Tag Archives: Gnosticism

Rolling the Astrological Dice

Phineas Quimby and Edmond Szekely I always find it a bit of a challenge to work out who might be linked to any of my past lives. Edmond Bordeaux Szekely is one of those characters from the past who has … Continue reading

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Was This Man a Fraudster or an Inspired Writer?

Edmond Bordeaux Szekely (March 5, 1905 – 1979) There is a purpose to this post: I want to see if there are signs of conscious fraud in Szekely‘s birth chart. As his birth time is unknown, I have rectified his … Continue reading

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Questra C: Inner Guide, Angel or Holy Spirit?

A Pawn Piece (1978 play): Act IV (Page 23) (The curtain raises on only one character in the woods. QUESTRA is reclining near a tree. She is tall and sleek, dressed in a long white gown, made from diaphanous fabric. … Continue reading

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The Historical Origins of Freemasonry

Grand Lodge of England (June 24, 1717) Let me be upfront with you: I am not a Mason, so I have no ‘insider’ information. But I’m not so sure about any of my past lives. I seem to ‘know’ more … Continue reading

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Here’s a “New Thought”: Who ‘Influenced’ Mary Baker Eddy?

Phineas Parkhurst Quimby (February 16, 1802 – January 16, 1866) Okay. Here we go again. I’m beginning to think that this line of thought will never end, but that is the nature of life, isn’t it? Phineas Quimby used mesmerism … Continue reading

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Why Does It Take So Long for the Penny to Drop?

Communion When I first read Whitley Strieber’s book (“Communion”) in 1987, I didn’t pick up the huge hint that Anne Strieber had implanted into the title. In fact, it wasn’t until this morning that the penny finally dropped. What was … Continue reading

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Letting the Light In through the Cracks

The Wisdom of a Broken Heart (2021) There’s a new book in town! (Well, actually on the internet, since I downloaded the Kindle version from Amazon.ca.) I’ve read chapter one, so far, today, and it seems to be dictated by … Continue reading

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New Testament Scriptures: Apostolic or Apologetic?

Forged (2011) The author of this book contends that most of the books of the New Testament are forgeries. That’s not really a surprise, unless you are a fundamentalist Christian and believe that the Bible is the “Word of 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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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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