Vocabulary: Cults of One

Cults of One—Pan-Earth spiritual movement.

Arose in the Western Wildzone of the Wanderers ~ the fading years of the Euro-US cultural complex.

Light-hearted Spiritual Saying: “There are many cults, but only one person in each cult. No Two are One!”

Chief Cult-of-One Beliefs:
I. Each organism is a locus of experience.
II. Each organism inherits unique genetic potentials from their parent organism.
III. Thus each organism has unique capacities and experiences, purely in spatio-temporal terms. This is often termed, “In the Right Here and Now” by Cult of One individuals.
IV. Thus, they believed it follows that no one else lives in each organism’s skin but that organism.
V. Hence, each organism is a (singular <--> complex) locus of activity in the Universe at Large.
VI. History advises our duty is to interact ethically with the Universe at Large.
VII. Each organism lives in some spectrum of community of like organisms or supportive organisms.
Examples: Plant-based: Old growth forests. Animal-based: Single- and Multi-cellular animal-based organisms are universally symbiotic, either with the outside environment and or within their hard-skin environment (viruses, bacteria, molecules, worms, yeast, flies, bats, crows, monkeys, primates, humans).
VIII. Humans are a type of Earth animal.
IX. Humans are symbiotically inhabited by many types of Earth creature (i.e., gut fauna)!
X. Thus, for human-style experiencers, packaging of information is a local mental phenomenon in terms of community, family, and individual.
XI. Set theory applies to outcomes of these interactions.

“But that’s a long digression!” is an example of their many ritual statements. Ritual statements, of course, allow individuals to recognize stranger members of a common mind-group.

“Information acts through numerous vectors upon individual experiencers.” is another.

Framing Information: Examples of whole-Earth-Group-motivated Super Mind Groups (A terminal group composed of many related sub-groups): Wanderers, Tech Lords, Cults-Of-One, Shona, Sufi, Buddhist, Atheist, Pagan, Kashmir Saivism, etc. Such groups have ‘hard’ boundaries. Sub-groups have soft-boundaries…but I digress!