September 1, 2015 Ines Radman aeon sophia, Gaia Sophia, luciferlucifer, new age lucifer
Welcome to the investigation of an implex.
In this first installment of the three-part series on Lucifer/Sophia, I cover references to the “fallen angel” motif universally applied to Lucifer, and show how they actually describe the Aeon Sophia, the Pleromic goddess who fell from the heights of heaven (galactic center), according to the Gnostic star myth, the Fallen Goddess Scenario (FGS).
I first encountered the word “implex” in Hamlet’s Mill by Santillana and von Dechend, in reference to certain astronomical motifs found in the lore of sidereal mythology, i.e., myth and legend associated with the starry constellations and individual stars. I understand it to be an adjective, “The story is implex,” as well as a noun, “The figure of Lucifer presents an implex of uncertain, diverse, and conflicting components.”
Read more: http://www.metahistory.org/GAIA%20SOPHIA/SophiaLucifer1.php
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