is the purpose of this Revelation-Text to Illustrate a right understanding of
the esoteric seeking-traditions and seeking-cultures of Spirituality (including
“original” Christianity) — and, that having been done, to then Illuminate the
Unique and Always Priorly Searchless “Radical” (or Always “At-the-Root”) Reality-Way
of Adidam, Which is the Reality-Way of Perfectly Non-Dualistic Transcendental
Spiritual, Intrinsically egoless, and Self-Evidently Divine Self-Realization.
The Gnosticon, and The Pneumaton comprehensively
cover the wisdom and practices associated with the
advanced stages of life (fourth through seventh stages):
its simplest sense, "The Aletheon" means "The Book of Truth",
and is a comprehensive description of the Divine Nature of Reality, the seventh
stage Way of Adidam, and Adi Da's Divine Incarnation here which (when He is recognized
as the Divine by Revelation) makes the seventh stage Way possible.
Gnosticon" means "The Book of Knowledge". In The Gnosticon,
Avatar Adi Da examines the Transcendentalist Teachings (Teachings about the nature
of Consciousness) of the Great Sages — associated
with the sixth stage of life — in light of
His own Revelation of the Transcendental Spiritual Reality-Way of Adidam.
Pneumaton" means "The Book of Spirit"
(or "Book Of The Divine Spirit-Breath"), examines the Teachings associated
with the fourth and fifth stages of life (particularly as exemplified by
the traditions of Christianity and Hinduism), in light of Adi Da's own Revelation
of the Transcendental Spiritual Reality-Way of Adidam. The Pneumaton includes
His rendering of the essential Spiritual import of the New Testament Gospels.
of The Pneumaton
is much talk today of ancient gnostic gospels, secret teachings, and the renewal
of a mystical form of Christianity that can answer people’s spiritual hunger beyond
all the unbelievable beliefs and social-control mechanisms of public ‘religion.’
Here, with The Pneumaton, we have what amounts to a modern gnostic gospel,
a re-telling and re-interpretation of the life of Jesus the Spirit-Baptizer —
presented as a principal aspect of Adi Da’s examination of the world’s mystical
traditions (both Western and Eastern) and his summary of his own Spiritual Way.
The result is a vision that is as radically critical of exoteric religion as it
is profoundly appreciative of what Adi Da calls the ‘mystical Ascent’ of Christian