They told me of a father

A dream, where a large unshakable log represents Father

They told me about a Father,
Of an unshakable log,
Under the breezes of the north wind.
Hangings, children’s homes and nests,
Between branches joined with red gauze.
They told me about a Father
before falling asleep
With the memory of a torment.
Among the dreams, I saw men walking,
old virgins pregnant with rags
And Chopin’s grave in the burrow under a pub.
Mother mine, I will never be happy:
Die unassumingly, calmly.
The Father they told me about has already migrated.
I see the sunset

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A brief note on Gnostic research

Gnostic Research delves into the esoteric teachings and beliefs of Gnosticism, an ancient religious movement that emerged in the first centuries of the vernacular era. At the core of the Gnostic quest is the exploration of inner knowledge, spiritual enlightenment, and understanding of the divine essence within. Key figures in Gnostic scholarship include such prominent figures as Valentinus, Basilides, and Simon Magus, who contributed to developing and spreading Gnostic teachings.

Gnostic Research delves into the esoteric and mystical teachings of Gnosticism, a belief system that emphasizes spiritual knowledge and personal revelation as paths to salvation.
The main protagonists of Gnostic research are scholars, theologians, and philosophers who seek to explore Gnosticism’s ancient texts and hidden truths. These individuals analyze and interpret critical Gnostic texts such as the Nag Hammadi Library, which includes the Gospel of Thomas, the Gospel of Philip, and the Gospel of Truth. These texts offer insights into Gnostic cosmology, the nature of the divine, and the human soul’s journey to enlightenment.

The fundamental texts of Gnosticism play a crucial role in Gnostic research, providing insights into the mystical and philosophical aspects of the belief system. Some essential texts include the Gospel of Thomas, the Gospel of Mary, the Pistis Sophia, and the Secret Book of John (also known as the Apocrypha of John). These texts offer insight into the Gnostic worldview, cosmology, and the quest for spiritual liberation through gnosis or mystical knowledge. Studying these texts is vital to understanding the complexities and nuances of Gnostic thought and practice.

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