High Mandonism is a philosophy that was developed in the sixth and seventh centuries by the philosophers Elikiphris (472 to 533), Adamazukos (497 to 569), and Sakkhayanda of Mirrhaimo (505 to 579). They converged at the School of Aglidice. They believed that the whole universe was created and generated from a single cause. They taught that this singular source of all that is generated transcendent emanations, including free will, love (or desire), and light. They believed that the Cosmic Star was a manifestation of the single cause. Their belief system endeavored to explain the relationship between this one cause and the manifest universe.
In later times, High Mandonism vied philosophically and politically with the ongoing development of Arathracianism.
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