Gnostic Ontology

Gnostic Ontology by Oscar Uzcategui

Title: Gnostic Ontology
Author: Oscar Uzcategui
ISBN10: 9738876788
ISBN13: 978-9738876781
Publisher: Papyrus Print (October 15, 2008)
Language: English
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Pages: 304 pages
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The book Gnostic Ontology appears before the solemn verdict of the public conscience at a crucial moment, when humanity debates, today more than ever, the dilemma of 'To be or not to be'.

Unquestionably, the studies that have always affirmed that Gnosis appears when humanity experiences a lack of personal identity and suffers complete bankruptcy of ethical and philosophical principles were not wrong.

The questions that are put to the Gnostic interlocutor in these pages, receive very clear answers from the philosophical, ethical, moral, social and spiritual points of view.

The dialog presented by the author of this work, Óscar Uzcategui, allows us to get into the most incisive questions which normally come to our minds in front of the avalanche of phenomena and events which bombard us constantly. Gnostic Ontology responds, in this way, to all the questions that normally rise when the human being wants to live life in agreement with the transcendent principles of the great religions that spread across the five continents of our world.

This book fulfils an important mission among the Gnostic students because it impartially approaches all the inquietudes of the lovers of the truth, answering in a categorical manner to a variety of enigmas that the multiple religious and philosophical paths of our days prefer to hide, or to transform into dogmas of faith.

It is being written that the secret thread that stays at the basis of all religions was, is and will be the Gnosis, and only through this enigmatic thread it would be possible to explain to the human being the real motive of the theological religare. We wish for our readers the blessings of the Great Kabir of all times, the same ones that could be very well synthesized in one: 'Blessed be the hungry (of wisdom) because they will be satiated.'