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Ofelia and the Faun

Ofelia: “My name is Ofelia. Who are you?”
Pan: “Me? I’ve had so many names. Old names that only the wind and the trees can pronounce.

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Theosophy

The Curious Case of The Apostle Paul

One of the themes in many of the Gnostic cults that were so pervasive at the tail end of the 1st century, and into the 2nd century was the view that the god of the Old Testament (Yahweh, Yaldabaoth) is either malicious or indifferent towards humanity.   596 more words

Early Christianity

I Can't Get No Satisfaction

Last week I decided to shift the stagnant energy I was feeling by taking in a dose of humor, so I visited one of my favorite sources, … 1,327 more words

Spirituality

[NB] And Neognostic Feminist Noire is also a Thing?

Because tell me that isn’t what Jessica Jones is. Well, okay, it is a bit redundant to use ‘neognostic’ and ‘noire,’ but in this case I think the intensifier is necessary. 1,053 more words

Notebook

The Demiurge and the Shadow of Monotheism

Gnosticism. Excerpt taken from “The Battle about God: Where do Gnostics stand?” – Dr. Stephan Hoeller. Illustrated with pictures and text.

* Some Gnostics used the term ‘Demiurge/Demiourgos’ to indicate the creator of the material forms, contrasting the Uncreated Spiritual substance, because they were quite saturated in Platonic philosophy. 39 more words

Gnosticism

Your Darkest Queen

By Lilith

As your Darkest Succubus Demon Queen,
I’ve activated your Darkest DNA and genes.
I’ve come back to Earth for my chosen few.
The light and darkness have merged within all of you. 230 more words

Poetry

Romans 8:19-20 "The Creature"

In Romans 8:19-20 it is written “For the earnest expectation of the creature awaits the manifestation of the sons of God. For the creature was made subject to vanity, not willingly, but by reason of him who subjected it…” 670 more words

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