FOR $ALE: Used Mantras !

Know Thyself

Look within

“BE HERE NOW “

TAT TVAM ASI

Do What Thou Wilt Shall Be the Whole of the LAW

All is ONE & One is ALL

OM MANI PADME HUM

“AS ABOVE, SO BELOW”

Blessed Be all the-  
oh forget it

(To HELL with GNOSIS)

Gnosticism contained only a few core beliefs, but as long as they were adhered to, they could be infused into any number of religions, including Christianity, Buddhism, Judaism, and even Islam (the Gnostic form of which is known as Sufism). The Gnostic concepts are typically traced back to the religions of Persia and India (Zoroastrianism and Hinduism), but they have been added to and modified over time, especially as they became entrenched in Greek culture. As Plato’s writings are full of Gnostic concepts, he furthered the cause of the Gnostics tremendously.

from: Defining Gnosticism by David C. Grabbe
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7 comments on “FOR $ALE: Used Mantras !

  1. Where’s the price tags? 😉

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    • drew says:

      What you looking for? Semitic? Neoplatonic or Hindu/Buddhistic?

      I’ll give you any three for a shekel and throw in Crowley for free. Now quit yer winin” !

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  2. Eiruamun says:

    ” Blue pill.. or red pill..”

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    • drew says:

      The pill in question?
      You must be referring to secobarbital sodium…
      Assume the Lotus position, chant the mantra and relaaaaaaxxxxxxxxxxxx………

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      • Eiruamun says:

        Yes, your explanation will work too lol

        Though I was referring to the neo-gnostic film ‘The Matrix’ where the character Morpheus asks Neo, ” Blue pill or red pill ” and then proceeds to waffle on about how the Demiurge and his world control is evil.. Subsequently this line has become a modern gnostic mantra suitable to be uttered in every situation.

        It’s definitely sale-worthy material!

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      • drew says:

        Forgive me for misinterpreting.
        It’s probably about time for me to watch Matrix again. I think I last saw it in 2002…
        Thanks for commenting – and look out for those crafty Gnostic mystics. Especially the Irish ones.

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  3. Eiruamun says:

    Oh for certain, I agree with St. Paddy’s particular method of banishing the snakes. What a hero.

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