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The Great Philosophers On Gnosticism
Sir Godfrey Higgins"The more I reflect upon Gnosticism, the more I am convinced that in it we have, in fact, the real science of antiquity—for a long time almost lost—but, I trust, by means of our oriental discoveries, yet to be recovered."
Manly P. Hall"An effort was made during the middle Ages to resurrect the principles of Gnosticism, but owing to the destruction of their records the material necessary was not available. Even today there are evidences of Gnostic philosophy in the modern world, but they bear other names and their true origin is not suspected. Many of the Gnostic concepts have actually been incorporated into the dogmas of the Christian Church, and our newer interpretations of Christianity are often along the lines of Gnostic emanationism.”
Madame Helena Blavatsky“My doctrine is not mine, but Theirs who sent me,” she said, and every Teacher of Truth has said the same. It is one of the great texts of the Christian religion interpreted in different ages, however, in very different ways. We find one of the Christian Fathers, Clemens Alexandrinus, defining the “Gnostic,” or one who possessed this ancestral Theosophy or Gnosis, as “the enlightened or perfect Christian.”
"Gnosis can't happen with an us vs. them mentality. Gnosis only works when you realize that you are them...and they are you. Love your neighbor as yourself, because your neighbor is yourself. Any form of dividing further simply separates your consciousness from The...read more
“In an age of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act." - George Orwell When I look at the current state of media madness to what has been labeled fake media, it takes me back over 2,000 years in history to the original information battle that was...read more
1. Stop worrying The popular idea that a worrier is a thoughtful and conscientious citizen is false. The Egyptians realized this when they included worry among the cardinal sins. Do not confuse thoughtfulness and worry. The thoughtful person plans solutions, but the...read more
Gnostic Warrior Podcast
"If you look at the historical conditions that gave rise to the various gnosticisms we know today, in most cases it is self-evident that the early gnostics never set out to describe reality. (Creation, sure... but not Reality.) You don't really find the family trees...read more
"Healing has always been intimately connected with Spirit. Traditionally, healing fell to the priests/priestesses and/or the shamans who were uniquely positioned to guide the patient back into right relationship with the Divine. In the shamanic world view, all illness...read more
"We have already seen that Jung believed that everything that eventually emerges into consciousness originates in the unconscious; i.e., the unformed archetypes achieve form as we experience them in our outer lives and in our dreams. Thus it is not sufficient to look...read more
In this episode of the Gnostic Warrior Radio Show and Podcast, I have the pleasure of interviewing, Carlos Tanner. Carlos is the founder of the Ayahuasca Foundation and is currently living in Iquitos, Peru where has lived and trained with the Shipibo Curanderos since...read more
Knowledge & Quotes
"Of all the nations of their time, the Phoenicians stood in the front rank. In the practical arts, as well as in the exact sciences, they were in their own wide sphere, without a competitor. They were masons, dyers, glassblowers, workers in metal, and at the same time...read more
Benjamin Franklin had written on the Phoenicians: "This inscription, which you find to be Phoenician, is, I think, near Taunton (not Jannston, as you write it). There is some account of it in the old Philosophical Transactions. I have never been at the place, but...read more
W. W. Rouse Ball, A Short Account of the History of Mathematics (1905) had said of the Phoenicians: "It seems probable that the early Greeks were largely indebted to the Phoenicians for their knowledge of practical arithmetic or the art of calculation, and perhaps...read more
In his 1871 book Ancient America, John Denison Baldwin said this about the Phoenicians being the first people to establish colonies and cities filled with civilized life: "The known enterprise of the Phoenician race, and this ancient knowledge of America, so variously...read more