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Veiled in Starlight: a Preview

This past month, the two topics I’ve set for myself to write about were D for the Demiurge and E for Emanation. I’ve had some trouble with that – partly because each topic on their own is not long enough for a full blog post, and partly because neither topic was meant to be explained dryly but to be unraveled and understood as a Mystery. 932 more words


Did Sophia Sin?

I am drawn to Gnosticism because it most closely expresses that “primal awe” at the isolation one feels (and that I have felt, and continue to feel) from the nature of the world, even though one is  1,476 more words


Gnostic Salvation And Rebellion Against God's Law

For Gnostic Christians, the story of salvation is the story of human beings learning of their true position in the world and of their taking the necessary steps to escape the bondage of the evil Creator God. 1,243 more words


What If God Were NOT Good?

No matter what religious tradition you were raised in, odds are it was never even a question in your home as to whether God is good. 507 more words


The Anti-Pope Shows Us His True Lord

The Anti-Pope, the lapdog of the Demiurge.



Demiurge: Blood of the Innocent by Michael R. Hagan

Thanks to the Online Bookclub for allowing me to read and review this novel. Please click the link below to read my review of this book on their site: 6 more words

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Desire is a liar.

We live behind the veil of thought
looking out at grass that’s always greener
endlessly needing in a world full of things
where the demiurgic release… 18 more words