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Boris Mouravieff And Gnosis
On this basis, he formed the 'Centre d'Etudes chretiennes esoteriques' in Geneva - now closed.
Many of his discoveries are described in his book Gnosis, which contains in its three volumes the fundamental components of that Christian esoteric teaching revealed by Ouspensky in fragmentary form.
This Gnosis is not a modern statement of the second century texts known as 'Gnosticism', but a previously unpublished ancient Christian knowledge tradition.
Boris Mouravieff taught Eastern Esoterism at Geneva University for many years, and Gnosis is the result of his teaching.
Gnosis does more than simply explore the mysterious relation between the ‘Fourth Way' and the little known ‘Royal Way’ of Eastern Orthodoxy; it forms a modern primer in the knowledge tradition of the early church, and gives practical instruction in methods of spirituality for serious seekers.
These three books agree to a high degree with the teachings of the early fathers of the church, as well as with the inner teachings of all religions.
Available in English after thirty years, Volume III of Boris Mouravieff’s Gnosis contains ancient keys to a tradition of Christian esotericism that was necessarily hermetized 1800 years ago and has since remained unpublished, surviving to the present only in unwritten form.