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  • Individual mind is filtering universal mind (the continuum), but the underlying essence of mind is not bounded by those filters just as an individual wave on the ocean, although unique, particular and observable, is not fundamentally different from or separate from the larger body of all the worlds oceans which are analagous to being a 'universal continuum' or one-god principle.

    Another Look

  • I had a higher opinion of the FSM than that, but you just can't set much store in these one-god pantheons.

    Annie's Little Litmus Test

  • The one-god believers claim their god leveled it with thunderbolts.

    Wellspring of Chaos

  • Kharl shook his head, thinking about the one-god believers.

    Wellspring of Chaos

  • "A terrible time it is, these days," offered the older woman in yellow, making the sign of the one-god worshipers, "like as to the end of the Legend when chaos dies -"

    The Death of Chaos

  • "They're more interesting than the one-god pilgrims from Kyphros," adds the third guard, a heavier blond woman.

    The Magic Engineer

  • By the stove, Merga makes the sign of the one-god believers, then glances toward the corner where Frisa sits on the stool.

    The Magic Engineer

  • The girl swallows, turns, and makes the sign of the one-god believers as she picks up another set of empty mugs from a table of dicers.

    The Towers of the Sunset

  • "Peace," was the only word from Father Dorna, a functionary in the religion of the one-god believers from his aura and garb of black, who radiated neither order nor disorder.

    The Magic of Recluce

  • I swallowed, and it seemed like an eternity before I realized, silently thanking Magistra Trehonna as I did, that Kyphros belonged to the one-god believers.

    The Magic of Recluce

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