Immodesty and Gnosticism

“Nakedness as a sign of the restored freedom, of the paradisaical innocence of Adam, was also practiced at a later date over and again in gnostic and gnosticizing movements…”

This promotion of immodesty and nudity is not just a popular movement in 20th century. We also have another plank in the development of the Renaissance as an occultic/gnostic phenomenon as is evidenced in the promotion of nude paintings and statues beginning in the Renaissance.

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