- n. Plural form of syzygy.
“(known as syzygies) occured before or after solar maximum.”
“Valentinianism they form antithetic pairs or "syzygies" (syzygoi);”
“But it is not so with the “pororoca,” that species of eddy which for three days in the height of the syzygies raises the waters of the”
“Sophia produces the world by a successive evolution of syzygies, the female in each case preceding the male but being finally overcome by him.”
“In the Valentinian syzygies and in the Marcosian system we meet in the fourth”
“Greek soil, Gnosticism, slightly changing its barbarous and Seminitic terminology and giving its "emanatons" and "syzygies" Greek names, sounded somewhat like neo-Platonism, thought it was strongly repudiated by Plotinus.”
“The more fantastic elements and elaborate genealogies and syzygies of æons of the later Gnosis are still absent in these systems.”
“The metaphysical relation between these two gods troubled Marcion little; of divine emanation, aeons, syzygies, eternally opposed principles of good and evil, he knows nothing.”
“The first series of beings, the aeons, were thirty in number, representing fifteen syzygies or pairs sexually complementary.”
“The syzygies are characteristic of the Valentinian teaching, and the symbolism of marriage plays an important part in the “system” of all the Valentinians.”
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