Re: [Gnosticism2] Re: The Black Arts by Richard Cavendish
- you may wish to check that site again, you see if you scroll all the way to
the bottom you'll find the following as links:
Gnostic and Related Material
Nag Hammadi Library
Modern Gnostic Texts
Satanic Empire Council Member
The Satanic Empire:
Suggested reading: The Black Arts - Richard Cavendish
>From: pmcvflag <firstname.lastname@example.org>_________________________________________________________________
>Interesting pages Magus, but I'm not seeing any texts that
>technically qualify as "Gnostic". Perhaps though you can relate them
>for us to ideas expressed in the Nag Hammadi or other such texts to
>bring them back to the topic of historical Gnosticism
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- --- In gnosticism2@y..., "Wayne" <waynel@i...> wrote:
> --- In gnosticism2@y..., "Kishara" <kisharaiwass@y...> wrote:http://classics.mit.edu/Antoninus/meditations.html
> > You should read "meditations" by marcus aurelius.
> > -K.A.
> Can I find it on the internet?