Amen (A.U.M., Om) 7. Amen (A.U.M., Om) Amen (A.U.M., Om)

Nature is an objectification of "Aum," the primal sound or "vibratory word." These things saith the amen, the faithful and true "witness," the beginning of the creation of God. [-Rev. 3.14] In the beginning was the word and the word was God . . . all things were made by Him (the word or Aum) and without him was not anything made that was made.

-John 1:1-3

Aum of the Vedas became the sacred word. "Hum" of the Tibetans, "Amin" of the Moslems, and "Amen: of the Egyptians, Greek, Romans, Jews and Christ-tians, it's meaning in Hebrew is "sure," "faithful."


Aum has three different vibrations: A-U-M (or AHH-OOOO-MMMM), creation or nature is the body of the universal consciousness. The name God comes from the three phases of nature and the processes of God as G (generating) O (organizing) D (for dissolving).

The creation and cycle of nature is the expression of the DIVINE CONSCIOUSNESS (G.O.D.) to experience itself and to know itself.


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