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The Treatise On Resurrection - Gnostic Text of the Nag Hammadi audio boo...

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The Treatise On Resurrection - Gnostic Text of the Nag Hammadi audio book with text. The Treatise on the Resurrection is an ancient Gnostic Christian text which was found at Nag Hammadi, Egypt. It is also sometimes referred to as "The Letter to Rheginos" because it is a letter responding to questions about the resurrection posed by Rheginos, of whom little is known. The main message of the treatise is that Christians should consider themselves already resurrected in a spiritual sense and that the resurrection is real, not just a metaphor. It asserts that Jesus "lived as flesh" and was "both human and divine." In my opinion, this is very similar to any number of works in Eastern/Hindu mysticism. Here, the resurrection is directly comparable to Self-realization, Enlightenment, Self-knowledge, etc. We also see the idea that the world is illusion or Maya, among other motifs. Download the audio at https://altrusiangrace.bandcamp.com/album/esoteric-and-occult-

Memes for Real Humans

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The Atma Bodha of Shankara-Acharya - Transcendental Ambient Dark Screen version

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The Atma Bodha of Shankara-Acharya - Eastern/Hindu Philosophy

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Hermetic Arcanum - The Secret Work of the Hermetic Philosophy

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Psyclopean - Lost Carcosa - Epic Lovecraftian Dark Ambient

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Altrusian Grace Media presents the massive 14th album from Psyclopean - Lost Carcosa. Considered the spiritual successor to The King In Yellow album, Lost Carcosa returns to the disturbing worlds created by Robert W. Chambers. Lost Carcosa is a fantastical musical journey filled with dynamic movements (thematically inspired by Mussorgsky's "Pictures At An Exhibition") - from emotional and hypnotizing, to the uncanny and shocking. The album is separated into two volumes, each carrying its own cover artwork by different amazing artists. It is recommended that the listener experiences "Lost Carcosa" in full and uninterrupted with quality noise cancelling headphones in a darkened room for full immersion. Watch the video at youtu.be/wD1ipb4qkRA OFFICIAL PSYCLOPEAN MERCH - shrsl.com/1mh8t credits released September 2, 2020 Written and recorded by Matt Schmitz at House of the Rising Sun Studio, Hartford, WI. "Lost Carcosa - Volume One" artwork