Reaching for the spiritual unity

Deus Amabile represents the idea to bring religions and spiritual movements closer to each other. The teachings of these different movements contain usually contradictory information. Contradictions can lead to conflicts, and in extreme cases, they can lead to violence. Deus Amabile aims at sharing information between religions and spiritual movements.

The ultimate goal of Deus Amabile is spiritual unity among all religions and spiritual movements. This unity means that all movements try to fulfill the Plan of the Universal Father; the Plan of the First source; the plan of God, in peace, together.

This idea has been tried to carry out for many times but it has always faded into disagreements. This unity cannot be created in a lifetime. It will take a lot of work for many generations to fulfill this ultimate idea. But Deus Amabile will, for its part, carry out this difficult aim, which will come true at the end of visitation of mankind.

Amandeo Ananta

Religions and spiritual movements

All spiritual communities try to increase spiritual knowledge and well-being of humans. Although it might be that some teachings seem strange. Sometimes missionary work, especially work of some new movements, might be little too enthusiastic and perhaps a bit oppressive. But one should not judge a whole movement on these ground alone. In every movement there are always beautiful ideas, knowledge supporting the truth, sincerity embraced by love. So study and you will learn.

Links to religions and spiritual movements

Main movements in the world:
Buddhism
Journal of Buddhist Ethics www.jbe.gold.ac.uk/
Zen Buddhism metalab.unc.edu/zen/
BuddhaNet-Buddhist Information Network www.buddhanet.net/
Christianity
Russian Orthodox Church www.russianorthodoxchurch.ws/synod/indexeng.htm
Catholic Online www.catholic.org/index2.html
World Council of Churches www.wcc-coe.org/
Ecumenical News International www.eni.ch/
Hinduism
The Hindu Universe www.hindunet.org/
Hinduism today online www.himalayanacademy.com/
Krishna ISKCON www.krishna.com/
The Bhagavad gita www.bhagavad-gita.org/
Islam
UNN Islamic Society www.virtualreligion.net/vri/islam.html
IslamiCity in Cyberspace www.islamicity.com
Koran www.hti.umich.edu/relig/koran/
Judaism
Judaism and Jewish Resources shamash.org/trb/judaism.html
Movements based in bible or Christianity:
Mormons
The Church of Jesus-Christ Latter-day Saints www.lds.org/
The Book of Mormon www.hti.umich.edu/relig/mormon/
Jehovah's Witnesses
Official Web Site of Jehovah's Witnesses www.watchtower.org/
Moonism
WorldCARP www.worldcarp.org/
Other western movements:
Theosophy
Theosophy company theosophycompany.org/
The Theosophical Society www.theosociety.org/
Scientology
Scientology www.scientology.org/
Ufo-knowledge
Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence www.cseti.org/
National Ufo reporting center www.nwlink.com/~ufocntr/
Urantia-Book
Urantia-Foundation www.urantia.org/
Other eastern movements:
Bahá'í
Bahá'í Communication Association www.bcca.org/
Jainism
Jainism www.jainism.org
JainNet www.jainnet.com/
Sahaja yoga
Sahaja yoga www.sahajayoga.org/
Sikhism
The Sikhism Home page www.sikhs.org/
Taoism
True Tao Home Page www.taoism.net/
Transendental Meditation
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi www.tm.org/
More links:
Tibet
Dalai Lama www.dalailama.com/

Contact:

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