13521About my previous post: Gnosticism versus Neoplatonism/Kabbalah
- Apr 15, 2009In my previous post when I was referring to "God" being good or evil, I am of course referring to the creator God, known to Kabbalists as YHWH-Elohim, or to the gnostics as Ialdabaoth. I was not referring to the hidden one (known to Kabbalists as the Ain Soph)the one above the pleroma.
"According to Jung, [just like the Ain soph] pleroma is both 'nothing and everything. It is quite fruitless to think about pleroma. Therein both thinking and being cease, since the eternal and infinite possess no qualities.' " (Pleroma, Wikipedia definition).
I didn't want anyone to think I misunderstood this.
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