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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. But we are not referring to just any knowledge. Gnosis is knowledge which produces a great transformation in those who receive it. Knowledge capable of nothing less than waking up man and helping him to escape from the prison in which he finds himself.
That is why Gnosis has been so persecuted throughout the course of history, because it is knowledg Gnosis means knowledge. That is why Gnosis has been so persecuted throughout the course of history, because it is knowledge considered dangerous aragn the religious and political authorities who govern mankind from the shadows.
Every time this religion, absolutely different from the rest, aargon before man, the other religions unite to try to destroy or hide it again. Primordial Gnosis is the original Gnosis, true Gnosis, eternal Gnosis, Gnostic knowledge in its pure form.
Due to multiple persecutions, Primordial Gnosis has been fragmented, distorted and hidden. By recovering and uniting the scattered fragments, Primordial Gnosis can be reconstructed and brought to the world once arago. This aragoh is a complete synthesis of the forbidden theology of Primordial Gnosis.
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To ask other readers questions about The Forbidden Religionplease sign up. This is a fantasy and should be marked upon the spine as such. Clearly, you, the author have a fantastic imagination but have put it forth in the wrong direction.
Why would you try to sell such bizarre and ridiculous concepts as “the truth? See 1 question about The Forbidden Religion…. Lists with This Book. I can’t understand anyone who is interested in Gnostic thought even reading this book in the first place and if those who are rate this poorly they understand little.
This is a fabulous book, a book which instantly spoke to me far beyond hypothetical debate and direct to one’s Spirit. If you wish to ‘fast track’ to the heart of Man in a mere pages, then this is you. The author doesn’t bother with such things such a tribalist sectarianism or other delusions of Mankind, he A short masterpiece.
The author doesn’t bother with such things such a tribalist sectarianism or other delusions of Mankind, he simply states the tenets at the core of Gnosis and metaphysical remedy for the Spirit of Man. If you’re trapped in the ‘this is good’, ‘this is bad’ dualistic thinking that is pushed by the Father of the Churches, Islamic conservatives and so on then turn a blind eye for you won’t see with the only Eye that matters.
I can’t recommend this short book enough for travellers along the Way. I don’t know how representative this is of Gnosticism, but what is presented here is conspiracy theory on a supernatural level. Feb 13, Brian Peterson rated it liked it. I gave this book three stars due to its informative presentation of the extremeties to which gnosticism can go.
It is apparent that the author is an ardent modern day gnostic and a believer in Luciferian thought i. Some may find this book to be disturbing and as such I would not recommend it to everyone. In chapter 22, the author summarizes the three questions and their associated answer I gave this book three stars due to its informative presentation of the extremeties to which gnosticism can go.
In chapter 22, the author summarizes the three questions and their associated answers that are representative of his gnostic beliefs: I am an uncreated and eternal Spirit, chained up in the created and ephemeral body-soul, imprisoned in matter.
Why am I here? I am here to be used as a lab animal, in a crazy insane experiment conceived by an inferior god What must I do in this life? I must wake up. I must become aware of my real situation and find a way out.
Then I must liberate myself and escape from this prison. Augustine’s early gnostic ties has me wanting to learn more about Augustine as well as Manichean religion which which may have its roots in Buddhism. For those who are unfamiliar with gnosticism, I would recommend beginning with Elaine Pagels’ book entitled “The Gnostic Gospels” terrific, scholarly treatment of this subject matter, written by an objective academic as opposed to a proclaimed gnostic per se – her belief system was not the focus of her book unlike the focus of “The Forbidden Religion”.
Her treatement includes an excellent historical perspective of Gnostic Christianity and its clash with early Christian orthodoxy in the first three centuries Oct 08, Nikki rated it really liked it. I read this on my kindle Sep 15, Cory Hull rated it it was amazing. Thank you for this! This was such an intriguing read. I have finally learned, what was needed to know. Know I can defeat the demiurge!
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Oct 29, Cathy rated it liked it. Aug 08, Andrew Savage rated it liked it. I just recently began studying the Gnostic religion, and I find it to be a very intriguing dogma, despite that some of the metaphors, and other rhetoric, found throughout Gnostic scripture are either dead metaphors or translate poorly into today’s tongues for examples see the Gospel of Thomas.
In learning of Mr. Aragon’s interpretations of Gnosis, it was easy to understand and inspired me to continue further studies and research. The vocabulary used in this book is also import Interesting read. The vocabulary used in this book is also important to understand and use as a gnostic, as Aragon deploys the use of vocabulary from western and eastern dogmas to describe a religion that was almost lost to time due to persecution by various cults throughout the world, namely Catholicism.
I do not recommend this book to anyone outside of Gnosis to begin their search for Gnosis, the Aeons, or other related matters with this book per se.
However, I do recommend this book to other Gnostics and scholars familiar with Gnosis. As always, it is good to read the ideas and philosophies of others who you may be unfamiliar with, as you never want to take the words of outsiders the uniniates, such as catholic priests when asking about insider information.
Suffice it to say, when you have a question about Judaism, you talk to a rabbi- not a priest. When you have a question about Buddhism, you talk to a monk- not a politician. When you have questions about Gnosis, you ask everyone, except a Catholic. One thing that I disagreed with Aragon on was his description of the difference between the divine unknowable, or uncreated, and the creation of the demi-urge- as he described it as an anti Jul 29, Bob rated it it was ok Shelves: This was a fairly interesting book.
It presents complex ideas in an easy to understand way. Even though there’s a lot i disagree with in the book, it was interesting to read.
The book basically is about Gnosticism, or at least the author’s interpretation of what that entails.
The Forbidden Religion by José M. Herrou Aragón
I’ve read enough about Gnostics and i’ve read some of their texts, to know that he doesn’t represent all of gnosticism any more than Billy Graham represents all christians.
He’s merely giving his interpretation of what he b This was a fairly interesting book. He’s merely giving his interpretation of what he believes. But what he believes is certainly interesting. Gnostics believe hfrrou flesh, time and matter are all corrupt. The creator of the world, God to most of us, is not hetrou ultimate God. He is a demiurge who did create the world, but he is certainly not perfect, nor is his creation.
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He is, in aragoj, Satan. So take everything you know from the Bible and turn it upside down. It was God who came to Eve in the form of a snake and she was punished by our Satanic god because he wanted to keep her ignorant. Then along came Cain and Abel. Cain was an enlightened one who fought against Satan, and killed his satanic brother. And on and on. Hell is this world. Heaven is finally being out of the influence of Satan God.
There’s much more to it, and if you’re interested, this is a good starter book in understanding this.
The author kind of loses me when he gets into conspiracy theories about Gnosticism being systematically persecuted. He also presents his view as THE gnostic view and i think that’s rather egotistical, not to mention, wrong. Repite muchas veces las ideas principales en vez de fundamentarlas ampliamente. No es objetiva con respecto a lo establecido como “gnosis”.
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Had some interesting concepts and ideas but too much of the book was contradictory and didn’t make sense. For instance criticizing God for death and destruction but then saying that his arch enemy “The Unknown God” cant stand the materialism of this world and so wants to destroy it. Worth reading if you have the time.