Re: Gnosticism in Glorantha

From: aysezz <Aysez_at_wVRs3kn78IT9XdF8YMTyzKBsDwnXD4sQBVipRaJuDco_1ZlPGZnmaxioFRPihc2QmF7bs1>
Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2008 06:09:07 -0000

> Depends how 'akin' you want it to be. In some respects, mainstream
> Malkionism is closer to gnosticism than it is to mainstream
> Christianity. Then the Carmanians have that whole dualistic thing
> going, including a demiurge absent from most forms of Malkionism. The
> most gnostic sect I can think of off-hand are the Perfecti of Third
> Age Loskalm, but little canonical has been published about them yet.
> (They'll probably be in HoM3, when I get around to it, but that's
> years off).
> --
> Trotsky
> Gamer and Skeptic

Well, she's going for the whole people are divine beings trapped in an illusionary prison. Through proper introspection, you can overcome this, and release your true divinity. Anything close to that, or am I on my own?

Also, why must you taunt me with books that aren't out yet? :)


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