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Pistis Sophia – Book 1, Chapter 6

Previous Chapter: Book 1, Chapter 4 & 5 “Lord, if it is you, withdraw your glorious light into yourself so that we can stand it,” the disciples said. “Otherwise our eyes are blinded, and the whole world will be disturbed by … Continue reading

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Pistis Sophia – Book 1, Chapter 4 & 5

Previous Chapter: Book 1, Chapter 3 The disciples sat together in fear and were exceedingly agitated and afraid because of the great earthquake which, and they wept together. “What will happen?” they said. “Will the Saviour will destroy the entire world?” … Continue reading

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Pistis Sophia – Book 1, Chapter 3

Previous Chapter: Book 1, Chapter 2 When the light had come down over Jesus, it gradually surrounded him entirely. Then Jesus ascended or soared to the heights, shining brightly with an immeasurable light. The disciples gazed after him and none … Continue reading

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Pistis Sophia – Book 1, Chapter 2

Previous Chapter: Book 1, Chapter 1 The disciples were sitting together on the Mount of Olives, speaking of these words and rejoicing in great joy, and exulting exceedingly. “We are blessed before all men on earth, because the Saviour has revealed … Continue reading

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Pistis Sophia – Book 1, Chapter 1

The Pistis Sophia is a Gnostic treatise that puts Gnostic teachings into a Christian framework. It is a much harder read that The Hypostasis of the Archons and The Secret Book of John. I’m going to attempt to make it … Continue reading

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Debunking the “All Time Best Arguments Against Faith”

Youtube suggested I watch the video The All Time best arguments against religion/faith. This includes clips of Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Ricky Gervais, and Michael Shermer. I’m going to comment on what they have to say. Michael Shermer: What is … Continue reading

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Censorship Won’t Work

Alexander Panetta, editor of Politico Canada, writes Twitter ban on Trump signals escalating debate on online speech that will be one for the ages. I agree with his headline. What does he have to say on the subject? Moves to … Continue reading

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The World Economic Forum Pushes Immunity Passports

On December 11, 2020, the CBC published an article titled Can employers make the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory? The law isn’t clear. The subtitle makes it clear this is an article about the authoritarian agenda: “With vaccines set to arrive within … Continue reading

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NYT Gaslights, Denies the Facts About The Great Reset

The New York Times are gas-lighting: The baseless ‘Great Reset’ conspiracy theory rises again. The Great Reset is no conspiracy theory. The World Economic Forum, the UN, and many world leaders are pushing “build back better”, the message that the … Continue reading

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Patenting and Profiting from the Corona Virus Vaccine

Labour fanboy Owen Jones, writing in the Guardian, opines that The Covid vaccine will benefit humanity – we should all own the patent. I agree, but disagree with much of his reasoning as to why. The Pfizer/BioNTech experimental vaccine itself … Continue reading

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