PhilDickian Gnosticism – The Gnosis of Philip K. Dick in The Exegesis of 2-3-74

2-3-74 PKD = V.A.L.I.S.

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  1. You write in the sidebar promo above right that „He [Philip K. Dick] is considered as the greatest scholar within a neognostic school.” My question is: WHO considers him this? What is your source for this information? Thank you for your time and answer.

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    1. At the moment i could find only one direct quote from Forbidden Faith: The Secret History of Gnosticism by Richard Smoley on page 206 of polish translation. But I could bet that many others would agree, like Miguel Conner from Aeon Bytes, Eric Davies etc. ofcourse i mean scholars active after born of new gnosis at 2-3-74

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      1. So, what is this “one direct quote from Forbidden Faith: The Secret History of Gnosticism?” Is it the same as that written in the pull quote I cited?? Facts are far more important to provide relevant support for claims that big generalizations supported by a bunch of little generalizations.

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      2. My reply should read: “…provide relevant support for claims THAN big generalizations…” Doing proof-reading and copy-editing is also important.

        I know what You mean, but I think one of Dick messagges where “Truth is objective”

        How to prove that Bethoven was greatest musician? Other can say it was a Mozart, it is just my opinion and other neognostics. Unfortunetly i dont have my library at my new place, so cant give direct quotes. I am not one to decide who is who, i can speak in my opinion or orhwr neognostics i know. Thank You for comments. Love

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