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ADARI's flow of birth and development cannot be separated from formal religion. Because indeed the founding fathers personally are people who are part of the practice of formal religion. Interestingly, it turns out that in the development of ADARI's doctrine, this can be called an accumulation effort from various religions. This is very clearly seen in his doctrine of divinity which is not distinguished as the prevalence of formal religions.               Based on several references, it was stated that the emergence of ADARI's teachings was pioneered by Mangun Widjoyo while in prison (in a cell) in Wirogunan, Yogyakarta. In fact, according to his confession, during his time in prison he held contemplation or meditation, so that the instructions in the form of wangsit came to him to immediately develop a teaching on the results of his contemplation, namely Manunggaling Kawula Gusti, he was appointed as a prophet who was also God's incarnation.                Keywords: Historical, Doctrine and ADARI’s Flow.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.30821/ssr.v1i2.4132


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