AD 1 to 500

Patonism, Pythagoras, History of Mysterry Religions

Apollonius of Tyana

Meditations Marcus Aurelius

17.42 Throw away your books

11. -22.47 You can leave life right no let that determine what you do and say and think. If the Gods exist then to abandon human beings is not frighting? the gods would never subject you to harm, and if they dont exist and dont care what happens to you what would be the point f living in a world without gods or providence 20.04 neither good nor bad

Confession - Mithra

542 MORALS AND DOGMA.

Constantine

SEPHER YETZIRAH

SEPHER YETZIRAH OR  THE BOOK OF CREATION
Ten are the numbers, as are the Sephiroth, and twenty-two the letters, these are the Foundation of all things. Of these letters, three are mothers, seven are double, and twelve are simple.
 Ten are the numbers of the ineffable Sephiroth, ten and not nine, ten and not eleven. Learn this wisdom, and be wise in the understanding of it, investigate these numbers, and draw knowledge from them, fix the design in its purity, and pass from it to its Creator seated on his throne.
The three mother letters A, M, SH are the foundations of the whole; and resemble a Balance, the good in one scale, the evil in the other, and the oscillating tongue of the Balance between them.

 

Kabbalah , Chaos and Evil

Confessions, Augustine of Hippo

“And men go abroad to admire the heights of mountains, the mighty waves of the sea, the broad tides of rivers, the compass of the ocean, and the circuits of the stars, yet pass over the mystery of themselves without a thought.” 

“What does love look like? It has the hands to help others. It has the feet to hasten to the poor and needy. It has eyes to see misery and want. It has the ears to hear the sighs and sorrows of men. That is what love looks like.” 

 

Confessions, an autobiographical work, consisting of 13 books, by St. Augustine of Hippo, written in Latin between AD 397 and 400. The work outlines St. Augustine's sinful youth and his conversion to Christianity

Life of Saint Issa , Nicolas Notovitch

Notovitch claimed that the chief lama at Hemis told him of the existence of the work, which was read to him, through an interpreter, the somewhat detached verses of the Tibetan version of the "Life of Issa," which was said to have been translated from the Pali. Notovitch says that he himself afterward grouped the verses "in accordance with the requirements of the narrative." As published by Notovitch, the work consists of 244 short paragraphs, arranged in fourteen chapters.

The Sophia of Jesus Christ

The Savior said to them: "I want you to know that all men are born on earth from the foundation of the world until now, being dust, while they have inquired about God, who he is and what he is like, have not found him. Now the wisest among them have speculated from the ordering of the world and (its) movement. But their speculation has not reached the truth.
The Nag Hammadi Library

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