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In the Judeo-Christian scriptures and tradition
In the Book of Enoch, when Enoch returns to Earth, he tells his children that although they see him as the earthly, human Enoch, there is likewise an angelic Enoch (Metatron) that has stood in the Lord's Presence.
Lumen gentium states that "the Immaculate Virgin [...] was exalted by the Lord as Queen of the universe, that she might be the more fully confirmed to her Son, the Lord of lords and the conqueror of sin and death".
Transfiguration of humanity as a whole
In other religions and spiritual traditions
Gurdjieff's Fourth Way
Transfiguration of demons
Hoffmann, R. Joseph (1984). Marcion, on the Restitution of Christianity: An Essay on the Development of Radical Paulinist Theology in the Second Century. Issue 46 of American Academy of Religion series, ISSN 0277-1071. Chico, California: Scholars Press. p. 137. ISBN 9780891306382. Retrieved 29 April 2022.
Marcion apparently saw the transfiguration as the apotheosis of the Unknown God [...].
- E.J. Thomas, The Life of Buddha, p245; EW Hopkins, The Message of Buddhism to Christianity, The Biblical World, Vol. 28, No. 2 (Aug., 1906), pp. 94-107
- P.D. Ouspensky, In Search of the Miraculous, USA 2001, pp 324f., ISBN 0-15-600746-0