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... teachings of Gnosis that were preserved in the Mystery Schools. If I have not been merely wasting my ...
... understanding of the core teaching of the Mysteries. After hundreds of readings of the Nag Hammadi ...
... Gnostic psychology, the noetic science of the Mystery Schools, Archons are an alien force that ...
... I'm doing in this site to recover the original Mystery teachings of the Gnostics is to prepare people ...
... basis. This is one of the great unsolved mysteries of natural science. The Gnostic distinction ...
... of John, the Sun is called by a name from the Mystery Schools: Sabaoth, pronounced SAH-buy-ot. ...
... in our cells. / Encounters with Aliens in a Mystery School Text/ Here and there the Coptic ...
... In a practical sense, Gnostic teachers in the Mystery Schools instructed the neophytes in how to ...
... to the finely nuanced noetic science of the Mysteries. / In the Gnostic view, human beings ...
... peacefully with the Greco-Oriental Mysteries in ancient Palestine, including the cult ...
... aware of what hides in that shadow. Among the Mystery centers in Palestine was the encampment of the ...
... they acquired through training in the Mysteries, but they also perceived the infection of an ...
... salvationist ideology were silenced, and the Mystery Schools were targeted for eradication, ...
... is clear enough:/ Others [who claim to know Mysteries] will change the meaning by evil means, ...
... distorted words, and will impose misleading mysteries. Those who do not understand the true ...
... do not understand the true experience of the Mysteries will speak as if they do understand, and will ...
... and the Global Environment at Harvard Medical School. The award was presented by Meryl Streep. ...
... the vicious fanatisicm that destroyed the Mysteries. / Magnification of the fractal Archon ...
... Conflict/ However the Gnostic seers of the Mysteries came to imagine the generation of the Archons, ...
... that probably stems from Egyptian Mystery schools, not to mention observation of the ...
... and ancient origins. Its connection to the Mystery Religions known to have existed for thousands ...
... themselves were physically attacked, and the Mystery Schools where they preserved a millennial ...
... civilization i.e., the destruction of the Mysteries and the sacred heritage of Europan indigenous ...
... of Europan indigenous wisdom, of which the Mysteries were the finest flowering but also, and even ...
... be so taken. The knowledge cultivated in the Mysteries was testable by direct experience, and ...
... the salvationist program. In the Gnosis of the Mysteries, there were no such intermediaries between ...
... and the cosmos beyond. The purpose of the Mysteries was to teach how to know Gaia and co-evolve in ...
... of Sophia with Gaia, the Magna Mater of the Mystery Schoos. See also Earth Goddess. / Sophianic ...
... came forth from the relative anonymity of the Mystery Schools and engaged the proponents of the new ...
... of thousands, filling the libraries of the Mystery Schools in Biblos, Antioch, Alexandria and ...
... the classical world. / The teachers from the Mystery Schools refuted such doctrines as these in ...
... destroyed their writings, and demolished the Mystery Schools. / Heresy had to be invented and ...
... we face in recovering the true message of Pagan Mysteries. / The identification of Jesus (human) as ...
... with the telestai, the initiates in the Mysteries; and, to a certain extent, to imitate ...
... Christos, the god-man. / The decline of the Mystery Schools after the Augustan Era [29 BCE 14 CE] ...
... for a kind of personal salvation that the Mysteries (being a transpersonal path) did not offer. ...
... baptism cults, a rage for conversion. The Mysteries were unable to respond to the rampant ...
... who wrote against Paganism, that all Mystery cults, despite their rich diversity, were ...
... confirms my view, albeit obliquely:/ The Mysteries had assumed a terrestrial deficiency that the ...
... plain English this means that initiates in the Mystery Schools, where Gnostics held faculty ...
... Although he asserts the positive view of the Mysteries, Martin says that "a gnostic ...
... I would argue that the essence of the Mystery religions was a Gnostic vision that embraced ...
... one of the Church Fathers who opposed the Pagan Mysteries, "the personal systems of the ...
... 4 in a manner specific to the Valentinian School, contrasted to the Sethian School, whose ...
... and other obscure clues relating to the mysterious co-action of these Aeons in the formation of ...
... of the foremost challenges of metahistory. / Mysteries, Mystery Schools The mosaic system of ...
... and the latter for the university system of schools in which the initiates (telestes) taught. / ...
... sites is evidence of the network of the Mystery cults. In each place where ruins are now found, ...
... At the same time, the infrastructure of the Mysteries was integral, common to all regions. Druids ...
... BCE. To those who carried out its program, the Mystery Experience was stated and sustained in ...
... dimension to it. The seers and adepts of the Mysteries did not merely initiate, they also educated. ...
... tradition in connection with all the great Mystery-institutions was that their several ...
... with these institutions....The Mysteries were committed to the care of the most advanced ...
... Scholars of religion who pronounce on the Mysteries do not consider this question because the ...
... it never occurs to them to associate the Mystery Schools with education. / The extraordinary ...
... compared to the grand scale of education in the Mystery Schools. And monastic literacy was largely ...
... program run by the Catholic Church. The Mysteries, by contrast, were completely egalitarian. ...
... and both men and women taught in the guilds and schools associated with the regional cults. ...
... the last of the known Mystery School teachers was a woman, Hypatia of ...
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