12773Re: Follow-up to an Earlier Post: Why I'm a Gnostic
- Sep 12, 2006Oops! Sorry. I get those two mixed up. (Like when I lived in Texas
I was always confusing Dallas and Fort Worth).
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Michael Leavitt <ac998@...> wrote:
> imdarkchylde wrote:
> > Blessings and wingwhispers, Pi!!
> > Just thought I'd mention that two of the 'modern' gnostic groups
> > mentioned hold services, and of course if you live in France you
> > visit the Cathars site and find many abiguious chapels that are
> > actually of a Catharian origin. If you live in San Fransisco you
> > visit Holloer's Chapel (or has he rebuilt since the fire?) and
> > would be some examples of communities of 'modern' gnostics, but
> > likeness to the ancients would have to be for you to determine.
> > I tend to think of the Internet as an Indra's Web of minds, since
> > aren't in physical contact it is like a meeting of the minds.
> > that is just me. It seems that few want to call an online group
> > community, but I have found groups who consider themselves just
> > and the 6th definition of webster for 'community' says 'ownership
> > participation in common," and the 7th definition
> > likeness, us, a community of spirit." So under those
> > an 'online community' could exist, argueably.
> > But this is my opinion, just that.
> > May the Light of the One shine on your path!!
> > Love and inner peas,
> > DarkChylde
> Hoeller's Church is in Los Angeles, not San Francisco, see
> http://www.gnosis.org for the address.
> An online group is what you make of it, though it can never
> replace a face to face group.
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