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Until the discovery of the Nag Hammadi library inthe Askew Codex was one of three codices that contained almost all of the Gnostic writings that had survived the suppression of such literature both in East and West, the other two codices being the Bruce Codex and the Berlin Codex.

Sitriya marked it as to-read Jun 11, Erin rated it it was ok Jul 20, Desiree Sophua Goodreads Author author of commentary.

They assert that all of the knowledge imparted by Jesus after his resurrection was inferior to that possessed by this author — only after eleven years did he take up his true garment and tell the disciples the highest mysteries. He is a social scientist and scholar who has written, translated, and published over fifteen books, including pisyis on the ancient Coptic texts illustrating Jesus’s work and especially involving the “Lost Scriptures” being found in the Middle East.


He is closely tied to the highest divine being.

Linda rated it it was amazing Aug 13, Hurtak, scholar and orientalist, and D. Even within a single book, occasionally multiple, differing accounts of a single event or cosmological outline appear, suggesting the use and preservation of several sources.

Sophia Wisdom itself was regarded by the early Coptics as a female presence who undergoes the experience of transgression and redemption in her path to full participation in the man Life changing! Again, his disciples said: The Hurtaks have provided not only the text but the only complete commentary on the first five books of Pistis Sophia.

Some call her ‘Pistis’. The Book of Knowledge: The perfect Saviour said: Her fall and redemption parallel that found in versions of the Sophia myth such as that in the Apocryphon of Johnbut the actions all take place in the material aeons, and she can only be restored to her place in the thirteenth aeon, pustis the Kingdom of Light.

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Pistis Sophia: Text and Commentary by James J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D.

The end of the book also suggests the close connection of this work with the Books of Jeu found in the Bruce Codex Chapter Open Preview See a Problem? Tara marked it as to-read Dec 29, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge,vii-xlviii. The Pistis Sophia is a translation and commentary of a special huetak of 2, year old Gnostic Coptic manuscripts, derived from ancient Pistls Christian Codexes. The perfect Saviour said: Part one of this book Chapters deals with cosmological and astrological speculation, and ritual development.


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The Psalms are used wholly as allegorical sopiha for interpretation of the Pistis Sophia myth. Zhena Muzyka rated it it was amazing Jun 04, Trivia About Pistis Sophia: It also emphasizes the role of female disciples in the ministry of Jesus the Christ.

In the historic period after the early Church became established as the “official religion” of the Roman Empire C.

Dover Publications,xxiii-xxv. There are furthermore signs of possible interaction with the Manichaeanssuch as solar and lunar imagery, tree imagery, the method of purification and transport of light through different realms, or Book 4’s division of the way of the Midst mhte into five regions.

Pistis Sophia: Text and Commentary

Books by James J. Charity rated it liked it Aug 12, Unlike Ialdabaoth, he is not created by the Sophia figure, and in fact he holds a slightly higher hierarchical position than Pistis Sophia. Paul is mentioned only once.

Part of a series on Gnosticism.