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Hippolytus @hermeneuticon
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====== Hippolytus ====== <WRAP right 33%> {{ :hermeneuticon:hermetic-calendar-aug-13-hippolytus.png?nolink |}} </WRAP> **Hippolytus** (of Rome), Gnostic, anti-pope "In more remote times, the constituent ... assemblies of the O.T.O. included such men as: … Hippolytus"—[[/crowley/libers/lib52]] ==== Events ==== *
Hippolytus (of Rome) @sabazius
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~~REDIRECT>/hermeneuticon/hippolytus~~ ====== Hippolytus (of Rome) ====== <TEXT align="center" size="x-large">Hippolytus (of Rome)</TEXT> <TEXT align="center">(170 - 235 e.v.) {{ :sabazius:hippolytus.jpg?nolink }} by T. Apiryon\\ Copyright (c) 1995
Basilides @sabazius
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ily Irenaeus of Lyons (c. 100 - c. 203 e.v.)and [[hippolytus.htm|Hippolytus]]. Only a few fragments of his writings remain, these are primarily preserved in the //Elenchos// of Hippolytus. Basilides was probably the first major Gnostic ... that presented by Irenaeus and that presented by Hippolytus. Irenaeus presents a dualistic system stressing e
Introduction to the Gnostic Mass @sabazius
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v.), Tertullian of Carthage (c.155-c.230 e.v.), [[hippolytus|Hippolytus of Rome]] (170-235 e.v.) and Epiphanius of Salamis (315-403 e.v.), the last being a less reliable ... some of the Gnostic codices, the //Elenchos// of Hippolytus, and certain Cathar documents inspired the French
Saints of Ecclesia Gnostica Catholica @sabazius
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tinus]] * //[[bardesanes|Bardesanes]]// * //[[hippolytus|Hippolytus]]// * [[merlin|Merlin]] * [[arthur|Arthur]] * [[kamuret|Kamuret]] * [[parzival|Parzival]]
August @hermeneuticon
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t Clarkstown, New York * [[Greater Feast]] of [[Hippolytus]], died circa 235 ce at Sardinia; T Polyphilus lists a date for a [[Feast]] of [[Hippolytus]], [[August 13]] on his [[/dionysos/litcal|Liturg
The Creed of the Gnostic Catholic Church: an Examination @sabazius
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s|Valentinus]], //[[bardesanes|Bardesanes]] and [[hippolytus|Hippolytus]], that transmitted the Light of the Gnosis to us their successors and their heirs;// with [[merli
The Gnostic Mass with Annotations and Commentary @sabazius
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s|Valentinus]], //[[bardesanes|Bardesanes]] and [[hippolytus|Hippolytus]], that transmitted the Light of the Gnosis to us their successors and their heirs;// with [[merli
The Invisible Basilica of Sabazius @sabazius
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tic Saints [[knight|Sir Richard Payne Knight]], [[hippolytus|Hippolytus]], [[forlong|J.G.R. Forlong]], [[molinos|Miguel de Molinos]], [[fludd|Robert Fludd]], [[catullus|C
August 13 @hermeneuticon
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lib65#v|Cap. V]], 5-6 * [[Greater Feast]] of [[Hippolytus]], died circa 235 ce at Sardinia; T Polyphilus lists a date for a [[Feast]] of [[Hippolytus]], [[August 13]] on his [[/dionysos/litcal|Liturg
Simon Magus @sabazius
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wn fragments of this document were preserved by [[hippolytus|Hippolytus]] in his //Philosophumena//. Simon was born in the Samarian town of Gitta to parents named Antoni
Simon Magus @hermeneuticon
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Pattison More; [[Manly P. Hall]]; [[GRS Mead]]; Hippolytus; [[E. M. Butler]] aka Elizabeth M. Butler, autho... = Enemies === [[Saint Irenaeus]]; Justin Martyr; Hippolytus, eventually; Epiphanius; [[Dante Alighieri]]; St.
yarkeras1 @yarker:the-arcane-schools
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r Ophite Gnostic, on these Mysteries are given by Hippolytus, Martyr 235 A.D., and confirms other quotations w... r did, or suffered in his death." The remarks of Hippolytus from the source previously mentioned, are more {1
Saints of Ecclesia Gnostica Catholica @hermeneuticon
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sanes | //Bardesanes// | //Bardesanes// | | | [[Hippolytus]] | Hippolytus | //Hyppolytus// | //Hyppolytus// | | | [[Merlin]] | Merlin | Merlin | Merlin | | | [[Arth
ORIGIN AND ANTIQUITY OF THE ARCANE SCHOOLS. CHAPTER IV. THE MYSTERIES IN RELATION TO PHILOSOPHY. @yarker:the-arcane-schools
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r Ophite Gnostic, on these Mysteries are given by Hippolytus, Martyr 235 A.D., and confirms other quotations w... er did, or suffered in his death." The remarks of Hippolytus from the source previously mentioned, are more {1
Liber XV {Book 15} O. T. O. @crowley:libers
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Liber XV (The International) @crowley:libers
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Liber XV (Equinox) @crowley:libers
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Annotated Liber XV {Book 15} O. T. O. @crowley:libers
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THE MOTHERS’S TRAGEDY. @crowley:collected-works:i
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The Gospel According to Saint Bernard Shaw @crowley:libers
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Liber LII Manifesto of the O.T.O. @crowley:libers
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Manifesto of the OTO @eidolons
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The Winged Beetle @crowley:winged-beetle
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A Discourse on the Fourth Article @dionysos
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A Liturgical Calendar for Thelemic Gnosticism @dionysos
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Greater Feasts of Gnostic Saints @dionysos
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Liber XV @egc
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An Analysis of the Gnostic Mass @egc
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A Guide to the Office of Deacon @eidolons
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The Gnostic Mass @eidolons
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The Virgin @fuller:star-in-the-west
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William Stirling @hermeneuticon
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collected-v1.2 @crowley:collected-works:i
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