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Sin for Salvation

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Warning: this book contains strong adult content. The ancient Gnostics proclaimed a message of "Sin for Salvation". How can sinning save your soul? Why is Gnosticism much psychologically healthier than the evil religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam? This book by the Pythagorean Illuminati, the most ancient secret society in the world, shows how humanity took a disastrous wrong turning when it embraced the doctrines of Abrahamism. Find out about the phenomena of the incubus, the succubus, St Vitus' Dance, St Anthony's Fire, the Flagellants and Witches' covens. Discover the ancient Greek religion of Orphism. Learn about the Greek gods Apollo and Dionysus and the Roman god Janus. How do they define the human soul? Is the Biblical Jezebel a heroine rather than villain? Read about Aleister Crowley and the Hell-Fire Club. The world of sin is not what you think. Sin opens the gateway to paradise, and if you are ignorant of sin you will never discover what lies beyond... More > the gates of eternity.< Less
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ISBN
9781447890669
Published
February 8, 2013
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
153.94 KB

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