Definition of Archontic. Meaning of Archontic. Synonyms of Archontic

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Definition of Archontic

Archontic
Archon Ar"chon, n. [L. archon, Gr. ?, ?, ruler, chief magistrate, p. pr. of ? to be first, to rule.] (Antiq.) One of the chief magistrates in ancient Athens, especially, by pre["e]minence, the first of the nine chief magistrates. -- Ar*chon"tic, a.

Meaning of Archontic from wikipedia

- The Archontics, or Archontici, were a Gnostic sect that existed in Palestine and Armenia, who arose towards the close of the 2nd century CE. They were...
- where freedom of speech is ended. Icke believes that the only way this "Archontic" influence can be defeated is if people wake up to the truth and fill...
- the embodiment of evil in the corresponding belief-system. Among the Archontics, Ophites, Sethians and in the writings of Nag Hammadi library, the archons...
- Sethianism fragmented into various sectarian Gnostic groups such as the Archontics, Audians, Borborites, and Phibionites, and perhaps Stratiotici, and Secundians...
- 2008. Cowan, Tommy P. (2018). "What Most People Would Call Evil: The Archontic Spirituality of William S. Burroughs". La Rosa di Paracelso: Rivista di...
- Sethianism fragmented into various sectarian Gnostic groups, like the Archontics, Audians, Borborites, and Phibionites. Some of these groups existed into...
- 1993) Cowan, Tommy P (2018). "What Most People Would Call Evil: The Archontic Spirituality of William S. Burroughs". La Rosa di Paracelso: Rivista di...
- only adapted to Mani's story of the cosmos. The fallen angels are here archontic demons escaped from their prisons in the sky, where they were placed when...
- material is a mythological narrative regarding the origin and nature of the archontic powers peopling the heavens between Earth and the Ogdoad, and how the...
- Plotinus's circle belonged rather to the older group called Sethians or Archontics, related to the Ophites or Barbelognostics: they probably called themselves...
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