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Re: The Secret Scroll

I thought  it was a fact that at one of the early councils , Gnosticism was 
banned or discredited by the Church and that was why so little is known 
about it. It seems to have reappeared in the last forty years.
Jean Sinclair Stokes.

>very well researched. It's clear that the Sinclairs had
>a tremendous amount to do with the nurturing of Eastern
>mysticism and Gnosticsm during and after the Crusades,
>in Scotland. So the thesis that Freemasonry developed
>from these roots, now has more support.
>I wonder also,if the 13th-15th C Scottish Catholic church had much
>to say about the  Sinclairs, in that they appeared to toe two lines, both
>Catholicism as well as Gnosticsm. Perhaps if the Church was anti-gnostic
>- then this is the reason for it's going underground and then later surfacing
>as Freemasonry.

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