The IAYAAVERSE

012 - The Thunder, Perfect Mind

June 18, 2020 IAYAALIS Kali-Ma'at Eloai Season 1 Episode 12
The IAYAAVERSE
012 - The Thunder, Perfect Mind
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The IAYAAVERSE
012 - The Thunder, Perfect Mind
Jun 18, 2020 Season 1 Episode 12
IAYAALIS Kali-Ma'at Eloai

So.... Yes!
Admittedly, and un-apologetically, I took a lil' breather
(((LMmfAO)))
But I'm back.
;)

Miss Me...?
Well, I hope so - I missed, y'all...!
And, of course, I come bearing gifts.
Therefore, I lovingly present the meditative gorgeousness and glamour of:
The Thunder, Perfect Mind

* Supernal Love & Light *

- IAYAALIS Kali-Ma'at Eloai



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Thunder,_Perfect_Mind

"Thunder, Perfect Mind exists only in the Coptic version found at Nag Hammadi. The author, date, and place of composition are unknown..." - Anne McGuire

The work as a whole takes the form of a poem in parallel strophes, and the author, it may be surmised, has drawn on a tradition of such poems in both Egyptian and Jewish communities, in which a similarly female divinity (Isis/Auset or aspect of the divine Sophia respectively) expounds her virtues unto an attentive audience, and exhorts them to strive to attain her. Patricia Cox Miller suggests that it is the "self-revelation of a powerful goddess"


https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/religion/maps/primary/thunder.html

This mysterious poem, discovered among the Gnostic manuscripts at Nag Hammadi, is narrated by a female divine revealer.

 

Support the show (https://pod.fan/iayaalis)

Show Notes

So.... Yes!
Admittedly, and un-apologetically, I took a lil' breather
(((LMmfAO)))
But I'm back.
;)

Miss Me...?
Well, I hope so - I missed, y'all...!
And, of course, I come bearing gifts.
Therefore, I lovingly present the meditative gorgeousness and glamour of:
The Thunder, Perfect Mind

* Supernal Love & Light *

- IAYAALIS Kali-Ma'at Eloai



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Thunder,_Perfect_Mind

"Thunder, Perfect Mind exists only in the Coptic version found at Nag Hammadi. The author, date, and place of composition are unknown..." - Anne McGuire

The work as a whole takes the form of a poem in parallel strophes, and the author, it may be surmised, has drawn on a tradition of such poems in both Egyptian and Jewish communities, in which a similarly female divinity (Isis/Auset or aspect of the divine Sophia respectively) expounds her virtues unto an attentive audience, and exhorts them to strive to attain her. Patricia Cox Miller suggests that it is the "self-revelation of a powerful goddess"


https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/religion/maps/primary/thunder.html

This mysterious poem, discovered among the Gnostic manuscripts at Nag Hammadi, is narrated by a female divine revealer.

 

Support the show (https://pod.fan/iayaalis)