The Gnostic Association

-- City of New York



Gnostic Art

The purpose of Art is the search for beauty in its different manifestations.

Art is the faithful witness of that great human work known as culture.

Gnosis has been always present in all the great works of universal literature, in the production of the geniuses of music, painting, sculpture, and architecture.

There are two kinds of Art:  first, subjective art, which leads nowhere; secondly, nature’s regal art, transcendental art founded on the Law of Seven.  Obviously, such art contains cosmic truths in itself. 

Below we find five examples of Objective Art, Gnostic Art.  You are welcome to click on any of the images for further insight discussion.

We find Gnostic art in all archaic pieces in the pyramids and in all the old obelisks of the Egypt of ancient pharaohs, in ancient Mexico, among the Mayas, in the archaeological relics of the Aztecs, Zapotecs, Toltecs, etc., in the hieroglyphs and in all the bas-reliefs of ancient Egypt; in the paintings and sculptures of Michaelangelo, in the Gioconda of Leonardo Da Vinci, in the music of Beethoven, Mozart, Liszt, Wagner; in all works of Universal Literature such as Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, Dante's Divine Comedy, and much more.

In this segment of our web site we shall give you as many and varied examples of Gnostic Art (Objective Art) possible.


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