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Gnosis was never really “founded,” per se, but forged over time among a group of people who became friends talking over code.
Gnosis now understands how a large website such as Gawker functions.
Nobody else should feel too threatened that Gnosis is out digging around.
“We try to keep our ears open,” said one of the Gnosis members.
Another one of the hackers shared some of the backgrounds of Gnosis group members.
From Gnossus, whence the Greeks drew all their laws and science, came probably the Greek word gnosis, meaning knowledge.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
He evidently feels in a position to give his gnosis with some claim to a deferential hearing.
The Gnosis of which they profess themselves adherents is a personification, the on and mediator “knowledge of life” (see below).
The Gnosis is formally a philosophy of revelation, that is a Scripture theology,700 and materially a cosmological speculation.
This also applies to Origen's Christian Gnosis or scientific dogmatic, which is simply the metaphysics of the age.