Definition: (1) a moment of sudden revelation or insight <often religious in nature>; (2) a manifestation of a divine or supernatural being

Derivation: Greek, “reveal”

• Without the quest, there can be no epiphany. — Constantine E. “Dino” Scaros Ph.D. (1945-) American professor, author, & historian
• An epiphany enables you to sense creation not as something completed, but as constantly becoming, evolving, ascending. This transports you from a place where there is nothing new to a place where there is nothing old, where everything renews itself, where heaven and earth rejoice as at the moment of creation. — Abraham Isaac “Rav” Kook (1865–1935) Latvian Rabbi