Gnosticism and Transgenderism

Bisexuality and transgenderism clearly has roots in Platonism and world mythology, but it also is a component of certain gnostic sects: “Frequently bi-sexuality became something of an ideal for Gnosis; it is attributed among others to the highest being,”  Rudolph, Gnosis, 271. 

This is clearly a source for the bi-sexual baphomat that appears in the 19th century–the “god” of Satanism, gnosticism, and the postmodern world.

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