Yaldabaoth

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Saklas - Gnosticism - Yaldabaoth - Names
... The most probable derivation of the name “Yaldabaoth” was that given by Johann Karl Ludwig Gieseler, “Son of Chaos,” from Hebrew yalda bahut, ילדא בהות ...
Ophites - Irenaeus - Redemption
... help, announced his advent by John, prepared the baptism of repentance, and by means of her son, Yaldabaoth, got ready a woman to receive the annunciation from Christ, in order that when he came ... Then Yaldabaoth and the other princes of the Hebdomad, being angry, sought to have Jesus crucified, but Christ and Sophia did not share his passion ... The story proceeds to tell that Christ, sitting on the right hand of the father Yaldabaoth, without his knowledge enriches himself with the souls of those who ...
Archon - Gnosticism - Hebdomad
31 a nearly identical list is given in On the Origin of the World) Yaldabaoth, called also Saklas and Samael Saturn ... or Audacity, is the obvious description of Yaldabaoth, the presumptuous Demiurge, who is lion-faced as the Archon Authadia ... the Bel of Nippur, the ancient god of Babylonia) Yaldabaoth (or no ...
Apocryphon Of John - Overview
... Then Yaldabaoth who is also called Samael and Saklas, said “let us make man in our image” (151-2) ... Although Adam had a body, Yaldabaoth could not get him to move ... the spark that was lost, came down from the pleroma and tricked Yaldabaoth to give his portion of the spark (which was in him because he was created from ...
Thesmothete - Gnosticism - Hebdomad
... list is given in On the Origin of the World) Yaldabaoth, called also Saklas and Samael Saturn ... Authadia (Authades), or Audacity, is the obvious description of Yaldabaoth, the presumptuous Demiurge, who is lion-faced as the Archon Authadia ... connected with En-lil, the Bel of Nippur, the ancient god of Babylonia) Yaldabaoth (or no ...