trimorphic protennoia, the thought that dwells in the light

illustration trimorphic protennoia

“I am Protennoia, the Thought that dwells in the Light. I am the movement that dwells in the All, she in whom the All takes its stand, the first-born among those who came to be, she who exists before the All. She (Protennoia) is called by three names, although she dwells alone, since she is perfect. I am invisible within the Thought of the Invisible One. I am revealed in the immeasurable, ineffable (things). I am incomprehensible, dwelling in the incomprehensible. I move in every creature.”


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3 responses to “trimorphic protennoia, the thought that dwells in the light

  1. gnossis comes from the ancient greek for knowlege, but it has a fuller sense than just knowledge. It should be pointed out that the Baha’i religion, which is an offshot of shi’a islam, preaches complete equality of the sexes, and it was founded in in the 1840s or thereabouts, which is one of the reasons they are persecuted by mainstreams Sunnis and Shi’ites.

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  2. mart

    99.9% of human history was before 5,000 years ago when the first writings can be deciphered and we entered recorded history. the earliest spirituality has reflections in writings that made it into the written record. this is the true spirituality and man made attempts to control it fail. it exists from where we found it. I think that’s what trimorphic protennoia is getting at. we have to pretend just enough to be absorbed in the distractions of the world without taking them too seriously. a lot of them are pretty crudely put together and not believable, even to the extent of mocking us. all in a days work for bicycle repair man

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  3. Pingback: NAG HAMMURABI CODICES, Fragmens and TRIMORPHIC PROTENNOIA, by Archbishop Uwe AE.Rosenkranz | Rosary2007's Weblog

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