Basilides


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Basilides

(bəsĭl`ĭdēz), fl. 120–145, Gnostic teacher of Alexandria. He wrote Exegitica (his personal gospel with 24 books of commentary) and poems. He claimed to possess a secret tradition handed down from St. Peter and St. Matthias. The Basilidean sect of GnosticismGnosticism
, dualistic religious and philosophical movement of the late Hellenistic and early Christian eras. The term designates a wide assortment of sects, numerous by the 2d cent. A.D.
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 attracted many followers.
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And formerly at Erithria, during the oligarchy of the Basilides, although the state flourished greatly under their excellent management, yet because the people were displeased that the power should be in the hands of so few, they changed the government.
Their histories count a hundred and sixty-two reigns, from Cham to Faciladas or Basilides; among which some women are remarkably celebrated.
La doctrina de los 365 cielos de un gnostico del siglo segundo llamado Basilides, que la habia anunciado para manifestar su repudio frente a este mundo degradado, se convierte en paradigma de produccion literaria para estos casi "extra-terrestres" de Uqbar, como habia ocurrido antes a proposito de los 999 cielos de Hakim.
Se diferencia de Basilides, a quien le atribuye afirmar que el elegido conoce a Dios por naturaleza [Texto irreproducible] (37), pues el gnostico considera que la inteligencia esta proxima a la fe y a la creacion de lo bueno, en tanto entiende la fe como una esencia [Texto irreproducible] y no como una posibilidad.
Gina Basilides, Roces High's SHS adviser, said the school was not concerned about the students' decision, especially since the tech-voc program does not push graduates to immediately seek employment after high school.
(12) Though it is still questioned if Basilides was a Gnostic, see Winrich A.
(17) According to Scholem, the imagery of second century C.E., Gnostic mystic, Basilides, may have had an indirect impact on Luria's own cosmology.
(9) Pessoa defined himself as "Christao gnostico" ("Gnostic Christian") (Eu sou uma antologia 655); while Borges included Gnostic elements in the essays "Una vindicacion del falso Basilides" and "Tres versiones de Judas."
y Penicillum sp., cuyos agentes vectores son los acaros de la inflorescencia, ademas mencionan a la abeja Trigona spinipes (Fabricius), la "broca de la pina" Techla basilides (Geyer) (Lep., Lycaenidae) y la "cochinilla de la pina" Dysmicoccus brevipes (Cockerell) (Hom., Pseudococcidae), que son especies de amplia distribucion en America del Sur.