is characterized by a healthy, happy, and prosperous state of being that is very subjective, individual, personal, and authentic.
6:4 Najaar, and Umao are the second highest virtues.
A’jau, Laarda, and Tau:
7:1 A’jau is honor that is brought forth from truthfulness, sincerity, loyalty, valor, and respect.
7:2 Laarda is balance, and equilibrium, and brings forth understandings of justice, moderation, balance, and egalitarianism.
7:3 Tau is excellent character, and soundness of mind that results in temperance, patience, self-discipline, and self-confidence.7:4 A’jau, Laarda, and Tau are the third highest virtues.
Vadaska, Davaabt, Xaeua, and Abtgha:
8:1 Vadaska is freedom, and is the understanding of acting, speaking, or thinking without restraint or hindrance, and it is connected to the understandings of liberty, and independence.
8:2 Davaabt is a modest or low view of one’s own importance.
8:3 Xaeua is unconditional love for all things, and it is characterized by acts of charity, empathy, compassion, generosity, magnanimity, sympathy, and mercy for every entity, even the ones who have wronged you.
8:4 Abtgha is the calmness, and stableness of body, mind, and spirit while in all situations, and that is characterized by fortitude, quietude, serenity, equanimity, and tranquility within yourself.
8:5 Vadaska, Davaabt, Xaeua, and Abtgha are the fourth, and final virtues.
Yamasala, and Vaarla:
9:1 Beings that are connected to divinity which is the essence of Oxakna, and have realize there Xaoxa are known as the Yamasala, and those who are wise, but have not connected to their inner being are simply Vaarla.
9:2 Throughout all of existence one will find Yamasala, and Vaarla one can learn from, some who are willing to teach, and others that you will be able to learn from the actions of.
9:3 The divinity of Oxakna is exalted within the Yamasala, and this connection is used to facilitate Xaoxa, Najaar, Umao, A’jau, Laarda, Tau, Vadaska, Davaabt, Xaeua, and Abtgha within the individuals that recognize their essence.
9:4 Anyone is able to become a Yamasala, and Vaarla regardless of race, national origin, religion, sex, gender, age, or species, or any other thing.
9:5 Yamasala, and Vaarla are those who have connected to Oxakna, and they exist within all cultures, traditions, and understandings.
10:1 Viadescioism also referred to as Talabalabadaja is the spiritual philosophy that focuses on understanding existence physically, spiritually, and mentally.
10:2 This philosophy focuses more on individuals, and putting power into their hands, so that they are able to, explore, learn, and experience their own divine being, and better themselves, and their well-being.
10:3 Viadescioism understands that there are many different pathways back to the same source, and that it is simply one of many.
10:4 It understands that there are many different forms of divinity, that are manifestations of the same whole.
10:5 Viadescioic knowledge, and understanding of practices are open to everyone, and are not meant to be forced upon anyone.
10:6 Viadescioism can also be connected to any other school of thought, beliefs system, or even religion.
10:7 The viadescioist can choose if they are a theist, or not, and can interact with deity in their own way, but the individual should keep their focus on Viadescioic metaphysics, Viadescioic ethics, and how to improve both of them with new forms of knowledge.