Cosmic entity

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The term cosmic entity can refer to:

Religion and spirituality[edit]

  • An aspect of God in Judaism in the theology of Shneur Zalman of Liadi (d. 1812)
    • In mythology, any of the major components of the created cosmos (e.g. earth, heaven, sea, night, dawn, etc.)
    • The deification of such concepts, i.e. any cosmological deity

Occultism and Theosophy[edit]

  • A transcendent concept intended to replace or supplement the traditional concept of 'God':
    • In the writings of Gottfried de Purucker  (1935)
    • In the writings of the Theosophist Alice Bailey (1920s-1940s)
    • In the Ascended Master Teachings, a group of religions based on Theosophy, a cosmic entity is equivalent to a cosmic being

Popular culture[edit]