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- she is occasionally referred to by the hebrew equivalent of achamōth (Ἀχαμώθ, hebrew חכמה chokhmah ) and as prunikos (Προύνικος).
- and repentance; but her premature offspring, sophia achamoth, is removed from the pleroma, and becomes the heroine of the rest of the drama.
- fiction works the hole in the zero and the time of achamoth to a historical novel kaspar's journey based on the medieval children's crusade. .
- the demiurge belongs to the second kind, as he was the offspring of a union of achamoth with matter and as achamoth herself was only the
- meant to represent an archetypal scene in the world of aeons, when the younger sophia, achamoth, is healed through the savior's instrumentation.
- of god, and been initiated into these mysteries by achamoth' herself (adv. haer. i. 6, 1 ), ordinary christians being branded as 'psychici.'
- she is occasionally referred to by the hebrew equivalent of achamoth (this is a feature of ptolemy 's version of the valentinian gnostic
- 83), from the fact that he found the name karpos hysterematos applied not only to the demiurge, but to his mother, sophia achamoth .
- the mother, sophia-achamoth, produced as a result of the complicated sequence of events which followed the fall of the higher sophia, and
- therefore, one is ultimately redeemed, through secret knowledge, to enter the pleroma of which the achamoth originally fell.