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Jules-Benoît Stanislas Doinel du Val-Michel (December 8, , Moulins, Allier – March 16 or 17, ), also simply Jules Doinel, was an archivist and the. The theology of Doinel’s Gnostic (Neo-Albigensian) Church was based on a study of early Gnosticism, primarily that of Simon Magus and. Jules-Benoît Stanislas Doinel du Val-Michel (December 8, , Moulins, Allier — March 16 or 17, ), also simply Jules Doinel, was the founder of the.

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Bricaud also published a “Gnostic Catechism” in There followed an interregnum, during which practically nothing is known, until the elevation to the Patriarchate of of Basilide P.

Fabre des Essarts’ interest in Occultism apparently did not juled “Martinism”, because it is known that he never was, at any given time, a member of Papus’ “Ordre Martiniste”. College of Metropolitans Churches. Generally it is assumed that ‘Basilides’ is Paul Genty. After he and his spouse of the time Nina Cassian rallied with the left-wing literary circle Orizont during the late s, Ddoinel started his career as a communist and socialist realist writer.

The doctrinal orientation of the church was based on extant Cathar documents, with the Gospel of John, and strong influence of Simonian and Valentinian cosmologythe church was officially established in the autumn of in Paris, France.

All matter is evil, and the non-material, spirit-realm is good. New light on the ancient tradition of inner knowing.

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The doctrinal orientation of the church was based on extant Cathar documents, with the Gospel of John, and strong influence of Simonian and Valentinian cosmologythe church was officially established in the autumn of doijel Paris, France.

The Gnostic Church was officially connected to Papus’ Martinist Order, one of the organizations under Papus’ leadership.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. These practises were doinell accepted within the Occult movement of the day. Above all, it is important to clearly establish in which quality I am among all of you.

Richard which took place on March 1st, Inthe school The Valentinians claim succession from Paul’s disciple Theudas sometimes referred to as Theodotus to the sect’s founder Valentinus” Source: Both men converted to Roman Catholicism and in Huysmans describes Doinel in a private correspondence as “a very educated and intelligent man” who had finally devoted his life to ‘God’.

The Gnostics of Prague were not necessarily part of the Martinists and probably did not even belong to the French movement. Doinel’s contribution to the Cathar-hype at that time was the “legend of the first Gnostic Mass which was held at the parade-ground of the castle of Montsegur”, thus Doinel.

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This page was last edited on 18 Octoberat Doinel emphasized the fallen state of matter in the rituals of the Church, its opposite state being the higher perfect order of the Pleroma. Member feedback about Gnosticism: With regard to the general idea of a Church as an institution, it is generally accepted that Bricaud “created” the idea of Carmelite- and Johannite “churches”. Views Read Edit View history. The Gnostic Church of France of was known under various titles and apparently changed its name several times: Geo Bogza Romanian pronunciation: Gnosticism in modern times topic Gnosticism in modern times includes a variety of contemporary religious movements, stemming from Gnostic ideas and systems from ancient Roman society.

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In the beginning of the 20th century the Church also included a ‘Inner circle”, an ‘ Esoteric Section ‘ reserved exclusively for the Clergy. Both men worked on the completion of the “ritual s and ideologic patrimony of the renewed Christian gnosis”.

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Koenig relates that Peithmann’s Gnostic Church of Eleusis was dedicated to the “transformation of sexual energy” and the “liberation of the seed from servitude”. The names were later checked against records from the National Library and were proven to be accurate.

And the Three are but One: She was married to the English Lord Caithness. Jogand-Pageswho had started the notorious offensive against Freemasonry and “other similar organizations” in the ‘s.

He worked in many art