Source: New Dawn, via: nexus illuminati | by Richard Smoley
It is one of the most familiar and reassuring lines in scripture: “The Lord is my shepherd.” But when you think about it, the metaphor is a disturbing one. 2,030 more words
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I’ve been away for a long time. What makes that absence kind of strange is that I have a pile of writing, and specifically blog posts–those essaying conversations–never to see the light of day. 219 more words
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Previous Chapter: Creation of the Seraphim
Among the ancient Gnostic manuscripts rediscovered in modern times, the Secret Book of John is one of the most important. 580 more words
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In this installment, I speak David Wilcock and AI as I heard him on the Fade to Black show with Jimmy Church, ep. 487.
Here is the clip of the interview that blew my mind:
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Biblical and Early Christian Studies
2016.06.09 | Carl Séan O’Brien, The Demiurge in Ancient Thought: Secondary Gods and Divine Mediators. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. ISBN: 9781107075368, £65.00.
Review by Paul Linjamaa, Lund University. 1,594 more words
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This is the continuation of my piece on Hermes Trismegistus and the way of things as seen through the lens of the initiated.
In my previous article, I mentioned about the… 1,035 more words
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