Re: Theos-World Re: God as "A Being" versus God as "No-being"
Nov 26, 2002 00:51 AM
Thank you for your entertainment of my inquiry and interest, your
much appreciated. I hardly expected the survey you provided as well as
gleanings and insights you consider valued. I consider them such also and
assist me in my further actions.
My perception about Paul was that he experienced apparently a sudden
experience which constituted a Noetic Unity of the Light itself and
Gnostic "Pistis" and foundation of his expression, in particular his "We
Christ", indicating he professed the idea that the Christ Principle
Transcedent-Immanent in which he and all have participation in that Water
Beingness which is infinite and boundless and without limit or restraint.
the Metaphysic in terms of the Absolute Unity, Intention, Will, and the
to effect the effectual manifestation Within the without and Without the
of what is called "The Only Begotten Son" or I prefer "The Alone Begotten
as the means by which Absolute remains in Covenant of itself and yet
that which is within the within as ultimately All is.
There were two versions of Mead's "Orpheus," I currently have the 1896
Titled: "The Theosophy of the Greeks----Orpheus," but there was
version that was Titled: "Orpheus The Fisher King----Fisher of souls,"
stolen from me to my dismay.
Steve, thanks once more for your time and kindness and willingness to
such a very nice post in response.
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