Tag Archives: Gnosis

In Our House, We Believe:

Faith Can Move Mountains There is so much we cannot know, mainly because of our disconnect from the Truth, that we have to take on faith. Now, if you’re like me, your faith can be tested from time-to-time. But it … Continue reading

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The Mystical Marriage

The Nature of the Mystery is Love This is one post that would be better served if I just get out of the way and quote from Jesus and the Lost Goddess: It is easy with a book such as … Continue reading

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Is this Egyptian Symbol also a Gnostic Christian One?

The Ankh I’ve looked at this symbol before, but in relation to Sharon Tate’s friend, Jay Sebring’s use of it in his advertising. But I haven’t explained its significance to me, personally. Perhaps this chapter from Jesus and the Lost … Continue reading

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Oh, So That’s Why I Can Remember So Much

The Draught of Oblivion As we have explored previously, the original Christians do not understand Hell in the same way as the later Literalist Christians. Literalists teach the horrendous idea that after one life some of us will be doomed … Continue reading

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Synchronicity: Fox and Geese Childhood Game

A Gnostic Illustration Maybe this is a stretch, but I see a symbolic representation of Gnosis in this childhood game. Directions This game requires four or more players and a large, open area of unspoiled snow. Stomp a big circle … Continue reading

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Finally, Making Sense of the Bible as Allegory

Jesus and the Lost Goddess (2001) On Thursday, Ian, from our Faith and Science group, sent us all a link to a Goodreads post about this book. I recognized the title instantly, since it has been sitting in my library, … Continue reading

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A 16th Century Gnostic?

Desiderius Erasmus (October 28, 1466 – July 12, 1536) The story of his life is interesting, to say the least. He didn’t need the outward signs and rites of the Roman Catholic Church: he had a direct relationship with God. … Continue reading

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Did You Know that Our Creator is a Goddess?

Divine Sophia (Wisdom) It has always seemed strange to me that the idea of a female creator is something that most modern thinkers would reject. I’ve written about Sophia before, especially with reference to Gnostic myths, so the thinking on … Continue reading

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Meet the Man who Proved the Maxim “As Above, So Below”

Claudius Ptolemy (100 AD – 170 AD) You might reasonably expect that the man who brought the ancient art of astrology into the ‘modern’ age would at least have a horoscope. Unfortunately, none exists, so I cannot show you his … Continue reading

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Gnostic: Our Mother-Father God in Heaven

Barbelo I have hinted at this name before. And the images that are presented on the internet seem to be ‘fearsome’. The idea of a masculine female principle is contradictory until you understand androgyny. Remember The Star of Bethlehem? Here’s … Continue reading

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