#41: The Cosmic Joke
"No more sacred civilizations, Monsieur. They are too delicate and
too costly. Besides priests are no more trustworthy than anyone
- Eglantin L'Audace, from The Order of the Twelfth Apostle
News & Notes
Including the Fortean UnConvention, a trip to the roots of Kabbalah, and an encounter with sacred music in Morocco.
An Initial Encounter with Ramtha
by J. Gordon Melton
Wherein a noted scholar makes the acquaintance of a 35,000-year-old founder of a Gnostic school.
The Distorted Enneagram: The GNOSIS Interview with Claudio Naranjo
by OM C. Parkin and Boris Fittkau
Claudio Naranjo, one of the seminal figures in the enneagram of personality types, has harsh words for what it has become.
After the Deluge
by Paul Hurley
How a cabin, a flood, and the Fool card converged to transform a life.
The Great Cosmic Fairy Tale
by Mary Devlin
Is Oz's Yellow Brick Road an allegory for the soul's way home?
by Sandra Tsing Loh
Can you be a Christian and still hate "Godspell"?
AGNOSIS: Special humor supplement
Inside back cover:
by Justin Green
The Beatles: A New Translation
by Francis DiMenno
A new rendition of the much-revered texts to commemorate the Beatles millennium.
The Order of the Twelfth Apostle
by Eglantin L'Audace
A tale of how a secret society altered the spiritual destiny of the human race.
The Cigars of Paradise
by Mack White
The Leap of Faith
by Harry S. Robins
Easter Bunny, P.I.
by Gus Murphy