INTRODUCTIONS TO GNOSTICISM
An Introduction to Gnosticism
The term Gnosticism comes from the Greek word gnosis meaning "ultimate knowledge". Today, more people than ever before are interested in Gnosticism. S.M. Romanov examines the Gnostic message and its hidden meaning.
New Dawn Interview with Tobias Churton
Richard Smoley interviews Tobias Churton, one of today’s most lively and spirited investigators of that underground stream of the Western tradition known as Gnosticism.
The Secret Sayings of Jesus
Did Jesus leave a secret written legacy?
Gnosticism: Ancient & Modern
With the popularity of The Da Vinci Code, and fresh interest in Mary Magdalene and the so-called lost gospels, it seems like Gnosticism, an ancient approach to spiritual experience, may be undergoing a resurgence. Jay Kinney looks at the ancient Gnostics said to be the guardians of the secret teachings of Jesus and introduces us to their modern day disciples.
Antinomian Antics: Sabotaging the Matrix
“Antinomian” is the term used to describe anyone seeking spiritual awakening by performing forbidden activities. The word means, literally, “against the law.” According to Illuminatus Maximus, antinomian mystics have never been concerned with social status, physical comfort or moral redemption. Instead, their only goal is the acquisition of divine power through mystical merger with the godhead.
Ancient Gnostic Wisdom for the 21st Century
Extracts from a selection of Gnostic scriptures. They show the timeless nature of the Gnostic message...
Cosmic Influence and your Destiny - Attack of the Archons
What’s the connection between the terror attacks in the US, the movement of the planets, and the powers dominating the world? Author Francis Grabau explains that behind the world of appearances there are subtle forces effecting our decisions, trying to prevent the Spirit’s struggle to overcome the illusion of time. However, by moving beyond fear-based reality, we can transcend the forces of fate and take control of our destiny.
William S. Burroughs - 20th Century Gnostic Visionary
In 1984, an interviewer asked William S. Burroughs, "What religious persuasion would you consider yourself?" Without hesitating, Burroughs replied, "Gnostic, or a Manichean."