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Ecclesia Gnostica .. Had the pleroma a being, Abraxas would be its manifestation. Wherefore do they appear to us more effective than indefinite Abraxas. At the bottom of it there is the dark Abraxas, the source and origin of everything. Jung says: “he represents the dominus mundi, the Lord of this physical world. 24, ), the Gnostic Basilides (died about ) gave the name of Abraxas to the . Numele Abraxas este asociat k fiozofia pagana si cea gnostica see you.

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O Pleroma penetra o mundo criado como a luz solar penetra toda a atmosfera. But he standeth under the law of spirituality and of sexuality.


This is the death of the creature. The magic word “Ablanathanalba,” which reads in Greek the same backward as forwardalso occurs in the Abrasax-stones as well as in the magic papyri. The second translation was made by Stephan A. When, however, we remain true to our own nature, which is distinctiveness, we distinguish ourselves from the good and the beautiful, and, therefore, at the same time, from the evil and the ugly.

But there are many high and good things and many great evils.

Eis por que devemos ser capazes de distinguir as qualidades do Pleroma. We fall into indistinctiveness, which is the other quality of the pleroma.

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For a detailed evaluation of the Jung’s Gnostic studies during the period when he was composing the Seven Sermons to the Dead, we recommend a lecture presented by Dr. Nothing standeth opposed to it but the ineffective; hence its effective nature freely unfoldeth itself. Therefore is it the one thing which is fixed and certain; because it hath qualities: In singleness the one man shall be superior to the others, that every man may come to himself and avoid slavery. Only in so far as he is definite and distinct is he creatura, and in like measure is he the manifestation of the effective fullness of the pleroma.


Finally in October ofnearly fifty years after Jung’s death, the family of C.

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In so far as god and devil are creatura they do not extinguish each other, but stand one against the other as effective opposites. He is distinguished, however, from created beings through this, that he is more indefinite and indeterminable than they.

If we do not distinguish, we get beyond our own nature, away from creatura. If ye had this striving ye would not need to know anything about the pleroma and its qualities, and yet would ye come to your right goal by virtue of your own being. How can ye be true to your own nature when ye try to change the many into one?

Jung and the Tradition of Gnosis. Thus, just as it serveth not to reflect upon the pleroma, it availeth not to worship the multiplicity of the gods. Are we, in so doing, not true to our own nature?

The magic papyri reflect the same ideas as the Abrasax-gems and often bear Hebraic names of God. His head—a cock’s—represents Phronesisthe fowl being emblematical of foresight and vigilance. What god bringeth forth out of the light the devil sucketh into the night.

The following example will suffice: Isaac de Beausobre properly calls attention to the significant silence of Clement in the two passages in which he instructs the Christians gnoostico Alexandria on the right use of rings and gems, and the figures which may legitimately be engraved on them Paed. Yet because we are parts of the pleroma, the pleroma is also in us.

Queremos saber sobre Deus! God is not dead. The serpent, doubtless, willeth it not, yet she must be of use to us.


It is that nothingness which is everywhere whole and continuous. Numberless gods await the human state.

Collin de Plancy’s Infernal DictionaryAbraxas or Abracax is labeled the “supreme God” of the Basilidians, whom he describes as “heretics of the second century. It is enough that we must always be speaking of them.

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It is the great Pan himself and also the small one. One particularly fine example was included as part of the Abfaxas treasure from fourth century Norfolk, UK. The author of the abrsxas to Tertullian De Praescr. She fleeth our grasp, thus showing us the way, which with our human wits we could not find. This is called the principium individuationis. O seu a seu dono. Should ye not distinguish yourselves from sexuality and from spirituality, and not regard them as of a nature both above you and beyond, then are ye delivered over to them as qualities of the pleroma.

It is evident from these particulars that Abrasax was the name of the first of the Archons, and accordingly stood below Sophia and Dynamis and their progenitors; but his position is not expressly stated, so that the writer of the supplement to Tertullian had some excuse for confusing him with “the Supreme God.

Near the end of his life, Jung spoke to Aniela Jaffe about the Septem Sermones and explained “that the discussions with the dead [in the Seven Sermons] formed the prelude to what he would subsequently communicate to the world, and that their content anticipated his later books.