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  • But if the sun is the center of our infinite oneing in death with all the other after-death souls of the cosmos: and in that great central station of travel, the sun, we meet and mingle and change trains for the stars: then ought we to assume that the moon is likewise a meeting-place of dead souls?

    Fantasia of the Unconscious

  • All things, in their oneing, their unification into the pure, universal oneness, evaporate and fly like an imitation breath towards the sun.

    Fantasia of the Unconscious

  • One pure motion of meeting and oneing, until the flash breaks forth, when the two are one.

    Fantasia of the Unconscious

  • From the first great center of sympathy the child is drawn to a lovely oneing with the mother.

    Fantasia of the Unconscious

  • From the perfect oneing of the two parent nuclei in the egg-cell results a recoil or new assertion.

    Fantasia of the Unconscious

  • When Adam fell, God's Son fell: because of the rightful oneing which had been made in heaven, God's Son might not [be disparted] from Adam.

    Revelations of Divine Love

  • And when He would, by full accord of all the Trinity, He made us all at once; and in our making He knit us and oned us to Himself: by which oneing we are kept as clear and as noble as we were made.

    Revelations of Divine Love

  • But notwithstanding this rightful knitting and this endless oneing, yet the redemption and the again-buying of mankind is needful and speedful in everything, as it is done for the same intent and to the same end that Holy Church in our Faith us teacheth.

    Revelations of Divine Love

  • Virgin's womb, He took our Sensual soul: [220] in which taking He, us all having enclosed in Him, oned it to our Substance: in which oneing

    Revelations of Divine Love

  • For the oneing with the Godhead gave strength to the manhood for love to suffer more than all men might suffer: I mean not only more pain than all men might suffer, but also that He suffered more pain than all men of salvation that ever were from the first beginning unto the last day might tell or fully think, having regard to the worthiness of the highest worshipful

    Revelations of Divine Love

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  • oneing gerund used by Julian of Norwich to describe a path toward unity: perhaps a synonym for perichoresis

    January 12, 2007