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A Gnostic interpretation of Matthew 24:27-28

Discussion in 'Gnosticism DIR' started by Armozel, May 1, 2019.

  1. Armozel

    Armozel New Member

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    Greetings to the Community,
    I'd like to introduce myself as a Gnostic Christian Buddhist.
    After struggling to understand the Nag Hammadi Library many years ago, I turned my attention to the Dead Sea Scrolls, and was amazed to learn how deeply they had influenced the writers of the New Testament. I was immediately struck by the synchronicity; the Nag Hammadi Library having been discovered in December of 1945, the Dead Sea Scrolls the following winter. Could this be something other than mere coincidence?
    Taken together, these two entirely miraculous discoveries reveal to us the sectarian cradle of Christianity, and the long suppressed Gnostic Wisdom of Jesus. There may even have been a direct link between the Sethians of Nag Hammadi and the Essenes of Qumran. The Sethians may have formed as a splinter movement led by John the Baptist, with a new ritual, the Baptism of the Five Seals, resembling the jar consecrations of an early Buddhist tantra.
    Please consider a spiritual interpretation of the synchronicity of Nag Hammadi and Qumran, based on an interpretation of Matthew 24:27-28, offered on this website:
    https://secondcoming1945.com
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    Second Coming 1945
    secondcoming1945.com
    This website interpretes Matthew 24:27-28 to show that Jesus was able to foresee the apocalyptic events in Japan of 1945, and his spirit guided men to the discoveries of the Nag Hammadi Library, in December 1945, and the Dead Sea Scrolls a year later, to reveal his Gnostic teaching, and the sectarian roots of Christianity and Sethian Gnosticism.

    I would be very interested in any comments you may have.
    Best Regards,
    Armozel
     
  2. Workman

    Workman UNIQUE

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    Nice!,.i have too, come across the scrolls, and it’s message is deep..
     
  3. Armozel

    Armozel New Member

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    Thanks, Man. The scrolls are intensely relevant to what people believe today. I had the opportunity to see a scrolls exhibit about 10 years ago in Seattle. I was very moved to be in the presence of such sacred documents.
     
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    Damn!..wish I had my chance on that! And it’s language is Forbidden!..However, was there an interpretation of it?(scrolls)
    I have read it! And I felt the same way..
     
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