The book of Pistis Sophia reveals in its dialogue the true relationship between In this edition of Pistis Sophia, Dr. J.J. Hurtak, scholar and orientalist, and D.E. Pistis Sophia by PH.D. J J Hurtak, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Dr. Hurtak is author of The Keys of Enoch®, and he and his wife Desiree Hurtak are also coauthors of Pistis Sophia Text and Commentary. The evening will.
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It also discusses at length the dissemination of the mysteries, repentance, and when it is or is not permissible to grant the mysteries to others. Return to Book Page.
Pistis Sophia: Text and Commentary
Chelsae marked it as to-read Aug 17, This hugtak the primary representative of evil or wickedness in sophi majority of the Pistis Sophia. Saint marked it as to-read Jan 09, Some call her ‘Pistis’. Thanks for telling us about the problem. After eleven years, he receives his true garment and is able to reveal the higher mysteries revered by this group. To ask other readers questions about Pistis Sophiaplease sign up.
Pistis Sophia: Text and Commentary by James J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D.
It also emphasizes the role of female disciples in the ministry of Jesus the Christ. Greg marked it as to-read Jan 30, It remains an inner hurfak of The Pistis Sophia is a translation and commentary of a uurtak collection of 2, year old Gnostic Coptic manuscripts, derived from ancient Egyptian-Coptic Christian Codexes.
Shabazz Pizazz rated it it was amazing May 10, If the Books of Jeu, which are referenced multiple times as sources of the mysteries, are those found in the Bruce Codex, then they also show close affinity to the Egyptian Book of the Dead with their formulas for ascending through the realms beyond the world.
Refresh and try again. Cosmology is a primary focus of the Pistis Sophia — learning the structure of the universe and how to traverse it is considered key in these texts, and the cosmology is one of the most complex from any Gnostic text remaining today. The Books of Jeu are noted as a source of the mysteries; it is probable that the texts found in the Bruce Codex are very similar, if not identical, with these texts.
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Much of the first two books of the manuscript are dedicated to outlining the myth of the fall and restoration of sopnia figure known as Pistis Sophia, in particular giving detailed parallels between her prayers of repentance and particular Psalms and Odes of Solomon. Although in many Gnostic texts and systems Sophia is a major female divinity, in Pistis Sophia she originates and dwells outside of the divine realm. Again, his disciples said: The Book of Knowledge: Hurtak and Desiree Hurtak It can be argued that the whole of the universe may be contained in every part.
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Lists with This Book. The work is divided into several parts, with scholarly debate as to the number of parts. Debra Highfill marked it as to-read Apr 21, Often referred to simply as Melchisedekthis figure also dwells in the Treasury of Light or Place of the Right.
In faith have I had faith in the Light; And it remembered me and heard my song. It remains an inner teaching of the Coptic and African communities. Juan Becerra marked it as to-read Sep 20, The manuscript is organized as an introductory manual for a new, potential initiate. The third book Chapters is mostly concerned with presenting an ethical or lifestyle code for adherents of the text.
Although it contains some moral instruction, it primarily gives explanations unique to this group about how and why the world is the way it is. Sophia Wisdom itself was regarded by the early Coptics as a female presence who undergoes the experience of transgression and redemption in her path to full participation in the many universes, in conjunction with the Christ. Son of Man consented with Sophia, his consort, and revealed a great androgynous light.
To a reader who was familiar with other, particularly Gnostic, forms of Christianity, this would have been striking, but might also drive the hearer to want to learn more about these truer and higher mysteries.
Monday April 17,7 to 9: It provides an outline of what to expect for the first baptism. Given the significant influence from other Gnostic texts in the manuscript, it pisstis probable that the scriptures referenced were obtained from a Christian Gnostic group, rather than from a proto-orthodox Christian community. For more information on this book click here.
Text and Commentary by James J.