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The gospel of truth is joy to those who have        |
received from the Father of truth the gift of       |
knowing him by the power of the Logos, who has      | The Logos is the aeon of the Word.
come from the Pleroma and who is in the             | The Pleroma is Heaven.
thought and the mind of the Father; he it is        |
who is called "the Savior," since that is the       | The Word is Saviour (Jesus).
name of the work which he must do for the           |
redemption of those who have not known the          |
Father.                                             |
The description of the aeons
Aeonology // Bodacious Blog
The light of God is the aeons combined
The Robbers of Light // Bodacious Blog
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For the name of the gospel is the                   |
manifestation of hope, since that is the            | Hope, in the Dodecad, is another aeon.
discovery of those who seek him, because the        |
All sought him from whom it had come forth.         |
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You see, the All had been inside of him, that       |
illimitable, inconceivable one, who is better       |
than every thought.                                 |

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This ignorance of the Father brought about          |
terror and fear.                                    |
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And terror became dense like a fog, that no         |
one was able to see.                                |
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Because of this, error became strong.               |
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But it worked on its hylic substance vainly,        |
because it did not know the truth.                  |
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It was in a fashioned form while it was             |
preparing, in power and in beauty, the              |
equivalent of truth.                                |
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This then, was not a humiliation for him, that      |
illimitable, inconceivable one.                     |
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For they were as nothing, this terror and this      |
forgetfulness and this figure of falsehood,         |
whereas this established truth is unchanging,       |
unperturbed and completely beautiful.               |

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For this reason, do not take error too              |
seriously.                                          |
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Thus, since it had no root, it was in a fog as      |
regards the Father, engaged in preparing works      |
and forgetfulnesses and fears in order, by          |
these means, to beguile those of the middle         |
and to make them captive.                           |
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The forgetfulness of error was not revealed.        |
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It did not become light beside the Father.          |
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Forgetfulness did not exist with the Father,        |
although it existed because of him.                 |
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What exists in him is knowledge, which was          |
revealed so that forgetfulness might be             |
destroyed and that they might know the Father,      |
Since forgetfulness existed because they did        |
not know the Father, if they then come to know      |
the Father, from that moment on forgetfulness       |
will cease to exist.                                |

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That is the gospel of him whom they seek,           |
which he has revealed to the perfect through        |
the mercies of the Father as the hidden             |
mystery, Jesus the Christ.                          |
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Through him he enlightened those who were in        |
darkness because of forgetfulness.                  |
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He enlightened them and gave them a path.           |
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And that path is the truth which he taught          |
them.                                               |
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For this reason error was angry with him, so        |
it persecuted him.                                  |
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It was distressed by him, so it made him            |
powerless.                                          |
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He was nailed to a cross.                           |
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He became a fruit of the knowledge of the           |
Father.                                             |
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He did not, however, destroy them because they      |
ate of it.                                          |
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He rather caused those who ate of it to be          |
joyful because of this discovery.                   |

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And as for him, them he found in himself, and       |
him they found in themselves, that                  |
illimitable, inconceivable one, that perfect        |
Father who made the all, in whom the All is,        |
and whom the All lacks, since he retained in        |
himself their perfection, which he had not          |
given to the all.                                   |
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The Father was not jealous.                         |
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What jealousy, indeed, is there between him         | https://mullikine.github.io/posts/the-tapestry-of-truth/
and his members? For, even if the Aeon had          |
received their perfection, they would not have      | Understand that by becoming spiritually True,
been able to approach the perfection of the         | you become a part of the Father.
Father, because he retained their perfection        |
in himself, giving it to them as a way to           |
return to him and as a knowledge unique in          |
perfection.                                         |
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He is the one who set the All in order and in       |
whom the All existed and whom the All lacked.       |
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As one of whom some have no knowledge, he           |
desires that they know him and that they love       |
him.                                                |
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For what is it that the All lacked, if not the      |
knowledge of the Father?                            |

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He became a guide, quiet and in leisure.            |
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In the middle of a school he came and spoke         |
the Word, as a teacher.                             |
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Those who were wise in their own estimation         |
came to put him to the test.                        |
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But he discredited them as empty-headed             |
people.                                             |
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They hated him because they really were not         |
wise men.                                           |
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After all these came also the little children,      |
those who possess the knowledge of the Father.      |
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When they became strong they were taught the        |
aspects of the Father's face.                       |
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They came to know and they were known.              |
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They were glorified and they gave glory.            |
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In their heart, the living book of the Living       |
was manifest, the book which was written in         |
the thought and in the mind of the Father and,      |
from before the foundation of the All, is in        |
that incomprehensible part of him.                  |

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This is the book which no one found possible        |
to take, since it was reserved for him who          |
will take it and be slain.                          |
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No one was able to be manifest from those who       |
believed in salvation as long as that book had      |
not appeared.                                       |
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For this reason, the compassionate, faithful        |
Jesus was patient in his sufferings until he        |
took that book, since he knew that his death        |
meant life for many.                                |
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Just as in the case of a will which has not         |
yet been opened, for the fortune of the             |
deceased master of the house is hidden, so          |
also in the case of the All which had been          |
hidden as long as the Father of the All was         |
invisible and unique in himself, in whom every      |
space has its source.                               |
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For this reason Jesus appeared.                     |
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He took that book as his own.                       |
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He was nailed to a cross.                           |
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He affixed the edict of the Father to the           |
cross.                                              |

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Oh, such great teaching! He abases himself          |
even unto death, though he is clothed in            |
eternal life.                                       |
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Having divested himself of these perishable         |
rags, he clothed himself in incorruptibility,       |
which no one could possibly take from him.          |
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Having entered into the empty territory of          |
fears, he passed before those who were              |
stripped by forgetfulness, being both               |
knowledge and perfection, proclaiming the           |
things that are in the heart of the Father, so      |
that he became the wisdom of those who have         |
received instruction.                               |
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But those who are to be taught, the living who      |
are inscribed in the book of the living, learn      |
for themselves, receiving instructions from         |
the Father, turning to him again.                   |

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Since the perfection of the All is in the           |
Father, it is necessary for the All to ascend       |
to him.                                             |
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Therefore, if one has knowledge, he gets what       |
belongs to him and draws it to himself.             |
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For he who is ignorant, is deficient, and it        |
is a great deficiency, since he lacks that          |
which will make him perfect.                        |
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Since the perfection of the All is in the           |
Father, it is necessary for the All to ascend       |
to him and for each one to get the things           |
which are his.                                      |
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He registered them first, having prepared them      |
to be given to those who came from him.             |

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Those whose name he knew first were called          |
last, so that the one who has knowledge is he       |
whose name the Father has pronounced.               |
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For he whose name has not been spoken is            |
ignorant.                                           |
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Indeed, how shall one hear if his name has not      |
been uttered? For he who remains ignorant           |
until the end is a creature of forgetfulness        |
and will perish with it.                            |
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If this is not so, why have these wretches no       |
name, why do they have no sound? Hence, if one      |
has knowledge, he is from above.                    |
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If he is called, he hears, he replies, and he       |
turns toward him who called him and he ascends      |
to him and he knows what he is called.              |
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Since he has knowledge, he does the will of         |
him who called him.                                 |
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He desires to please him and he finds rest.         |
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He receives a certain name.                         |
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He who thus is going to have knowledge knows        |
whence he came and whither he is going.             |
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He knows it as a person who, having become          |
intoxicated, has turned from his drunkenness        |
and having come to himself, has restored what       |
is his own.                                         |

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He has turned many from error.                      |
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He went before them to their own places, from       |
which they departed when they erred because of      |
the depth of him who surrounds every place,         |
whereas there is nothing which surrounds him.       |
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It was a great wonder that they were in the         |
Father without knowing him and that they were       |
able to leave on their own, since they were         |
not able to contain him and know him in whom        |
they were, for indeed his will had not come         |
forth from him.                                     |
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For he revealed it as a knowledge with which        |
all its emanations agree, namely, the               |
knowledge of the living book which he revealed      |
to the Aeons at last as his letters,                |
displaying to them that these are not merely        |
vowels nor consonants, so that one may read         |
them and think of something void of meaning;        |
on the contrary, they are letters which convey      |
the truth.                                          |
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They are pronounced only when they are known.       |
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Each letter is a perfect truth like a perfect       |
book, for they are letters written by the hand      |
of the unity, since the Father wrote them for       |
the Aeons, so that they by means of his             |
letters might come to know the Father.              |

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While his wisdom mediates on the logos, and         |
since his teaching expresses it, his knowledge      |
has been revealed.                                  |
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His honor is a crown upon it.                       |
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Since his joy agrees with it, his glory             |
exalted it.                                         |
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It has revealed his image.                          |
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It has obtained his rest.                           |
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His love took bodily form around it.                |
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His trust embraced it.                              |
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Thus the logos of the Father goes forth into        |
the All, being the fruit of his heart and           |
expression of his will.                             |
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It supports the All.                                |
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It chooses and also takes the form of the All,      |
purifying it, and causing it to return to the       |
Father and to the Mother, Jesus of the utmost       |
sweetness.                                          |
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The Father opens his bosom, but his bosom is        |
the Holy Spirit.                                    |
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He reveals his hidden self which is his son,        |
so that through the compassion of the Father        |
the Aeons may know him, end their wearying          |
search for the Father and rest themselves in        |
him, knowing that this is rest.                     |
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After he had filled what was incomplete, he         |
did away with form.                                 |
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The form of it is the world, that which it          |
served.                                             |
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For where there is envy and strife, there is        |
an incompleteness; but where there is unity,        |
there is completeness.                              |
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Since this incompleteness came about because        |
they did not know the Father, so when they          |
know the Father, incompleteness, from that          |
moment on, will cease to exist.                     |
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As one's ignorance disappears when he gains         |
knowledge, and as darkness disappears when          |
light appears, so also incompleteness is            |
eliminated by completeness.                         |
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Certainly, from that moment on, form is no          |
longer manifest, but will be dissolved in           |
fusion with unity.                                  |
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For now their works lie scattered.                  |
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In time unity will make the spaces complete.        |
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By means of unity each one will understand          |
itself.                                             |
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By means of knowledge it will purify itself of      |
diversity with a view towards unity, devouring      |
matter within itself like fire and darkness by      |
light, death by life.                               |

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Certainly, if these things have happened to         |
each one of us, it is fitting for us, surely,       |
to think about the All so that the house may        |
be holy and silent for unity.                       |
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Like people who have moved from a                   |
neighborhood, if they have some dishes around       |
which are not good, they usually break them.        |
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Nevertheless the householder does not suffer a      |
loss, but rejoices, for in the place of these       |
defective dishes there are those which are          |
completely perfect.                                 |
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For this is the judgement which has come from       |
above and which has judged every person, a          |
drawn two-edged sword cutting on this side and      |
that.                                               |
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When it appeared, I mean, the Logos, who is in      |
the heart of those who pronounce it - it was        |
not merely a sound but it has become a body -       |
a great disturbance occurred among the dishes,      |
for some were emptied, others filled: some          |
were provided for, others were removed; some        |
were purified, still others were broken.            |
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All the spaces were shaken and disturbed for        |
they had no composure nor stability.                |
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Error was disturbed not knowing what it should      |
do.                                                 |
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It was troubled; it lamented, it was beside         |
itself because it did not know anything.            |
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When knowledge, which is its abolishment,           |
approached it with all its emanations, error        |
is empty, since there is nothing in it.             |
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Truth appeared; all its emanations recognized       |
it.                                                 |
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They actually greeted the Father with a power       |
which is complete and which joins them with         |
the Father.                                         |
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For each one loves truth because truth is the       |
mouth of the Father.                                |
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His tongue is the Holy Spirit, who joins him        |
to truth attaching him to the mouth of the          |
Father by his tongue at the time he shall           |
receive the Holy Spirit.                            |

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This is the manifestation of the Father and         |
his revelation to his Aeons.                        |
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He revealed his hidden self and explained it.       |
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For who is it who exists if it is not the           |
Father himself? All the spaces are his              |
emanations.                                         |
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They knew that they stem from him as children       |
from a perfect man.                                 |
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They knew that they had not yet received form       | God knows our True name; An everlasting name.
nor had they yet received a name, every one of      | https://mullikine.github.io/posts/new-name/
which the Father produces.                          |
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If they at that time receive form of his            |
knowledge, though they are truly in him, they       |
do not know him.                                    |
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But the Father is perfect.                          |
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He knows every space which is within him.           |
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If he pleases, he reveals anyone whom he            |
desires by giving him a form and by giving him      |
a name; and he does give him a name and cause       |
him to come into being.                             |
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Those who do not yet exist are ignorant of him      |
who created them.                                   |
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I do not say, then, that those who do not yet       | Psychic
exist are nothing.                                  | https://mullikine.github.io/posts/the-robbers/
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But they are in him who will desire that they       |
exist when he pleases, like the event which is      |
going to happen.                                    |
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On the one hand, he knows, before anything is       |
revealed, what he will produce.                     |
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On the other hand, the fruit which has not yet      |
been revealed does not know anything, nor is        |
it anything either.                                 |
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Thus each space which, on its part, is in the       |
Father comes from the existent one, who, on         |
his part, has established it from the               |
nonexistent.                                        |
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[...] he who does not exist at all, will never      |
exist.                                              |

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What, then, is that which he wants him to           | Hylic
think? "I am like the shadows and phantoms of       | https://mullikine.github.io/posts/the-robbers/
the night." When morning comes, this one knows      |
that the fear which he had experienced was          |
nothing.                                            |
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Thus they were ignorant of the Father; he is        |
the one whom they did not see.                      |
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Since there had been fear and confusion and a       |
lack of confidence and doublemindness and           |
division, there were many illusions which were      |
conceived by him, the foregoing, as well as         |
empty ignorance - as if they were fast asleep       |
and found themselves a prey to troubled             |
dreams.                                             |
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Either there is a place to which they flee, or      |
they lack strength as they come, having             |
pursued unspecified things.                         |
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Either they are involved in inflicting blows,       |
or they themselves receive bruises.                 |
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Either they are falling from high places, or        |
they fly off through the air, though they have      |
no wings at all.                                    |
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Other times, it is as if certain people were        |
trying to kill them, even though there is no        |
one pursuing them; or, they themselves are          |
killing those beside them, for they are             |
stained by their blood.                             |
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Until the moment when they who are passing          |
through all these things - I mean they who          |
have experienced all these confusions - awake,      |
they see nothing because the dreams were            |
nothing.                                            |
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It is thus that they who cast ignorance from        |
them as sleep do not consider it to be              |
anything, nor regard its properties to be           |
something real, but they renounce them like a       |
dream in the night and they consider the            |
knowledge of the Father to be the dawn.             |
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It is thus that each one has acted, as if he        |
were asleep, during the time when he was            |
ignorant and thus he comes to understand, as        |
if he were awakening.                               |
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And happy is the man who comes to himself and       |
awakens.                                            |
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Indeed, blessed is he who has opened the eyes       |
of the blind.                                       |

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And the Spirit came to him in haste when it         |
raised him.                                         |
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Having given its hand to the one lying prone        |
on the ground, it placed him firmly on his          |
feet, for he had not yet stood up.                  |
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He gave them the means of knowing the               |
knowledge of the Father and the revelation of       |
his son.                                            |
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For when they saw it and listened to it, he         |
permitted them to take a taste of and to smell      |
and to grasp the beloved son.                       |

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He appeared, informing them of the Father, the      |
illimitable one.                                    |
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He inspired them with that which is in the          |
mind, while doing his will.                         |
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Many received the light and turned towards          |
him.                                                |
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But material men were alien to him and did not      |
discern his appearance nor recognize him.           |
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For he came in the likeness of flesh and            |
nothing blocked his way because it was              |
incorruptible and unrestrainable.                   |
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Moreover, while saying new things, speaking         |
about what is in the heart of the Father, he        |
proclaimed the faultless word.                      |
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Light spoke through his mouth, and his voice        |
brought forth life.                                 |
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He gave them thought and understanding and          |
mercy and salvation and the Spirit of strength      |
derived from the limitlessness of the Father        |
and sweetness.                                      |
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He caused punishments and scourgings to cease,      |
for it was they which caused many in need of        |
mercy to astray from him in error and in            |
chains - and he mightily destroyed them and         |
derided them with knowledge.                        |
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He became a path for those who went astray and      |
knowledge to those who were ignorant, a             |
discovery for those who sought, and a support       |
for those who tremble, a purity for those who       |
were defiled.                                       |

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He is the shepherd who left behind the ninety-      |
nine sheep which had not strayed and went in        |
search of that one which was lost.                  |
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He rejoiced when he had found it.                   |
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For ninety-nine is a number of the left hand,       |
which holds it.                                     |
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The moment he finds the one, however, the           |
whole number is transferred to the right hand.      |
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Thus it is with him who lacks the one, that         |
is, the entire right hand which attracts that       |
in which it is deficient, seizes it from the        |
left side and transfers it to the right.            |
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In this way, then, the number becomes one           |
hundred.                                            |
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This number signifies the Father.                   |

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He labored even on the Sabbath for the sheep        |
which he found fallen into the pit.                 |
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He saved the life of that sheep, bringing it        |
up from the pit in order that you may               |
understand fully what that Sabbath is, you who      |
possess full understanding.                         |
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It is a day in which it is not fitting that         |
salvation be idle, so that you may speak of         |
that heavenly day which has no night and of         |
the sun which does not set because it is            |
perfect.                                            |
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Say then in your heart that you are this            |
perfect day and that in you the light which         |
does not fail dwells.                               |

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Speak concerning the truth to those who seek        |
it and of knowledge to those who, in their          |
error, have committed sin.                          |
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Make sure-footed those who stumble and stretch      | https://mullikine.github.io/posts/astral-projection-pt-3/
forth your hands to the sick.                       |
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Nourish the hungry and set at ease those who        |
are troubled.                                       |
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Foster men who love.                                |
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Raise up and awaken those who sleep.                |
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For you are this understanding which                |
encourages.                                         |
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If the strong follow this course, they are          |
even stronger.                                      |
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Turn your attention to yourselves.                  |
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Do not be concerned with other things, namely,      |
that which you have cast forth from                 |
yourselves, that which you have dismissed.          |
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Do not return to them to eat them.                  |
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Do not be moth-eaten.                               |
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Do not be worm-eaten, for you have already          |
shaken it off.                                      |
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Do not be a place of the devil, for you have        |
already destroyed him.                              |
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Do not strengthen your last obstacles, because      |
that is reprehensible.                              |
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For the lawless one is nothing.                     |
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He harms himself more than the law.                 |
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For that one does his works because he is a         |
lawless person.                                     |
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But this one, because he is a righteous             |
person, does his works among others.                |
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Do the will of the Father, then, for you are        |
from him.                                           |

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For the Father is sweet and his will is good.       |
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He knows the things that are yours, so that         | https://mullikine.github.io/posts/thomas-22/
you may rest yourselves in them.                    |
                                                    | https://mullikine.github.io/posts/naphtali/
For by the fruits one knows the things that         | You see, God provides evidence.
are yours, that they are the children of the        | One merely now must live in the Truth.
Father, and one knows his aroma, that you           |
originate from the grace of his countenance.        |  https://mullikine.github.io/posts/pistis-sophia/
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For this reason, the Father loved his aroma;        |
and it manifests itself in every place; and         |
when it is mixed with matter, he gives his          |
aroma to the light; and into his rest he            |
causes it to ascend in every form and in every      |
sound.                                              |
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For there are no nostrils which smell the           |
aroma, but it is the Spirit which possesses         |
the sense of smell and it draws it for itself       |
to itself and sinks into the aroma of the           |
Father.                                             |
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He is, indeed, the place for it, and he takes       |
it to the place from which it has come, in the      |
first aroma which is cold.                          |
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It is something in a psychic form, resembling       | https://mullikine.github.io/posts/living-water/
cold water which is [...] since it is in soil       |
which is not hard, of which those who see it        |
think, "It is earth." Afterwards, it becomes        |
soft again.                                         |
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If a breath is taken, it is usually hot.            |
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The cold aromas, then, are from the division.       |
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For this reason, God came and destroyed the         | https://mullikine.github.io/posts/thy-bridal-chamber/
division and he brought the hot Pleroma of          | This is when the division was destroyed for me.
love, so that the cold may not return, but the      |
unity of the Perfect Thought prevail.               |
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This is the word of the Gospel of the finding       |
of the Pleroma for those who wait for the           |
salvation which comes from above.                   |
                                                    | The Kingdom of Light without any bad memories
When their hope, for which they are waiting,        | https://mullikine.github.io/posts/astral-projection-pt-3/
is waiting - they whose likeness is the light       | https://mullikine.github.io/posts/the-dimension-of-light/
in which there is no shadow, then at that time      | Angels without shadow:
the Pleroma is about to come.                       | https://mullikine.github.io/posts/gospel-of-philip/
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The deficiency of matter, however, is not           |
because of the limitlessness of the Father who      |
comes at the time of the deficiency.                |
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And yet no one is able to say that the              |
incorruptible One will come in this manner.         |
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But the depth of the Father is increasing, and      |
the thought of error is not with him.               |
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It is a matter of falling down and a matter of      |
being readily set upright at the finding of         |
that one who has come to him who will turn          |
back.                                               |
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For this turning back is called "repentance".       |
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For this reason, incorruption has breathed.         |
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It followed him who has sinned in order that        |
he may find rest.                                   |
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For forgiveness is that which remains for the       |
light in the deficiency, the word of the            |
pleroma.                                            |
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For the physician hurries to the place in           |
which there is sickness, because that is the        |
desire which he has.                                |
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The sick man is in a deficient condition, but       |
he does not hide himself because the physician      |
possesses that which he lacks.                      |
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In this manner the deficiency is filled by the      |
Pleroma, which has no deficiency, which has         |
given itself out in order to fill the one who       |
is deficient, so that grace may take him,           |
then, from the area which is deficient and has      |
no grace.                                           |
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Because of this a diminishing occurred in the       |
place which there is no grace, the area where       |
the one who is small, who is deficient, is          |
taken hold of.                                      |
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He revealed himself as a Pleroma, i.e., the         |
finding of the light of truth which has shined      |
towards him, because he is unchangeable.            |
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For this reason, they who have been troubled        |
speak about Christ in their midst so that they      |
may receive a return and he may anoint them         |
with the ointment.                                  |
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The ointment is the pity of the Father, who         | https://mullikine.github.io/posts/the-pathway-to-gnosis/
will have mercy on them.                            | At spiritual bankrupcy, ask God for help.
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But those whom he has anointed are those who        | https://mullikine.github.io/posts/astral-projection-pt-2/
are perfect.                                        | https://mullikine.github.io/posts/dream-discernment-of-judgement/
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For the filled vessels are those which are          |
customarily used for anointing.                     |
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But when an anointing is finished, the vessel       |
is usually empty, and the cause of its              |
deficiency is the consumption of its ointment.      |
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For then a breath is drawn only through the         |
power which he has.                                 |
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But the one who is without deficiency - one         |
does not trust anyone beside him nor does one       |
pour anything out.                                  |
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But that which is the deficient is filled           |
again by the perfect Father.                        |
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He is good.                                         |
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He knows his plantings because he is the one        |
who has planted them in his Paradise.               |
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And his Paradise is his place of rest.              |

A page of colourful scripture with caligraphy, majuscule, and pictures.

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This is the perfection in the thought of the        |
Father and these are the words of his               |
reflection.                                         |
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Each one of his words is the work of his will       |
alone, in the revelation of his Logos.              |
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Since they were in the depth of his mind, the       |
Logos, who was the first to come forth, caused      |
them to appear, along with an intellect which       |
speaks the unique word by means of a silent         |
grace.                                              |
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It was called "thought," since they were in it      |
before becoming manifest.                           |
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It happened, then, that it was the first to         |
come forth - at the moment pleasing to the          |
will of him who desired it; and it is in the        |
will that the Father is at rest and with which      |
he is pleased.                                      |
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Nothing happens without him, nor does anything      |
occur without the will of the Father.               |
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But his will is incomprehensible.                   |
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His will is his mark, but no one can know it,       |
nor is it possible for them to concentrate on       |
it in order to possess it.                          |
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But that which he wishes takes place at the         |
moment he wishes it - even if the view does         |
not please anyone: it is God`s will.                |
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For the Father knows the beginning of them all      |
as well as their end.                               |
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For when their end arrives, he will question        |
them to their faces.                                |
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The end, you see, is the recognition of him         |
who is hidden, that is, the Father, from whom       |
the beginning came forth and to whom will           |
return all who have come from him.                  |
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For they were made manifest for the glory and       |
the joy of his name.                                |
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And the name of the Father is the Son.              |
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It is he who, in the beginning, gave a name to      |
him who came forth from him - he is the same        |
one - and he begat him for a son.                   |
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He gave him his name which belonged to him -        |
he, the Father, who possesses everything which      |
exists around him.                                  |
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He possess the name; he has the son.                |
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It is possible for them to see him.                 |
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The name, however, is invisible, for it alone       |
is the mystery of the invisible about to come       |
to ears completely filled with it through the       |
Father`s agency.                                    |
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Moreover, as for the Father, his name is not        |
pronounced, but it is revealed through a son.       |
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Thus, then, the name is great.                      |
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Who, then, has been able to pronounce a name        |
for him, this great name, except him alone to       |
whom the name belongs and the sons of the name      |
in whom the name of the Father is at rest, and      |
who themselves in turn are at rest in his           |
name, since the Father has no beginning? It is      |
he alone who engendered it for himself as a         |
name in the beginning before he had created         |
the Aeons, that the name of the Father should       |
be over their heads as a lord - that is, the        |
real name, which is secure by his authority         |
and by his perfect power.                           |
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For the name is not drawn from lexicons nor is      |
his name derived from common name-giving, But       |
it is invisible.                                    |
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He gave a name to himself alone, because he         |
alone saw it and because he alone was capable       |
of giving himself a name.                           |
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For he who does not exist has no name.              |
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For what name would one give him who did not        |
exist? Nevertheless, he who exists also with        |
his name and he alone knows it, and to him          |
alone the Father gave a name.                       |
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The Son is his name.                                |
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He did not, therefore, keep it secretly             |
hidden, but the son came into existence.            |
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He himself gave a name to him.                      |
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The name, then, is that of the Father, just as      |
the name of the Father is the Son.                  |
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For otherwise, where would compassion find a        |
name - outside of the Father? But someone will      |
probably say to his companion, "Who would give      |
a name to someone who existed before himself,       |
as if, indeed, children did not receive their       |
name from one of those who gave them birth?"        |
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Above all, then, it is fitting for us to think      |
this point over: What is the name? It is the        |
real name.                                          |
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It is, indeed, the name which came from the         |
Father, for it is he who owns the name.             |
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He did not, you see, get the name on loan, as       |
in the case of others because of the form in        |
which each one of them is going to be created.      |
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This, then, is the authoritative name.              |
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There is no one else to whom he has given it.       |
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But it remained unnamed, unuttered, `till the       |
moment when he, who is perfect, pronounced it       |
himself; and it was he alone who was able to        |
pronounce his name and to see it.                   |
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When it pleased him, then, that his son should      |
be his pronounced name and when he gave this        |
name to him, he who has come from the depth         |
spoke of his secrets, because he knew that the      |
Father was absolute goodness.                       |
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For this reason, indeed, he sent this               |
particular one in order that he might speak         |
concerning the place and his place of rest          |
from which he had come forth, and that he           |
might glorify the Pleroma, the greatness of         |
his name and the sweetness of his Father.           |
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Each one will speak concerning the place from       |
which he has come forth, and to the region          |
from which he received his essential being, he      |
will hasten to return once again.                   |
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And he want from that place - the place where       |
he was - because he tasted of that place, as        |
he was nourished and grew.                          |
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And his own place of rest is his Pleroma.           |
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All the emanations from the Father, therefore,      |
are Pleromas, and all his emanations have           |
their roots in the one who caused them all to       |
grow from himself.                                  |
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He appointed a limit.                               |
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They, then, became manifest individually in         |
order that they might be in their own thought,      |
for that place to which they extend their           |
thoughts is their root, which lifts them            |
upward through all heights to the Father.           |
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They reach his head, which is rest for them,        |
and they remain there near to it so that they       |
say that they have participated in his face by      |
means of embraces.                                  |
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But these of this kind were not manifest,           |
because they have not risen above themselves.       |
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Neither have they been deprived of the glory        |
of the Father nor have they thought of him as       |
small, nor bitter, nor angry, but as                |
absolutely good, unperturbed, sweet, knowing        |
all the spaces before they came into existence      |
and having no need of instruction.                  |
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Such are they who possess from above something      |
of this immeasurable greatness, as they strain      |
towards that unique and perfect one who exists      |
there for them.                                     |
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And they do not go down to Hades.                   |
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They have neither envy nor moaning, nor is          |
death in them.                                      |
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But they rest in him who rests, without             |
wearying themselves or becoming involved in         |
the search for truth.                               |
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But, they, indeed, are the truth, and the           |
Father is in them, and they are in the Father,      |
since they are perfect, inseparable from him        |
who is truly good.                                  |
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They lack nothing in any way, but they are          |
given rest and are refreshed by the Spirit.         |
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And they listen to their root; they have            |
leisure for themselves, they in whom he will        |
find his root, and he will suffer no loss to        |
his soul.                                           |

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Such is the place of the blessed; this is           |
their place.                                        |
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As for the rest, then, may they know, in their      |
place, that it does not suit me, after having       |
been in the place of rest to say anything           |
more.                                               |
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But he is the one in whom I shall be in order       |
to devote myself, at all times, to the Father       |
of the All and the true brothers, those upon        |
whom the love of the Father is lavished, and        |
in whose midst nothing of him is lacking.           |
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It is they who manifest themselves truly since      |
they are in that true and eternal life and          |
speak of the perfect light filled with the          |
seed of the Father, and which is in his heart       |
and in the Pleroma, while his Spirit rejoices       |
in it and glorifies him in whom it was,             |
because the Father is good.                         |
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And his children are perfect and worthy of his      |
name, because he is the Father.                     |
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Children of this kind are those whom he loves.      |