65 books — 1 voter
Gnosticism describes a collection of ancient religions which taught that people should shun the material world created by the demiurge and embrace the spiritual world.
How Jesus Became God Suggested Reading
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SkyLight Paths Illuminations: Annotated & Explained books
48 books — 1 voter
“ Zeena's first published sermon at 7 years old. From “The Cloven Hoof” periodical, 1970, San Francisco, CA, USA.: “The question, 'What is the difference between God and Satan?,' was put to Zeena LaVey, seven-year-old daughter of the High Priest. Her answer was... 'SATAN MADE THE ROSE AND GOD MADE THE THORNS. ...more ”
“ The Occult Science of the Ancient Magi was concealed under the shadows of the Ancient Mysteries it was imperfectly revealed or rather disfigured by the Gnostics: it is guessed at under the obscurities that cover the pretended crimes of the Templars; and it is found enveloped in enigmas that seem impenetrable, in the Rights of the Highest Masonry. ”
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A group of seekers who see the connection between gnosticism & witchcraft. Create a new curric…more
[close] A group of seekers who see the connection between gnosticism & witchcraft. Create a new curriculum of wisdom-seeking which not only reveals God (Creator/Goddess), but does so by following the line of science, mysticism, spirituality, history, technology, art and magick.
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A group for those interested in works related to Gnosticism, whether non-fiction or fiction.
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Inspire and be Inspired! Welcome to Inspiring Book Club where you can talk about your all-time f…more
[close] Inspire and be Inspired! Welcome to Inspiring Book Club where you can talk about your all-time favorite book that has inspired you the most, and helped change your life. What book has touched you deeper than any other? What words have moved you and transformed the way you look at life? No self-promotional books please. Let us build a library of inspiring books that we hold dear to our hearts and create a shelf filled with such special books. Inspiring others is the pathway to our own discoveries —RCC
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