The Gnostic Notebook: Volume Two: On the Secrets of James and Thomas

The Gnostic Notebook: Volume Two: On the Secrets of James and Thomas

by Timothy James Lambert

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Overview

In Volume One, Lambert pulled back the veil on the secrets hidden within the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm. Now he turns his attention to the Holy Gospels. Using various texts from the Nag Hammadi library, including the Gospel of Thomas, Lambert identifies a list of seven key parables found within the Synoptic Gospels. According to the texts, the successful interpretation of these seven parables is enough to unlock the mysteries hidden within the teachings of Jesus. "... my primary desire was to find a map, if you will, which would lead to the next section of the Synoptic Gospels we need to unlock. I look at these Gospels as a sort of literary puzzle box. The section where Jesus revealed that the parables were designed to conceal information as well as to transmit it to those he wished, this operates in a similar manner to a panel on the surface of this metaphorical puzzle box which can be slid into a new position, unlocking various other pieces of the puzzle in the process. And for a while it was working, there was a thread to follow from reference to reference. Eventually, however, we ran out of leads. If only there was an external text which could provide us with a map of sorts so that we knew where exactly to look, or to return to my puzzle box metaphor, a map of the surface of the box indicating on which panels one should focus one's attention."

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781516927401
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/17/2016
Series: Gnostic Notebook , #2
Pages: 80
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.19(d)

About the Author

Timothy James Lambert is a writer, stand-up comedian, and gnostic. The author of The Gnostic Notebook series, he has been a resident of Prague, the Alchemical Capital of Europe, for the last twenty years. Known as the Edward Snowden of Gnosticism for his propensity of revealing that which is not to be revealed, he is hard at work on his new book.

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