Re: [GnosticThought] Modern Gnostics
> Hi all, I want to learn a bit more about Gnosticism, if anyone canGeorge writes:
> help me...
>What about Gnosticism do you want to learn? Historical Gnosticism from ascholarly viewpoint or how to be a modern Gnostic?
Do you think it is more important to learn and study about Gnosticism,
historical or modern, or to be a modern Gnostic. Can you do/be one without
And what in your opinion constitutes a modern Gnostic and is there a
difference between a modern Gnostic and the old school?
Sorry for all the questions but I think it may help the newer members as
well as reminding me.
> -----Original Message-----Hi Tom,
> From: gnostictom@...
> Sent: Wed, 17 Aug 2005 06:45:02 -0700 (PDT)
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [GnosticThought] translating god
> The Greeks were good at creating pantheons
> of gods and goddesses from adopting from foreign
> cultures. So we can equate them across cultures.
> Golden Dawn types love to make charts cross
> referencing the pantheons.
Also the archetypes also cross cultural lines where there was no adopting
and where there seems to have been no contact at all.