One who has achieved this kind of enlightenment is also called "eren" or "münevver" (mūnavvar).
Four valid books in Islam, namely Psalms, Torah, Gospel, and Qur'an are all the "Righteous"Quran Surah 2 verse 136 says: "We believe in Allah, and in that which has been sent down on us and sent down on Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac and Jacob, and the Tribes, and that which was given to Moses and Jesus and the Prophets, of their Lord; we make no division between any of them, and to Him we surrender".
Alevis believe in the unity of Allah (the divine), Muhammad (the praising host), and Ali (the gate who calls up), but this is not a trinity composed of God and the irrelevant historical figures of Muhammad and Ali which are distractions from the Bāṭenī meanings.
The Twelfth Imam is hidden and represents the Messianic Age.
There are two sides to creation, one from a spiritual centre to plurality, another from plurality to the spiritual centre.
Rather, the true Muhammad and Ali from the Alevi perspective are but representations of Allah's light being neither independent from God, nor separate characteristics of Him.
The phrase "For the love of God-Muhammad-Ali" (Hakk-Muhammed-Ali aşkına) is common to several Alevi prayers.
Plurality is the separation of pure consciousness from the divine source.
It is seen as a curtain alienating creation from the divine source and an illusion which called the Zāherī or the Exoteric side to reality.
Some of the differences that mark Alevis from Orthodox Muslims are the use of cemevi halls rather than mosques but similar to some other Sufi and Shia groups; worship ceremonies that feature music and dancing, candles and grape juice, and where both women and men participate; God is the Light of the heavens and the earth.