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LIBRARY OF SOPHIA OF WISDOM III
THE SOPHIA OF ALL SOPHIA
CAROLINE E. KENNEDY
RE: THE SOPHIA OF JESUS CHRIST
History of Gnosticism
Fathers of Christian Gnosticism
Gnosticism in modern times
Gnosticism in popular culture
Gnosticism and the New Testament
The Sophia of Jesus Christ is one of many Gnostic
tractates from the Nag Hammadi codices, discovered in Egypt in 1945. The title is somewhat coded, since although Sophia is
Greek for wisdom, in a gnostic context, Sophia is the syzygy of Christ.
The Coptic manuscript itself has been dated
to the 4th century, however, it is complemented by a few fragments in Greek dating from the 3rd century, implying an earlier
date. The text has strong similarities to the Epistle of Eugnostos, which is also found in the Nag Hammadi codices, but with
a Christian framing added, and expanding it somewhat.
The debate about dating is critical, since some argue that it
reflects the "true, recorded, sayings" of Jesus, which is possible if they were to be dated as far back as the first century.
Others argue that they are, in fact, considerably later, and constitute an unreliable secondary source (at best post facto
Most scholars argue that the text is of Gnostic origin, based on the similarities between the mystical teachings
found in the text itself and standard Gnostic themes. Highly mystical, the content of this text concerns creation of gods,
angels, and the universe with an emphasis on infinite and metaphysical truth.
The perfect saviour hath said: "Come
(you) from things unseen unto the end of those that are seen, and the very emanation of Thought shall reveal unto you how
faith in they which are unseen was found in them which are seen, they that belong to the Unbegotten Father. Whomsoever hath
ears to hear, let him hear!"
— from The Sophia of Jesus Christ
The text is composed of 13 questions from the
disciples, followed by brief discourses by Jesus in response.
The first question concerns the vanity and futility
of searching for God.
The second concerns how to find truth, but
only explaining what it is not.
The third concerns how truth was
revealed to the gnostics at the beginning of time.
The fourth concerns
how one must awake to see the truth.
The fifth concerns how things
The sixth concerns how mankind came to gnosis.
The seventh concerns the position of Jesus in all this.
eighth concerns the identity of Jesus.
The ninth concerns how the
spirit connects to the material.
The tenth concerns the number of
The eleventh concerns the immortal.
The twelfth concerns those who are not material.
final question concerns where mankind came from and what purpose it should have.
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The Age of Gemini
- the vernal equinox (northern hemisphere) is occurring in Gemini;
Overview "The Age of Communication, Trade and the Twins"
During this age writing developed, and trade started to accelerate. This corresponds to the symbols the Gemini constellation
represents. The constellation can be seen as two people holding hands (thought to be twins), believed by some to be symbolic
for trade and communication of peoples. Regardless of the lore associated with the constellation of Gemini, both writing (including
literature, newspapers, journals, magazines and works of fiction) and trade (including merchants) are traditional archetypes belonging to the sign of Gemini.
The wheel, although having been used earlier as potter's wheels, was used for the first time for
transportation purposes around the 5th millennium BC. Most forms of local transportation (horse and cart, bicycles, suburban
trains, trams, cars, motorcycles, walking, roads, freeways etc) are archetypes associated with the sign of Gemini.
similarities Multiple gods, such as the pantheon of gods in Ancient Greek literature, are believed to have appeared in this
Gemini age probably in Sumer (Mesopotamia). (Gemini not only is associated with the archetype of `twins' and `duality' but also
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