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The Gnostic Testament (A Blog test)

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The Flag Page of Gnosticism: The Republic of Rome, The flag of the Athens City-State, and the Coptic Christian Flag.

Gnostic Christianity

The name of Gnosticism is a name with Greek roots from Gnosis, or knowledge, that were a branded and loose-based religious movements in at least the first and second centuries, B.C.E. The fundamental elements of these organisations that binded them together were dualism, anti-materialism of the world, and an error of a Supreme Being that lead to a hidden knowledge for salvation instead of the crucifixion of the Christ as the basis for salvation.

With the help of scholars, laymen, and internet archivists, we now can see the extent of their religious texts and documents. Most of these documents are from the Nag Hammad’i Library, the Berlin Codexes, and some stand-alone semi-anonymous authors. Some of these texts have been either destroyed, partially completed, or lost through the sands of time, with only a reference to their detractors. We may never know the extent of their full reach or completed library.

I am pleased to present to you a β€œbible” of sorts, like many others before me, that conveys a thought-process of what it may have been like for a student of the Gnostics to carry a book like this. I trust you will see that some of these writings conflict with each other, and that may have been readily accepted. Just like the Universe contradicts itself when faced with the Material being. 

The Gnostic Testament

This Bible contains the minds of many authors, most of whom thought they were Christians themselves. It also contains the state of Sophia, or Wisdom, the way of knowledge, the doom of the material world, and the beauty of its students. The doctrines in this text should be considered divine, as the Divine is and ought to be found through within you and within the words of this book. Its histories are mostly allegorical and to be taken with a logical mind, its precepts are non-binding, and its decisions are mutable, for the most part. Read it to be intrigued, to be curious, to be thought-provoking. But most of all, read it to create your own β€œBible.”

Why create this text? Just like the Gnostics of yesteryear, they too, thought that the texts of the Christian Faith was flexible and fluid enough to include anything with Christ at the center of their book. Especially Gnostic Christianity. To put it simply, I wanted to create a book that portrayed what a supposed student of a Gnostic school of thought would get when his or her teacher handed them their book of choice to study, learn, and practice their version of Gnostic Christianity.

Christ, the figured revered by Valentinius, is itself a grand subject that is covered in many a book but not this one. However, the main component of this book surrounds itself with this figure and creates a narrative that tries to mirror The New Testament, the Book of Psalms, and the book of Proverbs from the Old Testament. Read it slowly, critique it, and most of all, use Logic and Wisdom to understand it. 

The Books

The Gnostic Testament

A combination of Apocryphal + Gnostic + Non-Canonical (Pre + Post) Christian Texts

The Gnostic Psalms and The Gnostic Proverbs are the preceding texts to The Gnostic Testament

Introduction (The Holy Gnostic Rosary (http://www.gnosis.org/library/rosary.htm)

I. Pre-Gospels - (Early Christianity + Gnosticism + Before Jesus + During Jesus’ Time)

Before The Gnostic Jesus

1a. Libellus de Nativitate anctae Mariae

1b. History of Joseph the Carpenter

1c. The Infancy Gospel of James

1d. The Infancy Gospel of Thomas

1e. The Infancy Gospel of Matthew

During The Gnostic Jesus

1f. The Book of Thomas

the Contender

1g. The Sophia of Christ

1h. Pistis Sophia

1i. Dialogue of the Saviour

1j. Apocryphon of James

II. Gnostic Gospels - (Minor + Major Ministries + After The Gnostic Jesus)

Minor Ministries

A. The Jewish / Christian / Gnostic Gospels (1. The Gospel of the Nazarenes + 2. The Gospel of the Ebionites + 3. The Gospel of the Hebrews + 4. The [Greek] Gospel of the Egyptians + 5. The Gospel of Peter)

Major Ministries

B. The Gospel of Phillip

C. The Gospel of Thomas

D. The Gospel of Mary

E. The Gospel of Judas

F. The Gospel of the Saviour

III. Valentinius Texts - (Acts + Codexies + Epistles + Gospels + Tractates

Incomplete Texts Completed Works

A. The Gospel of John Prologue AA. The Acts of John

The Interpretation of Knowledge

BB. The Exegesis on the Soul

The Naassene Psalm CC. The Gospel of Truth

D. A Valentinius Exposition DD. Prayer of the Apostle Paul

|| EE. Thunder: Perfect Mind


E. Fragments From Lost Writings of Valentinus

A1. From the β€˜Epistle on E1. From the Sermon β€˜On Friends’

Attachmentsβ€˜ F1. Valentinus’ Vision of the

B1. From the β€˜Epistle on Word Agathpousβ€˜ G1. Summer Harvest: A Psalm by

C1. Annihilation of the Realm Valentinus of Death

D1. Images and Names H1. Explanation by a Late Teacher

F. Plato (The Republic β€” whole Text)

Bhagavad Gita: Desire + Control (Selected texts)

IV. Post-Gospels* - (Acts + Other Gospels)

Other Gospels + Apocrypha's Other Acts

i. The History of Joseph the Carpenter vi. The Acts of Paul

Life of John the Baptist vii. The Acts of Andrew and

III. Apocryphon of John John Viii. The Acts of Andrew and

iv. The Gospel of Peter Matthew

v. The Holy Book of the Great ix. The Acts of Peter

Invisible Spirit x. The Acts of Thomas

(The Coptic Gospel of the Egyptians)

V. Revelations - (Gnostic + Non-Canonical)






VI. Gnostic Letter + Treatises + Wisdom Sayings (Post-Revelations)






Temporary placement texts

(Texts to add: Coptic Manichaean Psalm-Book + The Tripartite Tractate + The Treatise on Resurrection + The Gospel of Nicodemus + etc...)