An (often overlooked) giant in modern philosophy is Emile Cioran. Beyond his legendary critiques of culture and his contributions to existentialism and pessimism, Cioran resurrected Gnostic thought as a black mirror to a self-important, self-destructive society that continues today. We explore Cioran’s Gnostic insights and aphorisms – from the wrath of the Demiurge to the anarchist rebellion of ancient Gnostic groups. These revelations provide not just a black mirror, but those “They Live” sunglasses that allow us to see through the grand illusions of archons.
Researcher David Topala materialized at the Virtual Alexandria for this Gnosis.
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