Jun 27, 2016 · It’s no secret knowledge that one of this site’s inspirations in all its heresy is Philip K. Dick. More than a decade ago, while plowing through my first copy of the Nag Hammadi library, I was affected but puzzled by the contraband message of the ancient Gnostics.
Valis (stylized as VALIS) is a 1981 science fantasy novel by American writer Philip K. Dick.The title is an acronym for Vast Active Living Intelligence System, Dick's gnostic vision of one aspect of God.. It is the first book in the incomplete VALIS trilogy of novels, followed by The Divine Invasion (1981). The planned third novel, The Owl in Daylight, had not yet taken definite shape at the Author: Philip K. Dick.
May 22, 2012 · This is the second in a three-part series.. Part 2: Future Gnostic. In the previous post, we looked at the consequences and possible philosophic import of the events of February and March of 1974 (also known as 2-3-74) in the life and work of Philip K. Dick, a period in which a dose of sodium pentathol, a light-emitting fish pendant and decades of fiction writing and quasi-philosophic activity.
Jul 09, 2019 · Gnosis is the solution to these Gnostic times, the Gnostic nightmare, a Philip K. Dick world, or whatever you want to call this divine invasion by Archons. And a potent, modern-friendly Gnosis percolated into the world in the early 70s with psychonauts like Dick and continues bubbling today among fringe groups (for better or worse, but always.