In 1945 in Egypt, a discovery was made at a place called Nag Hammadi of earthen jars with 50 texts in them and they have since become known as the Nag Hammadi Texts.
If one hasn’t heard of the Nag Hammadi Texts, it’s not surprising for the information that it contains knocks the official doctrine for six, and over time, I think the Nag Hammadi texts will come to be known as one of the most significant finds of human history.
The Discovery Of The Nag Hammadi Library
Like most things form a different era, the language can be a bit hard to fathom, though I have found that reading David Ickes latest book, in which he has a whole chapter explaining what the Nag Hammadi texts truly are, that it begins to make a lot more sense.
If you do buy the book and only read the first 2 chapters, one will come to have a better understanding of how our reality truly works and how we interact with it, for we are merely decoding information, and come to have a better understanding of why the society that we know is structured the way that it is, and it’s not for the benefit of the man in the street.
Though I’ve known about them for a while, learning more about the Nag Hammadi Texts has made me want to know more about them, for the implications of them has the potential to flip our world view back upright from the inverted state that it is currently in