13416Re: Taxonomy of Gnostic, Proto-Gnostic, Semi-Gnostic, Pseodo-Gnostic etc..
- Feb 15, 2008I actually had typed more on that post, but I was editing and I left
some things off on accident *lol*. I meant to add that the reason I
didn't want to change the graph right away is that I hoped a number
of people would have some points or questions dealing with the
categories that we could use to create a larger graph. Maybe some
people even have been thinking of the categories in a very different
way, or even disagree with this chart for some reason.
I was also trying to do the timeline, but I just can't seem to make
it look readable.
--- In email@example.com, pmcvflag <no_reply@...> wrote:
> Hey Michael
> >>>What biblical elements are in Hermeticism, and where.<<<
> I don't remember the details (it isn't my theory... I just wanted
> give equal time for Pearson because I think his point is
> but if I recall it is in Pearson's book "Gnosticism, Judaism, and
> Egyptian Christianity". I don't believe he argues this
> for "Hermeticism" (as you state) but for "Hermetism" (there is an
> important difference). Either way, his point has been one of the
> stronger reasons to connect Sethianism with Hermetism... in my
> Still, there is a reason I did not include this view in my graph.
> It would be very easy to change the chart to reflect his basic
> Would you like me to do that? I will not lie, I don't think we
> do so just yet.
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