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Re: Making history making us

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  • lady_caritas
    �����. . . based on the various experiences and insights of various Gnostics, it appears to come in penetrating waves of deeper perceptions and insights. And
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 4, 2002
      �. . . based on the various experiences and
      insights of various Gnostics, it appears to come in
      penetrating waves of deeper perceptions and insights. And so,
      we may perceive a oneness and then plunge further
      and see a kind of division, and then further still, a
      greater unity, and so on.<br><br>This in itself seems to
      imply an ultimate division, since our insights keep
      splitting up into new insights. And yet, with each split
      there is a new fullness or pleroma.<br><br>So what's at
      the end of the line? Is it a division or
      unity?�<br><br>Hey_market, one might answer, �unity,� based on this
      discourse. Why? Because in order to have �division,� to have
      a �split,� there must first be something to divide
      or split. However, maybe this would only apply to
      how things began vs. �what�s at the end of the line,�
      . . . well, if there even is an end of the line. Or
      do we go back to �start� in a circular
      manner?<br><br>Then again this might be too simplistic. As you said
      earlier in your message, one might envision �two
      co-eternal realities of good and evil.� Well, the possible
      combinations of divisions from multiple realities seem
      endless. <br><br>And where does this ultimately take us?
      To an infinite, ineffable divinity where all notions
      of division or multiplicity or beginnings and
      endings become infinitesimal? <br><br>I certainly don�t
      have those answers, but the process of �plunging� is
      interesting . . . and surely at times paradoxical.
      <br><br>Cari
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