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  1. The Gnostics were a group of people who sought to discover the truth about the ultimate essence of the divine, thereby overthrowing false beliefs in God, society, and life in general. They say that humans are divine souls trapped in the physical world, and that the only way to achieve salvation from this place is not to worship the Demiurge (the false god of religion), but to gain secret esoteric knowledge about who you really are, where you come from, and how these parasitic entities operate, which will eventually free you from this physical world in which your soul is trapped. Gnostic texts speak of parasitic entities, they call them “Archons”, who not only use us as a source of energy, but also prevent our souls from leaving the material world after the death of our physical bodies. Gnostic texts detail the manipulation of humanity by what they call non-human “Archons” or rulers.

  2. The word Gnose comes from the Sanskrit root gna, which means “knowledge”, and gnostikos (Greek) – “one who knows”. In the first centuries of our era, the term knowledge had a broader meaning than it does now (intellectual or academic knowledge). Then it was about knowing the Ultimate Reality, that is, the true Self. Gnosticism is a religious movement that gained strength at the beginning of Christianity, between the first and fourth centuries. The Gnostics considered themselves to possess the knowledge that Christ gave only to a few followers. This knowledge, which they accepted as a gift from God, could only be transmitted from one follower to another, and was described as an insight, an awakening, a combination, a union.

    In contrast to the canons of the Church, the Gnostics recognized in the act of Creation, along with the Father, the presence of the Mother. They gave the Mother numerous names, such as Sophia (Wisdom), Pronoia and Protenoia (the Primal Being who gives the Holy Spirit), Epinoia (Light), Shige (Who gives silence), and Saint proper Spirit (feminine in the Gospel of Philip). The father is defined as Primary The Principle, while the Mother creates the creation in the image

    and the likeness of the Father: “Part of the light taken in the area of the soul and matter is the energy of the Mother. The masculine part of the Divine remains in the pleroma or celestial world, remaining in perfection, and thus avoiding destruction and deformation.”

    Mother-Father is the Gnostic equivalent of Parabrahma, the indivisible God. Prothenoia, one of the names of the Gnostic Goddess. Its description is found in one of the most important documents found in Nag Hamadi. This is a real hymn to the Great Goddess, which in many ways resembles the Upanishads

  3. Alex Alexsov – High-minded nonsense 🙂 Believing that knowledge (Greek: gnosis) can be obtained by mystical means, the Gnostics combined the ideas of apostate Christianity with Greek philosophy and Eastern mysticism. Gnostics are heretical sectarians. “There are many deceivers in the world who do not recognize that Jesus Christ came in the flesh. Anyone who believes this is a deceiver and the Antichrist.”

  4. Gnostic comes from the word gnosis (gnosis) (from the Greek yÎŊĪŽĪƒÎšĪ‚ – “knowledge” – – the highest knowledge given in the form of experiencing a mystical revelation. This knowledge is a Gift from God, which is transmitted from Master to Disciple from heart to heart, as enlightenment (satori), awakening, and then enlightenment (samadhi). The terms are known to all seekers of the world and mean the realization of the true Self.

    A gnostic is someone who knows, but has no personality. There is a presence so amazing that there is no need for any personality. And this presence is infinite and eternal. If you experience it even once, it will remain with you forever, as awareness of this presence. Jesus said: “Let the seeker never stop searching until he finds it. When he finds it, he will be shaken, and when he is shaken, he will be admired, and will reign over the world, ” the Gospel of Thomas.

    Rejecting all rational spirituality and all blind faith, the Gnostic regards knowledge, the essence of the consciousness that he has manifested at this moment, as the privilege of the superman, that is, the initiate in the Truth. And traditional religion, faith – to the fate of lower human beings, burdened with the mind, so forced only to blindly believe in what is “truth”, “consciousness”, what is”being”.

    Unlike a Gnostic, an ordinary person is a person whose knowledge is built on your awareness, on what the mind knows. For him, “truth”, “consciousness”,” being ” are just terms and designations of concepts devoid of practical content, in contrast to the interpretation of impressions obtained as a result of practical measurements based on specific sensations of a person who puts a certain meaning in them.

    Not to mention the fact that the mind, in itself, is not a reality, but a description, a being, a graveyard of meanings of all that it means by the meanings of words, symbols, signs and designations, which it is the bearer of. Description, as a product of a person's ability to imagine (imaginer), given to him by nature, which happens in us automatically, outside of our efforts and will. We only use it to create images and representations of what we experience in direct and indirect perception of ourselves and the world. It is thanks to the imagination that a person can imagine, create images, assigning them certain meanings and names.

    Only that which is pictured in the mind as existing, as existing, detached from being, since it is only in the mind, is subject to awareness in man. That is, only what we can imagine is realized, although it seems to us that this is exactly what is happening in the reality of being. In other words, everything that we say is nothing more than an opinion, a judgment, a conclusion, a conclusion, a statement, but not what is really there.

    Moreover, the fact that different opinions are publicly discussed in order to come to a single conclusion about the existence of the so-called objective truth does not help either. Even experience does not help here, because its results are nothing but the same interpretations of the mind. Unless, it can work in practice in the world of matter, which a person encounters directly through his experiences.

    This begs the question: what, then, is truth for man?


    Literally and figuratively, nothing. Because the essence of truth for us is in the disappearance of us, in the death of a person (the body remains), the essence of which is the mind-illusion, lies and delusions.

    When we talk about death, we come very close to Gnosticism and its greatness. That is, to the Gnostic, in whom the necessary internal alteration, the redrawing of his inner intellectual cosmos, as the transcendence of the mind, sweeping away his reality in its path, has already taken place in him. The bowl became empty, the grain separated from the chaff.

    But at the same time, your phenomenal perception of reality remains, as does its processing by the conceptual apparatus. Neither one nor the other in itself pollutes consciousness, because what does it now is the mystical greatness, the Gnostic, and not the person who, unlike the Gnostic, is controlled by the mind with all its contents polluting the pure witnessing consciousness that happens through us.

    Therefore, for the mystic, that is, for the real Gnostic, it is absolutely not important what tools he uses to bear witness not to the truth, not to greatness, but to himself as truth, its greatness. On the contrary, it is better if it is an accessible language to those to whom he wants to tell it. All that is needed is for them to have a need for this kind of narrative. And it will no longer be just a narrative, a discourse, it will be a Revelation, as a transmission that always takes place purely individually, from heart to heart, not intellectually.

    The Gnostic's task is to free himself from the Higher Things that burn him, from this soiling principle that denies us in God. Only then does this free environment of the greatness of us in the here and now, within which we are thrown as carriers of the fire of awareness, become for the gnostic a stage platform for his metaphysical Gnostic drama of the disappearance, crucifixion of himself in God.

    Metaphysically, there is something similar to the Supreme within us – it is His seed sown in us, the likeness of which, but in a negative way, is possessed by a person who is sown in us by a person in the mind. Man is the only non-identity and incomprehensibility in the Creator's nature, since man is our negation of ourselves in God. As human beings, we betray God in ourselves. And this is not the point within us that is the moment of understanding, the torch that illuminates us in the truth, it is the point that leaves us in ignorance and delusion to ourselves.

    All that is designated by man is substance, not material. This is the environment around us, which is not like anything that exists, because this is the point of logos, the secondary world of realization of the speculative world of thinking, to which a person belongs, being its accidental carrier.

    That is, the person inside us is something anti – like to the Supreme-this is not a positive coincidence, this is a purely negative coincidence. There is no soul in man. Which means, it is not a point of direct witnessing of the self (gnostic) being moment to moment, from moment to moment in the here and now in self-awareness by him.

    Our immortal soul (the spark of God in us) is the invisible thread in us that connects us to immortality. It is only here that we are destined to be in the rays of mystical Revelation, ignited by the fire of awareness not from knowledge, but phenomenologically and authentically, existing in the here and now, in its very being. Only in the instant of that moment, when we become him, do we fill the book of the living with yet another manifestation of enlightened consciousness through us.

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