2 edition of The Gnostics And Secret Societies found in the catalog.
September 15, 2006
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
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In the United States in the lateth century, there was enough of a national uproar against secret societies that one concerned group created an annual “Anti-Secret Society Convention.”Author: Jackie Mansky. Esoteric scholar Manly P. Hall covers a lot of areas relating to the ancient mysteries, including common roots in religious and ritual practices, the practices of the Druids and how they relate to Masonry, the rites of Mithras, Simon Magus and the Gnostics, Abraxas, the Egyptian Serapis, the Odinic mysteries and how they compare, the rites of Eleusis, the Orphic mysteries, Bacchus, Dionysos.
Ancient Gnosticism can be found in the doctrines of secret societies. Johannism According to , "The adoption of Johannism, a heretical belief which claimed St. John denied the Virgin Birth, Christ's resurrection, and set John the Baptist as the Christ figure; remains a significant part of Scottish Rite theology.". The Secret Book of John, Gnostic Texts - Duration: Giving Voice to the Wisdom of the Ages , views. Gospel of Judas: What Does It Really Say? - Duration:
Gnostics believed that there were actually two Gods, and that the God of the Jews was an evil or ignorant creator who deceived people. One Gnostic text calls the Hebrew patriarchs a "joke"! On the one hand, there is a view of organizations as 'secret societies' (Parker, ) that pursue their goals in an extremely opaque way, irrespectively of the potential negative externalities.
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Gnostic Templar Grand Prior Mark Amaru Pinkham presents the amazing history and teachings of the Left Hand Path -which includes the world's gnostics, alchemists, secret societies, and mystery school initiates-and its continual battle with the patriarchal adherents of the Right Hand Path.5/5(1).
Dispelling myths and providing gripping revelations—such as a direct historical link between the Assassins of the Middle Ages and today’s Al Qaeda—Secret Societies gives us a smart, surprising look at Druids and Gnostics, Wiccans, Roscrucians, and more.
Here are intimate details of the best known and often least understood covert organizations/5(21). About The Book From the Mafia and the Yakuza to the Priory of Sion, Skull and Bones and the Templars, John Lawrence Reynolds offers illuminating and entertaining exploration of the stories that surround these societies.
They generate fear, suspicion, and—above all—ed on: Septem Among the several dozen ancient Gnostic manuscripts rediscovered in modern times, the Secret Book of John is generally agreed to be the most important.
It has been called the locus classicus for the Gnostic mythological system – in sum, it is the preeminent “Gnostic Gospel”, a sacred reservoir for the defining essence of Gnostic myth and revelation.
The Gnostic Handbook Page 7 But it is perhaps desirable to state unequivocally that the teachings here, however, fragmentary and incomplete belong neither to the Hindu's, the Zoroastrian, the Chaldean, nor the Egyptian Religion, nor to Buddhism, Islam, Judaism or Christianity exclusively. The Secret doctrine is the essence of all Size: KB.
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So is the Apocalypse the book of the Gnosis or Secret Doctrine of the first Christians, and the key of this doctrine is indicated by an occult versicle of the Lord’s Prayer, which the Vulgate leaves untranslated, while in the Greek Rite, the priests only are permitted to pronounce it.
Spiritual secret societies of both yesterday and today proclaim the inherent dignity of the individual, and his rightful place in the order of the Universe. To those who arrogate to themselves the exclusive right to determine such dignity for others, members of Gnostic secret societies will ever be smeared as heretics and subversives.
There are inherently new Gnostic scriptures every generation. Presumptively, every 'secret society' or 'cult' leader in France ate the Amanita, figured 'life' out at an intelligent level of complexity, and was 'guided.' What I am looking for is some sort of hysterical 'secret society' in the books.
The Internet is awakening many people to the fact that we are being enslaved by a totalitarian Invisible Government made up of the Elite families who own the world banks and big corporations. Unfortunately, conspiracy theorists mistakenly believe these Elite are the modern descendants of the ancient Gnostics, Alchemists, Occultists and Freemasons.
Secret Societies like. Gnosis is a sexy term for the wannabe spiritual guru. Too bad it is often left undefined or open to anyone's particular feeling toward life.
The traditional view, which this book lays out, is just as silly as most of the religions that were formed before the big five we have today/5. Secret knowledge among Gnostics would mean something more—it would not only be a deeper insight into the mystery of the names, but also would be a direct and personal experience of the divine illumination or enlightenment they symbolize.
It is through inner and secret knowledge as defined by Gnosticism that a truth-seeker actually becomes a. In the book, The Gnostics and Their Remains, by Charles William King, he explains the Gnostic during this time period; “THE general name “Gnostics” is used to designate several widely differing sects, which sprang up in the Eastern provinces of the Roman Empire almost simultaneously with the first planting of Christianity.
That is to say, these sects then for the first time assumed a definite form, and. The Secret Gospel of Mark - A Letter Attributed to Clement of Alexandria. Part of a library of materials dealing with Gnosis and Gnosticism, both ancient and modern.
The site includes the Gnostic Library, with the complete Nag Hammadi Library and a large collection of other primary Gnostic. Michael A. Hoffman II Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare Page 4 Contents Preface -6 Nature or Gnosis.
Divine Creation and Its Counterfeit -8 Flattery: First Principle of Mind Control Satan is the Ape of God Inducing the Double Mind Masonic Double Mind in Vatican Two Catholicism File Size: 6MB. Gnosticism (from Ancient Greek: γνωστικός gnōstikós, Koine Greek: [ˈkos], "having knowledge") is a collection of ancient religious ideas and systems which originated in the first century AD among early Christian and Jewish sects.
These various groups emphasised personal spiritual knowledge over orthodox teachings, traditions, and ecclesiastical authority. The Secret Book of James, Gnostic Texts - Duration: Giving Voice to the Wisdom of the A views. The Book of Job Explained - Duration: Many schools of metaphysics, the occult, mystical teachings, and even fraternal organizations and secret societies have borrowed heavily from Gnostic teaching.
It’s impossible to do justice to Gnosticism in a single article, but I’ll do my best to introduce you to some of the basic concepts, leaving further research to those spurred on by.
Inspirational Gnostic Works. The Secret Book of John: The Gnostic Gospel by Stevan Davies. The book can double as a primer on Gnosticism.
Yet its spiritual wealth lies in truly capturing the liberating and ethereal essence of the allegedly-surly Sethians (and its unforgettable introduction). Gnosticism (pronounced NOS tuh siz um) was a second-century religious movement claiming that salvation could be gained through a special form of secret knowledge.
Early Christian church fathers such as Origen, Tertullian, Justin Martyr and Eusebius of Caesarea condemned gnostic teachers and beliefs as : Jack Zavada.The Gnostic Goddess, Female Power, and the Fallen Sophia © Max Dashu 2 The Gnostic approach to Christianity had a strong pagan tinge.
Its symbolic teachings were transmitted “in secret and by a method of initiation and allegory which was directly copied from theFile Size: 1MB.