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The Mystic Christ

   by Ethan Walker III
The light of non-duality and the path of love according to the life and teachings of Jesus. The Gnostic path is the inner path to God-realization. Buddha, Krishna, Jesus and the other great Masters are all one and in essence taught the same thing.

Adam, Eve, and the Serpent
         by Elaine H. Pagels

In her trademark intellectual style, Pagels examines the initial three chapters of Genesis and their impact on the political thought and development of Christendom. While each chapter of the book is important, the chapter titled “Gnostic Improvement on Genesis” is of particular importance to Gnostic readers.

Medieval Gnosticism

The Middle Ages proved to be a tumultuous time in European history. The Orthodox Church leaders greatly enjoyed their authority not only within the Church, but within the political landscape as well. The Catholic Church became the dominating force of the Middle Ages, offering strict punishment to anyone that did not adhere to their beliefs. Those accused of heresy faced the consequence of excommunication.

In 1233, the Pope decided to set-up the Inquisition, an effort to stamp out any heretical sects. Sadly, this is where the story ends for many of these Gnostic groups.

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