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The Gnostic 3: Featuring Jung and the Red Book

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    Andrew Phillip Smith(Editor)

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The second issue of The Gnostic: A Journal of Gnosticism, Western Esotericism and Spirituality. Featuring a cover by C.G. Jung, Lance Owens on Jung's Red Book. Interviews with David Tibet of Current 93, Jacob Needleman and Zohar expert Daniel C. Matt. Articles on Gnostic anime, Robert Graves, Gnostic texts, the Gospel of Luke, William Blake, deja vu, coincidence, a ten page comic, reviews and much more.

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  • PDF | 210 pages
  • Andrew Phillip Smith(Editor)
  • Bardic Press (15 July 2010)
  • English
  • 8
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  • By Bill on 11 September 2014


  • By Guest on 31 October 2010

    Years ago I used to write occasionally for Gnosis Magazine in the U.S., a magazine written about all sorts of spirituality at a high, but also highly readable level. Gnostic 3 is an occasionally appearing journal the size of a book that writes most specifically, but not exclusively, about Gnosticism. What comes through strongly in the innate wisdom of the editor-in-chief, who is able to look at a variety of traditions and pull out what is true and important in them; his writers take their cue from the editor and approach the material with the same warmth and caring. I often tell students and patients that the various spiritual paradigms are like the scaffolding used to construct a building: very useful but then after the building is constructed you can take down the scaffolding. In order to do that, you have to recognize the building even as it's being constructed. Gnostic-3, its editor and writers, are able to do just that, which makes it a fine read for a variety of readers.

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