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Gnosis

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  1. Gnosis, also known as the Pilgrimage Fleet, are monstrous entities shrouded in mystery. They are the main enemies and battle fodder of the Xenosaga series, appearing in many different forms and size. They were apparently first seen in T.C. , having destroyed the planet Michtam due to the Galaxy Federation 's failed Zohar control experiment.
  2. Gnosis Archive Books was established in to publish and promote scholarly works that enhance the dialogue between Jungian, Gnostic, and humane studies. The writings of C. G. Jung—notably including his extraordinary Red Book—provide critical insights into the experiential tradition of Gnosis. The historian of religion, Giovanni Filoramo.
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  4. La Gnosis es el conocimiento de una sabiduría trascendental y transformativa que enseña a la humanidad a ver, oír y palpar todas las cosas que hasta el momento se señalaban como grandes misterios y enigmas.
  5. Definition of gnosticism: the thought and practice especially of various cults of late pre-Christian and early Christian centuries distinguished by the conviction that matter is evil and that emancipation comes through gnosis First Known Use of gnosticism .
  6. Mar 16,  · gnosis (countable and uncountable, plural gnoses) (Gnosticism) an immanent form of knowledge or transcendent insight, such as .
  7. Gnosis refers to knowledge based on personal experience or perception. In a religious context, gnosis is mystical or esoteric knowledge based on direct participation with the divine. In most Gnostic systems, the sufficient cause of salvation is this "knowledge of" ("acquaintance with") the divine.
  8. gnosis - intuitive knowledge of spiritual truths; said to have been possessed by ancient Gnostics intuition - instinctive knowing (without the use of rational processes) Based on WordNet , Farlex clipart collection. © Princeton University, Farlex Inc.

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