19 Tenets of the Order of Oneness
1. Know that the Truth is metaphysical, objective and exists independently of our sensory perceptions of it.
2. Know that Reality consists of both physical and spiritual dimensions.
3. Know about the occult and understand that there are both light/good and dark/evil aspects to it.
4. Know that all religions consist of esoteric/inner and exoteric/outer domains and understandings.
5. Know the true Self and understand its connection to All/God/Universe.
6. Know that we are spiritual beings that are having a temporary human experience.
7. Know that we all have shadow aspects that can be triggered inconveniently, if we are not aware and learn to control them.
8. Move from ego-identification and ego-attachment towards self-transcendence and Oneness.
9. Do what is best for the Whole and what is best for as many people as possible in every moment.
10. Do what is good for the climate and the earth, protect nature, eat vegan, fly less, consume less, buy locally, etc.
11. Eat as vegan as possible to minimize unnecessary violence against living sentient beings and because of the negative impacts of animal production on the climate and health.
12. Know that every time you buy a product, you are voting with your money on which companies and products you want to support and have in the future.
13. Treat others as you would like to be treated and be the change you want to see in the world.
14. Be critical of authorities and do not blindly follow orders.
15. Know that there are hidden forces behind many of the world's powerful political and religious authorities and organizations.
16. Know that the world's governments have lied about important events, such as the war on drugs, chemtrails, 9/11, weapons of mass destruction and other false flag operations.
17. Know that mass entertainment, news about celebrities and our consumer culture most often are distractions from important truths in the world.
18. Know that the acquisition of knowledge never can be objectively negative.
19. Know that true enlightenment is not only about pursuing bliss and improving oneself, but also about creating change and influencing others to improve themselves.