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The Pirate's Garden: Gnostic Essays

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The second collection of Gnostic essays from the author of Running Towards the Bomb, The Pirate's Garden features musings and manifestos on life in the modern Gnostic revival, in theory and practice. Including thoughts on Mary Magdalene, Gnostic Myth and Chaos Theory, Overcoming fear, and much, much more, The Pirate's Garden is certain to get you thinking in new ways about ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published June 1st 2006 by
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Jeremy Puma is a Gnostic philosopher who practices a crazy, mixed-up spirituality based on the writings found in the Nag Hammadi Library and Zen Buddhism. He writes nonfiction for people interested in a mature approach to gnosis that doesn't rely on unprovable claims of apostolic succession or New Age neo-Templar silliness, but instead acknowledges the limitations of the material.

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