Guest Posted April 4, 2022 Share Posted April 4, 2022 Norea .... Who is that? In some of the articles you will see that the text is aimed at a being called Norea .... so a quick post about Norea There are of course different views and any search will give you those for you to decide upon .... here is one .... Norea is the virgin, the self-possessed one who, inheriting the experiences and insight of her mother, cannot be defiled and possessed by the rulers. Norea is the one who wields the same fiery breath as Life in Eleleth’s teaching tale—a fiery breath that for Life binds Yaldabaoth. For Norea, this breath is an affirmation of her own life in the face of Noah’s refusal. It is this same fiery breath that causes the rulers to desire her, but it is Norea who, in many ways, binds the rulers in their own world as she embodies the hard-won knowledge of her mother and refuses to play a role in the rulers’ ongoing cycle of violence: Norea binds the rulers as she names and exposes them for who they are. Norea binds them as she says no to their violence, as she says no to her own violation and enslavement. It is Norea who stops the rulers as she, faced with the imminent threat of violence, dares to cry out with her power and ask God for help—Norea, who refuses to be silent, whose “I” is unafraid to ask questions, for she knows there are answers that others need to hear. Norea is the embodiment of her mother’s legacy. As the spiritual Eve embodies and imbues Adam with the qualities of the divine realm, Norea embodies and imbues the qualities that the divine desires for humanity as a whole. She extends the insight of both the spiritual and material Eves, seeing the rulers for who they are and naming them as such. She refuses to participate in their cycle of violence; she refuses to be their slave—and she breaks the intergenerational violence the rulers attempt to foist upon her. In these ways, Norea refuses humanity’s accommodation to the rulers, whose actions are always ultimately destructive; she refuses to be a part of the enslavement and imprisonment that mark humanity in the world under the rulers and refuses it in the reality of her life as well. She continues to bear the insight of the fruit her parents ate from the tree. https://thegodabovegod.com/the-most-rem ... ligions-2/ On that page is more information if you wish? To my mind ....... Norea is you! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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