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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Breathe, pace your breaths calmly and systematically.
Do this for five minutes.
Now address your status quo, stare at the monitor right in front of you while absorbing your surrounding atmosphere. 403 more words