The Godhead and the Divine Source

The Third Messenger on the Subject of the Godhead and the Divine Source (A Third Pillar Text)

The Godhead consists of the Father, the Mother and the Son. The Godhead is another term for the divine, celestial rulership. The Godhead is not the same as the One True God, of which only the Father of Greatness is accorded such a title and position.

The Supreme God, which is the Divine Source, is the Father and He alone is the One True God. He delegates His authority to the Son and to the Mother, and to other beings, according to the Will of the Father.

Only the Divine Source is worshipped in the truest sense of the term. Term worship is used throughout the various Scriptures in reference to beings other than the Divine Source. This indicates, not the same manner of worshipping the Divine Source, but rather, the highest form of respect and honour for a particular celestial being such as the Son or for an angelic being or a celestial or earthly prophet. None of the latter are worshipped in the same manner as the One True God.