The Gnostic Origins of Valentine’s Day

The Gnostic Origins of Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is one of those holidays most people take for granted but know very little about. And that is because its origins are as mysterious as love itself. Originally known as the Feast of Valentinus (Latin for ‘worthy’), this holiday was established by Pope...
Do Gnostics Believe in Charity and Good Works?

Do Gnostics Believe in Charity and Good Works?

An assumption exists that the Gnostics were only interested in taking astral flights to supernal dimensions or mining the depths of their subconscious for the gem called the Divine Spark. The world was a nagging distraction to overcoming the Archons that ruled the...
Did the Gnostics Believe in Hell?

Did the Gnostics Believe in Hell?

The doctrine of Hell may have lost some of its fire in the modern world. Many scholars and theologians now argue that eternal damnation was never in the minds of early Christians or even the words of Jesus. One ancient Christian tradition where the traditional view of...

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