- From Middle English oneheede, onhed, anhede, from Old English *ānhǣdu ("oneness, unity"), equivalent to one + -head. Cognate with Dutch eenheid ("a unit, unity, oneness"), German Einheit ("a unit, unity, togetherness"), Swedish enhet ("a unit, oneness, unity"). (Wiktionary)
“In profoundly mystical language, tinged with the philosophy of that mysterious Neo-Platonist whom we call the pseudo-Dionysius, it tells of the wonderful "onehead," the union of the soul with God in perfect charity: --”
“The writer goes on to speak of the mystical consolations and visitations granted to the loving soul in this life, distinguishing the feelings and sensations that are mere delusions, from those that truly proceed from the fire of love in the affection and the light of knowing in the reason, and are a very anticipation of that ineffable "onehead" in heaven.”
“Nevertheless, the nearer that a soul in this present life may come to this onehead, the more perfect it is.”
“Wete thou well that the end and the sovereignty of perfection standeth in very onehead  of God and of a man's soul by perfect charity.”
“This wonderful onehead may not be fulfilled  perfectly, continually, and wholly in this life, for the corruption of the flesh, but only in the bliss of heaven.”
“In the ghostly feeling of this onehead may a loving soul both say and sing (if it list) this holy word that is written in the book of songs in the Bible: Dilectus meus mihi et ego illi; 217 that is: "My loved unto me and I unto Him"; understanden that God shall be knitted with the ghostly glue of grace on His party, and the lovely consent in gladness of spirit on thy party.”
“Much comfort it receiveth of our Lord, not only inwardly in its own privy substance,  by virtue of the onehead to our Lord that lieth in knowing and loving of God, in light and ghostly brenning of Him, in transforming of the soul in to the Godhead; but also many other comforts, savours, sweetnesses, and wonderful feelings on sere  or sundry manners, after that our Lord vouchethsafe to visit His creatures here in earth, and after that the soul profiteth and waxeth in charity.”
“That is, though all that God and he be two and sere  in kind, nevertheless yet in grace they are so knit together that they are but one in spirit;  and all this is for onehead of love and accordance of will; and in this onehead is the marriage made between God and the soul, the which shall never be broken, though all that the heat and the fervour of this work cease for a time, but by a deadly sin.”
“Christian, for in this onehead standeth the life of all mankind that shall be saved. ”
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