Tag Archives: Gnosticism

Reflections on My Human Design Profile

2/4 Projector I admit it: I like my own company. In fact, some of my best thinking comes when I don’t have to engage in communicating with others. But then I turn around and write a daily blog about what … 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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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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Make Yourself: At Home

Ikea Canada’s 2022 Slogan It’s a clever bit of advertising, this. Most of the time, we think the phrase means ‘settisville’ as Jed Clampett used to say, meaning ‘set yourself down and relax awhile’. Ikea’s meaning is different. Here’s another … 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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Now, I Wasn’t Expecting This Connection:

John Milton (December 9, 1608 – November 8, 1674) By now, I should know better. But, honestly, the highlights of history are sometimes too much to experience firsthand. So, intervening years and lives make the connections more real. John Milton … Continue reading

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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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