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Undefinable and Expansive
Our Creed Compendium

This introductory compendium is in place to summarize key aspects of the construct of reality, which are collectively recognized by active members of the Undefinable and Expansive creed. There is far more which could be provided and discussed for anyone inspired and ready to expand their awareness of reality. As discussed; everyone in existence is already recognized as members and what makes an active member is the agreement with, or desire to understand the principles discussed in the forty-nine Statutes of the Divinely Realized (found at the bottom of this page). If you would like to learn more, you are welcome to join our public meetings and discussion groups. All questions are good questions.

While these thirteen statements can be perceived as rather specific, in no way are members required to surrender seemingly contradictory beliefs. When they are correctly understood, they are fully inclusive of every belief-system, practice, and religion. Which is why we claim to be The “Religion” of all Existence

1 Divinity

We recognize that “God”, it’s Self (“Christ”), and the Wholly Spiritual Universe are one absolute essence experiencing itself as different dimensional aspects which differ in function and give rise to all existence within itself.

2 Pervasiveness

We recognize “God” is in and throughout all existence and its evidence is readily available to all those willing, ready, and dedicated to find it. While practice evokes its awareness it requires no worship and its only antagonist derives from our free-will of ignorance.

3 Eternal Life

We recognize everyone’s life is “Christ” and has existed before birth and will continue after death, we strive to embody it throughout a variety of alternate universes and dimensions, supporting it’s destined purpose to explore and progress through all possible experiences, which life as souls and bodies are a part of.

4 Spirituality

We recognize that what we experience are frequency patterns of the holographic representation of the Wholly Spiritual Universe, which is revealed to us as we train to think in correspondence to its manifestation.

5 Authenticity

We recognize that all actions and activities are our unique relationship with “God”. We allow and encourage everyone to choose the current form of that relationship whether aware of it or not. While supporting those of us who agree to study, practice, and evoke communion together as active members.

6 Reflection

We recognize the natural order of the universal constants of existence, which reflect what we believe in developing the equivalent experiences of benefits or consequence to them firsthand.

7 Oneness

We recognize that the atonement is a personal discovery and not an ancient event, which we all have access to when we are diligently following our inspiration, surrendering definitions, and take time in silent communion.

8 Freedom

We recognize liberation derives from first; authentic genuine communication, second; responsibility of thoughts and beliefs, and third; the surrender of the ability to discern differences to therefore allow ourselves and others be whatsoever we currently perceive them to be, to eventually perceive the Wholly Spiritual Universe without such distortions.

9 Ordinance

We recognize authority is of “God” through its Self (“Christ”), represented by the Wholly Spiritual Universe. Everyone’s pre-determined advancements manifests first; through personal inspiration, second; through confirmation with other’s revelation, and third; the education, adaptation, and application of the motivation to fulfill such calling.

10 Mysticism

We recognize the literal possibility and availability of Miracles, Resurrection, and Dimensional Transcendence. Including any physical, mental, and spiritual abilities revealing the evidence of alternate dimensional awareness. Which can be achieved through application, adaptation, and surrender.

11 Inspiration

We recognize the “word of god” is an alternate dimensional awareness, where one surrenders personal identification and opens to the willingness to be inspired from within by the means of any text, media, or encounter.

12 Archetypes

We recognize everyone already as members and they unknowingly adhere to the authority of “Christ” who designs our lives and all reality through its initial archetypal representatives (in the Wholly Spiritual Universe) as the twelve primordial frequency rays of which we are counseled by before reclaiming this authority again.

13 Ascension

We recognize there is no “right way” and our inspiration guides us to different practices, activities, and experience utilizing our talents and abilities to uniquely shape us and show us what maintains our ignorance, and teach us how to become more of what we are designed to be: expanding to impressive dexterity, awakening miraculous abilities, and continuing furthermore to eventual complete awareness of the entire story of

how “God” became what it is. 

“Revolutionizing Christianity”

- Rev. Devan Jesse Byrne

You are Eternal!

We are a Creed (“religion”) that is based off an ancient wisdom which has grown lost within this dimensional perspective (“world”). It is the core essence (“gnostic wisdom”) within the depth of all religions. Recognized only by those willing to embrace every aspect of their religion and seek guidance to personal revelation from their teachers & deities. This is a wisdom which reveals experiences of an honest recognition within us all. Where no physical person could express to us more than we are able to understand and retain at the time. It is not till we eradicate (“purify”) our personal inhibitions, beliefs and misunderstandings [through forgiveness & meditation] that we are able to experience it as it actually is. When one does, it is everywhere and all encompassing.


Throughout the statutes there are concepts in which are continuously used as a basis of understanding the universal principles of what reality is. These fundamental principles are the “core beliefs“ of the undefinable and expansive creed.


1. The basis of all of these statutes relies on the most fundamental principle referred to as “unity”, meaning that there is a “non-duality” and a lack of “separation” of the “oneness” of what we actually are. Every degree of reality is an all-encompassing diversity of infinite variations of perspectives of that One essence. This includes all dimensions, stages, and persons which are merely experiences of all possible aspects of that same one unified essence. 


2. The second most fundamental principle relies on the fact that everyone is perfectly designed to fulfill a purpose for the experience of every option of the “imperfect“ perspectives on reality. This emphasizes that you are the way you are for a reason, and you desire what you do because of the story you have been designed to fulfill, and can not fail to do so.


3. The third key principle relies on your designed movement through these stages and dimensions. In your perceptual reality, you are able to explore, learn, and progress on the journey to eventually be aware of the wholeness of that essence which is unified. You are designed with a motivation to grow and expand your awareness to find out all that this unified essence is.


Aside from personal experience, the definitive approach of logic is helpful in explaining the nature of existence. For those who do not know the experience first-hand, it is helpful to have common variables to explain it in straightforward terms. These are the Universal Constants (“Laws”) which all subsequent dimensions generate their Constants with. It is the presence of additional “laws” which constitute another dimensional experience, which independently adhere to specific “laws” (ie: Physics) which always derive from the previous dimensions. They are all possible because of these all encompassing “Laws of God” that our statutes emphasize. Even while they are referred to as “God’s” they specifically encompass the first three dimensions (“God”, the “Son”, and the “Wholly Spiritual Universe”). Which is only one essence whose aspects differ only in these functionalities.