gnosticism

A Quote by Judas Iscariot on jesus, judas, gnosis, gnosticism, religion, gnostic, spiritual, christianity, truth, and master

Just as good and virtue, sin and evil can only be given in vigil. Who sleeps, sleeps; for the asleep there is no sin, just as there is no good, nor virtue. There is only sleep.

Judas Iscariot

Source: The Flight of the Feathered Serpent

Contributed by: jonathanhaase

A Quote by Judas Iscariot on jesus, judas, gnosis, gnosticism, religion, gnostic, spiritual, christianity, truth, and master

I would like now to shed light in your heart on the truth of things, for it was not my will, but that of the Father and my Rabbi, which was done that faithful night.

Judas Iscariot

Source: The Flight of the Feathered Serpent

Contributed by: jonathanhaase

A Quote by Samael Aun Weor on death, spirituality, reincarnation, gnosticism, life, and reoccurance

Death is the return to the very beginning of one's life, with the possibility of repeating it again.

Samael Aun Weor

Source: Treatise on Revolutionary Psychology

Contributed by: Matija

A Quote by Jesus on enlightenment, awakening, jesus, gnosticism, spirituality, drunkeness, life, nag hammadi, gospel, and thomas

I stood in the midst of the world, and incarnate I appeared to
them. I found them all drunk, I found none among them athirst. And my soul was grieved for the sons of men, for they are blind in their hearts and do not see that empty they have come into the world and that empty they are destined to come forth again from the world. However, now they are drunk--when they have shaken off their wine, then shall they rethink. 

Jesus

Source: The Gospel of Thomas

Contributed by: Matija

A Quote by Aleister Crowley on self-awareness, swinburne, thelema, and gnosticism

It has often been argued, in fact, that mankind lost the happiness characteristic of his fellow-animals when he acquired self-consciousness. This is in fact the meaning of the legend of "The Fall." We have become as gods, knowing good and evil, and the price is that we live by labour, and—"In his eyes foreknowledge of death."

Aleister Crowley (1875 - 1947)

Source: Diary of a Drug Fiend, Pages: 71..72

Contributed by: Keith

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