That's Elohim, a plurality of beings with a common nature like "I and my father are one". Sometimes they're referred to as "the Elohim", which indicates that there are different groups.
The singularity is 'ONE
'. And the singularity is the divine reality of the universe; the eternal spirit from which all being originates. He, who is one, is all that exists, and all that exists are He, the Elohim.
Every living thing within this apparent boundless cosmos, are merely information gatherers or transmitters for the eternal energy, which manifests itself as this living universe and is all that exists and is, "THE GREAT THOUGHT
" the collective consciousness of all that exists.
At any given point in time, you are no more than inches away from a spider, fly, ant, or any other of the many information gatherers, and transmitters of the eternal evolving ‘THOUGHT
’, who is all that exists.
Jeremiah 23: 23-24; “I am a God who is everywhere and not in one place only. No one can hide where I cannot see him. Do you not know that I (Who am ONE
) am everywhere in heaven and on earth?
He has eyes and messengers everywhere, for all are He.
He, the singularity, is the divine reality of the universe; the eternal spirit from which all being originates and to who all must return at the close of each period of universal activity, or each generation of the universe.
A singularity is a region of space-time in which matter is crushed so closely together that the gravitational laws explained by general relativity break down. In a singularity, the volume of space is zero and its density is infinite. Scientists believe such a singularity exists at the core of a black hole, which occurs when a super-massive sun reaches the end of its life and implodes.
General relativity also demands such a singularity must exist at the beginning of an expanding universe. And science is now beginning to accept that the universe contracts back to the singularity of origin, even though our ancient ancestors realised this thousands of years ago.
“Universe after universe is like an interminable succession of wheels forever coming into view, forever rolling onwards, disappearing and reappearing; forever passing from being too non-being, and again from non-being to being. In short, the constant revolving of the wheel of life in one eternal cycle, according to fixed and immutable laws, is perhaps after all, the sum and substance of the philosophy of Buddhism. And this eternal wheel has so to speak, six spokes representing six forms of existence.” ---- Mon. Williams, Buddhism, pp. 229, 122.