Pistis Sophia (Koine Greek: Πίστις Σοφία) is a gnostic text discovered in 1773, possibly written between the 3rd and 4th centuries AD. The existing manuscript, which some scholars place in the late 4th century,  relates one Gnostic group’s teachings of the transfigured Jesus to the assembled disciples (including his mother Mary , Mary Magdalene , and Martha ).
Pistis Sophia: The Books of the Savior Archive | Library | Bookstore | Index | Web Lectures | Ecclesia Gnostica | Gnostic Society. Texts from the Askew Codex. The Askew codex was bought by the British Museum in 1795, having been previously acquired by a Dr. Askew from an unknown source.
Jun 27, 2016 · Pistis Sophia Translated by G. R. S. Mead http://www.gnosis.org/naghamm/nhl.html The Nag Hammadi Library, a collection of thirteen ancient books (called “codices
Autor: Spoken Scriptures
pistis sophia; a gnostic miscellany: being for the most part extracts from the books of the saviour, to which are added excerpts from a cognate literature; englished
The Pistis Sophia is preserved in the Codex Askewianus and has been known to scholars for nearly two centuries. Jack Finegan writes ( Hidden Records of the Life of Jesus , p. 298), “The text of Codex Askewianus is divided into four sections.”
PISTIS SOPHIA CHAPTER 1. 1. Jesus hitherto instructeth his disciples only up to the regions of the First Mystery.
The book of Pistis Sophia reveals in its dialogue the true relationship between Jesus and Mary Magdalene. It portrays a deep spiritual relationship between the two, which is different from that suggested in Dan Brown’s best-selling novel The Da Vinci Code, but is revealed in the Pistis Sophia.
The Pistis Sopha is a startling blend of primitive Christianity and Hellenic Paganism, with other elements such as reincarnation, Astrology, Mystery religion and Hermetic magic. The Goddess makes an appearance in the guise of Sophia, a fallen angel.
Pistis Sophia is a book that the religious Jesuits tried to destroy but the Gnostics and the Cathars’ beliefs and teachings became revealed for all the truth seekers to delve into and be truly free. Don’t be afraid of this book if you truly love Yahshua Messiah.
In recent years some authors have attempted to interpret the text, such as Jan van Rijckenborgh, with his book Les mystÃ¨res gnostiques de la Pistis Sophia; J.J. Hurtak and his wife Desiree Hurtak; and Samael Aun Weor, a self-proclaimed Gnostic master and supposed member of the Great White Fraternity, who wrote Pistis Sophia develada (“Pistis Sophia Unveiled”), explaining all of the text’s mysteries in terms of sexual magic.