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Re: Richard duc de Palatine

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  • Mike Leavitt
    Hello Glen ... Strange, Stephan thought the same of Richard. There was a tragic lack of communication there. It would have been great if the rift had never
    Message 1 of 15 , Nov 20, 2003
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      Hello Glen

      On 20-Nov-03, you wrote:

      > Hi Terje,
      >
      > I don't think Ricci knows much of what's going on anymore as he's
      > gettin up there and hasn't communicated with me or Boyer for quite
      > some time. As for George B., he not only knows but has chartered me
      > to do so. The Pre-Nicene Ekklesia is George's alone, but he's also
      > the head of the "Sanctuary of the Gnosis" which is what he chartered
      > me with. Richard's use of "Pre-Nicene" was because he was teaching
      > what he felt was the form of Christianity before Constantine
      > destroyed it with the first Nicene council, thus 'Gnostic'. Richard
      > was very involved with a "Rosicrucian Catholic church and Order,"
      > when he was living in England, but whether it was Gregorius' or not
      > I'm not sure. I'll have to ask George, he would know if anyone does.
      > Richard didn't like Blavatskey all that well later in life, and his
      > break from Stephan was over the issue that he felt Stephan was more
      > of a Theosophist than a Gnostic. Richard was Stephan's
      > consecrator...
      >
      > hope this helps...
      > Fr. Glen

      Strange, Stephan thought the same of Richard. There was a tragic lack
      of communication there. It would have been great if the rift had
      never happened, but it did. We are as gnostic as it gets now, at
      least. Nag Hamadi had a trememdous impact on Stephan, and on all of
      us here.

      Regards
      --
      Mike Leavitt ac998@...
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