Re: The (O)SOPHY of JESUS
May 11, 2006 10:52 AM
yes John, the same gnostic library have the story from the secrtet
There are different translations of the Nag Hammadi rolls, worked
out by two groups of translators.
Possibly there is more to be find in comming times.
Ps I posted this for the third time and now(this day) it was comming
through on the talk list.Before not.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, samblo@... wrote:
> Thanks for the post of the Gnostic Text. The "Mary" who asks
> is Mary Magdelene. There is mention of "Sophia" (Wisdom) sometimes
> "Pistis" (Faith - the direct first person perception of Gnosis
> intermediary) this points to G. R. S. Mead's work "The Pistis
Sophia" which adds more
> material having the "Questions and lamentations of Mary
(Magdelene) and many
> other contents. Also the text mentions the "Great Invisible
Spirit" which just
> happens to be another of the Four Works "The Book of the Great
> which are sisters to the Pistis Sophia. The Aeons Assembly and
> correlate to the Aeons of the Gnosis of Valentinus and though
pages are missing in
> the Savior Text Valentinus has a most beautiful Aeonology which
> Ecclesiatic ( Assembly) and Zoe (Life).
> There are certain works by the European Emile Amelineau
pertinent to these
> works that he published but were never translated into English
much less even
> seen here in America, since you are there in Europe you might have
> to find his translation works in the French of "The book of the
> There are many most interesting correlation's found in the
> of the Nag Hammadhi and other works such as "The Gnosis of the
Light" that use
> terms (monad) (silence (Sige: Aeon) and others that fix her
> further back then Islam or medieval philosophers, the Gnostics in
some cases were
> before Christian appearance i.e.; Mandaeans, Nazarens, Ebeonite.
You might also
> Google "Lady E. S. Drower" for "The Secret Adam."
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